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A Frank Lloyd Wright Approach To Digital Design

Frank Lloyd Wright was a century ahead of his time. He was a pioneer, an avant-garde architect who broke free of the traditions of his era. His views on materials, form, function, space and environment define his iconic works. These ideals and principles are still used in architecture today, and his buildings have stood the test of time, remaining relevant even in today’s digital age. I find a lot of inspir ...

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Baking Bootstrap Snippets with Jade

What You'll Be Creating Arguably the greatest strength of Twitter’s ever popular Bootstrap framework is that it gives you a complete set of fully functional CSS and JavaScript out of the box. This pre-done code provides just about everything you could want in a site, from typography to layout control to dozens of “components” such as navbars, buttons, panels, alert boxes and more. Because you’ll spend littl ...

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Chartist.js, An Open-Source Library For Responsive Charts

The list of charting libraries for the web is already quite long, and you might ask yourself why we would need to make it any longer. Whenever you need to develop an application’s dashboard, embed some usage statistics or simply visualize some data, you will find yourself looking for a charting library that fits your needs. Chartist was developed for a very particular need: to create simple responsive chart ...

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How to Create an Interactive Prototype With Marvel

Marvel is an excellent online tool which allow designers to create prototypes of mobile applications and web projects. In this tutorial we’ll see how we can use Marvel for the first time, creating a mobile game prototype and learn the process of navigating through different screens and options. There are plenty of incredible prototyping tools available today: Invision , Framer , Flinto , Pixate , the list g ...

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Collection of HAML Tutorials for Frontend Developers

One luxury of modern web development is the access to many resources which simplify the process. HAML stands for HTML Abstraction Markup Language and is a great example of such a resource. It seems like a completely new language but the syntax is relatable to classic HTML. These tutorials should help you get started with coding HAML for any web project. The code behaves very much like SASS for CSS so at fir ...

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Understanding Mobile Back End As A Service

What if you could create an entire back end for your mobile applications that was feature-complete in data synchronization, push-notification support, user management and file-handling before you even started building the mobile experience? What if it was architected in such a way that you could easily create new cross-platform native and web applications seamlessly on this back end? While this might sound ...

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New Course From Paul Boag: Promoting Your Services and Winning Work

Just because you're a great coder or designer, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be a successful web design business owner. In an increasingly tough marketplace, being able to sell yourself and your work is crucial for success. Our new course,  Promoting Your Services and Winning Work , will teach you the skills you need to survive and thrive. Meet the Instructor: Paul Boag What you'll learn is not just th ...

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Being Part of the Tuts+ Community

Whatever I've done online, I've always been part of a community. Tuts+ has an active community and there are many ways you can take part. Here I talk about community, what we've been doing, and how you can be a part of it.  What Is a "Community"? I've always been active in the vector community, whether it’s been to talk about vector art or just to socialise. Many a night I used to be found online, in a chat ...

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