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What are Google Web Fonts API and Google Web Fonts? Google Web Fonts provides high-quality web fonts that you can include in your pages using the Google Web Fonts API. The Google Web Fonts API helps you add web fonts to any web page.
By Caroline Jarrett Published: March 21, 2010 This is my first Good Questions column for UXmatters . In this column, I’ll be writing about questions. When communicating with users in one direction, we typically ask them questions—often through forms or surveys. When communication goes in the other direction, we try to respond to users’ questions—both through the design of our Web applications and other products and, sometimes, in assemblies of what we hope will be their Frequently Asked Questions .
Anomalies & Curiosities How to print from an iPad We're working on integrating this technology into our latest apps . Comments Click here to leave a comment
For most professional designers, time equals money. Creating the same quality work in less time means you can earn more money—so there is a significant incentive to work efficiently. In this tutorial I’m going to explain how it’s possible to design an entire website in under an hour, and I’ll show examples of the site along the entire process and at completion. You probably don’t want to do this for any really important projects you’re working on, but hopefully this exercise will give you a few tips to make your design process more efficient while still maintaining really high quality work. Okay, let’s take a look at how this works:
Metro UI CSS: You can have a tiled website too Microsoft’s new UI, once known by the name of Metro, has caused quite some buzz in the tech world. Meanwhile the name has been dropped, which again caused quite a buzz in the tech world. We don´t know why this was done nor do we know if the next Windows will be a market success.
There are many different coding styles, some do not like indentation, some like to capitalize certain things, others like to add more than one element on a line, the main train of thought is they are all after one common thing: organization and better code. Without influencing my coding style, we’ll discuss ten tips for writing better CSS. Let us know what you think in the comment section! See you there ;) Comments
Over at learningjQuery.com , Brandon Aaron published a quick tip on how to prevent animation queue buildup in hover animations. Since I was not satisfied with his solution, I tried to find another. After taking some wrong paths and learning a lot about jQuery's animation (queue) system, I think I finally found a good solution. The last locigal step was to wrap it up into a nice jQuery plugin - and so hoverFlow was born.