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Development for Designers: Thinking Atomic Design

Welcome back to the next instalment of Development for Designers! If you missed the last article please do give it a read. In this article I will discuss my thinking around a school of thinking which arguably bridges the gap between development and design. The catch-phrase, keyword or concept that . . . Read more

How to Use CSS Shapes in Your Web Design

The layout principles–columns and rows, angles and lines–that we use to build websites today are largely influenced by their print heritage. And although grid implementation on the web is getting better and more polished, web layout  in general is still awkward compared to print media, especially when it comes to content flow.  Magazines . . . Read more

Designers, We Need to Talk About Development

In this series, we’ll discuss how to navigate the elusive rabbit hole that designers often find themselves in when dealing with developers on creative projects. Writing this series been a long time coming for me. As someone who has played on both sides of the fence–designer and developer–I have felt . . . Read more

Introduction to Material Motion in Android

The Material Design language was created to address issues with flat design on smaller screens by providing visual cues to interactive elements. In this article you will learn about some of the fundamental concepts of animation and how they can be used to provide a natural, life-like feel to elements. . . . Read more

How to Create and Publish a Jekyll Theme Gem

One of Jekyll’s noteworthy new features is the ability create official themes in the form of Ruby gems. These themes can be installed by a Jekyll user to style their static blog or website with ease, leaving them to manage their content. Prior to this new theming feature, Kezz Bracey wrote a . . . Read more

Adobe XD in 60 Seconds

Adobe XD allows you to design and prototype for apps; anything from wireframes, to multiscreen experiences. Let’s see what it offers, in sixty seconds!    Once you’ve opened the application, you can start by creating a new artboard with a variety of preset sizes, then add more artboards for additional . . . Read more