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This yeara??s Call for Code hackathon will focus on climate change and rally developers to come up with innovative solutions to one of humanitya??s biggest challenges. Call for Code was created by David Clark Cause in partnership with IBM. Other major partners include the UN Human Rights Office and the Linux Foundation. a??Technology is the... Read more » The post Call for Code 2022 rallies developers to come up with climate change solutions appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Minimalism is a timeless design style. It uses the least elements and places them strategically to express more with less. Usually, minimalism is considered to be easier than the maximalist design. This is because it looks far less complicated visually. However, that makes it all the more difficult to put across the brand’s message with […] The post Understanding Neo Minimalism in Graphic Design appeared first on Line25.
Big bold fonts help you craft titles and headings that grab attention from miles away. That's why they are commonly used in poster, banner, and billboard designs. If you're searching for a similar thick font to use in your designs, you're in luck. In this post, we present to your some of the best bold […]
This week's Designer News (No 491) includes Why We Prefer CSS Custom Properties to SASS Variables, Pickr Color Tool, How !important are we?, CSS Grid Generator, Why I'm Still Using jQuery in 2019, Unusual HTML Tags Worth Knowing and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 491 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
According to recent findings from FingerprintJS, a bug in Safari 15 has the potential to leak users' browsing activity, and reveal personal information attached to a Google account. The bug in question comes from Apple's implementation of the IndexedDB API.
Doesn't time fly? And don't ships sail? A year ago, we launched our Smashing Membership programme so that members of the Smashing readership could support us for a small amount of money (most people pay $5 or $9 a month, and can cancel at any time). In return get access to our ebooks, members-only webinars, discounts on printed books and conferences, and other benefits. We did this because we wanted to reduce advertising on the site; ad revenues were declining, and the tech-savvy Smashing audience was becoming increasingly aware of the security and privacy implications of ads.
Many websites today use some type of traditional Content Delivery Network (CDN), which means improvements in website load times, decreases in bandwidth, and better redundancy and security. But not everything is optimized, specifically when it comes to images, and image CDNs can help with that! Traditional vs. Image CDNs A traditional CDN treats images as […] The post Image CDNs: How Edge Computing Provides a Faster Low Code Image Solution first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
If you're looking to add unique elements to your Illustrator designs or want to spice up your projects, you're going to need a quality Illustrator brush pack. While Illustrator is... The post 18 Free High-Resolution Adobe Illustrator Brush Packs appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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