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Another month, another CodePen Challenge! Last time we asked you to style a signup form and a whopping 68 of you took part.
In the previous tutorial we animated an SVG signature using CSS. It’s a great effect, making it appear as though the words are being written right there on the screen.
Animating the stroke of an SVG is perfect for simulating handwriting. Over the course of two tutorials we’re going to use CSS animation to make a signature neatly appear to be written, as though you’re signing the page yourself.
Websites needn’t always be complicated affairs and many tools today aim to bring the creation process to a wider audience than just those who can code.
We all want our images to display at the best possible quality, with optimal file size, on different devices, but achieving that is easier said than done.
Being able to deliver quality, creative, educational content to our readers is our top priority here at Tuts+.
The term “affordance” is one you’ll hear often in the world of web design. It regularly appears in tutorials on Tuts+ too, so this article will serve as a definition just to clear up any doubts.
What You'll Be Creating Update: I first pitched this series to Tuts+ because I thought it was an interesting, under-reported topic.
Creating a download link in HTML is straightforward; add an anchor tag and point to the file within the href attribute.
“Agile” is a peculiar industry term for designers who have never worked in the software space. It’s a phrase which gets used a lot by employers and recruiters, but what is it exactly?
In this tutorial we’ll learn how to control animations, on demand, using a method called addPause(). Ready?
What You'll Be Creating Documenting a project can be a nuisance, but it needn’t be. There are quite a few tools out there to get the job done–I often use Daux.io because of its flexibility.
With the upcoming launch of Apple’s newest and shiniest product, the Apple Watch (err, WATCH) there are many designers out there itching to get a feel for the newest toy to come out of Cupertino.
Let’s say you’re building a website that uses lots of icons. How would you implement those on the web?
An ever expanding variety of frameworks is available to designers and front-end developers alike, ready for quick prototyping and implementation.
Whether you’re working in-house, contracting, or for an agency, companies need apps for many different reasons.
What You'll Be Creating Adobe Illustrator is today by far the most popular vector software out there.
What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to design a simple and easy-to-use iOS fitness application for tracking outdoor running and cycling. Besides the iOS application, I’ll give you a design example for the Apple Watch interface as well.
Name: Ajmal Afif Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Topics of Interest: Web Products, Front-End Tooling, Workflow, Programming Occupation: Front-End Developer at Billplz In our series of Tuts+ community stories so far, you've met South African graphic artist Catherine Dawes, Brazilian web designer Tassia Pellegrini, and American creative director David Kehrer. Today we're taking you to Malaysia to meet Ajmal Afif.