Browsing Category: web design

  • Building Your Own Personal Learning Curriculum — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Kirsty is an ex-journalist, ex-bid-manager who’s now on her third career as a developer. She specializes in making mobile apps using React Native. More about Kirsty ↬ As developers, we’re constantly learning new languages and frameworks. But how can you structure this learning to ensure maximum benefit while still progressing? Here’s how …

    02/19/2021
  • Context And Variables In The Hugo Static Site Generator — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Kristian does web development and writing as part of the team behind the Tower Git client. Based on an island in Southwest Finland, he enjoys running, reading … More about Kristian ↬ In this article, we take a look at the topic of context and variables in Hugo, a popular static site …

    02/18/2021
  • Useful DevTools Tips And Shortcuts (Chrome, Firefox, Edge) — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. When he is not writing or speaking at a conference, he’s most probably running … More about Vitaly ↬ DevTools is very advanced and helpful, but can also be very intimidating and overwhelming. Let’s fix that. In this article, Vitaly …

    02/16/2021
  • Optimizing Video For Size And Quality — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Doug leads developer relations at api.video, studying the intersection of media and web performance. A Google Developer Expert and the author of O’Reilly’s … More about Doug ↬ Adding video to your application can increase customer engagement and satisfaction. But the exact opposite can occur when there are issues with the video …

    02/15/2021
  • Form Design Masterclass — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Adam Silver is an interaction designer focused on design systems and inclusive design. He loves to help organizations deliver products and services so that … More about Adam ↬ A couple of weeks ago, we organized a Form Design Masterclass, an online workshop with Adam Silver alongside 81 friendly and smart people. …

    02/15/2021
  • What Saul Bass Can Teach Us About Web Design — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Frederick O’Brien is a freelance journalist who conforms to most British stereotypes. His interests include American literature, graphic design, sustainable … More about Frederick ↬ Film credits, brand logos, posters… Saul Bass did it all, and the principles that informed his work are just as valuable now as they were 50 years …

    02/12/2021
  • Building A Web App With React, Redux And Sanity.io — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Ifeanyi Dike is a full-stack developer in Abuja, Nigeria. He’s the team lead at Sterling Digitals Limited but also open to more opportunities and … More about Ifeanyi ↬ Headless CMS is a powerful and easy way to manage content and access API. Built on React, Sanity.io is a seamless tool for …

    02/11/2021
  • Getting The Most Out Of Git — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Tobias Günther is the Co-founder of Tower, the popular Git desktop client that helps more than 100,000 developers around the world to be more productive with … More about Tobias ↬ In this article, Tobias explores some of the less known but very useful features in Git. You’ll learn how to recover …

    02/09/2021
  • What’s Next For HTML Controls? — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Drew is a Staff Engineer specialising in Frontend at Snyk, as well as being a co-founder of Notist and the small content management system Perch. Prior to this, … More about Drew ↬ In this episode, we’re talking about HTML controls. Why are they so hard to style, and how might that …

    02/09/2021
  • Managing CSS Z-Index In Large Projects — Smashing Magazine

    About The Author Steven Frieson is a front end developer who loves to solve problems for people, whether they’re website users or fellow developers. He is interested in many … More about Steven ↬ Wrangling z-index values is a difficult task for many developers. Here is an easy-to-implement mini-framework based on existing conventions that brings …

    02/08/2021