This Saturday our showcase consists of the freshest and useful tutorials and articles for web developers that we have collected here in order to save your precious time and make your workflow more fun and easy!
It is this crucial aspect that many designers forget to consider when designing for print. There are a number of problems that may pop up which can make your final product look different than what you intended. Here are just a few things to keep in mind if you want to be successful.
This article serves as a first step toward mastering SVG element animation. Included within are links to key resources for diving deeper, so bookmark this page and refer back to it throughout your journey toward SVG mastery.
“Just” makes me feel like an idiot. “Just” presumes I come from a specific background, studied certain courses in university, am fluent in certain technologies, and have read all the right books, articles, and resources.
The CSS Selectors system is the driving force behind the stylesheets of a Web page. The selector of a rule defines what elements or pseudo-elements get to be styled using that rule. The selectors language has advanced a lot lately and it allows a lot of complex constructs using tag names, ids, classes, pseudo-classes and so on.
In this article, we’ll cover the relationship between the mobile web and responsive design, starting with how to apply responsive design intelligently, why performance is so important in mobile, why responsive design should not be your website’s goal, and ending with the performance issues of the technique to help us understand the problem.
If you have to design an interface it’s almost obvious to think to begin the process by drawing. But is this the best way? I once casually started by writing an imagined human-computer conversation, and only afterwards I continued by drawing.
As web designers, we need to make sure we keep our skills fresh and up-to-date. We don’t need to follow every trend that comes along (like long shadows) but we do need to keep learning and improving our skills as the web grows and matures.
There is a buzz around CSS preprocessors—for e.g. Less, Sass, and Stylus—these days. I started using CSS preprocessors a couple of years ago. These preprocessors are used to add functionality to your original cascade style sheet (CSS) files.
If you love Bootstrap but get frustrated with the amount of work it takes to create a theme, you need to dive into LESS. It’s super easy to setup a library of LESS variables and mixins, include it in your base stylesheet, and use it throughout your CSS.
In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to animate a SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic) icon using CSS. This tutorial will give you valuable insight for using SVG as your preferred graphic format. Also, you can improve the UI and UX of your web applications by incorporating subtle animations into your SVG’s.
How do you colorize a video in the very same colors you use in your webdesign? Of course, in CSS. Now what do you do if you have different colors and want them to be reflected in your video? Yes, you animate it.
A fixed navigation that allows your users to access the menu at any time while they are experiencing your website. It’s smaller than a full-width fixed header, and replaces the back-to-top button with a smarter UX solution.
Hamburger buttons are used to symbolify hidden menus all across the world, but when I came across this pretty awesome transition of a hamburger button by CreativeDash, I challenged myself with recreating it HTML.
A tutorial that shows how to recreate the four tiles slideshow effect seen on the website of Serge Thoroval. Using 3D transforms, transitions and animations, the aim is to implement a smooth effect and add some variations.
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