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The web is evolving at such a fast pace that it can be hard to stay on top of things. To give you an overview of what happened in the web dev world in the past few weeks, Anselm once again compiled his monthly update.
Smashing Book 6 is now shipping, with front-end and UX techniques to tackle the new challenges on the web today. No theory, just things that actually worked in practice.
Learn about the basics of animation in After Effects by animating one of the most famous type characters and the state of the iMessage App Store in 2018 when it comes to stickers.
What are the fundamentals of machine learning, and what are the necessary tools to evaluate risk and other concerns in a machine learning application? This article covers everything you need to get started.
Building websites is hard. Let’s explore the creation of a component from start to finish, in the context of an exaggerated reality where projects aren’t flawless.
With the launch of iOS 12, there are several new notification features such as new authorization options, dynamic quick actions and user interaction within notifications. Learn more about how to implement these features and if they are right for your …
The hunt for shiny front-end & UX treasures has begun! Performance, PWA, Vue.js, Webpack to Design Workflow, DesignOps and Variable Fonts. With Monica Dinculescu, Dan Mall, Jason Grigsby, Sara Soueidan and many others.Explore all speakers and topics →
Coined by Phil Walton, Idle Until Urgent is a strategy that helps you solve advanced performance issues. Clever tips that you can use right away.
A Design Sprint provides a framework to enable product teams to get answers quickly and efficiently. Richard Banfield’s free eBook Enterprise Design Sprints helps you deliver on that promise.
What does it mean to truly be designing for the web — a medium that reveals the page slowly, from inside a viewport frame? Jen Simmons shares some inspiring thoughts on the topic.
The typeface Inter UI is specially designed for user interfaces with a focus on high legibility of small and medium-sized text on screens.
Chrome 69 shipped support for conic gradients. Facundo Corradini explains how to use them to create semantic
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