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We're going to walk through the technical process of hooking into Google Drive's API to source content on a website. We'll examine the step-by-step implementation, as well as how to utilize server-side caching to avoid the major pitfalls to avoid … The post Using Google Drive as a CMS appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Flyers are one of the best ways to promote brands and market products. Although, not everyone knows how to design effective flyers that work. These InDesign flyer templates can give you a fantastic head start. All flyers aren’t created equal, and they’re an area of design where creating something stylish and on-trend can really help […]
This week on the stream I looked at writing a browser-based game that is similar to the fantastic Steam game Slay the Spire. Slay the Spire is a fun roguelike deck-builder game where you fight increasingly difficult monsters as you climb the titular spires. I decided to build a clone of this game in...
It's easy to get lost in an ocean of fonts when you keep downloading and installing fonts on your computer. Let's face it, as a designer, you can't help but get new fonts at every chance you get. You'll never stop hoarding fonts and that's okay too. Because we all have the same addiction. There's […]
Demo content is probably one of the least talked about items in a designer's toolbox. Yet, it's also very useful. While we often see it as a means to populate... The post Start Fast with These Demo Content Generators appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
A few days ago, the big tech news was that Jack Dorsey was stepping down from his role as Twitter CEO to focus on Square, the payment processor he founded in 2009. Two days later, it was announced that Square will now rebrand under the umbrella of Block. Like Meta and Alphabet, Block is a […] The post Square Rebrands As Block first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
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This week's Designer News - No 604 - includes A Framework for Building Open Graph Images, uxbullshit, Image Optimisation: The Ultimate Guide, The State of Developer Ecosystem 2021, Project Hunt, Is It Time to Ditch the Design Grid?, Thinking About The Cut-Out Effect and much, much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 604 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Take a look at these 20 brilliant website designs using hexagons in their concepts! Don’t they look amazing, modern and even futuristic in some cases? If you’re tired of the rectangular layouts of usual website designs, then this list will surely give you a boost of inspiration and will make you think outside the box! […] The post 20 Brilliant Website Designs Using Hexagons appeared first on Line25.
The team at Adobe recently announced the availability of Adobe Developer App Builder, the unified third-party extensibility framework for integrating and creating custom experiences for Adobe applications. It is available for all Adobe Experience Manager customers and soon to be available for Adobe Commerce. Adobe Developer App Builder provides users with a more unified experience … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Adobe Developer App Builder now available; ReactOS 0.4.14 release; Progress announces Fiddler Everywhere 3.0 appeared first on SD Times.
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