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A tournament bracket UI where you pick your favorite between two coding fonts and your choices are whittled down all the way to a final winner. A clever way to suss out your own taste and arrive at a choice.… The post Coding Font Game appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Synthetic data and digital twins are wildly different things but at the same time complementary in the sense that one simulates data for AI and other simulates the interactions of models for people and AI. Rather than being generated by real-world events or processes synthetic data is information that’s artificially manufactured. It is data created algorithmically, and … continue reading The post Synthetic data and digital twins appeared first on SD Times.
This week's Designer News - No 641 - includes Contra Chrome, Figma for Non-Designers, The Future of CSS: CSS Toggles, Common Accessibility Issues That You Can Fix Today, The Front-End Developer's Guide to the Terminal, and a whole lot more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 641 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Traditionally, the Photoshop Style was the tool designers used to share their text effects, but these days the Smart PSD has become the new weapon of choice for sharing pre-made effects. Smart PSDs make use of Photoshop Smart Objects, which allow the user to edit the source of a specific layer in order to update […] The post 30 Free Smart PSDs to Help You Create Easy Text Effects appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
As a web designer, the vast majority of my new projects are original creations. The process goes a little something like this: I create a mockup, make revisions until my... The post Why I Charge the Same for Building Websites Designed by Someone Else appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
A clean and minimal design plays an important role in making a successful slideshow for presentations. As Guy Kawasaki once said, "Simple and to the point is always the best way to get your point across." So today, we want to do just that. This collection includes only simple and minimalist Google Slides themes for […]
Introduction The web development environment has rapidly transformed with an increased demand for more scalable and cross-platform web and enterprise applications in the ever-changing market equilibrium. To help enterprises address their business needs and connect with the customers using a range of devices and platforms seamlessly, legacy web apps have made way for progressive web apps (PWAs) that allow easy access to mobile users. Progressive web apps use modern web capabilities to deliver reliable, fast, and engaging user experiences on their preferred devices and platforms. PWAs also provide personalization and caching capabilities, which ensure faster loading time and less data usage. These apps are developed once and can be deployed wherever required.
This week's Designer News (N.459) includes an Accessibility Cheatsheet, Structural Typography, Photoshop Workflows And Shortcuts For Digital Artists, Rhythm in Web Typography, Free Splash Letters Font, Styling the Gutenberg Columns Block, a PHP Terminal NES Emulator and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 459 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
While multiple file formats had to be provided during the early days of web fonts, nowadays, the WOFF format has become the standard and is supported by all modern browsers. Older formats like the EOT format are only needed when you want to support Internet Explorer before version 9. After the WOFF format became the official standard in 2012, there’s lately been an upgrade called WOFF 2.0, which comes with improved compression, and thus creates smaller files. Files Up to 50 Percent Smaller “Brotli” is the name of the new compression standard used in WOFF 2.0. It replaces the LZMA compression which was used before. The “Brotli” algorithm was developed by Google and promises a file reduction of up to 50 percent in comparison to WOFF 1.0. In practice, this value probably won’t be achieved. However, cuts of up to 30 percent are realistic. The font provider MyFonts, which has tons of web fonts in store, states that their fonts have an average size reduction of 30 percent in comparison to WOFF 1.0. The “Proxima Nova Bold” is named as an example. In the WOFF 1.0 format, it had a file size of 60 kilobytes. In the new WOFF 2.0 […]
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