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  • Responsive Web Design
    Quick Tip: Try Combining EMs and REMsBlocks
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    At the 2014 CSSConf in Australia, Simurai gave a really amazing presentation called "Styling with Strings" where he goes over quite a few techniques for developing in-browser. The one tip that really stood out to me was this: pad UI components with EMs, put space between them with REMs. Or, as a rule of thumb: EMs for padding, REMs for margin.Read More…
  • Photography
    Andy Mallalieu, Web Designer: Imagery Can Make or Break a Project Cover 1
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    In this interview we catch up with Manchester-based web designer Andy Mallalieu from agency NineSixty to discuss how he engages with photography when working on new web projects. This interview is part of our ongoing series, 'Conversations with Creative Collaborators.'Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    How to Make Responsive, Scrollable Panels with FlexboxFlex
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    If you’ve been keeping up with the work ZURB has been doing with Foundation for Apps you may have noticed most of their demo templates have some pretty nifty scrollable panels. That’s what we’ll be learning how to build today.Read More…
  • Bootstrap
    New Course: Power Up Your Portfolio With BootstrapBootstrapport
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    You’ve heard of Bootstrap. You might even know how to use it. But how do you customize it to make real, live, beautiful sites? In our new course you'll learn just that, along with some tricks for making sure your Bootstrap sites look great on any device.Read More…
  • Typography
    Hand Lettering for Responsive Web DesignPerfect
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    In this tutorial we’ll talk about best practices for hand lettering in responsive web design, including branding, scalability, legibility and implementation. Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    New Course: Responsive Web Design RevisitedResponsiverevisited
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    In our new course you’ll get up to speed with the very latest in Responsive Web Design. First you’ll learn what “responsive” really means today, and how a new “content first” approach lets you cater for all types of users from the ground up. Then you’ll create a complete responsive design using all the latest techniques.Read More…
  • Community Projects
    Community Project: Responsible Redesign for the New YearPreview
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    The beginning of a new year is always a classic time to make changes and fresh starts, both in our personal lives and at work. The beginning of 2015 is the perfect time to get responsible, so let’s do so as a community! We’re asking you to improve your website and share the results.Read More…
  • S.E.O.
    The State of SEO in 2015Seo
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    The world of SEO is constantly changing. To keep you up to date we like to compile all the important changes of the previous year into one solid article (we did so last year too). This way you can stay abreast of the latest techniques to help your website conquer search results. Let’s take a look at the state of SEO in 2015.Read More…
  • Industry
    What to Expect in Web Design in 2015Prev
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    Twelve months ago we posted some predictions about what we would see (and not see) in 2014. It struck a cord with all of you, so we’ve decided to do the same thing this year!Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    The State of Responsive Web DesignRwd
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    As we move into 2015 it’s the perfect time to address “The State of Responsive Web Design”.Read More…
  • eCommerce
    New Course: Designing for Mobile eCommerceMob commerce
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    Mobile eCommerce is a growing market. It’s worth over $200 billion today and is still rising at a phenomenal rate. More and more companies are optimizing their websites for mobile, so as a web designer you have to stay up-to-date. This course will not only teach you all the basics of mobile eCommerce, but it will also show you the correct way of designing eCommerce websites for mobile. Read More…
  • CSS
    Instant Fluid Videos with Viewport Width UnitsRatio
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    Intrinsic ratios are an approach to expanding and contracting elements on a web page, allowing them to be fluid whilst at the same time constraining their proportions. Thierry Koblentz first proposed the idea back in 2009.Read More…
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