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8 Tips for Improving Bootstrap Accessibility

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A few years ago, I wrote about my experiences on developing a Bootstrap version 3 project to be fully accessible for people with disabilities. This focussed mostly on how accessible it is in terms of front-end design. (It didn’t cover accessibility i...

Designer-Oriented Styles

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James Kyle: Components are a designer’s bread and butter. Designers have been building design systems with some model of “component” for a really long time. As the web has matured, from Atomic Design to Sketch Symbols, “components” (in some ...

10 Design Trends to Watch Out For in 2018

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The only constant in the world is “change”. Thus, from time to time we see new trends in technologies, healthcare, education, and everything else. Naturally, art and design are no different. If you are planning to design your logo with Tailor Brand...

Propeller: Bootstrap in Material Design Looks

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Bootstrap is popular for a reason. But, if you think there was nothing better, take a look at Propeller. Bootstrap and Material Design Are no Unity Bootstrap has been around since 2011. Developed at Twitter, it made an effort to advance the approach of...

UI Jar Collects Useful Dribbble Designs

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Dribbble is bigger than what you can oversee. One reason for that is that it contains a lot of crap. UI Jar separates the wheat from the chaff. Dribbble, The Triple-Edged Sword A few months ago, I voiced my opinion on Dribbble very clearly. I called it...

Check That Out: Mockplus Makes Prototyping Easy

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The Asian prototyping software Mockplus is gaining popularity in Europe and other western countries. It allows for an almost intuitive creation of mockups. We took a look at the tool for you. Without Mockups, Complex Designs are Too Prone to Errors As...

Elements – Impressive Free UI Kit for Sketch

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A free UI kit with elements for the modern user interface is a good thing as it is. Elements for Sketch is current and extensive on top of that. Sketch, the Whizkid of Illustrator Rivals Sketch is, without a doubt, one of the most popular graphics solu...

Five Design Fears to Vanquish With CSS Grid

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CSS grid, along with a handful of other new CSS properties, are revolutionizing web design. Unfortunately, the industry hasn't embraced that revolution yet and a lot of it is centered around fear that we can trace back to problems with the current stat...

Photoshop for Designers That Don’t Use Photoshop

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Pablo Stanley is the name of the man that actually created the website mentioned in the title. He explains Photoshop to designers that don’t use Photoshop. Starting Point for Occasional Photoshop Users At first glance, Pablo’s website seems...