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Creating good user experiences for apps inside messaging platforms poses a relatively new design challenge. When moving from desktop web to mobile interfaces, developers have had to rethink interaction design to work around a constrained screen size, a new set of input gestures and unreliable network connections. Like our tiny touchscreens, messaging platforms also shake up the types of input that apps can accept, change designers' canvas size, and demand a different set of assumptions about how users communicate.The post Friendly, Frictionless Work: Best Practices For Enterprise Messaging UX, From Slack appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Being, ya know, human beings with thoughts and emotions trying to build something together, sometimes we clash. There are big clashes. Sometimes those end in drastic changes. We’ve done that. You might have noticed that we’re down to two co-founders actively at the company. There are tiny clashes too, like needing to tell someone when […] The post #313: Conflict appeared first on CodePen Blog.
We are going to cover the following topic in the mobile checkout experience : Why checkout experience is important? Checkout Initiated in mobile Discuss Cart Page Experience Discuss Checkout page Order Confirmation Notification Summary: Optimize the mobile checkout experience with the least action and requirement from the customer. Why mobile checkout experience is important? User [...]
2018 was an exciting year for the field of technology. Building on the successes and failures of 2017, companies threw their weight behind digital security and encryption. The advent of the smartphone and other mobile devices have revolutionized not just how we interact with technology but how we interact with the world around us. Many predictions were made about how information technology would transform in 2018. But as you might expect, such predictions should always be taken with a pinch of salt. There are always surprises around the corner, especially in the field of technology, and there are also times … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
When optimizing your website’s speed while following the GooglePage Speed Insights guidelines, you’ll know this alert. Activate “Leverage Browser Caching” for the Google Analytics Script. Often, this alert is to be blamed when a website doesn’t reach the infamous 100 of 100 PageSpeed points. That’s exactly where the problem is, because how can you cache a file that is not on your server? Today, we’ll show you three solutions. Google Analytics is a good thing and still the tool of choice for every user that wants to take a close look at their website’s traffic. However, the script can also cause quite a headache when the goal is to optimize your website to achieve the famous 100 points from GooglePage Speed. One problem is that some of the aspects desired and recommended by Google will not accelerate your blog, so they are not recommendable. For example, when you implement your entire CSS (often multiple files, including the plugin stylesheets) in the HTML inline, Google will congratulate you for making this decision. However, when you only have a small perfectly cacheable stylesheet in the header, and the rest of the CSS in the footer, Google will try to tell you that […]
It's no surprise that remote work has become a new norm across the globe. An influx of businesses has implemented remote work practices in the past few months, now allowing employees to work from home or other locations outside of the traditional office setting. As more companies begin allowing remote work, it appears that the...
This upcoming September, SmashingConf Freiburg will be taking place on Smashing Magazine's 10th birthday and, well, we definitely wouldn't want to celebrate it all alone. Freiburg is the smallest of all our conferences; this means a super-friendly atmosphere right at the foothills of the magical Black Forest, but also not that many seats! So, are you ready to celebrate with us?The post SmashingConf Freiburg 2016: Some Things Are Just Too Special To Miss appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Designing a beautiful wedding album can be tough when you also have to go through hundreds of photos while enhancing and editing them as well. Thankfully, Photoshop introduced a solution to that painful process with Lightroom. Now, all you need are a few Lightroom presets and you can instantly enhance your wedding photos in a […]
Do you want your website to be up to date with the latest design trends? This article contains an amazing hand-picked collection of free dramatic fonts with modern designs. You can use these amazing typefaces with lots of styles, serifs, sans serifs, various line weights, bolded, italic, regular, with accents, etc. in your print or even […] The post 20 Free Dramatic Fonts That Follow The Latest Typography Trends appeared first on Line25.
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