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Design Process of New UI for Google News

Like most of the services from Google, Google News is a great tool to work with while searching for news, which offers unique opportunities. Google developed a unique algorithm, which allows reading the news on the same topic from different sources. They have just redesigned Google News from the ground up. Take a look at the design process. Source: http://googlenews.gkvasnikov.com/ Sponsors Professional Web ...

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Ready For Retina HD: Create Pixel-Perfect Assets For Multiple Scale Factors

The 6 Plus is the first iPhone that sports a “Retina HD” display — the sharpest display Apple has ever made. It forces designers to provide an additional set of image resources to developers to match that sharpness. We needed only one set of assets for the original iPhone up to iPhone 3GS. And when iPhone 4 came out with the Retina display, we also needed 2x assets — images twice as detailed. Now, with the ...

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Deal of the Week: Artistic Photoshop Actions Bundle

Looking to do something different with your photos? How about converting them into beautiful watercolor paintings? Or making your best friend into a cartoon? With these 4 Photoshop Actions to Convert Photos to Painted Art , you can do it all with ease. There’s no need to worry about not understanding how to use any of these actions either. That’s because they all come with access to a robust knowledge base ...

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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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Build Dynamic Physics Interactions with Impulse jQuery

Impulse is a library for building dynamic physics based interactions, with a focus on mobile web. You can create animations that flow naturally from the user’s movements. Rather than animating properties for a set amount of time, impulse takes a start position, end position, and velocity. Impulse is small, weighing in at about 9k minified and gziped. Impulse has no large dependencies. It doesn’t require jqu ...

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Learning to Code is Fun and Easy with Code Avengers

Learning to code is fun and easy with Code Avengers . Whether this is your first time coding, or you have tried it before – their courses guide you each step of the way. Scripted by educators, they offer practical coding skills to help you learn at your own pace. Their lessons are designed to be flexible so you can start and pause at anytime. You can start small, for just 30 minutes a day – or go for it and ...

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Visual Designers Checklist for Your Workflow

Advertise here via BSA Visual Designers Checklist are merely suggestions for your workflow. You can contribute on Github or make a fork and create your own unique workflow checklist. This list is meant for visual designers working within a team setting where visual comps and exploration will be shared with a developer. Checkboxes are persistent (they won’t uncheck on refresh) where localstorage is supported ...

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How to Create Simpsons Characters in Pure CSS

Advertise here via BSA The Simpsons is an American family animated sitcom created by Matt Groening. The Simpsons is the longest-running American sitcom, the longest-running American animated program. The Simpsons is widely considered to be one of the greatest television series of all time. So, how about making Simpsons characters in pure CSS ? “First of all I took each character’s face and broke it up into ...

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