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  • Typography
    Finding the Mobile Typography Sweet SpotType
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    Let’s get serious about mobile typography; we all know that mobile is massive, and we can also agree that typography is super important within a design. Typography is a fundamental design element; personally, I prefer to start with it as I create any design because it helps set a good stage for the rest of the design. So let’s talk about how we can make our mobile typography the best it can be.Read More…
  • Quiz
    Quiz: Do You Understand SVG?Svg icon1
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    A quick quiz to test your knowledge of semantic HTML, based on the free short course Using SVG Sprites. Read More…
  • Internationalization
    Tips for Designing and Building a Multilingual WebsiteFlags2
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    Structuring a multilingual website can be pretty difficult. To help you get it right, I’m going to offer up some tips, and share some of our experiences at Tuts+ for going multilingual.Read More…
  • Form Design
    Learn the Rules of Great Form Design in Our New Short CourseWebforms
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    In this course you’ll learn the key rules for great form design. From how to organize form elements, to input lengths and types, to forms on mobile devices, this short course will set you on the right path to awesome forms and happy users.Read More…
  • Web Applications
    Connecting an API-Driven Web App with JavascriptPre 4
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    We have our little app looking just the way we want, but it doesn’t actually do anything yet. So, let’s work on adding some JavaScript to make the app interactive.Read More…
  • Web Applications
    Building an API-Driven Web App With HTML and CSSPre 3
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    Having designed some visual mocks to help guide us in building our little app for the browser, let’s get to the exciting part and start building!Read More…
  • Blog
    Meet Tuts+ Reader Rose PajarojaRose preview
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    Welcome to the latest Tuts+ community story, in which we meet Rose Pajaroja from the Philippines and hear about her long and sometimes painful journey towards making a living as a freelance designer.Read More…
  • Sketch
    Designing an API-Driven Web App in SketchPre 5
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    Now that we’ve accounted for all the elements of our little app, including its different states, we can confidently begin creating visual mockups for each element and its corresponding state.Read More…
  • Skeleton
    Adding JavaScript Behavior to Our Skeleton Web PageCasablanca page 3a
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    So far we’ve built a solid HTML page and applied some styles. This tutorial will focus on adding interactivity to the website through JavaScript.Read More…
  • SVG
    Free Course: Using SVG SpritesSvg icon1
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    SVG technology has been around for years, but it has only recently started gaining wide usage. In this course, you'll learn how to combine multiple scalable sprite images into a single SVG and display them on your web pages. The techniques discussed in this course will put you on track to create icon sets which are conveniently contained in a single file.Read More…
  • Web Applications
    Planning a Basic API-Driven Web AppPre 2
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    APIs are a big part of web design and development these days. They help power rich, dynamic experiences in the browser. In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of how to work with a third-party API to render content in the browser. Using the iTunes API, we will take the URL of any iOS or Mac app, retrieve its high resolution icon artwork, and render it directly into the browser.Read More…
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    The Creative App BundleTuts%20blog
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    Envato Bundles has just launched the Creative App Bundle, packed with creative Mac apps, games and super discounts for just $39!Read More…
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  • Pre 1

    During this short series, follow Jim Nielsen as he builds a simple web app based on the iTunes API. The app built during this series has a very specific use, but the principles and practical examples covered will arm you with a set of skills you can apply to many other projects.

    Check out the demo and dive in!

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  • Casablanca page preview

    In this series we’ll be focusing on coding a PSD layout, using the responsive Skeleton boilerplate. There are plenty of tutorials on how to code a design using HTML and CSS, often with an extra dash of JavaScript, but the main purpose of this tutorial is to get things built using the latest version of the Skeleton framework (2.0.4).

    Take a look at what we’ll be building, then get stuck in!

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  • 60 series

    Comprehensively introducing anything in sixty seconds is a tough challenge, but that’s exactly what we’re doing with this series! Each of these videos introduces you to a subject, offering just enough explanation to whet your appetite and get you hooked.

    Grab a coffee and see how many of these you can watch during your break!

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