Category: Design News

How to use Chrome DevTools like a Pro

As the name implies Chrome Developer Tools is a tool that allows web developers to interfere and manipulate applications via the browser. With this tool you can: Manage interface problems Debug Javascript Code with using breakpoints Optimize your code To open DevTools, you can right-click anywhere on the page and...

The Ugliest Fonts Are Used in the East of the USA

I’ll just say Comic Sans. If you have positive memories related to this font, please send me an email. You can imagine that I don’t expect a lot of mail on that. Of course, Comic Sans is only the fontificated ugliness by word usage, but it surely is not the only ugly font that the world makes its inhabitant...

Web Standards Documentation: Microsoft Joins the Mozilla Developer Network

Microsoft is busily exporting documents that deal with web standards. Target of the export is the MDN, the Mozilla Developer Network. What gives? In times where a reading and thinking human can get the impression that everyone was a splitter, Microsoft’s latest move is well received. Recently, they decided to mer...

Tool Tip: Banimatic Creates Banners of All Sizes

The online banner generator Banimatic generates banners of any size fully automatically. The results can be edited, and even animated, if you want to. Chop-Chop, a Banner Go make a banner for your website real quick. If possible, do that in six different resolutions. This sounds like it was a bit of work, and of course...

Roundups: The Newsletter Aggregator for Designers

Newsletters and other ways of compiling design resources are a dime a dozen. Roundups.co helps you keep an overview. The Part With the Heavy Sighs I don’t know how you feel about this. I’m subscribed to a couple dozen newsletters, and, upon receiving them, I automatically place them into folders. Afterwards...

WebVR Showroom: A Look Into the Future of Product Presentation

The WebVR showroom hints at what the future of product presentation on the web looks like impressively. When this establishes itself is mainly a question of costs. Well, I’m impressed. So far, WebVR experiments were not really able to get me excited. But the things shown by the French studio Little Workshop are i...

5 Web Design Trends to Follow this Spring

Trends in web design sphere are similar to trends in fashion. There are trends that are available only for people with a generous budget (aka those that buy items only from the first line); and there are trends that are available for the majority (like items from the second line). Today we are going to take a look at 5...

The Color of the Year 2017: Greenery by Pantone

15-0343 TCX, also known as “Greenery,” is the name of the color of the year by Pantone. After having chosen pink and blue in the past year, I’m a little surprised to see a somewhat muddy green in 2017. (Source: Pantone) Pantone: Color as a Political Statement Pantone likes to issue statements. These...

The Future of Webdesign: Trends 2017

I’ll try my luck as a fortune teller once again, and dare to give you a preview of future web design trends for the year 2017. Some things remain the same; other things will move into the foreground. But one thing is sure: there won’t be any more classic desktop designs. A bunch of things will change in 20...

Muz.li Joins InVision, but why?

The Muz.li team joins forces with the great people behind InVision Labs. As both have the same understanding of quality, this move is no bad news for designers and developers. So no worries, it’s only me. I am having a hard time understanding what the deal could be about. A Short Introduction to InVision and Muz....