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✎ A couple of useful techniques on how to minimize content shifting on page load: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/ways-to-reduce-content-shifting-on-page-load/
In this article, we will share techniques to minimize this content shifting.
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✎ Those animations could be fancier, you know. On Upgrading CSS Animation With Motion Curves. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/css-animations-motion-curves/
There is UI animation, and then there is good UI animation. Good animation makes you go “Wow!” — it’s smooth, beautiful and, most of all, natural, not blocky, rigid or robotic. If you frequent Dribbble or UpLabs, you’ll know what I am talking about. With so many amazing designers creating such beautiful animations, any developer would naturally want to recreate them in their own projects. Now, CSS does provide some presets for transition-timin...
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✎ What’s going on in the industry? Living style guides, XSS attacks in forms, offline storage for web apps. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/web-development-reading-list-150/
There is a lot to learn this week. It starts with non-technical things like going for a walk to refresh your mind and finishes with how to prevent reverse XSS attacks in forms. But it doesn’t matter whether you learn how to build self-contained web components using the new specification or to maximize the efficiency of your Angular 2 app or just how you can write less code. What matters is that you keep asking questions and that you try to get...
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✎ New web dev reading list is out! With CSS dynamic colors, refactoring CSS and CSP hashing: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/web-development-reading-list-149/
Even though we think everything happens in real-time nowadays, we need patience. While technology has been capable of real-time for long now, the “bottleneck” are human beings. Whether it’s a pull request that’s waiting for review since days or weeks or an email response, we need to keep in mind that delays might happen for a good reason. Different people have different priorities, they might be focusing on something else at the moment, or the...
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✎ Let's take a closer look at experience design essentials, such as animated microinteractions in mobile apps.
https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/experience-design-essentials-animated-microinteractions-in-mobile-apps/
Dariel Fitzkee, the famous magician, once said, “Magic is both in the details and in the performance.” Interaction design is just like that. Designers love to get the big picture right, but if the details aren’t handled properly, the solution will fail. The magic is all in the details. That’s why well-designed microinteractions make experiences feel crafted. To get a better understanding of how your design benefits from microinteractions, it w...
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React Native can help you make iOS and Android apps with a shared code base, without sacrifices in quality. Clayton Anderson takes a glimpse into the future with React Native for Web...
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✎ What’s new in our industry? Microinteraction UX, Feature Policy And Passport.js. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/web-development-reading-list-151/
In the last few years, I’ve seen a lot of code. As a freelancer working on multiple big projects with a lot of people, you’ll inevitably see all varieties of code styles. But I also realized how much writing JavaScript changed over the past years. Having learned JavaScript before ES6 was there, a great mentor (Hans Christian Reinl) taught me the most important lesson: Always write clean, understandable code. Avoid ternary operators, declare va...
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✎ So you want to localize your app for Chinese market? Guidelines and things to know: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/five-rules-app-localization-china-money-dating-app-store/
I recently sat down with Rock Zhang, a Chinese mobile entrepreneur. Rock is my classmate from business school, and we have both worked in the mobile industry for a while. In an age when the best marketing is good product management, Rock knows how to make millions of Chinese users fall in love with an app. I asked him to share his thoughts on app localization. For me, China has always been a hard market to crack. I’ve marketed several mobile a...
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✎ "Design critiques for UIs need to be performed throughout the entire product design and development process."
https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/running-a-ui-design-critique/
A good design critique is meant to explore the design, find where it is working and where it could be improved. If done well, design critiques allow everyone on the team to feel as if they have been heard and allow clients to give valuable feedback.
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✎ What is a progressive web app exactly, why should you build progressive web apps, and how to build your first one: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/a-beginners-guide-to-progressive-web-apps/
What is a progressive web app exactly, why should you build progressive web apps, and how to build your first one
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✎ Developers “Own” The Code, So Shouldn’t Designers “Own” The Experience? By Andy Budd. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/developers-own-code-should-designers-own-experience/
In this article, Andy Budd elaborates on respecting the skills and experiences of both designers and developers among each other.
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✎ New web dev reading list is out! With browser news, CSS color syntax change, and hidden expectations: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/08/web-development-reading-list-148/
I shut down my browser on Wednesday, accidentally having a setting switched on that clears history and all sessions. First, I was sad to have lost many tabs with articles I stored “for later”. At the same time, it felt refreshing, liberating to have a clean browser window with zero tabs open. So my new goal is to start work in the morning with a completely clean browser window at least once a week. In other news: I spent several hours fixing bro...
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