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Adobe Illustrator’s SVG Interactivity Panel Explained

SVG is on its way to being a staple part of web development and design. Understanding SVG and being able to list it among your skills is becoming more and more important. In today’s tutorial we’re answering a specific request from a Tuts+ reader. We’re going to take a look at a tool in Adobe Illustrator which helps authoring of SVG interactivity with JavaScript. It’s called–wait for it– The SVG Interactivit ...

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How to Get Quality Feedback From Your Clients

Client feedback can be one of the hardest parts of the web design process, often leading to hours of wasted iterations and endless debates. In this short video tutorial, I'll show you how to speed up the process by handling client feedback effectively. Specifically, I will explain: why you should never ask what the client thinks of the design which questions you should ask to get more effective feedback why ...

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Richard Pearson, Art Director: Creativity, Trust and Building a Shared Vision

Editors Note: In this series, C onversations with Creative Collaborators , we look at the place of photography and how it is used accross creative industries. In this instalment we meet Richard Pearson, Art Director at Manchester based creative communications agency BJL to chat about the challenges of working in advertising photography to create campaigns for internationally known brands. Hey Richard, thank ...

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15 Best WordPress Job Board Themes & Plugins

Online job boards have risen in popularity with the current phase of Internet technology. Every company is looking for their next employee, and job boards have allowed companies to search anywhere in the country(or even the world!). Best of all it’s super easy to launch a custom job board focused on any career track from writing to marketing and development. Take a look over the following WordPress themes a ...

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CSS Feature Detection: Modernizr or Feature Queries?

In this tutorial, I’ll go over two approaches for detecting whether a browser supports certain CSS features or not. The first one takes advantage of Modernizr , a popular JavaScript library and the second one  feature queries , a promising CSS solution. So, let’s start! Detecting Features Using Modernizr As mentioned above, Modernizr is a lightweight JavaScript library which detects HTML5 and CSS3 features ...

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How to Use Avocode to Inspect Your Photoshop and Sketch Files

In today’s tutorial I’m going to introduce you to Avocode , developed by the “eleven brave men and one brave woman” of  Source and recently released in the form of version 1.0. Avocode is an application which allows you to work with .psd and .sketch files, moving from design to code, without even opening Photoshop or Sketch. We covered Avocode a few months ago , but back then it was still in beta and has si ...

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Design Last

How does one design and develop for the responsive web? A lot of methodologies out there try to tackle this problem, but all of them rely on the same classic website development process. It boils down to the following: design and then develop. Let’s go nuts and flip this outdated methodology on its head. Before we start flipping things around, let’s take a quick stroll down memory lane, just so we know wher ...

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Building & Customizing HTML5 Range Sliders

Web developers who have been keeping up with HTML5 specs know about the fascinating range slider. It was popularized on the iPhone and has since grown into a powerful utility for the web. Below are a series of customized range sliders using CSS3 or jQuery. Everything is free and open source to use in any project work either commercial or personal. Rangeslider.js jQRangeSlider noUiSlider Ninja UI ion.rangeSl ...

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