The difference between UI and UX: a practical example
Today there will be a guest post on the topic of UX and UI interfaces on the example of working with the Icons8 service. I know what you are thinking:…

Continue reading →

What is polyfil?
Where did the polyfill come from and how did the term form? This happened earlier, in 2009, when I was busy writing the book "Introducing HTML5" ("Introducing HTML5"). Sitting in…

Continue reading →

Frequently asked questions (FAQ) - we are developing an effective FAQ section
As you know, of course, the FAQ (Frequently asked questions) are frequently asked questions that are collected and highlighted on a separate page. Thanks to it, the user will be…

Continue reading →

Trends of web design. Part 2
I continue to translate an article about web design trends 2009. The first 5 new fashion trends look like this: Printed letters Advanced User Interfaces PNG transparency Huge typography Font…

...

design

How to make a footer site footer: design options, why you need it, tips

Developers often overlook the fact that the footer for the site (translated from English footer / basement) is one of its basic elements. It can give more complete information about the company, and also performs various useful functions: it facilitates navigation, helps visitors of the web project to orient themselves, and will be useful for some commercial purposes.
Earlier in the blog, we considered the development of the site header and today we will talk about the basement. Here you need to competently approach the choice of control components that will be included in it in order to obtain an effective and optimal solution. We bring to your attention a translation of an article from Agentestudio, which contains the best developments in footer design and its illustrative examples. Continue reading

Three misfortunes of responsive design and ways to prevent them Source

Scaling vs. rubber layout vs. responsive design. There are many misunderstandings related to these terms that are equally periodically committed by web developers. In truth, these terms mean the evolutionary steps in the development of web resource layout technology, which appeared simultaneously with the developments of electronic devices. Scalable templates work on the principle of resizing each element in relation to all other elements. Their “responsiveness” lies in the fact that they scale the content in response to changes in the size of the viewport. At the same time, the layout itself remains static, and only the size of each element is subject to changes, the appearance of the site will be the same, changing only in size. Continue reading

Licenses on photo stocks: not prohibited not means allowed
In the comments on the blog article about the best free photo stocks you can find several questions regarding copyright for photos and images. An employee of one of the…

...

Selection of colors for the site
Coloring the appearance of the site is of great importance and with a professional approach allows the web designer to create the necessary atmosphere of the resource, corresponding to its…

...

Three misfortunes of responsive design and ways to prevent them Source
Scaling vs. rubber layout vs. responsive design. There are many misunderstandings related to these terms that are equally periodically committed by web developers. In truth, these terms mean the evolutionary…

...