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It doesn’t matter whether you call it prototyping, design draft, mockup, or proposal. It’s the same topic. The customer wants to see what his digital product will look and work like as soon as possible. You’re no wizard, though. What now? Design Prototypes Always Require a Compromise. But Your Customer Doesn’t Know That... Us designers...
Generating charts, maps, analysis, and various infographics can take up a lot of your time. These amazing data visualization tools will help you ease your workflow by offering all the necessary elements that you need to rapidly and effortlessly create stunning visualizations in just a few steps. You don’t need any special technical abilities to generate […] The post 20 Awesome Data Visualization Tools appeared first on Line25.
Today’s companies are drowning in bits and bytes. According to Hubspot, the average enterprise manages 347.56 TB of data, while Splunk claims 55% of business data is unused. It’s obvious that organizations need to utilize data more effectively. When they do, they’re in a better position to enable effective value stream management. Both data and … continue reading The post Data improves value stream management appeared first on SD Times.
On the Laravel News site today there's a tutorial posted introducing you to TOML configuration, a new configuration file structure that's designed to be easy for humans to read and highly flexible (all while staying relatively simple). TOML is a configuration file format language that is intended to be minimal and easy to read. TOML stands for "Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language," which refers to the creator Tom Preston-Werner. [...] TOML aims to be a minimal configuration file format that's easy to read due to obvious semantics. TOML is designed to map unambiguously to a hash table. TOML should be easy to parse into data structures in a wide variety of languages. In order to work with it in PHP (since there is no native support) they show you how to install the yosymfony/toml package. The tutorial then walks you through an example TOML configuration file and what the result of using the package to parse it looks like. It then takes it a step further an converts one of the database configuration files for a Laravel application to the TOML format. It also shows the reverse - using the package to create a TOML file and the resulting output.
Today we’re bringing you a collection of some of the best Adobe XD UI kits and templates. With these templates, you can create more professional-looking designs using Adobe's stellar UX design tool. Adobe XD took everyone by surprise when it was released with a free plan. It wowed many user experience and user interface designers […]
Sara digs into a bug I happened to have mentioned back in 2012 where fluid type didn’t resize when the browser window resized. Back then, it affected Chrome 20 and Safari 6, but the bug still persists today in Safari … The post Working around the viewport-based fluid typography bug in Safari appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
You are probably swimming in a sea of data. Analytics, reports, metrics and data-based facts are the new norm, and people can't seem to get enough. But how do you design with data? How do you take something that can be complex, requiring explanation, and break it down into something smaller and digestible without ruining […]
The CSS Working Group Editor's Draft for [Selectors Level 4](https://drafts.csswg.org/selectors-4/) includes several pseudo-class selectors that already have proposal candidates in most modern browsers. This guide will cover ones that currently have the best support along with examples to demonstrate how you can start using them today!
In times where Facebook announces to track all web users whenever it can, it feels weird to work on disaster management tools. You may now ask why, but if you consider what data you work with in such a project, you're likely to be monitored because of a lot of keywords in there. And that's what bothers me most: that people who want to do good need to fear that they're under complete surveillance. I like Tor and secure VPNs more than ever for that reason. Speaking about web development, here's why using Tor or VPNs for testing performance is a great idea.The post Web Development Reading List #140: CSS-Only Dropdowns, Toggles And HTML Sliders appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Whether you are launching an innovative startup or starting a new business, knowing the right color dynamics on the behavior of your customers can boost the chances of success for your brand. Most clients believe that color is the main trigger when selecting a certain product or service. In this article, we will assist you...
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