Adobe Creative Cloud Sign in to continue Creative Cloud We are taking you to sign in with Facebook. Not a member yet? Responsive Type, part 3: Headers and hiearchy This third instalment of this basic introduction to responsive typography focuses on how best to use size, contrast and style changes to create a strong typographic hierarchy. Our base font has been defined. So far, so good – but what about the rest? Type hierarchies don’t just make themselves. 16 Places to Find the Best Free Stock Photos Good images are a key part of putting together a great website. But finding images to use can sometimes be difficult. Your options are to take the photos yourself, buy images from a photographer or stock image site or to find images that are free and available for use. That’s what we are going to look at here today.
60+ best free fonts, Summer 2015 2015 continues to be a fantastic year for fonts. Type designers are increasingly prolific and there’s a new design for every possible project, often completely free, or with a free option or weight. There are a couple of dominant trends for Summer: The first trend is a revived interest in ethnic and folk art styles, like the colorful approach of Tripel Six, or the charming Quirko; the second trend is a move away from the geometric sans-serifs that we’ve seen recently, towards more humanist sans-serifs, like Qontra.
10 CSS3 Animation Tools You Should Bookmark As people tend to more easily perceive things that move, smartly used animations can enhance the user experience of a site by drawing attention to important elements users need to quickly notice. CSS3 has introduced a new animation syntax that can help you achieve many interesting things in your designs. Building cool animations can sometimes be complicated and time-consuming though, that’s when animaiton libraries and generators can be excellently used.
Stars and Stripes and ISO Codes · An A List Apart Column This is the real story of a promising French start-up expanding into the U.S. market. The founders now have West Coast offices and the app has been fully translated into English. One minor detail though: to switch to the website’s English version, American customers have to click on… the Union Jack. A red flag about flags#section1 Article Continues Below Don’t laugh—this story is no exception.
You're A Web Designer And You Need Icons? Check Out These Icon Packs Icons are used everywhere on the web for providing information and guiding visitors. As such, they are quite important and can be found all over websites. They can tell visitors how to cancel transactions, move to another page, or go to the checkout.
Best Tablets/Phones for DJI GO Overview There are a wide variety of Apple and Android devices available. It's important to make sure you're using a device that is powerful enough in order to prevent the DJI GO app from lagging, freezing, and/or crashing during use. The following list includes devices recommended by Phantom Help (►), devices recommended by DJI (►), and other devices that are most often recommended by Phantom pilots. Apple Devices Luster This is a list of guidelines we've been compiling over the last couple years while building high-performance mobile frontends, as well as building the open source library impulse. Some of these are broadly applicable to any mobile website, some are specifically for people building apps. We've broken this checklist down into three main categories:
3 Ways To Make Wearable Tech Actually Wearable Wearable technology is the next new wave of technology, and it’s bound to drive a lot of the innovation in the consumer electronics industry. We can expect to see a lot more watches, glasses, fitness gadgets, and wristbands in the years to come. But bear in mind that we’re in the “brick phone” phase, or version 1.0, of wearable tech. In these early days, we’re approaching wearables with a traditional CE mentality--it’s all about making a powerful gadget that we can bolt onto our bodies without considering the new aspects of what it means to wear, rather than carry, something. And if we are not careful, we will be on our way to becoming cyborgs: bolting gadgets onto our bodies will distract, disrupt, and disengage us from others, ultimately degrading our human experience.
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Everybody Scrolls. Evolve your design too quickly and you’ll leave your users behind. Design too slowly and your users will do the same to you. It’s crucial to keep design practices aligned with the way users really interact with digital products and interfaces. To help, Huge’s UX and research teams are collaborating to test conventional and emerging design and usability standards.
Self-Stirring Pot Puts New Spin on Stove-top Cooking “What a nabe!” indeed. Hideki Watanabe, a dentist from the city of Iyo in southwestern Japan, has created a new type of cooking pot that not only stirs itself, but also saves energy by reducing the time it takes a pot of water to boil. Create panoramas of a scene with LightWave's Advanced Camera [peteryu.ca] The advanced camera in LightWave is a very flexible camera that can produce lots of interesting effects. One useful feature is that it can create panoramas of your LightWave scene which you can use as environment maps with Textured Environment or as reflection maps. This is a panoramic view of a room with differently coloured walls that was created with the Advanced Camera: I tested this method with LightWave 9.6. LightWave 10 users may have to change some settings. Scene Setup