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- Typeface designers regularly face questions about how fonts are created, and rightly so I would think. It is fairly understandable for this obscure profession to appear somewhat mystifying to the vast majority of people — most folks have probably never even pondered the existence of a font or where it might come from.
- Sometimes, I wonder if we should screen usability testing participants based on their fashion sense. Certainly, this user wouldn’t have made it into this session. But we didn’t and here she is.
- Rachel Andrew writes about her involvement with the CSS Working Group, and why she feels it is important that web developers understand what is being worked on in CSS, and have a way to offer feedback.
- Motion helps make UIs expressive and easy to use. Despite having so much potential, motion is perhaps the least understood of all the design disciplines. This may be due to it being one of the newer members of the UI design family.
- Add a little art to your web design with the watercolor trend. Watercolor techniques are a popular design option because they are fun, easy to use and work with a variety of different types of content.
- Design has changed the way of approaching to any problem and in the future, it is going to change even more radically. I have few thoughts on how the design field is going to change and the question is are we ready to adept to this design future?
- Space is a basic approach in web design, as it can bring a lot of difference to all the elements on the page. In this post, we clarify the importance of negative space and share tips on how to use it right in web design.
- Details are often the most interesting aspects of a product. Little details make up the product as the whole. But no matter what these details are — preloaders, icons, or error pages — they must complement the general look and feel of your app.
- Color fonts are poised to take over the graphic design world in 2018, but what exactly are they, and how can you use them?