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Prototyping an Interactive iOS Product Tour With Framer.js

Framer.js and its accompanying ecosystem  Framer Studio  are great tools for composing, presenting and iterating upon interaction design. In this post, I'll walk you through constructing an interactive prototype for a fictional iOS App’s Product Tour using Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 and Framer Studio 1.9.29. We’ll assume that we are creating a news feed app, in which updates from the user’s network are display ...

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Muzli – The Ultimate Designer’s Toolbox for Chrome

Muzli is the ultimate designer’s toolbox. Bringing you the freshest design, UI, UX and interactive news and shots from around the web. All the design inspiration you need. You can enjoy the most inspiring stuff out there. Never miss the next big thing. Muzli will replace your default tab, it will become your home page, so you don’t miss anything. Requirements: Chrome Browser Demo: http://muz.li/ License: Li ...

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Super Premium Typography Creation Kit 2: Thousands of Items worth $3,250 – Only $34

Inky Deals is one of the leading deals websites in the design community, with an extended family of more than 300,000 design enthusiasts. It’s the place to go if you want to buy premium resources at unbeatable prices, whether you’re a graphic or web designer, developer, or business owner looking to improve yourself and your work. They’re the only ones who offer a 200% money back guarantee on every product. ...

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How to Implement Cross-Browser SVG Sprites

In this tutorial I’m going to demonstrate a basic implementation of some SVG icons, how to provide a fallback, and how to turn them into an SVG sprite. Basic SVG Implementation For the purpose of this tutorial I’m going to be using a single page, which will act as a kind of online business card. It will briefly introduce me and display three network profiles relevant to my work. I cons from flaticon From th ...

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New Course: Getting Started With Semantic UI

What You'll Learn Semantic UI is a well-crafted front-end framework with professional features and a robust API. In  Getting Started with Semantic UI , you'll learn the features and benefits of Semantic UI, and will gain practical experience of using it. Tuts+ instructor  Lawrence Turton  will guide you from start to finish through the process of creating a website using Semantic UI. You'll be able to follo ...

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A Front-End Developer’s Ode To Specifications

In the physical world, no one builds anything without detailed blueprints, because people’s lives are on the line. In the digital world, the stakes just aren’t as high. It’s called “software” for a reason: because when it hits you in the face, it doesn’t hurt as much. No one is going to die if your website goes live with the header’s left margin 4 pixels out of alignment with the image below it. But, while ...

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Size Matters: Balancing Line Length And Font Size In Responsive Web Design

As we refine our methods of responsive web design, we’ve increasingly focused on measure (another word for “line length”) and its relationship to how people read. ?The popularization of the “ideal measure” has led to advice such as “Increase font size for large screens and reduce font size for small screens.” While a good measure does improve the reading experience, it’s only one rule for good typography. A ...

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Ready to Use SVG Icons from Dribbble

Baptiste Briel is a 20 years old front end developer & designer from Nantes, France. He has created a set of Ready to use SVG icons for the web. All those icons are from free Dribbble ressources with the original link so you could download them. Simply click on the icon, and then you can copy & paste the HTML code. Requirements: - Demo: http://bbriel.me/svgicons/ License: License Free Sponsors Professional ...

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