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Designing with Contrast

Mark Mitchell casts coarse salt upon the pale icy sheen of recent web design aesthetics to sound a warning that we may be on thin ice.

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Oregon fire station by Hennebery Eddy features a burnt wood facade


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2015er Vortrag über Responsive Layout

Den folgenden Vortrag habe ich in ähnlicher Form bereits zu einer Handvoll Gelegenheiten gehalten – mit wechselnder Zielgruppe und Länge.

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Add User Chat to an iOS Application With Magnet

More and more mobile applications offer the ability to send messages to other users using the application.

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iOS From Scratch With Swift: More Swift in a Nutshell

While this tutorial focuses primarily on functions and closures, we take a brief detour at the end to explore protocols and access control.

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What Are Laravel Packages?

As a PHP developer, you may be interested in working with frameworks.

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A Beginners Guide to Titan Framework: Adding a Checkbox Type Option

WordPress themes have become dynamic, and a larger part of their control lies in the hands of a user. Today, managing and configuring theme settings has become quite easy.

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Putting My Patterns through Their Paces

Ethan Marcotte dashes through the wintry landscape, his sled of flexboxed content drawn faithfully by a team of well-ordered hierarchical HTML huskies.

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iOS From Scratch With Swift: Swift in a Nutshell

Apple introduced the Swift programming language during its annual developer conference in 2014, much to he surprise of the developer community.

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20 Useful Laravel Packages Available on CodeCanyon

Shot and to the point, the Laravel homepage describes the framework as:

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A Beginners Guide to Titan Framework: Adding a Number Type Option and An Editor Type Option

While building WordPress themes, I often find myself in a position where I need the end user to enter a number within a given range to do something at the front-end.

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Best Gift Ever

Quartz asked 40 leaders in art, business, fashion, science and social justice the question: What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?

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HTML5 Mastery: Tree Traversal

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One of the most important concepts in the DOM is tree

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Animation in Responsive Design

Val Head squeezes more animation into responsive design’s Christmas stocking with some strategies for getting the most out of animation at any screen size

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Wired Thinks It Knows Who Satoshi Nakamoto Is

An anonymous reader writes: In a lengthy exposé, Wired lays out its case that Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto is actually Australian businessman Craig Wright.

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Helping VIPs Care About Performance

Lara Hogan ignites a little cognac over your web performance pudding by considering ways you can keep stakeholders invested in a site’s metrics and KPIs.

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6 goals for in-house digital teams in 2016

If your organisation does not value digital and its digital team as it should, 2016 offers you an opportunity to change that.

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Even Celebs Are Trolling the Star Wars Twitter Q&A

Even Celebs Are Trolling the Star Wars Twitter Q&A

Leave it to the Internet to take

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iOS From Scratch With Swift: Creating Your First iOS Application

Even though we've already learned quite a bit in this series on iOS development, I'm sure you are eager to start building iOS applications that do something cool or useful.

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Understanding WordPress Multisite

In this video, we'll be taking a brief look at WordPress Multisite and it offers us. This includes topics such as:

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A Beginners Guide to Titan Framework: Adding Text and Textarea Types

Titan Framework offers a broad range of options which you can add in a plugin or a theme to provide end users with dynamic settings.

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New eBooks Available for Subscribers

Do you want to learn more about creating map applications for Android? How about Python machine learning? Or perhaps you'd like a refresher on the essentials of GitHub?

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CreativeMornings GIF Channel

I am really excited over the launch of our CreativeMornings GIF Channel. I include GIFs in my emails regularly. I find them often way more efficient as words.

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iOS From Scratch With Swift: How to Test an iOS Application on a Device

Provisioning an application for testing on a physical device or for App Store distribution can be a nightmare for beginners. Every iOS developer has to tackle this hurdle at some point, though.

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A Beginners Guide to Titan Framework: Creating a Theme Customizer Section

The Theme Customization API, added in WordPress 3.4, allows developers to customize and add controls to the Appearance > Customize admin screen.

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HTML5 Mastery: Encoding

HTML5 Mastery

Encoding is just one of those things that need to be done right.

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How to Do a UX Review

Joe Leech offers a rundown on his UX review process, sharing tips about analysing data and creating personas, and setting out findings in a form that benefits client

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DOJ Cracking Down On Profit-Driven Policing, Audit Looks At How Far It's Spread

v3rgEz writes: Federal civil rights officials at the Department of Justice are launching an effort to combat widespread constitutional abuses in U.S.

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PHP 7 Ready For Release

An anonymous reader writes: After a long wait web developers can finally start migrating their code to PHP 7.

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Mass Shooting In San Bernardino Kills At Least 14

An anonymous reader writes: Authorities say 14 people were killed and 14 others were injured in a mass shooting in San Bernardino today.

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Congress Votes to Scrap Obama's Clean Power Plan

sciencehabit writes with news that the House voted 242-180 to repeal the EPA's Clean Power Plan, and 235-188 to block EPA rules governing emissions from new power plants.

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The FSF's Donald Robertson Talks About Copyrights, Patents, and the TPP (Video)

We all know (or know about) Richard M. Stallmann, founder of and vociferous spokesman for the Free Software Foundation.

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Microsoft Promotes New Trade Secrets Bill

An anonymous reader writes: A Microsoft lawyer has put forward the company's conviction that the Defend Trade Secrets Act 2015, currently being debated at the United States Senate Judiciary Committee,

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Museum of Political Corruption Planned For New York

McGruber writes: In Albany, NY, Bruce Roter has secured approval to build the Museum of Political Corruption, dedicated to the state's long history of scandal.

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Why the Raspberry Pi Zero Isn't a Practical Tool For Teaching Students

An anonymous reader writes: This article criticizes the Raspberry PI Foundation's new computer the Zero.

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Zero-Day Bugs In Numerous Modems/Routers Could Compromise Millions of Users

An anonymous reader writes: Researchers have discovered a large number of zero-day flaws in 8 routers/modems from 4 manufacturers (ZTE, Huawei, Gemtek, Quanta) that would allow attackers to build a hu

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Chrome 47 Released

LichtSpektren writes: Google Chrome version 47 is now available for download.

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Western Digital Announces World's First 10TB Helium-Filled Hard Drive

Deathspawner writes: Western Digital today announced a new, helium-filled enterprise HDD that allows for 10TB capacities without using the SMR method, sticking to industry standard PMR.

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Wikipedia Creates AI System To Filter Out Bad Edits

An anonymous reader writes: Wikipedia has developed a new artificial intelligence system aimed at improving the quality of its entries and detecting both mistakes and damaging edits made to its articl

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Mother Blames Wi-Fi Allergy For Daughter's Suicide

An anonymous reader sends news that a UK woman named Debra Fry has begun a campaign to raise awareness for "electro-hypersensitivity" (EHS) after the suicide of her daughter, Jenny, earlier this year.

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The Race To Create a Hyperloop Heats Up

An anonymous reader writes: When Elon Musk unveiled his idea for the"Hyperloop" transportation system based on capsules zipping through depressurized tubes, much was made about the enormous technical

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City Sued Over Smart Meter-Related Patent

New submitter wb8nbs writes: Florida patent troll Atlas LLC has filed a suit against the municipality of Naperville, Illinois (paywalled).

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Getting Started With CSS calc()

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Being Customer Supportive

Elizabeth Galle extends goodwill to all customers this Christmas (and beyond) with some insights into establishing and maintaining good relationship

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Animating Your Brand

Donovan Hutchinson stamps his snow-caked boots, unwinds his scarf and eases [See what we did there?

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Tablet First – der kesse Kniff für Leute von heute!

Wie wohl die meisten Webdesigner haben wir irgendwann 2013 gemerkt, dass der Spaß, den man beim nachträglichen Responsivieren von komplexen Website-Layouts hat, begrenzt ist.