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Type can be confusing for designers today, who have access to thousands upon thousands of different fonts, many of which are free to download and use. This results in an overabundance of typographical solutions to problems that aren’t really so complicated.
Illustrations can bring a highly-artistic style to any website. Whether hand-drawn or created digitally, these images can help us tell a story and convey ideas. By itself, a great illustration can be pretty powerful stuff. But, with a little magic, we can give them an even greater impact.
We have accumulated a super-useful collection of our favorite little web-based apps and tools for when you’re working with CSS. All of the tools have been created with the intention of being either time-saving generators to some of the more frustrating aspects of working with CSS or handy little problem-solving tools.
If you are an uber-experienced web designer, you probably won’t have this problem. Your CSS files will be structured coherently and concisely; every selector will have been attentively placed, every property will be perfectly formatted… your CSS will look like carefully crafted art. If this describes you, then move along please, this post is not for you.
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So often, we like to discuss the worst in people. And it certainly makes sense that, as a freelance designer, you’re sure to deal with any number of clients from hell. In its own way, these stories tend to bring us together as a community. We can swap tales of disaster and have a laugh about them after all is said and done.
I recently added hard disk to my FreeBSD based server. How do I configure an encrypted ZFS pool to store data on this disk? How can I add encrypted ZFS pool on FreeBSD 11.x server?Introduction: […]
How can I add or delete cron jobs on my wifi router powered by Asuswrt Merlin firmware? How do I add cron job on Asuswrt Merlin Wifi router using command line?Introduction: Asuswrt-Merlin is an enhanced […]
Landing a new client is one of the great joys of being a freelance designer. It means finally taking on an exciting paid project and also putting food on the table. That said, figuring out what the new project entails and just how much food will be on your table can be a frustrating mess.
If your website enables users to have their own accounts, then passwords are an important part of both security and the UI. You’ll certainly want users to adopt strong passwords to make things more difficult on hackers. But there are also some little touches you can add to a password field that improve usability. Plus, you wouldn’t want to treat your login area as an afterthought.
Every year it seems like there’s more web development and UX conferences. They include a bunch of speakers who share the latest industry happenings with frontend development, user experience and general web design.
Just as the freelance industry is exploding with undiscovered, talented (and some not so talented) people, the myths that come with it are thriving as well. It’s funny how I even get to hear opposite views about this profession. While Nancy believes freelancers make tons of money in no time, Drew says that they are barely able to pay their bills and taxes. Jennifer claims that you have all the time on your hands, but then Ross stated that the work and stress never ends. Who to believe?
What happens when you combine the principles of great design with the innovations of technology and science? Well, that is just what Google did, and created the concept of Material Design.