Month: September 2017

Comics of the Week #408

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Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD. The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers. These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world […]

How to Publish Responsive Websites with Sketch and Launchpad

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Anima have built two super-useful Sketch Plugins. Auto Layout helps designers create responsive layouts in Sketch, and Launchpad exports the responsive design as a near-finished HTML/CSS website with decent code quality. TL;DR — watch the video… “Wait…another site builder? Really?” Well, Launchpad is more of an HTML/CSS exporter with some impressive features. It’s not your […]

UX at Scale 2017: Free Online Conference with 20,000+ Registrants

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Scaling design is one of the greatest challenges faced by product teams today. That’s because design just doesn’t scale like engineering. As teams, products, and processes grow, things eventually break. Despite how daunting the challenge seems, plenty of companies have adapted their own best practices over the years. Now they’re going to share their stories […]

3 Overlooked Tweaks to Optimize Website Usability

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According to Adobe, given 15 minutes to consume content, two-thirds of users would rather consume something that’s visually appealing, than something plain. But, users also expect websites to load in less than 5 seconds at least, therefore designing a website (or app) for speed and satisfaction should be every designer’s focus. It’s difficult to overlook […]

Uploading Directories At Once With webkitdirectory

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    If you’ve ever tried to implement a bulletproof, good-looking file uploader, you might have encountered an issue: uploading an entire folder or folders of files is usually quite a hassle, as files in each folder have to be selected manually. And then some folders might contain sub-folders as well. Well, we can use […]

Building Inclusive Toggle Buttons

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    Some things are either on or off and, when those things aren’t on (or off), they are invariably off (or on). The concept is so rudimentary that I’ve only complicated it by trying to explain it, yet on/off switches (or toggle buttons) are not all alike. Although their purpose is simple, their applications […]