webdev, ux, ui and design

webdev, ux and design


web and graphic design, user experience (ux) and usability, online fonts and typography, ui trends, front-end and back-end development, server management and tools to successfully build and manage your virtual real estate.

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saturday 1st, june 2024
"classes are not singular attributes, they represent groups of attributes. combining more than one class into an element creates more dependencies for that element..."
source: dfkaye.com format: text year: 2021 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
"if you've ever so much as peeked behind the curtain of web user interfaces before, you'll know what the class property is for. it's for connecting html to css, right? i'm here to tell you it's time for us to stop using it..."
source: keithcirkel.co.uk format: text year: 2022 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
friday 31st, may 2024
"computer science is changing at a breakneck pace. new trends and guidelines are emerging, determined not only by the development of new technologies but also by the needs of end users. therefore, to become a good developer, you first need to have an aptitude for it and a strong desire for self-development..."
source: stratoflow.com // arkadiusz krysik format: text year: 2022 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
"everyone knows you can use console.log() to log text and variables to the console. did you know you could also render (limited) css, svgs, and even html in it?!? i didn’t! it’s a neat technique that can delight the curious and further your brand for curious users..."
source: frontendmasters.com format: text year: 2024 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
"an interactive guide that is all about enhancing the target size area with css..."
source: ishadeed.com // ahmad shadeed format: text year: 2024 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
thursday 30th, may 2024
"turnstile confirms your web visitors are real, without using bothersome, unpopular captchas. what's more, our solution doesn't have the data privacy concerns that captchas thrust on users..."
source: cloudflare.com format: text cache:  n/a provided by: eric
"css is constantly evolving, and some cool and useful properties either go completely unnoticed or are not talked about as much as others for some reason or another. in this article, we’ll cover a fraction of those css properties and selectors..."
source: smashingmagazine.com // adrian bece format: text year: 2022 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
"one company found that too much javascript costs them $700,000 per year, per kilobyte. here's what alex russell says needs to change..."
source: thenewstack.io // loraine lawson format: text year: 2023 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
"the language of css has had an explosion of new features and improvements in the last few years. as a result, feature parity between browsers is at an all-time high, and efforts are being made to continue releasing features consistently and synchronously among evergreen browsers..."
source: moderncss.dev // stephanie eckles format: text year: 2024 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
"the right ui can elevate an application from functional to unforgettable, making the difference between a user who engages once and one who returns time and again..."
source: uxdesign.cc // taras bakusevych format: text year: 2024 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
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