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In this article, Nick reviews the Webflow — the next-generation tool for building a sophisticated web experience that allows users to design, build, and launch websites visually.
Smashing Magazine is thirteen years old! In this article, I share the stories of some of our Smashing Team. The people behind the magazine, books, and conferences.
In this fourth instalment of Inspired Design Decisions, Andy Clarke will teach you how scattering images will fill your designs with movement. Learn how to mirror pictures and text, and how to carve text into shapes using CSS Shapes.
In this article, Rachel Andrew explores the situations in which you might encounter overflow in your web designs and explains how CSS has evolved to create better ways to manage and design around unknown amounts of content.
In this article, let’s take a closer look at Buddy, one of the most comprehensive tools for automating website deployments.
Switching tools isn’t a decision to be taken lightly. Here’s a nuts-and-bolts and behind-the-scenes look at how Help Scout migrated design systems from Sketch to Figma — why we made the switch, a step-by-step walkthrough of what it entailed, …
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David Khourshid is a Software Engineer at Microsoft, tech author, and speaker. Frequently contributing to Open Source, he is passionate about statecharts and software modeling (he created the XState library), reactive animations that respond to user input, innovative user interfaces, and cutting-edge front-end technologies. You can follow his coding adventures on CodePen and find him on Twitter as @DavidKPiano. Thank you for sharing and caring, dear David!
Meet Design Systems, a recent Smashing book in which Alla Kholmatova explores how to set up an effective design system to create great digital products. With common traps, gotchas and lessons learned.