The year was 1995; Toy Story hit the theaters, kids were obsessively collecting little cardboard circles and Kiss From a Rose was being badly sung by everyone. I was a gangly ten-year-old, and like any other relatively tall kid I was often Read More
For a long time, web designers have been forced to create within the constraints of the rectangle. Most content on the web is still trapped in simple boxes because most creative ventures into non-rectangular layout end in frustration. That is Read More
An online test is using methods of neuroscience to analyse deep subconscious reactions to brand campaign visuals before the campaign launches, providing designers and advertising agencies with an alternative-testing tool to traditional user groups.
Digital production studio Saddington Baynes has teamed Read More
This semester’s end-of-year work by my students often exhibited lengthy body copy creeping alongside and under images, or images that were far too large next to snippets of microcopy.
Part of a designer’s job is Read More
UPDATED: Handwriting fonts are more popular than ever – here are 50 you can own for free.
If you need a handwriting font for your project, look no further. When we talk about handwriting fonts, we're not just referring to one Read More
One of the realities of the constant change in the web development world is that “best practices” are often hotly contested. One issue that the front end community doesn’t seem to have come to a consensus on yet is how Read More
You can see the approaching green. CSS Grid is coming to browsers, unprefixed and out from behind flags this year. This post is a round-up of questions I keep being asked about browser support and grid layout.
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More and more frequently I’m finding myself presenting data to clients. Wether it’s through code reviews or performance audits, taking a statistical look at code is an important part of my job, and it needs presenting to my clients in a Read More
The attribute selectors is a really useful feature to select an element without adding superfluous id or classes. As long as the targeted element has an attribute like href, src and type we don’t have to do so.
The attribute selectors actually have been around since CSS 2.1, and now with a few more Read More