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Know when, how, and why you should paper prototype. Tips, templates, and resources included. The post Paper Prototyping: The 10-Minute Practical Guide appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
This week we’ve another fantastic free icon set. Designed by our friends over at Freepik, we have a free transport icon set for you! All 50 of the free transport... The post Freebie: Transport Icon Set (50 Icons, SVG & PNG) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
I used to be a happy man five months ago. Five months ago, I watched TV shows and had a few beers on Fridays. Five months ago, I didn’t even... The post How Building an App with My Friend Is Changing My Life appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
This week's Designer News (N.389) includes A Web Component for Drawing Patterns with CSS, Real Words that Double as HEX Values, 2017 Logo Trends, The State of CSS, Build Forms with CSS Grid, Color Accessibility Workflows, 25 Minute Design School and more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.389) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Having a website in today’s time isn’t enough. You need to have a quick loading and responsive website for attracting customers to your website. You can have the most user-friendly and optimized website in your niche; however, if it fails to load in time, the visitors will go back to their search results and click […] The post 15 Fastest WordPress Themes to Speed up Your Business first appeared on Line25.
Once you've competed your website or app design work, and it's time to turn your design into working code, you usually have two options; do the coding yourself, or turn your project over to a development team. Even designers with some expertise in coding, will more often than not take the second option. Where code-savvy […] The post Top Services for Coding Your Designs in 2016 appeared first on Line25.
Recently we've covered CSS generators, SVG generators and accessible front-end components. This time we look into HTML email, with tools, templates and guides for designers and developers.
In a post to his site Tomas Votruba takes a look at the "rocket science" behind the migration of DocBlocks to typehints in your PHP application. What if you could add scalar typehints int, bool, string, null to all parameter type and return type by running a CLI command? But also all classes, parent, self and $this? Do you think it's an easy task to move @param int $number to (int $number)? He talks about some of the current tools that handle the conversion of type-hints to type checks, but points out that some of them break the code (as they don't have the right context). He shares the results of some of his own research using these tools and issues that can come up with code changes. He also includes issues that could come up with the use of self/parent and namespacing. The post ends with some instructions on using the rector/rector package to handle this refactoring in a bit better way (including the configuration required).
Is Monday.com the ideal project management software tool for your development team's needs? We will help you figure that out by breaking down its pros, cons, and pricing in this article aimed at project managers and developers. Monday.com Pros Below is a list of the pros and benefits of using Monday.com project management software for […] The post Monday.com Project Management Tool Review appeared first on Developer.com.
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