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5 Prototyping Tips That Will Improve Your Process


Stop me if you’ve heard this one: In the middle of a design presentation, a puzzled audience member raises their hand and asks, Why is all the copy in a foreign language?

10 Useful Resources for Learning Markdown Syntax


Markdown is a terrific text-formatting syntax designed specifically for writers of Web content. Markdown lets you focus on your writing task by making the process of text-formatting unobtrusive.

30 Beautiful Earth-Toned Web Designs


Earth tones are shades of brown, green, tan, blue and other colors which are found in nature. Using earth tones in a design leads to a subtle, understated, organic look-and-feel.

15 HTML Questions for Testing Your Knowledge


Think you know HTML? Most developers probably feel they have a good handle on modern Web standards. It's with this in mind that I offer you a challenge.

Grunt vs Gulp: Which One Should You Use?


Nobody likes doing boring and repetitive tasks. The good news is we can probably make our computer do them for us.

How to Use Gulp


If you’re paying attention to the world of front-end development, you’re surely aware of how many tools exist.

Getting Started with Command-Line Interfaces


As developers, we have lots of exciting tools at our disposal. For CSS work, we can use preprocessors like Sass and Less to improve our workflow.

What It’s Like to Contribute to WordPress


As a core developer for WordPress, I’m often asked what goes on behind the scenes. What is it like to contribute code to WordPress — a CMS used by 60 million people?

Ultimate Guide to Link Types for Hyperlinks


Link types help describe the relationship between two or more web pages. They can also express the reason why particular hyperlinks are present in the web page.

11 Things You Might Not Know About jQuery


jQuery was released 9 years ago. Since then, the open source project has made an immeasurable impact in the world of web development.

Semantic HTML for Web Content


With a little bit of effort, we can make our markup more meaningful. But why put in extra time and resources to implement semantic HTML?

More Optimization Techniques for Improving Website Speed


Web performance is an essential element of the user experience. In the first part of this series, I talked about a method for automating some tasks related to web performance optimization.

What Are Your Favorite Open Source Tools? (Open Thread)

Modern sites and apps rely heavily on open source projects such as JavaScript frameworks (jQuery, Angular), UI frameworks (Bootstrap, Foundation), content management platforms (WordPress, Drupal), CSS preprocessors, and then package managers (Bower, npm) to keep track of them all.

Freebie: 100 Awesome App Icons


This free set of icons is useful to have around for when you're designing the user interfaces of web applications, mobile apps, e-commerce sites, and other interactive digital products.

Six Revisions Quarterly Report #1


I’d like to give you an update on the things that have happened in the latest quarter (January 1 to March 31, 2015).

A Modern Approach to Improving Website Speed


Have you ever had the experience of going to a site and patiently waiting forever for it to load? Probably not, because no one waits forever for a site to load. We just close the browser tab and move on.

Disable Text Selection with CSS


There might be some instances where preventing certain parts of your web page from being selected could be beneficial.

Introduction to CSS Variables


This guide talks about a subject matter that’s not yet supported in most browsers. See the browser support section for more information.

Why Use CSS Preprocessors? (Open Thread)

CSS preprocessors like Sass and Less are now a common part of our workflows. They have their pros and cons, and I’d like to start a discussion about their value to our work.

Bower Beginner’s Guide


Modern web development generally involves using third-party dependencies: CSS libraries and preprocessors like Bootstrap and Sass, JavaScript libraries like jQuery and Angular, and everything else in between.


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