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An Approach to a Responsive Design Project

Recently, I was responsible for writing a brief presentation on responsive web design. In my research, I found there are […]

Cleaner Markup and Easier Maintenance with nth-child(n)

Cleaner markup and easier maintenance are advantages a coder gains with the wider acceptance of pseudo classes. The most useful […]

Root Element Sizing in CSS

CSS3 has provided developers with some great new tools. With child selectors, borders, and now animations it’s easy to miss […]

The Importance of iOS Color Management and Device Testing

Color. It is arguably one of the most important and noticeable elements of design. Color affects our everyday life through […]

Skeuomorph-a-what?

There has been an onslaught of smart devices released over the past year. All of these devices gain value from […]

Creating An SVG Sprite

The Challenge: With the combination of retina displays and RWD (responsive web design), traditional pixel-based sprites have become obsolete. Results […]

The Surprising Similarities Between Abstract Modernism and Flat UI Design

You have probably heard the common saying that history often repeats itself. Often, the concept of historic recurrence can be […]

UX Trends for Online Shopping

Online shopping has become the preferred shopping method for an increasing number of merchants. According to Forrester Research, total U.S. […]

Progressive Enhancement, Vroom

If a client asked you to travel 100 miles, that would be pretty enjoyable in a new Maserati. If that […]

UX Book Club – The Design of Everyday Things

Originally published in 1988, “The Design of Every Day Things” may be perceived as outdated. The objects, technologies, and devices […]

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