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The StarTutorial.com site has posted the next in their "Understanding Design Patterns" series of tutorials today. In this latest post they cover the Factory design pattern. [The Factory design pattern provides] an interface for creating families of related or dependent objects without specifying their concrete classes. They use the same fictional business as in the previous articles to put the pattern in a more "real world" situation. The goal is to create several "toy factories" that can build "toy" objects based on certain requirements: either cars or helicopters. The post starts with the creation of an abstract factory class and shows the concrete implementations of one for each type of toy. These concrete classes include basic properties about the toy and functionality to build out the basics (ex: a car has four wheels, a helicopter has rotors).
Let us first talk about what animation is and then how it can be successfully used in web design. First of all, you should know that animation is a high-speed display of a sequence of images that creates the illusion of motion. The resulting effect is an optical illusion of movement produced by the phenomenon […] The post 40 Beautifully Animated Website Designs appeared first on Line25.
As a designer with many years of experience, I often encourage my colleagues and reports to pick up some coding skills. While many are open to the idea, others balk at the notion. I usually hear some variation of "I didn't study design to become a developer." Although this is a valid concern, I'd like to emphasize two points: a better understanding of the materials usually leads to better outcomes, and there is an important distinction between "coding" and "software engineering.
In this article, we'll learn how to build an event-based application and send a web-push notification when a particular event is triggered. We'll set up database tables, events, and scheduled triggers on the Hasura GraphQL engine and wire up the GraphQL endpoint to the front-end application to record the stock price preference of the user.
User Interface design is becoming a focus in a whole range of industries. It's a somewhat unnecessary point to make but, the more advanced technology gets, the more it is able to take account of user experience. Here's how it works: when technology is in the innovation stage, where the concepts are new and prototypes are being developed for earliest tests, there isn't the motivation, time or resources to be concerned with the user experience. This makes sense of course, but what it ends up perpetuating is a 'usability lag', whereby the state of technology might be far ahead of … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Have you ever been afraid to take on a particular project? It almost seems silly to be scared of doing your job. But I've had that feeling a number of... The post Conquering Fear to Become a Better Designer appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
I've been working on some side projects recently (Style Check and bedrocss), and as with any project I work on long enough, I got to the point where I wanted to add a favicon. I decided to play around with SVG favicons. The support is just ok (boo Safari) but it's good enough for my needs. I'm alright if no favicon shows up on unsupported browsers. It's not the end of the world.
Regardless of our education, experience or skill level, every one of us will run into a situation where we could use some help. It might be a bit of code... The post Getting Answers to Your Web Development Questions appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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