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Do you know what a froto is? Do you know how you can get users to evaluate your product? This first part of an upcoming series will help you in understanding and mapping the problems users have and which solutions they need.
Today is a very important day for us. We’re incredibly honored to have crossed our first milestone of 1,000 Smashing members. In this post, we’d like to share some facts and figures with you.
How can we design in a way to help visitors rather than frustrate them? How do we know that a great user experience is really working well? In this pairing of videos from 2018 SmashingConfs, we think about UX — from two very different angles.
August is here, so why not celebrate with a fresh wallpaper? This post features desktop wallpapers designed by artists and designers from across the globe. With and without a calendar for August 2018 and available for free download.
The tips presented in this article aim to help HTML5 game developers in avoiding common mistakes when converting their Flash games to JS and making the process run as smooth as possible.
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 →
The good ol’ hamburger menu. To spice it up, Tamino Martinius created four different menu button animations to toggle between hamburger, cross, and back icon.
The default possibilities to style visited links are quite limited. But there are workarounds. Dudley Storey created a Codepen that shows how to fill in the color of an SVG icon on
For a recent project, Andy Bell changed his build approach to progressive enhancement, and, well, it became much more successful than he had imagined. To inspire you to consider progressive enhancement, too, he now shares some of the useful things he’s learned along the way.
Digital Psychology is a free library of psychological principles and examples that’ll help you enhance the customer experience and connect with your users.
When a browser autofills a form field, it adds some styling to highlight which fields it has edited. Tommy Brunn shares how you can gain more control over the styling and prevent it from clashing with your site’s design.