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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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Design Principles: Connecting And Separating Elements Through Contrast And Similarity

Similarity and contrast, connection and separation, grouped and ungrouped are all ways to describe the varying sameness and difference between elements. Based on the information they carry, we’ll want some elements to look similar, to indicate that they are related in some way. We’ll also want to show that some elements are different and belong to different groups. Key to showing both is the visual characte ...

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A Quick Introduction to BrowserSync

In this quick video tutorial I'm going to introduce you to BrowserSync , a tool so good Google built it into their recent Web Starter Kit . You can think of BrowserSync as being a bit like LiveReload  (it watches for changes you make to a web page and automatically updates the browser), except that it also works across multiple devices. BrowserSync has a ton of features, including things like Action Sync wh ...

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Mazwai – Great Video Resources for Web Designers

Mazwai is a new stock video which only selects the very best of free videos online . The purpose of Mazwai is to help every web designer, creative, and artist to find great video resources for their professional and personal projects. All the video clips, footage, and mini-film are available in HD under the public domain or the Attribution license (CC 3.0). This means that you can do everything with the vid ...

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15 Tips & Tricks for using Photoshop’s Layer Masks

Selecting objects in Photoshop is comparable to any other difficult skillset like drawing or playing music. It can be excruciating at first, but once you understand what you’re doing it gets a whole lot easier. Layer masking offers great techniques for quickly rendering out any object from its background. If you want to build up your layer mask rendering skills take a look over some of these articles and tu ...

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