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A placeholder image service is a quick and easy way to find images to insert into web projects so that a wireframe or prototype looks more real. It can help other people envision the project and help keep it moving forward. Most designers try to do everything they can to help a client or non-visual […]
Ghost buttons are amazing UI elements that have been increasing in popularity over the years. These are basically action buttons with transparent designs and are often bordered with a thin line that creates a simple shape, rectangular, circle, square, etc. Ghost buttons have lightweight designs. Also, they tend to be in contrast with other elements, […] The post Ghost Buttons: 20 Awesome Examples of an Emerging Web Design Trend appeared first on Line25.
Una is calling it the new responsive. A nod to the era we were most certainly in, the era of responsive design. Where responsive design was fluid grids, flexible media, and media queries, the new responsive is those things … The post Are we in a new era of web design? What do we call it? appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Instead of wasting your time with Candy Crush, or by going through irrelevant tweets, you could use your time on the train, the toilet, or in the boring team meeting to learn CSS or to refresh your knowledge. The Toolbox: Pivot of the Designer Existence If you read what I write now and then, you’ll...
Designing an amazing flyer is an effective way to get everyone excited about a party or an event. You can find a great flyer design to promote your next event from this collection of party and club flyer templates. You don't have to be a designer to make a professional looking party flyer (we’ve written […]
Some no-frills approaches to building websites require a developer to write every line of HTML by hand. On the other extreme, commercial no-code site builders create all of the HTML for the user automatically, often at the expense of readability in the resultant code. Templating is around the middle of that spectrum, but closer to hand-written HTML than, say, generating page structure in a single-page application using React or a similar library.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial I’m going to take you through the process of creating a colourful gradient logo icon. I’ll show you how Illustrator’s shape tools make it easy to construct the basic vector design, then we’ll apply a vibrant colour scheme using gradients. The final result is a trendy vector logo icon with […] The post Video Tutorial: How to Create a Modern Gradient Logo Design in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
On the Laravel Daily site they've posted a tutorial showing the Laravel users out there how to create and catch custom exceptions in your application. Exceptions are a useful tool to handle "exceptional situations" where something fails badly enough where the application cannot proceed. Quite often web-developers don't care enough about errors. If something goes wrong, you often see default Laravel texts like "Whoops, something went wrong" or, even worse, the exception code, which is not helpful at all to the visitor. So I decided to write a step-by-step article of how to handle errors in elegant way and present proper error information to the visitor. He uses a "user search" task to help illustrate the methods for creating custom exceptions, catch exceptions and showing the error to the user. Code is included as well as screenshots of the output. With the basics of exception handling out of the way, they move the handling off into a service and take it one step further to create a custom "user not found" exception and its use in the search method.
If you're working on a product or business roadmap presentation, we have handpicked some of the best PowerPoint roadmap templates you can use to design a killer slideshow for your presentation. A roadmap presentation is one of the most effective methods of detailing the past, present, and future for product and business development. Using a […]
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