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Meet Threadit, a tool that helps you make short video recordings to share your work and connect with your team.
In a new short series of posts, we highlight some of the useful tools and techniques for developers and designers. This time it’s all about CSS Generators: from CSS shadows to easing gradients to CSS overlays to CSS doodles.
In this round of the series, we are going to look into some of these frameworks along with some great examples of apps as well as other cool resources for the month.
Design is an endlessly challenging world. Pre-project roadblocks and lack of alignment often leads to delays and prevent the best work from getting done. But design doesn’t have to be an uphill climb—just take Atlassian for example. The team created Confluence templates to disrupt their most common creative hurdles.
“When we start a new design project, it’s often a blank slate,” says Chan Kim, lead designer for Confluence at Atlassian. “Templates focused on outlining key elements of the design process enable my team to get started faster by reducing the hurdle of ‘where do we need to start?’”
Guaranteed design success isn’t something that can only be claimed by Atlassian, though. The team has graciously offered to share their top templates to help teams like yours. Use the three below and see how your team can lock in needed information right at the start of any project.
Telling font styles apart was one of the hardest things to do when I started working as a designer. Being self-taught, the only major difference I could see was that a font was either a serif or a sans-serif. But the more I explored, the more I realised how vast the universe of font styles actually is.
The joy of coding Python should be in seeing short, concise, readable classes that express a lot of action in a small amount of clear code — not in reams of trivial code that bores the reader to death. – Guido van Rossum Python is one of the most used programming languages in the world, and that can …
Color psychology is the study of how the colors we perceive impact our thoughts and feelings. Understanding the fundamental principles of the psychology of color will help you harness the power of color in marketing, branding, design and beyond.
The founders of Belgium's Studio Plastique explain how their research-based projects and material investigations aim to position design as “a tool for a world that is in transition” in this interview as part of our VDF x Alcova collaboration.