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Awesome Star Wars fun.
We love to get creative here at Superfi. As seen with our Apple and The Beatles collaboration, our Desperate Movie Sequels piece and our music/video game mash-up, we often like to create things that are a little out of the ordinary. Oh, and that's almost forgetting our Hipster Album Generator.
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A good, comfortable font size is also necessary for setting readable text. This rule is old news. But given the number of responsive websites out there that make text too small or too big in order to achieve an ideal measure, the rule bears repeating.
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No way! More jQuery!
rome Customizable date (and time) picker. Opt-in UI, no jQuery! Categories: datepicker. Replaces: jquery-ui · underline.js Pushing the boundary of browser typography rendering! Categories: animation. Replaces: jquery-underline · rangy A cross-browser JavaScript range and selection library ...
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Good writing tips.
There are plenty of folks happy to tell you how to write better, just as any doctor will tell you to “eat right and exercise.” But changing your writing (or eating) habits only happens when you understand why you do what you do. I can help you with that. That proposal or email you wrote must now compete for … Continue reading 10 top writing tips and the psychology behind them →
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Ahh. A new browser …
This week Microsoft introduced its new browser, Edge, the project that had formerly been known as Project Spartan. Much has been made of its Hub feature, and t
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Living style guides help front-end developers transform front-end code bases into well-described pattern libraries with the minimum of effort. But to make them really efficient, we need to choose the proper tools — so let’s have a closer look at what our community has to offer.
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I'm not familiar with the terminal line languages these tools use. I do like how Fabricator and Barebones look, some of it can definitely be adapted for Pannos.

I think our use is unique, though because these all seem to be geared towards developers, whereas our case is more instructional and confined to only some components.
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We try.
By definition, Design is a method of problem solving. Design is not about creating something for your viewing pleasure. It’s about the challenge of so
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Clearing out my inbox. This looked good.
This article discusses which type of navigation menu is best suited to which content.
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Good forms. 
1. Thou shalt provide clear, always visible labels for each field There is a trend in web design to show form labels only when a field is focussed. This can be cool on a simple form like a username/password form, but for anything longer it is probably a bad idea. When you have the space to show labels, do so. Especially in a long form a user will review the input he or she entered; when you can’t read which field corresponds to which label there ...
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While web design has become a hot commodity in today’s competitive market, many clients still don’t have a clear understanding of what exactly they are try
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More discussion about design with lorem vs using real copy.
Jerry Cao is a UX content strategist at UXPin — the wireframing and prototyping app. To learn more about content-first design, download the free e-book Web UI Design for the Human ...
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