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Weekly News for Designers № 446

By on July 22nd, 2018Designer News

This week’s Designer News (N.446) includes Dark UX Patterns in Advertising, a Playground for Variable Fonts, The DIV That Looks Different in Every Browser, Teutonic CSS, Free Cunia Font, How to Build Complicated Grids Using CSS Grid and much more.

Weekly News for Designers № 445

By on July 15th, 2018Designer News

This week’s Designer News (N.445) includes a Virtual Whiteboard App, Delivering WordPress in 7KB, How to Not Suck at Giving Feedback, a Font Memory Game, How to Use Color Fonts on the Web, WordPress Website Standards and much more.

Weekly News for Designers № 444

By on July 8th, 2018Designer News

This week’s Designer News (N.444) includes Open-source macOS apps, alternatives to the Hamburger Menu, free syntax highlighter WordPress plugins, email template design system for Sketch, free Vue.js handbook, CSS animation tools and frameworks, and much more.

Weekly News for Designers № 443

By on July 1st, 2018Designer News

This week’s Designer News (N.443) includes The Current State of Web Design, a CLI for Football Fans, Hot CSS Tips, Don’t Use The Placeholder Attribute, User-Centered Design: Process And Benefits, The Comprehensive Guide to Finding a Kick-Ass UX Job and more.

Weekly News for Designers № 442

By on June 24th, 2018Designer News

This week’s Designer News (N.442) includes Never Overlook Animation in UX, Color Picker Plus for macOS, The Most Dangerous Writing App, The New (and Old) CSS units You’ve Never Heard About, The ‘UI and UX Design’ Pocket Guide, The Unseen Value of Brand Design and more.

Weekly News for Designers № 441

By on June 16th, 2018Designer News

This week’s Designer News (N.441) includes What New Designers Should Know About Typography, Testing Email Accessibility, a 60-Column CSS Grid, Accessible CSS-Only Floating Labels, Loading Animations with Three Dots, Chatbots – A Creative’s Guide, In Defense of Functional CSS and more.