Today’s Five

  • Freebie: Wayfinding Icon Sets (164 Icons, PNG, SVG, AI, EPS)

    Whenever we visit new places, we often need to quickly navigate and find the right direction. As a result, wayfinding has become an integral part of modern architecture. Navigation can be accompanied by icons for intuitive perception, and if you want to help people navigate more effectively, then intuitive visuals are a great place to […]

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  • Modern Fluid Typography Using CSS Clamp

    The concept of fluid typography in web development has been present for years, and developers had to rely on various workarounds to make it work in the browser. With the new CSS clamp function, creating fluid typography has never been more straightforward. Usually, when we implement responsive typography, values change on specific breakpoints. They are […]

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  • Ten Tips For Aspiring Designer Beginners (Part 2)

    Since you’re probably coming from Part 1, you may already know that I’ve been living and breathing user interface and product design for just over a decade now and had no one (or to be more exact, very few people) to guide me in the right direction. In this article, I’d like to continue to […]

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  • Building A Web Code Editor

    An online web code editor is most useful when you do not have the opportunity to use a code editor application, or when you want to quickly try out something on the web with your computer or even your mobile phone. This is also an interesting project to work on because having the knowledge of […]

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  • How To Hire For Digital Accessibility Roles

    I’m currently the Head of Services at Fable, a company that connects organizations to people with disabilities to make user research, design, and development more inclusive. Because of the nature of the work we do, we have many accessibility roles within our company and we also work directly with people in accessibility roles at companies […]

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