Dark mode has gained a lot of traction recently. Like Apple, for instance, has added dark mode to its iOS and MacOS operating systems. Windows and Google have done the same.
In this post, we’ll go over how to design a website step-by-step. From defining your website scope to launching and scaling, we’ll cover it all. Read full article at webflow Blog https://bit.ly/3cBPCLp Keywords: design a website, web design, designer, developer, development, web developer
Today we invite you to review five basic types of images that users come across most on web pages and consider the benefits of each type.
Let’s dive into web design resources and tools to make your projects easier and finish faster. This isn’t an exhaustive list, nor is it meant to be… The purpose here isn’t to give you a list of everything available so when you actually need a resource you’re completely overwhelmed and lose hours looking into each one. Rather this list of resources is meant for you to actually use which is why you’ll find no more than 5 resources and tools per category. So bookmark this list for future reference and let’s get started!
Design & Dev Tuesday: The Ultimate Guide to Fixing and Troubleshooting the Most Common WordPress Errors
WordPress errors on your site are no joke. While some may cause only minor inconveniences, others can result in major problems. Downtime, failed updates and installations, and missing resources can prevent visitors from accessing or using your site. This hurts your credibility and potentially affects your income.
Discover why front-end performance matters, how to measure your web application performance, and what tools you should use to collect these relevant metrics.
If you’re a front-end developer, you’re probably wondering what the hype is around ‘serverless’. The term is a bit misleading: it still involves servers. Chris Coyier breaks it down with everything you need to know about running your code on a cloud of your choice — with a list of resources, services, and ideas on how to test the waters on all things serverless.
This is a guide that everyone can use to learn about the practice of front-end development. It broadly outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering: how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it in 2019.
Design audits have gained popularity in recent years, and for good reason. Let’s break down the components of a design audit, then dive into how to do one of your own. Read full article at phase mag – http://bit.ly/2UUauSB Keywords: design audits, design collaboration, design process, web developer, designer, design
Here’s a look at the history of website building in infographic format. (It’s pretty amazing to think of how far we’ve come since 1990.)