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A bit of visual inspiration for a Friday: abstract, animated square GIF loops, from a 4-colour palette. Go: http://9-squares.tumblr.com
An international collaboration of 9 different designer/animators. Each designer creates an abstract,...
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An interesting pattern: as you read a page, the nav becomes a loading bar, indicate how far you've read it already. http://www.nat-geo.ru/planet/33978-kharakternye-priznaki/#full
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NGT отправился в ;Шотландию, чтобы исследовать замки, где обитают привидения, услышать бесконечные легенды и ;мифы. Заодно мы ;заглянули в ;тюремный барак к ;полтергейсту адвоката Маккензи.
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Smart technique: Enable primary action only when the document is ready. http://littlebigdetails.com/post/116376890887/dropbox-enables-primary-action-only-when-the
Dropbox - Enables primary action only when the document is ready. Queuing the user to interact. /via Andrew
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Let's build a user-friendly archive page for WordPress: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/04/16/building-custom-wordpress-archive-page/
The standard way in which WordPress approaches the archive is far from user-friendly. Karol K shows how to build an archive page that’s actually useful.
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Well, it's not that difficult after all: Multi-layer effects with CSS clip paths, filters and blend modes. http://demosthenes.info/blog/1012/MultiLayer-Effects-With-CSS-Clip-Paths-Filters-and-Blend-Modes
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It's great to see some insights into the workflow behind a redesign. A brilliant case study on redesgining CodePen: http://codepen.seesparkbox.com
February 2015. How It All Got Started. Sparkbox and CodePen have had many awesome conversations over the years. We've laughed together at conferences, and Sparkboxers are huge fans of CodePen as a product. After several conversations, the natural evolution of combining forces for an amazing ...
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Bugs or no bugs, Sketch has become the best tool for UI design — including RWD. http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/04/17/using-sketch-for-responsive-web-design-case-study/
If you’re a member of the web or UI design community, it’s been hard to avoid talking about Sketch over the last year. The launch of this design app shook up an industry dominated by Adobe for more than two decades, and it has caused an ongoing debate about whether Sketch is better than Photoshop and Illustrator (and Fireworks).
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Good to know. HTTP/2 is much faster than SPDY thanks to dependency-based prioritization. http://blog.kazuhooku.com/2015/04/dependency-based-prioritization-makes.html
Background HTTP/2 provides two methods to prioritize streams (e.g. files being served). One method is called weight-based prioritization. In weight-based prioritization, every stream is given a weight, and the value is used b...
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A list of common git problems with solutions (e.g. reverting a single file to a previous commit): http://41j.com/blog/2015/02/common-git-screwupsquestions-solutions/ (via @simevidas)
I was looking to learn a bit more about the parts of git I’ve not ventured into yet. What better way that looking the most common ways people screw them up and how to fix the resulting problems! Here’s a short list, compiled from my own experience and issues I’ve come across on the Internet. …
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Clever: "If you select legal information, the highlighted background shows a German flag because it’s made in Germany." http://littlebigdetails.com/post/116382600024/random-password-generator-if-you-select-legal
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A quite creamy script, Vanille Fy. Freely available for commercial and private projects. https://www.behance.net/gallery/25279593/Vanille-fy-Font-Free-Download
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