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An In-Depth Overview Of Living Style Guide Tools

Following the market’s demand for minimalistic and consistent UIs, and the growth in modular web development, we tend to pay more and more attention to documentation and the efficiency of designer–engineer workflow with each project we undertake. Also, since the documentation process is often the weakest spot for modern web teams , we’re constantly looking for the right tools to help us. Living style guides ...

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The Command Line for Web Design: Scaffolding New Projects

So far you’ve learned how to use command line for third party package management, powering up your front end code, automation with task runners, live reloading and browser synchronizing. In this final tutorial of the series you’ll learn how to use command line to get your projects off to a running start by scaffolding out new projects that have all the third party code they require, as well as Grunt or Gulp ...

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That’s Real-Life Responsive Web Design: Meet The Brand New Smashing Book 5

Smart “responsive” workflows, effective responsive design/UX patterns and powerful front-end techniques — if you need a good book on smart responsive design, our brand new Smashing Book 5 is just what you need. Neatly packed in a gorgeous hardcover, it covers time-saving , practical techniques for crafting fast, maintainable and scalable responsive websites. 498 pages. Hardcover/eBook. Get the book and save ...

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The Command Line for Web Design: Automation with Grunt

So far you’ve learned how to do things like compiling code, autoprefixing, cleaning, compressing and minifying all just by typing a few words. This is great, but what if you have a project that would need you to run several of these commands, one after the other, over and over again until you complete your work? For example: Compile preprocessor to CSS Autoprefix CSS Clean CSS Compile Jade to HTML Concatena ...

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The Command Line for Web Design: Powering Up Front End Code

As a web designer there are three languages you’re pretty much guaranteed to work with one way or another: CSS, HTML and JavaScript. In this tutorial you’re going to leverage the command line to make your development with these three languages more powerful and more efficient. You’ll learn how to use command line to: Compile preprocessor (Stylus, Sass and LESS) code for CSS Autoprefix CSS Compress, combine ...

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The Command Line for Web Design: Powering Up Front End Code

As a web designer there are three languages you’re pretty much guaranteed to work with one way or another: CSS, HTML and JavaScript. In this tutorial you’re going to leverage the command line to make your development with these three languages more powerful and more efficient. You’ll learn how to use command line to: Compile preprocessor (Stylus, Sass and LESS) code for CSS Autoprefix CSS Compress, combine ...

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A Few Different Ways To Use SVG Sprites In Animation

There are some things we know and like about SVGs. First, SVGs have smooth, clean edges on any display, so using SVGs can reduce the number of HTTP requests for image replacement. Second, it’s easy to make an SVG scalable to its container for responsive development. In this article we’ll cover a few ways of using SVG sprites to describe motion on the web. I’ll show some techniques for using SVG sprites in c ...

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The Command Line for Web Design: Taming 3rd Party Packages

We commonly use third party packages in web design projects. We load in third party CSS from projects like Bootstrap and Foundation , and scripts like jQuery and Modernizr . Increasingly, we also use third party packages as part of development processes, like compilers for CSS preprocessors or code cleaning and compression tools to maximize the speed our sites load and run at. Dealing with all these package ...

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