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Web Development Reading List #180: DNS Over HTTPS, HAProxy Performance, And Decentralized AI

Web Development Reading List #180: DNS Over HTTPS, HAProxy Performance, And Decentralized AI

| April 28, 2017 | Comments (0)

    We all have fears and doubts. It’s not different for you than for me. Over the last weeks, “well-known” people on Twitter started to share mistakes they made in life or their careers. I think it’s very helpful to read that we all make mistakes. We all have to learn and improve, and […]

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Deal: Lifetime Access to DesignBold’s Huge Library

Deal: Lifetime Access to DesignBold’s Huge Library

| April 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

Every designer needs a kickass toolbox to fall back on. Whether you’re an accomplished designer who’s looking to save time, or a newbie still honing their skills, a great big pile of design assets will bail you out of many a tight corner. That’s why we’re delighted that our sister-site, MightyDeals.com, has arranged an incredible […]

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20 Beautiful Magazine-Style Blog Templates & WP Themes | Hot Trend for 2017

20 Beautiful Magazine-Style Blog Templates & WP Themes | Hot Trend for 2017

| April 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

Magazine-style blogs are getting increased popularity in 2017! If you’re a web designer, or simply a website owner, you should consider changing your blog theme and adapt it to the current design trends. Regardless of your experience with web design, you can use these pre-designed templates to build professional websites, with almost no coding knowledge […]

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The Advantage of Comparative Research

The Advantage of Comparative Research

| April 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

No matter how new a problem may be to us, we are never the first person to tackle it. There are always examples to learn from. That said, the way we learn from others’ examples can make the difference between uncritical emulation and a solution that fits the unique problem and context we’re facing. Here […]

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How to Redirect from the Phoenix Router

How to Redirect from the Phoenix Router

| April 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

Introduction In this article, we’ll walk through how to redirect from the Phoenix router. This article assumes some prior knowledge around Plug and the Phoenix Router. All of the following code has been tested with Elixir 1.4 and Phoenix 1.2. Your mileage may vary depending on versions. We’ll make a StarshipTravel app. If you’d like to follow along, install Phoenix, […]

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Moving From Photoshop And Illustrator To Sketch: A Few Tips For UI Designers

Moving From Photoshop And Illustrator To Sketch: A Few Tips For UI Designers

| April 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

    I’ve been a long time Photoshop and Illustrator user. Both programs are really useful and powerful, and they’ll remain a key part of any digital artist’s or designer’s toolset, including mine. However, for all user interface, web and icon design workflows, I recently converted to Sketch. Here is why. While Photoshop is awesome […]

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Microinteractions: Designing with Details

Microinteractions: Designing with Details

| April 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

“The best products do two things well: features and details. Features are what draw people to your product; details are what keep them there” says Dan Saffer. The importance of details can’t be over-emphasized. Details make users love or hate an app or website. Microinteractions are those details. They might be easily overlooked in the […]

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CSS Range Sliders: 20 Impressive Designs

CSS Range Sliders: 20 Impressive Designs

| April 26, 2017 | Comments (0)

Nowadays, CSS range sliders are continuously gathering popularity and are used more and more in multipurpose websites. Range sliders function on a simple and very effective design principle which can be activated by a dragging action. Besides their usability, their interactive design makes your websites more appealing to the users. Discover these incredible CSS range […]

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Let The Content Delivery Network Optimize Your Images

Let The Content Delivery Network Optimize Your Images

| April 26, 2017 | Comments (0)

    Sometimes you have to step back and ask why a tradition exists. In mobile-first design, serving an image in three sizes — one for smartphones, one for tablets and one for desktops — using media queries and responsive images has become a tradition. But is it the best solution? It’s most likely better […]

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7 Steps to a Flawless Design Review

7 Steps to a Flawless Design Review

| April 26, 2017 | Comments (0)

The design review can be one of the most stressful milestones in any website project. While feedback is a valuable part of the overall process, sometimes the process of getting there is complicated and unwieldy. Facilitating a flawless design review takes commitment on the part of the primary designer and team participating in the review. […]

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