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Mobile Devices: the Gap Between Creation and Consumption

Can you create for the web using your mobile device? This question has erupted from the mouths of web designers and programmers since the earliest models of smart phones. How capable are modern mobile devices where creating is concerned? In this article, I will discuss some of the major hurdles which mobile phones face, with regard to creating for the web. We’ll mention a few tools along the way, but we’ll ...

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Responsive Typography With Sass Maps

Managing consistent, typographic rhythm isn’t easy, but when the type is responsive, things get even more difficult. Fortunately, Sass maps make responsive typography much more manageable. Writing the code is one thing, but keeping track of font-size values for each breakpoint is another — and the above is for paragraphs alone. Throw in h1 to h6 s, each with variable font sizes for each breakpoint, and it g ...

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How to Customize Your WordPress Site Without Having to Understand CSS

We’re going to show you how you can make serious visual changes to your WordPress websites with absolutely no prior experience of CSS. But first, let’s take a minute for a little WordPress appreciation. Old wordpress interface Remember this? This is what WordPress looked like when we first fell in love with it. Eleven years later and we’re still in love with it but (thankfully) it’s changed so much it’s bar ...

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Practical Techniques On Designing Animation

Animation , like any other facet of the web, must 1 be 2 designed 3 . As web developers, we think about the effects of typography, layout, interaction, and shifting viewports, but when incorporating animation we have another factor to consider: time. It’s not just an extra aspect to consider, either: it increases the complexity of each of the aforementioned parameters exponentially. Rather than viewing this ...

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Upcoming Web Design Events (June–December 2015)

Here we are, halfway through the aught 10s and 2015. And the year still has quite a few conferences in store for us. 2015 has some surprises left in it. What consequences will speakers draw from the Google I/O? What’s coming in the IoT departments near you? With so much happening in the industry, conference organizers have done their best to keep you up to date. ...

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Upcoming Web Design Events (June–December 2015)

Here we are, halfway through the aught 10s and 2015. And the year still has quite a few conferences in store for us. 2015 has some surprises left in it. What consequences will speakers draw from the Google I/O? What’s coming in the IoT departments near you? With so much happening in the industry, conference organizers have done their best to keep you up to date. Take a look at some of the great conferences ...

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Fitting After Effects Into A UX Workflow

We all aim to be as agile as possible in today’s fast-paced web design world, while also remaining thoughtful of the end user and those we work with. After Effects is a great tool that enables us to quickly visualize and test robust animation patterns throughout a web design, share those with the development team and clients, and even test variants with users to get quick validation on a design before it go ...

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Fitting After Effects Into A UX Workflow

We all aim to be as agile as possible in today’s fast-paced web design world, while also remaining thoughtful of the end user and those we work with. After Effects is a great tool that enables us to quickly visualize and test robust animation patterns throughout a web design, share those with the development team and clients, and even test variants with users to get quick validation on a design before it go ...

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