What can you learn in Japanese website designs?
Back in 2014, we published an interesting selection of designs of Japanese anime sites. Surely you can guess that the works there are presented quite specific and original. They are…

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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…

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History of pixel art. Past and future
Pixel art (pixelart, pixel art) is a form of digital graphics created using a raster graphic editor, where each image pixel is manually edited. For the first time in 1982,…

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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:…

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The principle of the golden section in the design of sites

A key indicator of the quality of web design is how natural and easy it is perceived by users. When creating a visual site design, it is important to illustrate the functionality and informative component of the project, to form its correct perception. The use of classical techniques such as the rules of the golden section in the design helps to solve such problems in an optimal way. We will consider it today.

This principle describes a mathematical proportion that forms a harmonious, natural relationship of the parts of one whole to each other. It is obtained by dividing the whole into two parts so that the ratio of the first part to the second is the same as the ratio of the whole to the first part. Continue reading

User Interface Performance Criteria for Web Designers and Front-End Developers

The basics. There are several performance-related issues that most likely are already known to all designers and front-end developers. These include recommendations for: performing the minimum possible number of requests; image optimization; Placing stylesheets directly in the source document, and more precisely in its element; the location of the scripts to the closing tag of the body of the document; minimizing javascript and css code; etc. Observing these basic principles you will already be on the right path to increasing the speed of interaction with your users, however, this is not all, not all. It is also very important to remember that despite all the headaches that browsers provide in our daily work activities, they are incredibly reasonable. They take on a huge part of your optimization work. For this reason, most of the knowledge of performance issues is related to understanding how the browser behaves in certain situations and why it does so. This knowledge will allow you to use the abilities of the browser with maximum efficiency. In principle, the lion’s share of the science of web performance comes down to a simple understanding, manipulating and exploiting what the browser is already doing for us. Styles on top, bottom scripts. Continue reading

How to choose the right web design for a web site
Web design - this is how much "meet" | web design and web site Each web studio begins to create a web site with the development and selection of web…

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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:…

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Trends of web design. Part 3
Custom designs Recently, there has been a strong trend towards more individual and creative designs. Instead of using conventional approaches, designers experiment with how the information is structured, how it…

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