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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...

CSS Glitch Effect

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Today we’d like to show you how to create a little experimental glitch-like effect on an image. The effect will be powered by CSS animations and the clip-path property. The technique involves using several layers of images where each one will hav...

Getting Started With The JavaScript Web Animation API

Adding animations to web interfaces makes pages and apps feel more responsive and interactive. A side menu that smoothly slides out of view provides a much better user experience then a menu that just disappears when you close it. So far creating web ...

Handle Mouse And Touch Input With The Pointer Events API

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With more and more people using their mobile phones and tablets for web browsing, we as developers have to make sure that our web interfaces are fully accessible via touch. Setting up click and hover event listeners sort of works, but it is clearly a ...

Learn Webpack in 15 Minutes

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Build tools have become an integral part of web development, mainly due to the ever-increasing complexity of JavaScript apps. Bundlers allow us to package, compile, and organize the many assets and libraries needed for a modern web project. In this tu...