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This article introduces 5 React UI libraries. You will see how to setup and integrate them for your purposes. We will share our impressions and show an example for each library. We found rich UX frameworks for enterprise apps and lightweight libraries for prototyping or smaller applications.
Progressive Web Apps isn’t a technology, but a terminology which describes rich website in a way of quality and ability to progress as an application to user’s device.
When describing AMP as a stop gap measure, I really liken AMP to being a fast, effective remedy for a web that was very sick. We are trying to stop the blood from flowing, so the surgeons can deliver long term health to the patient. In the case of AMP, the surgeons are emerging web […]
This page presents a quarterly overview of the planned features and enhancements to AMP. Projects are organized according to core focus areas.
Web fonts are becoming increasingly popular all over the web. Using web fonts allows a site author to include and use specific fonts along with the assets of their websites. Browsers download the fonts with the rest of the site and use them when they finish downloading. Unfortunately, not all web fonts download instantaneously, which […]
This process or method was developed by IDEO and it’s taught at the d.school: Institute of Design at Stanford. It involves massive collaboration and frequent iterations. It has five very clear phases: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype and Test.
UXDPV is an interactive chart inspired by research in UX Design practice verticals by Nathaniel Davis. UX design practice verticals represent a group of eight interrelated areas of practice. Each practice is represented as a vertical that contains six area of interests. Each area of interest builds on the one before it—starting from the bottom. UXDPV […]
Astrum is a lightweight pattern library designed to be included with any web project. It’s non-opinionated and doesn’t expect you to write your markup or code in any particular way.
We’re going to show you the techniques to reap the most benefits from this early design foundation, including a step-by-step guide to building yours.
In game development there are two methods of rendering text: via bitmap fonts and vector fonts. Bitmap fonts are essentially a sprite sheet image that contains all the characters of a given font. The sprite sheet uses a regular font file (traditionally .ttf). How does this apply to game development on the Web and HTML5 […]