hannah
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UI design is all about problem-solving. The result is an interface that’s simple, beautiful and easy to use. I’ve read quite a few UI design books over the years and they’ve definitely helped me gain a solid foundation in the principles of interface design. I love reading, but there are only so many hours in
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We all do certain things when we’re at home in our comfort zone, but can you imagine having the whole workday to let all your weird hang out? Working in an entirely remote company, we have a blast sharing the funny, frustrating, and often bizarre things that we do and encounter as remote workers. 1. Taking
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As web designers we’re all getting a bit bored of using the same old web-safe fonts. Do Arial, Verdana and Times New Roman sound familiar to you? Luckily it’s very simple to embed custom fonts in your website these days. There are plenty of different ways to do it including sIFR, Cufon and @font-face but
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There are many ways to keep your footer stuck to the bottom of the page, but the cleanest and most well tested method I have come across is CSS Sticky Footer. It’s very simple to implement, uses semantic code and has been tested in over 50 browsers. Keep your footer at the bottom of the
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When you’re building website templates, user interfaces or initial application prototypes there is often the need for placeholder images or dummy images. Rather than wasting time and effort finding and cropping custom images you can simply use a free image placeholder service that will automatically create an image for you with your specified dimensions. Here
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You are a seasoned UX/UI Designer. Photoshop and Illustrator are your weapons, and you master them to perfection. You produce the screens, icons, wireframes … in no time, and you wonder: why change? Why sacrifice my efficiency and my workflows well established to the benefit of a new tool, which will have to learn and tame,