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Redefining Lazy Loading With Lazy Load XT - Smashing Magazine
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From design to code: Creating an attractive header for your next project. Check out our latest tutorial.
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How To Streamline Creative Dialogue - Smashing Magazine
With this article, Thomas Joos shares his learnings after years of streamlining creative dialogue, and explains how he has managed to move away from confusing meetings and inefficient design efforts and toward constructive client interaction and spot-on projects with a great impact on business and customers.
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Learn about HTML Imports, what they are and how to use them. An article by Eiji Kitamura. http://go.fwp.li/1Fng1WS http://go.fwp.li/1Fng1WV
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30 CSS Puns That Prove Designers Have a Great Sense of Humor http://go.fwp.li/1w10ycg #FridayFun #CoderLife
The job of a web designer can be a real pain and frustrating one, but it is also a close-knit community with a healthy sense of humor. Take for instance CSS puns like this: In fact, you probably get this universal truth even if you aren’t a designer! You can ... Continue reading »
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365 awesome designers is a small project by WILD, where they post one designer each day for one year. http://go.fwp.li/1E1NdSo
365 awesome designers is a project by WILD, where they post one designer each day for one year.
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TETHR – THE MOST BEAUTIFUL IOS DESIGN KIT YOU'VE EVER SEEN... ALSO HAPPENS TO BE FREE. – by InVision
TETHR's the most beautiful UI kit you've ever seen: now for Sketch. Get it free from InVision: http://bit.ly/1qykMUo
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10 Criteria for Better Website Usability: Heuristics Cheat Sheet | AddThis Blog
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Designing For The Elderly: Ways Older People Use Digital Technology Differently via Smashing Magazine
Elderly people consistently excel in attention span, persistence and thoroughness. Jakob Nielsen has observed similar things, finding that 95% of seniors are “methodical” in their behaviors. This is significant in a world where the average person’s attention span has actually dropped below the level of a goldfish.
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How would God build a login dialog? Jeff Atwood shares his experience with building the login for Discourse.
09 Jan 2015. The God Login. I graduated with a Computer Science minor from the University of Virginia in 1992. The reason it's a minor and not a major is because to major in CS at UVa you had to go through the Engineering School, and I was absolutely not cut out for that kind of hardcore math ...
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Danny Markov shows you how to get started with Node-WebKit for creating a desktop app.
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Break down of using the :checked pseudo class and the adjacent sibling selector for showing conditional elements
As part of a tool I just wrote, I had the issue that one form field was dependent on another and I didn't want to go the full way and create the field on demand with JavaScript but keep it to CSS. You can see the result here: showing and hiding extra form fields when a checkbox is activated ...
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FWPolice is a website, developed by the team that brought you Geekius, that focuses on providing freebies (free downloadable content) for the Adobe Fireworks software. To most of the world, Adobe Fireworks has been set aside and not taken advantage of. In fact when Smashing Magazine ran an article talking about the new features of Adobe Fireworks CS5, most people had no clue what this software was.   This got most designers who does use and love the software thinking:

How could we bring Adobe Fireworks to the lime-light? How can we show that, if used properly, Adobe Fireworks can be a powerful tool as Adobe Photoshop?

That’s where several free resource websites such as this was born. Most users around the world learn from experimenting/playing around with with the software. What better way to experiment than with free project source file?

FWPolice is comprised of several named designers from the Adobe Fireworks community who wants to show what a wonderful tool Adobe Fireworks can be. We have worked with this software since it was being developed by Macromedia to compete with the Adobe Photoshop designs and are still developing top-of-the-line designs today with this same Fireworks (different editions of’course). We simply love this tool and we believe it deserves just as much love as other software gets.

So what is FWPolice? Simple, it’s a community developed to help bring Adobe Fireworks to the lime-light by providing free, high-quality resources.