Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “We live in a hyper-connected world where things don’t seem to have happened unless you post about them. An emotion hardly seems validated until it’s been shared with others online. On average, we spend a quarter of our lives online. For people we never met in person, all they know… Continue reading Digital death, neurodesign, Notion AI, Figma automated UI builder
How and Why to Optimize Images On the Site?
Everyone who runs a website knows that the loading speed is the most important factor for high convension, especially, if this is an online market. Studies made by Walmart clearly show that the longer it takes to load the page, the less operations made on the site by potential customers, because no one simply wants… Continue reading How and Why to Optimize Images On the Site?
Scrollify – Create Smooth Snapping Scroll Layout Easily
Snapping scroll is one of a popular layout in web design, it makes sure user is scrolling to the correct screnn by automatically scrolling to the right position. Usually the website layout is divided into different section and each section is made to be 100% width and height so it would scroll and fit into… Continue reading Scrollify – Create Smooth Snapping Scroll Layout Easily
How to Draw Trees
What You’ll Be Creating Trees seem like one of the few things that are easy to draw. However, if you know nothing about drawing, you may either go too simple… … or too literal: Neither of these is what a real tree looks like. The first is a symbol of a tree, and the other… Continue reading How to Draw Trees
Weekly News for Designers Week 8
New Resources & Tools Bricks.js – A blazing fast masonry layout generator for fixed width elements. Imperfect Buttons – “Hand-Drawn” border effect on buttons with CSS border-radius. 30 Projects in 30 Days to Learn Swift – A self taught project to learn Swift from Allen Wang. Editor Color Schemes – A collection of color schemes… Continue reading Weekly News for Designers Week 8
5 useful methods on how to organize SASS files for large projects
Organising SASS files in a large project can be a real pain. If not properly organized, you will experience a lot of pain later in the project when you need to change or redo stuff. So, how do we organize SASS files? There is no only method but I have seem some examples that serve… Continue reading 5 useful methods on how to organize SASS files for large projects
A Comparison of Methods for Building Mobile-Optimized Websites
There’s a debate over which technique of creating mobile-ready websites is the best. Google advocates creating responsive web designs, while Jakob Nielsen, a renowned usability consultant, endorses the creation of dedicated mobile sites (but he was subsequently slammed by some web designers). A third option is also gaining in popularity, where the web server renders… Continue reading A Comparison of Methods for Building Mobile-Optimized Websites