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There are huge Sketch files that exist, and not only do they slow down Sketch, but also any designer’s productivity. In this article, Ahmed introduces a menu bar application that is bound to help you get rid of this headache.
How do you get the most out of both your career and your personal life? We asked the community to share their tips and advice on achieving a healthy work-life balance, and this is what they had to say.
Intersection information is needed for many reasons, such as lazy loading of images. But there’s so much more. It’s time to get a better understanding and different perspectives on the Intersection Observer API. Ready?
Anselm Hannemann summarized what happened in the web development world in the past few weeks. A reading list full of browser news, handy guides, thoughtful reads, and more.
WordPress is currently fully localized for over 65 languages and offers partial translations for an additional 95 locales. If you haven’t internationalized your WordPress website yet, it’s probably time to do so.
We love bringing people together, and creating a friendly atmosphere for everybody to share and learn. No fluff, no theory—just actionable insights applicable to your work right away.More info about SmashingConf
A little dashboard that takes care of you when you’re using your terminal? Yes please! Tiny Care Terminal reminds you about taking breaks, drinking water and looking outside. It also shows your git commits from the past 7 days.
CSS. A fantastic resource for learning the ins and outs of Cascading Style Sheets comes from Russ Weakley: 24 CSS slide decks explaining everything from the very basics to pseudo classes and positioning. HTML and accessibiliy slide decks will follow soon.
Fitt’s Law, Hick’s Law, the Serial Position Effect. Do you know what’s behind the names? If not, Laws Of UX has got your back. The site explains the ten key maxims that designers should consider when building user interfaces. You can also print them out as posters and hang them on your office wall.
A narwhal that helps you build better websites? Of course! Meet Sonarwhal, a new linting tool which integrates other tools and services, e.g. aXe for accessibility, SSL Server Test for certificate configuration, and more.
Do you have difficulties grasping the difference between “implicit” and “explicit” in CSS Grid? Jen Simmons explains the concept and shows you how to do a common responsive image gallery in just two lines and with zero media queries.
A dynamic icons library in Sketch allows you to change icons and their color on the fly. To make the process of creating one a lot more convenient, Valentin Chrétien built Sketch Icons, a plugin that helps you generate your dynamic library in less than five minutes.