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Using Sketch For Responsive Web Design (A Case Study)

If you’re a member of the web or UI design community, it’s been hard to avoid talking about Sketch 1 over the last year. The launch of this design app shook up an industry dominated by Adobe for more than two decades, and it has caused an ongoing debate about whether Sketch is better than Photoshop and Illustrator (and Fireworks 2 ). A longtime Photoshop user myself, I made the switch to Sketch in early 201 ...

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A Quick Guide to Choosing the Best Framework for You

An ever expanding variety of frameworks is available to designers and front-end developers alike, ready for quick prototyping and implementation. There is a wide range of comprehensive and lightweight frameworks, and pretty much everything in between. With so many options, you might simply pick the most popular, but that may not be what’s best for your particular project. Each framework has its advantages, ...

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A Quick Guide to Choosing the Best Framework for You

An ever expanding variety of frameworks is available to designers and front-end developers alike, ready for quick prototyping and implementation. There is a wide range of comprehensive and lightweight frameworks, and pretty much everything in between. With so many options, you might simply pick the most popular, but that may not be what’s best for your particular project. Each framework has its advantages, ...

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Learn How To Use Pre-Made Layouts To Deliver Great WP Websites Faster

Teams are no longer popular and it has been found that working in one can be unproductive sometimes. When you need to stay in contact with an individual for one process, as well as with another individual for a different one, it can be difficult to have a fast process of delivering the product to your client. It is for this reason why web designers who are based in solution orientated processes are now focu ...

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Meet Tuts+ Reader Ajmal Afif

Name:  Ajmal Afif Location:  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Topics of Interest:  Web Products, Front-End Tooling, Workflow, Programming Occupation:  Front-End Developer at Billplz In our series of Tuts+ community stories so far, you've met South African graphic artist  Catherine Dawes , Brazilian web designer  Tassia Pellegrini , and American creative director David Kehrer .  Today we're taking you to Malaysia to m ...

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5 Design Tips to Increase Website Engagement

When we are designing a website, we not only want that site to look great, but we need to make sure that our design encourages people to complete important tasks for which the site was created. This could be making a purchase, requesting more information, becoming a member, or some other action that turns a random visitor into an actual customer. This is website engagement, and the design decisions that we ...

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“Letters Do Not Stand By Themselves”

Customers and clients cannot physically touch the products that online designers create, nor can they smell, hear or taste them. One of the important factors in a customer’s decision of whether to use a product is usually the brand’s visual presence, which can help a product stand out from the rest of what the market has to offer. Upon taking a closer look, it doesn’t take long to see that good typography i ...

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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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