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Adding Appeal to Your Animations on the Web


What You'll Be Creating When we talk about using animation we often discuss the practical ways we can create transitions, animations, and so on.

The Command Line for Web Design: Live Reload & BrowserSync

In the last lesson you learned how to get your whole project compiled or built with short commands like grunt, grunt watch, gulp and gulp watch.

How to Get Quality Feedback From Your Clients

Client feedback can be one of the hardest parts of the web design process, often leading to hours of wasted iterations and endless debates.

My Thoughts on Designing in the Browser vs. Designing in Photoshop


Designing in the browser is becoming more and more popular with the rise of “designers who code”. But just because we’ve picked up some new skills does it mean we should ditch our paper, sharpies, desktop publishing software and wireframing tools and jump straight into coding prototypes?

Create and Win With Envato Remix!


We’re running a brand new creative contest for our entire community across Envato Market, Tuts+ and Envato Studio, and we'd love to see what you come up with!

The Command Line for Web Design: Automation with Gulp


In the previous tutorial we setup a project and used Grunt to watch and automatically compile Stylus and Jade.

The Command Line for Web Design: Automation with Grunt


So far you’ve learned how to do things like compiling code, autoprefixing, cleaning, compressing and minifying all just by typing a few words.

Mastering Icon Fonts on the Web: Open Assignment


It’s time for another open assignment! Instead of learning something by following a number of steps, I’m going to get you to complete a task.

Design a Traveler’s Photo Diary Tumblr Theme in Photoshop


What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial we’ll walk through the step by step process of creating a simple, photo-based Tumblr diary theme in Photoshop.

500 Video Courses on Tuts+


This week marks a huge milestone for Tuts+ learning as we celebrate the release of our 500th video course!

New Course: Working With Clients to Get Design Approval


Getting design approval for a website is a minefield of personal opinion, endless iterations, and frustrating debates.

The Command Line for Web Design: Powering Up Front End Code


As a web designer there are three languages you’re pretty much guaranteed to work with one way or another: CSS, HTML and JavaScript.

Learn on the Go, With the New Tuts+ Courses Android App


If you want the flexibility to learn new skills wherever you are, then take a look at our Tuts+ Courses Android app.

How to Display Update Notifications in the Browser Tab


Websites and web apps with frequently updated content have to figure out a way to grab users’ attention to tell them of updates, particularly where users may have moved away from the tab where the website or app is active.  There are a couple of common patterns which you’ll see out in the wild. Social websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, which potentially receive new content every few seconds, insert the relevant number into the page title showing the amount of new updates in the tab.

The Command Line for Web Design: Taming 3rd Party Packages


We commonly use third party packages in web design projects. We load in third party CSS from projects like Bootstrap and Foundation, and scripts like jQuery and Modernizr.

TimelineMax: An Introduction to Tweening


What You'll Be Creating In the olden days of animation tweening was a term used to describe a frame by frame sequence, or what’s sometimes referred to as “in-betweens.” It’s that place where a single movement leads into the next to create one fluid motion.

Meet Tuts+ Survey Prize Winner David Kehrer


Name: David Kehrer Location: Traverse City, Michigan, USA Topics of Interest: Web Design, Design & Illustration and Code    Occupation: Creative Director at digital marketing agency Oneupweb In previous posts, we introduced you to South African graphic artist Catherine Dawes, and Brazilian web designer Tassia Pellegrini.

Richard Pearson, Art Director: Creativity, Trust and Building a Shared Vision


Editors Note: In this series, Conversations with Creative Collaborators, we look at the place of photography and how it is used accross creative industries.

How to Create a Web Navigation Model


A “navigation model” describes the paths to each user goal on a website. Usually your product will have more than one user, and each user may have multiple goals, so models like this can be pretty extensive.

Bootstrap 3 Succinctly: Customizing Bootstrap 3


And so finally we get to the last tutorial in the series, which will show you how to create custom color sets.


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