Smashing Magazine recently compiled a shortlist of 66 podcasts that web designers and developers should be listening to, while UXcellence’s ‘rather comprehensive collection of design podcasts’ includes no less than 101 shows.
One of the most important realizations when working in the digital field is that you can never stop learning.
One of the coolest things about SVG is that, despite all the powerful stuff it can do, it’s still readable code.
SXSW Interactive remains a multimedia experience to behold. But outside of the app demos, interactive activations (Westworld, anyone?), and keynote speakers, there remains one constant: The posters that overwhelm the streets of Austin, the convention center, and nearly every tapped and untapped space on 6th Street.
It’s been an interesting trend the last few years to start seeing companies be very vocal about how much the value design.
CSS is the language that styles websites. It controls the colors, the layout, the fonts… pretty much everything concerned with the look of the site.
Have you ever wondered why you don’t find job advertisements for user experience developers?
I was sitting around in the lobby of a hotel at An Event Apart show with Jeremey Keith one time.
Your photo portfolio, made easy Getting a portfolio right is hard to do. Choosing the best examples of your work is an aesthetic battle of attrition with yourself.
The holidays are coming! I don’t know about y’all, but my family always tells me I’m so hard to buy for.
Looking back on the last decade of screen UI design tooling, it sort of feels like this is how it went: Adobe rules over this kingdom with Photoshop and Illustrator, along comes Sketch, Sketch takes massive bite out of the market and designers rejoice.
There is a new business buzzword in town. From the board rooms of IBM to General Electric, executives are talking about this mysterious new business methodology called design thinking.
The online world is rapidly evolving. Web users are demanding more.
This past December, CSS turned 20 years old. That’s straight from the horses mouth, and Alec rounded up a few highlights here, as well.
Initially released on December 17, 1996, CSS is celebrating its 20th year of being an essential web style language.
2017 has started off by slowly drifting away from the stoic design trends of minimalism, monochromatic layouts, and the omnipresent flat design.