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When your product deals with repetitive tasks, it’s hard to keep users excited about it. That’s where UI comes into play. In this article, we’ll talk about elements that make an interface more emotional, dig deeper into how they work, and look at …
The more inclusive you are to the needs of your users, the more accessible your design is. Let’s take a closer look at the different lenses of accessibility through which you can refine your designs.
(This article is kindly sponsored by CoffeeCup Software.) If you’re at all serious about web design or development, you need to be serious about learning and using CSS Grid, too. Andrew Clarke explains how.
Building an MVP is all about building lots of functionality in a small amount of time. Vue.js is a good option, with a minimum of architectural boilerplate and a lot of raw power. All it needs is somewhere to store data.
Conversational UI is not a new concept. Technologies such as Natural Language Processing are key to delivering great a conversational UI, and we’re finally to the point where everyone can use it, regardless of skill level.
How can you gain a better understanding of your audience? Well, one way would be to use user-generated content that can be integrated into Machine Learning (ML) technology. In this article, Jamie Munro demonstrates how that can be done.
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Styling components contextually is quite a hassle, but there’s a workaround in sight: Custom properties can make the undertaking a bit more straightforward. Simurai explains how it works.
Are the color management settings you have in place really the best ones for your assets and the platforms you’re designing for? The team at Bjango shares valuable tips for getting color management right.
What’s your favorite CSS snippet which you use again and again? Michael Scharnagl asked the question on Twitter and collected the most mentioned replies in one collection. A treasure chest of useful CSS snippets.
The new CSS
display property lets us control how a box and its children are drawn to the page — and whether an element in the markup will generate a box at all. Ire Aderinokun explains what it’s all about.
React’s Virtual DOM is a mystery to you? No worries, Alexey Ivanov and Andy Barnov wrote a beginner-friendly introduction to the framework’s internals that is bound to help you speed up your applications.