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Design is an iterative process and you don’t know at the beginning of a new project how many design iterations you need to go through, justify, negotiate and test until you arrive at an acceptable solution. In this article, we explore some of the pitfalls of cost estimations for digital product and service design.
For hungry freelancers, it can be hard to turn work away. But in the long run, saying no to a project that’s a bad fit will make you a better freelancer. This article will help freelancers and consultants think critically about when to decline an opportunity or request and how to do so assertively but kindly.
SiteGround are running a discount where you can get a hosting account for up to 62% off. With the basic plan, that’s only $6.99 a month!
Send your messages and files to Slack without leaving VS Code! Check out this project by Alper Gokcehan.
Speed is important. Users expect fast loading websites, and Google considers page performance as a ranking factor. Google Pagespeed or Lighthouse insights have received more attention over the years, especially now that Google has identified what they call “Core Web Vitals” as a future ranking signal.
There are 1.8 billion websites worldwide and you still have a chance to design the worst site ever!
A neat exploration of the idea of turning CSS into "Atomic" classes.
2020 was anything but normal. Consumers had their lives shaken up and many businesses experienced new challenges as well as opportunities thanks to the novel events of the year.
Paul Hebert shows us that adding a touch of transparency, we can design components that automatically adapt to their backgrounds.
Spring animations are a wonderful way to make UI interactions come to life. Rather than merely changing a property at a constant rate over a period of time, springs allow us to move things using spring physics, which gives the impression of a real thing moving, and can appear more natural to users. Let's see how to integrate Spring with Svelte!
Developing a Shopify app and being able to sell it are two different things. If you want to give merchants a reason to install and use your Shopify app, here are four things you need to do.
This article introduces the concept of rendering Adobe After Effects animation on the web with Lottie, which can make more advanced animations achievable.
A brilliant guide from Tapas Adhikary on building a theming system with React and styled-components.
A Shopify theme development environment using Liquid, Vue and Tailwind CSS 🧪
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