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✎ This one took ages to prepare. Transforming Lufthansa’s Brand: From The Online To Interactive Age, A Case Study. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/transforming-lufthansa-brand-style-guides-implementation-strategy/
A special case study on Lufthansa's branding strategy on building a living style guide and digital management assets.
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Hear, hear, SmashingConf San Francisco is near! ;-) A friendly event where you’ll learn something!
http://smashingconf.com/sf-2016/
Smashing Conference San Francisco 2016, April 5–6
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✎ Automatically Art-Directed Responsive Images? Here You Go. Some solutions and techniques by yours truly. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/automatically-art-directed-responsive-images-go/
In many projects, responsive images aren’t a technical issue but a strategic concern. Can we automate art-direction at all? Sure, here's a solution.
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✎ So what’s happened in the web industry last week? A weekly review, with HTTP status codes, Sass and a new clearfix. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/web-development-reading-list-123/
This week I mostly spent time on fixing bugs, improving a deployment workflow and on getting another new front-end project structured. One major takeaway from this was that it’s good to have a proper deployment workflow in place already in the early stages of a project. To document appropriately in git what has been done in a commit instead of sleazily writing “changed because of ”. By doing so, it becomes easier for myself, or someone else, t...
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✎ Let’s play a game, shall we? JavaScript AI For An HTML Sliding Tiles Puzzle. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/javascript-ai-html-sliding-tiles-puzzle/
Learn how to develop a sliding tiles puzzle and an artificial intelligence capable of finding a solution with the minimum number of moves to the goal.
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✎ Let’s write next generation reusable JavaScript modules in ECMAScript 6, a tutorial by Jim Cowart. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/writing-next-generation-reusable-javascript-modules/
A tutorial on how to create a JavaScript package written in ES6 that's usable with CommonJS, asynchronous module definition (AMD) or browser global modules.
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✎ It’s freebies time! Home Appliance and Real Estate icon set (72 Icons, AI, EPS, Sketch). https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/freebie-home-appliance-and-real-estate-icons/
72 free real estate and home appliances icons, in 4 sizes and in 8 formats: AI, CSH, EPS, SVG, PDF, PNG, Sketch and Webfont. Free for commercial projects.
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✎ If you're really into JavaScript, stop and read this. “Hardware Hacking With JavaScript.” https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/hardware-hacking-with-javascript-internet-of-things/
This article covers the basics of how to get started building for your own Internet of Things (IoT) devices using JavaScript, with a bit of Node.js.
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✎ Nothing is perfect on the web, and our design mock-ups need dynamic content. Handy tools. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/design-mock-ups-need-dynamic-content-tools-plugins/
Nothing is perfect on the web, so our mock-ups shouldn't pretend that it is. Some helpful tools and plugins for using dynamic content in our deliverables.
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We’ve got a few lovely conferences coming up this year. We’d love to meet you, you know ;-) https://www.smashingmagazine.com/smashing-workshops/ 
Quality matters. We craft intimate, valuable, affordable and hands-on conferences and workshops to improve skills and learn smart techniques from experts.
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✎ Seriously, drop everything you do and read this article by Lyza Danger Gardner. “Making A Service Worker: A Case Study.” https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/02/making-a-service-worker/
Use Service worker to make the website function offline, increase online performance by reducing network requests and provide customized offline fallback.
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An online magazine for professional Web designers and developers with focus on valuable techniques, best practices and useful resources for the Web design community.
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Smashing Magazine is an online magazine for professional Web designers and developers with focus on valuable techniques, best practices and useful resources for the Web design community.

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That's what we do:
  • Smashing eBooks — We care about quality content and work hard to make the reading experience of our readers as convenient as possible. Our articles on Web design and Web development are presented in a regular way on Smashing Magazine, but they are all the more carefully edited, reviewed and curated for our ad-free eBooks—according to our quality standards and publishing policy.
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  • Smashing Jobs — The Smashing Job Board is where you might want your job search to begin, no matter if you are looking or offering.
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