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What is responsive design?
Most people vaguely understand that it refers to websites that work just as well on desktops as they do on smartphones, but there's a lot more to it than that, leading to widespread confusion (heck, I'll admit, I've even been known to misuse it myself, even after fellow Co.Design writer John Pavlus called me a dummy for it). But the principles of responsive design aren't that hard to understand, thanks to this amazing collection of animated GIFs put together by the guys Froont, a San Francisco-based company specializing in making tools for designers to create responsive websites.
Spend just a few minutes with these GIFs, and you'll never be hoightily corrected by a design pedant about "responsive websites" versus "adaptive websites" ever again. In fact, you can be that hoighty pedant! The GIFs below show many of the basic principles of responsive designs, with explaining quotes by Froont co-founder Sandijs Ruluks. [Images: Sandijs Ruluks/Froont] Making GIFs just got easier with Imgur's new GIF creation tool. Making GIFs just got a whole lot easier.
Imgur, the free image- and GIF-hosting website released its new GIF creation tool on Thursday called "Video to GIF" which allows users to create high-quality looping GIFs from videos hosted on the Internet, including ones from YouTube or Vimeo. As a GIF lover and creator, I was excited to hear the news, especially considering there really isn't a great place on the web to make quality GIFs in a timely fashion.
Imgur's new tool also uploads the files to its website, which takes an additional step out of the process and makes it even easier and faster for people to make GIFs. At the moment there are a few wonky websites that offer the service, but most people passionate about GIFs create them with offline programs such as Photoshop. However, the tool is incredibly easy to use. Next you select a start point, which is thankfully quick to load. Below is the resulting file embedded from Imgur. 5 Free Ways to Improve Your Typing Skills Online. If you didn't pay attention in your high school typing class, you might be regretting it now.
Hovering hesitantly over the keys with two fingers and poking away is a waste of time — not to mention it doesn't look very professional. But don't worry; like any other skill, you can improve. Think of the time you could save if you upped your speed even by a few words per minute. To help you out, we've picked some free services that can improve your technique, accuracy and speed. So, why not bookmark a few of the sites below, and the next time you have a few minutes to spare, instead of watching hiccuping cats on YouTube, invest some time in improving your productivity. 1.
To begin, you need to assess your current typing skills in order to monitor your improvement and see how much you're getting better over time. Lines [WebApp] Lines is based on a writing technique from medieval times developed by monks as a solution to expensive paper and tedious writing.
The monks were writing in the centre of the page allowing enough space for others to annotate the pages on the sides, method allowing you to read the story through other people’s writing. The problem arises when 5-6th person tried to comment there would be no paper space left over. As the time passed and writing material became cheaper this technique was abandoned and the techniques we used today were adopted. The team behind the project thought it would be interesting experiment to revisit the techniques using modern technologies, predominantly the “screen” as it has no borders and provides infinite space.
The way “lines” works is that you begin with the first column / text. Now, since reading happens more and more on screen, the fragmented reading process is greatly accelerated. Lines.thecafesociety.org (thanks Nitzan)
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