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Understanding the Basics of "Responsive Design" & the @media CSS At-rule sheriffderek sheriffderek  ●  CSS · Responsive layout · Responsive design · Web design · Design · Adaptive design  ●  Jan 16, 2017
Understanding the Basics of "Responsive Design" & the @media CSS At-rule

Take the time to understand how simple an @media rule is—and how much that small thing changed everything in responsive design.

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8 Ultimate Prototyping Tools for Web Developers Codementor Team Codementor Team  ●  Development process · Prototyping · Design · Prototype  ●  Dec 16, 2016
8 Ultimate Prototyping Tools for Web Developers

Prototyping tools are also great applications that will give you many advantages as a web developer. Each tool has a unique set of features and settings, so all you need to do is to try them out. Here are some that are worth giving a shot!

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6 UX Web Design Best Practices for a Great Website Codementor  ●  Design  ●  Aug 04, 2016
6 UX Web Design Best Practices for a Great Website

Making sure you address these web design best practices on every project will go a long way toward making your websites stand out from other designers.

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Coding Help for a Designer Codementor  ●  Design  ●  Jul 26, 2016
Coding Help for a Designer

Are you a designer learning to code or you just need to solve a problem in dev? Here are ways to get coding help for a designer when you need it the most.

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Parallax Scrolling: How to Get Started (Part 2) Codementor  ●  Design  ●  Jul 18, 2016
Parallax Scrolling: How to Get Started (Part 2)

Nobody wants a poorly designed site that scares visitors away — or bores them to death! Follow these tips to ensure you use parallax scrolling right.

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Parallax Scrolling: Why Your Website Needs It (Part 1) Codementor  ●  Design  ●  Jul 11, 2016
Parallax Scrolling: Why Your Website Needs It (Part 1)

Want to add parallax scrolling to your website? Here's why it could be the design feature your website needs to make visitors stay longer.

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UI Design Principles Every Mobile App Developer/Designer Must Follow Codementor  ●  Design · iOS · Android  ●  Dec 14, 2015
UI Design Principles Every Mobile App Developer/Designer Must Follow

In mobile app development, the UI (user interface) and UX (user experience) play the most significant roles in a mobile app’s success. Here are some principles you should follow.

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Why Web Designers Should Learn Front-End Development Codementor  ●  Design  ●  Aug 05, 2015
Why Web Designers Should Learn Front-End Development

For years now, there has been much debate about whether or not web designers need to learn front end development. Honestly, I’m shocked that in 2010 I’m still coming across ‘web designers’ who can’t code their own designs. No excuse. ~ Elliot Jay Stocks Five years down the line from that tweet, it’s all the more shocking to see web designers...

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A Guide for Designing a Focused Website Rafi Hindman Rafi Hindman  ●  Design · Html · CSS  ●  Jul 06, 2015
A Guide for Designing a Focused Website

How do we keep our designs simple, to the point and focused on our goals? When creating web designs we have to first understand human nature. How do we consume online information and how is it consumed with the least resistance? We should understand the answers to these questions before we start to implement our designs. This means that we...

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How to Best Learn Quartz Composer & Form pasquale pasquale  ●  Design  ●  Mar 20, 2015
How to Best Learn Quartz Composer & Form

This article is based on the Codementor office hours hosted by Pasquale D’Silva, the creative director and co-founder of Keezy. Our viewers wanted to know if there were some good resources to learn Quartz Composer and Form, whether there is something similar to Form, and whether it’s possible to auto-layout multiple screens with Quartz....

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