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Instagram has become the most popular social media platform. It is used by over a billion users, according to Statistics. This shows just how important of a platform it is for businesses. If you want to implement a successful social media marketing strategy, you cannot afford to overlook Instagram. Although Facebook and Twitter might be amazing...
The first question clients and stakeholders seek answers to with any digital product and/or service today -- and rightly so -- is how to establish an effective user experience. We, as designers, however, know that good design and a good user experience are rarely achieved by fixating on one discipline, but rather by adopting a multidisciplinary approach. At best, it's about finding a balance between UX, UI and interaction design, usability, accessibility, web performance (front end, back end, networking), service design and content strategy (i.e. writing copy).The post Getting Practical With Microcopy appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Why would we need to apply shadows to SVG? Shadows are a common design feature that can help elements, like icons, stand out. They could be persistent, or applied in different states (e.g. :hover, :focus, or :active) … The post Adding Shadows to SVG Icons With CSS and SVG Filters appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Knowing which room you're in enables various IoT applications — from turning on the light to changing TV channels. So, how can we detect the moment you and your phone are in the kitchen, or bedroom, or living room? With today's commodity hardware, there are a myriad of possibilities: One solution is to equip each room with a bluetooth device. Once your phone is within range of a bluetooth device, your phone will know which room it is, based on the bluetooth device.
Whenever you hear of "mobile navigation", what's the first thing that comes to mind? My guess would be the hamburger slide-out menu. This design pattern had been in use since the first responsive design days, and even though a lot has changed since then, this particular pattern has not. Why is that? How did we start using the top navigation with the hamburger menu in the first place? Is there a better alternative?
Love that website you see? Having fun with the links, the buttons, and the colors that mesmerize you? How about the typeface that makes it easy for you to read? That's all the work of web designers whose work brings you the slick websites you visit every day. How the website behaves, how it scrolls, The post Who Is a Web Designer: All You Need to Know appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
The past six months have been for the most part a tough experience for scores of people the world over, as the coronavirus has made its way around the globe. Countries closed off their borders, and many businesses closed down. Those that didn't shut their doors, asked their employees to work from home instead of...
We share the best free high-resolution Photoshop brush packs that are currently available in the design community. Top-up your designer toolbox! The post 40 Free High-Resolution Photoshop Brush Sets appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The Linux Foundation this week announced that Ent, an entity framework for the Go programming language that Facebook made available as an open-source project, is now being governed going forward under the auspices of the consortium. The Ent framework makes it easier for developers to build and maintain complex backend applications created using a codebase […] The post Linux Foundation to Govern Ent Framework for Building Complex Applications appeared first on Developer.com.
How many times have you walked into a project where the logo is a mess? Bitmap designs. Poor color choices. Lack of contrast. Inappropriate typography. A shape that doesn't work anywhere. Here’s how to fix a bad logo design. There are so many issues when it comes to bad logo design. And you'll know one […]
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