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When starting to use Flexbox and Grid, it can be frustrating to find that we sometimes don’t get the layout we expect. Often this is due to the way sizing is calculated in these new layout methods. In this article, I try to explain exactly how big …
13 live webinars. Four days. That’s the Design Systems Virtual Summit which our friends at UXPin are hosting from February 13th to 16th. Join free from anywhere, and learn from experienced practitioners how to build and maintain a design system …
Air quality is a serious and complicated issue. It’s not as easy to understand as the weather. However, by creating a variety of quick iterative prototypes — regardless of how fake — I was able to find straightforward answers to design and program my …
(This article is kindly sponsored by Adobe.) In an ever-changing discipline, it can be hard to keep abreast of everything as a user experience designer. Christopher Murphy provides an overview of universal principles of UX design, ensuring your …
In part one of this two-part series, Brian Holt introduces Elm’s syntax, setup, and core concepts. Learn how to work with the Elm architecture in order to create simple applications.
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A dynamic icons library in Sketch allows you to change icons and their color on the fly. To make the process of creating one a lot more convenient, Valentin Chrétien built Sketch Icons, a plugin that helps you generate your dynamic library in less than five minutes.
Do you need to design a configurator? Well, then the Configurator Database has got you covered with inspiration. With more than 1200 web-based configurators listed, you certainly won’t run out of ideas to help your customers design exactly the product they want — no matter if it’s a pair of sneakers or a luxury car.
Delivering complex SVG images in a performant, accessible way while making the image searchable, selectable and accessible as real HTML text? Sara Soueidan explains how to do it.
How about some eye candy? Mary Lou experimented with some fun shape and letter animations. The idea was to create an SVG for each word, then place decorative shapes relative to the position of each letter, and use them to create some nice animated effects.
You want to get an overview over browser bugs and their status? Eric Bidelman’s Browser Bug Searcher is here to help. It lets you search for bugs across all major browser vendors: Just enter what you’re looking for, and it will show you open, assigned, and fixed bugs.
Less than a month ago, HTML 5.2 became an official W3C Recommendation (REC). Ire Aderinokun now summarized what’s new and what she thinks will impact web development most. From using styles in the
<body> to newly valid practices like having multiple
<main> elements in the markup.