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This tutorial is for illustrators who also happen to be passionate car enthusiasts. If you follow me along, you will learn how to draw from scratch in Sketch the legendary Porsche 911, all in vectors. Together, we will be pushing Sketch to its limits …
In this article, Uri Paz presents some tools that allow non-programmers to create application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration, instead of traditional computer programming.
In this article, you’ll learn a few basics of GraphQL and Apollo Client, learning how to work with both of them. By the end, we’ll have built a pet shop app that uses Apollo Client.
Emmett McBain was a Black American graphic designer whose work had a remarkable impact on the representation of Black Americans in advertising. In this part of Andy’s series, he’ll explain how his work can inspire what we design for the web.
We’re asking if modern best practices are bad for the web? Are modern frameworks taking us down the wrong path? Drew McLellan speaks to Lean Web expert Chris Ferdinandi to find out.
In this article, Zara Cooper explains how to take advantage of schematics in Angular Material and ng2-charts to substantially reduce the time and work that goes into building a dashboard.
Person Of The Week
Tejas Kumar learned to code when he was eight and started his web development career at the age of 15 as a Junior Web Developer for the University of Qatar. Today, he lives in Berlin, where he builds React applications as well as open-source design systems and data-related libraries. As a Vetting Lead at G2i, he helps connect React developers with organizations. Tejas loves to empower fellow developers and shares his knowledge about coding as a speaker at conferences and meetups. You can find him on Twitter as @TejasKumar_. Thank you for everything you do for the community, dear Tejas!
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.
A Smashing Guide to Web Performance
Ensuring your site loads quickly is important. The subject touches almost every part of web design and development, from your choice of images to the performance of your web server. In this guide we bring together information that can help you build a fast site, and keep it fast.Explore Performance
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