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Creating a successful non-profit website, or fundraising for a worthy cause, isn't an easy task. Choosing an effective donation plugin is by far one of the most important decisions... The post 17 Top WordPress Donation Plugins in 2018 appeared first on Onextrapixel.
After years of innovation in both tools and processes, the struggle between design and development is still real. This article focuses on the best practices for improving the design to development processes and how cutting-edge solutions, such as UXPin powered by Merge technology, can help in facilitating the change.
Did you know that over 70% of marketers turn to influencers for promotions? It is because influencers are great for not only driving traffic and creating authentic content; it is also more effective for reaching the target market. Over time, the online audience has already developed a case of 'banner blindness.' So if you like...
Perception is everything. Part of that is influenced by behavior, plus our emotion. Significant studies have shown that color effects not just what we see. It is how we feel... The post Using Color Psychology for Better Website Results appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
This week's Designer News (N.421) includes Gestalt principles in UI design, Learn Bootstrap 4 Final for Free, a Web Typography Quiz, Browser-Based MS Paint, Free SVG Illustrations, Oh My Grids! and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 421 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Delightful design accents can be one of those things that creates an unexpected user experience that keeps visitors on your website. A trending technique that does exactly this is the use of liquid animation in web design. What's great about his trend is that you can use it in so many different ways to create […]
Designing the thumbnails and video titles is an important part of creating a professional YouTube channel. We're here to guide you through the design process by helping you pick the best YouTube font for your channel branding, as well as individual videos. In this post, we feature a collection of the best YouTube fonts you […]
In a post to his site Matthias Noback looks at an interesting idea when it comes to the structure of your code: the idea of negative architecture and making assumptions. In "Negative Architecture", Michael Feathers speaks about certain aspects of software architecture leading to some kind of negative architecture. Feathers mentions the IO Monad from Haskell (functional programming) as an example, but there are parallel examples in object-oriented programming. For example, by using layers and the dependency inversion principle you can "guarantee" that a certain class, in a certain layer (e.g. domain, application) won't do any IO - no talking to a database, no HTTP requests to some remote service, etc. [...] A negative architecture is what's "between the lines". You can look at all the code and describe a positive architecture for it, but given certain architecture or design rules, there's also the background; things we can be sure will never happen. He goes on to give a few examples of "negative architecture": "An object does nothing meaningful in its constructor" "An object doesn't also fetch dependencies statically if it also gets any number of dependencies injected" "If a class is not marked final, it has at least one subclass" "If a property is not marked "private", it's used by at least one subclass" "An abstract class won't use methods that aren't part of its published interface" "If an object has one public method, it won't have any public static methods" For each item in the list there's a summary (and sometimes code) included to help clarify the point.
A graphic designer would never say no to free Photoshop brushes. We've found some creative and professional Photoshop brushes you can add to your collection, free of charge. Having the right set of Photoshop brushes can be quite useful when working on many different types of design projects. Whether you're painting an illustration or drawing […]
We all need a little inspiration boost every once in a while. And, well, whatever your strategy to get your creative juices flowing might be, sometimes inspiration lies closer than you think. As close as your desktop even. Since more than nine years, we've been asking the design community to create monthly desktop wallpaper calendars. Wallpapers that are a bit more distinctive as what you'll usually find out there, bound to cater for a little in-between inspiration spark.
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