• My Design Process Of The Cover Design For Smashing Magazine Print Issue #1

    My Design Process Of The Cover Design For Smashing Magazine Print Issue #1My Design Process Of The Cover Design For Smashing Magazine Print Issue #1 Veerle Pieters 2019-09-18T12:30:59+02:002019-09-19T01:36:48+00:00Back in 2016, Vitaly Friedman asked me to design the cover and layout for a printed version of Smashing Magazine, a magazine for web designers and developers. The […]

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  • A Pain-Free Workflow For Issue Reporting And Resolution

    A Pain-Free Workflow For Issue Reporting And ResolutionA Pain-Free Workflow For Issue Reporting And Resolution Suzanne Scacca 2019-09-17T14:00:59+02:002019-09-18T01:35:13+00:00(This is a sponsored post.) Errors, bugs and other issues are bound to arise in web development. Even if they aren’t outright errors, clients often have feedback about how something was designed, where it was placed or how […]

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  • Monthly Web Development Update 9/2019: Embracing Basic And Why Simple Is Hard

    Monthly Web Development Update 9/2019: Embracing Basic And Why Simple Is HardMonthly Web Development Update 9/2019: Embracing Basic And Why Simple Is Hard Anselm Hannemann 2019-09-13T13:17:00+02:002019-09-14T01:34:47+00:00Editor’s note: Please note that this is the last Monthly Web Development Update in the series. You can still follow the Web Development Reading List on Anselm’s site at https://wdrl.info. […]

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  • A Re-Introduction To Destructuring Assignment

    A Re-Introduction To Destructuring AssignmentA Re-Introduction To Destructuring Assignment Laurie Barth 2019-09-12T14:00:59+02:002019-09-13T01:35:00+00:00If you write JavaScript you’re likely familiar with ES2015 and all the new language standards that were introduced. One such standard that has seen incredible popularity is destructuring assignment. The ability to “dive into” an array or object and reference something inside of it […]

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  • Moving Your JavaScript Development To Bash On Windows

    Moving Your JavaScript Development To Bash On WindowsMoving Your JavaScript Development To Bash On Windows Burke Holland 2019-09-11T12:30:59+02:002019-09-12T01:37:43+00:00I’m one of those people who can’t live without their Bash terminal. This sole fact has made it difficult for me to do frontend work on Windows. I work at Microsoft and I’m on a Mac. It wasn’t […]

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  • Webflow: The Web Development Platform Of The Future

    Webflow: The Web Development Platform Of The FutureWebflow: The Web Development Platform Of The Future Nick Babich 2019-09-10T12:30:59+02:002019-09-11T01:38:03+00:00(This is a sponsored article.) Time-to-market plays a crucial role in modern web design. Most product teams want to minimize the time required to go from the idea to a ready-to-use product without sacrificing the quality of the […]

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  • Machine Learning For Front-End Developers With Tensorflow.js

    Machine Learning For Front-End Developers With Tensorflow.jsMachine Learning For Front-End Developers With Tensorflow.js Charlie Gerard 2019-09-09T14:00:59+02:002019-09-10T01:35:52+00:00Machine learning often feels like it belongs to the realm of data scientists and Python developers. However, over the past couple of years, open-source frameworks have been created to make it more accessible in different programming languages, including JavaScript. In […]

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  • Smashing Magazine Is Thirteen!

    Smashing Magazine Is Thirteen!Smashing Magazine Is Thirteen! Rachel Andrew 2019-09-06T12:00:59+02:002019-09-07T01:37:00+00:00This week, Smashing Magazine turned thirteen years old. The web has changed a lot since Vitaly posted his first article back in 2006. The team at Smashing has changed too, as have the things that we bring to our community — with conferences, books, and our […]

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  • Inspired Design Decisions: Alexey Brodovitch

    Inspired Design Decisions: Alexey BrodovitchInspired Design Decisions: Alexey Brodovitch Andrew Clarke 2019-09-05T13:30:59+02:002019-09-06T01:34:48+00:00Before writing Art Direction for the Web, I began to study Alexey Brodovitch when I became fascinated by editorial and magazine design. I was drawn to his precision, in particular, the way Brodovitch brought photographs and text together. Then, I became intrigued by his […]

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  • Overflow And Data Loss In CSS

    Overflow And Data Loss In CSSOverflow And Data Loss In CSS Rachel Andrew 2019-09-04T12:30:59+02:002019-09-05T01:35:47+00:00CSS is designed to keep your content readable. If you consider an HTML document that is marked up with headings and paragraphs (with no CSS applied), it displays in the browser in a readable way. The headings are large and bold, and […]

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  • Automating Website Deployments Through Buddy

    Automating Website Deployments Through BuddyAutomating Website Deployments Through Buddy Leonardo Losoviz 2019-09-03T12:30:00+02:002019-09-04T01:35:01+00:00(This is a sponsored article.) Managing the deployment of a website used to be easy: It simply involved uploading files to the server through FTP and you were pretty much done. But those days are gone: Websites have gotten very complex, involving many tools […]

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  • Moving From Sketch To Figma: A Case Study Of Migrating Design Systems

    Moving From Sketch To Figma: A Case Study Of Migrating Design SystemsMoving From Sketch To Figma: A Case Study Of Migrating Design Systems Buzz Usborne 2019-09-02T12:30:59+02:002019-09-03T01:34:50+00:00For the past year, every time I got frustrated with Sketch, a colleague of mine suggested I try Figma. Then, when I wrote an article about building our design system […]

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