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  • Community Projects
    CodePen Challenge #3: Favorite Google Font PairsCodepen challenge 3
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    Another month, another CodePen Challenge! Last time we asked you to style a signup form and a whopping 68 of you took part. This time we want to see which Google font combinations you recommend–the best examples will be showcased in a week or so!Read More…
  • Animation
    Sign on the Dotted Line: Finishing Your Animation With Waypoints Sig 3
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    In the previous tutorial we animated an SVG signature using CSS. It’s a great effect, making it appear as though the words are being written right there on the screen. In this tutorial we’ll take things further and use Waypoints to trigger the animation when we choose.Read More…
  • Animation
    Sign on the Dotted Line: Animating Your Own SVG SignatureSig 1
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    Animating the stroke of an SVG is perfect for simulating handwriting. Over the course of two tutorials we’re going to use CSS animation to make a signature neatly appear to be written, as though you’re signing the page yourself.Read More…
  • Tools
    Choosing the Right Website Builder for Your NeedsBuilder
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    Websites needn’t always be complicated affairs and many tools today aim to bring the creation process to a wider audience than just those who can code. They haven’t always had an easy ride, but website builders such as Squarespace are very highly regarded these days, even among web design professionals.Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    New Course: Understanding Responsive ImagesResponsive images
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    We all want our images to display at the best possible quality, with optimal file size, on different devices, but achieving that is easier said than done. There are many different techniques for making images responsive, but some of them have serious downsides, such as limited browser support. In this course you’ll learn everything you need to know to get started with responsive images. Read More…
  • Blog
    Tuts+ and Global InfluencesGlobalinfluences
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    The Tuts+ audience is massive and most importantly, it's international. So while the Envato head office is in Melbourne, Australia, we aim to provide content to everywhere with a screen and internet connection.Read More…
  • Glossary
    Web Design Glossary: What is “Affordance”?Affordance
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    The term “affordance” is one you’ll hear often in the world of web design. It regularly appears in tutorials on Tuts+ too, so this article will serve as a definition just to clear up any doubts.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Hosting Your Website After DeathPreview partone
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    Want to host your WordPress site for a hundred years? It's an impossibly difficult undertaking. Let's explore the gaps technologists have left themselves in planning our digital legacy.Read More…
  • HTML5
    Quick Tip: Using the HTML5 “download” AttributePreview tag download1
    529 shares
    Creating a download link in HTML is straightforward; add an anchor tag and point to the file within the href attribute. Some file types, however, won’t be downloaded. They, instead, will be opened in the browser. In this case consider using the “download” attribute.Read More…
  • Blog
    Updates to the Envato Privacy PolicyPrivacy
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    We're about to make some changes to our privacy policy. Find out when and what this means for you.Read More…
  • Agile
    A Designer’s Introduction to “Agile” MethodologyPos
    189 shares
    “Agile” is a peculiar industry term for designers who have never worked in the software space. It’s a phrase which gets used a lot by employers and recruiters, but what is it exactly? The following is from my perspective working within the industry and looks at what you need to know as a designer within this space.Read More…
  • TimelineMax
    TimelineMax: Controlling Playback With addPause()Gsap 04
    85 shares
    In this tutorial we’ll learn how to control animations, on demand, using a method called addPause(). Ready? Set? … slight pause … Let’s go! Read More…
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  •  bright

    Preprocessors have become a staple part of the web designer’s diet; LESS being one of the more popular options available. The learning curve for working with preprocessors is nice and gradual, allowing you to use as many or as few of the features as you’re comfortable with. In this series we’re going to turn up the heat. Over the course of several in-depth tutorials we’ll take you from LESS beginner to LESS pro.

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  • Cli basics

    This series, by Kezz Bracey, isn’t about “how to run obscure commands for tasks you never do.” Nor is it a “complicated dev process made easy for designers” type of a deal. This is a series specifically for web designers, showing you how to utilize command line tools that are incredibly useful specifically for web design projects.

    Once you start bringing the command line into your design processes it’ll open up a whole new world of options, save huge swathes of your precious time, and, we promise, you’ll never look back.

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  • Timelinemax

    TimelineMax is part of the GreenSock Animation Platform and helps you animate for the web. Using TimelineMax you can control animation sequences of “anything JavaScript can touch” (such as CSS properties and SVG) though you don’t need to be a JavaScript God to use it! 

    This series will take you from the very basics, introducing the TimelineMax library and its basic syntax, through to mechanics, tweens, bezier curves and plenty more. Along the way we’ll use practical demos to help you get stuck in.

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