Trade Marks & Symbols is a comprehensive, profusely illustrated guide to more than 1,500 trademarks from all over the world.
The CSS pre-processor Sass has been around for almost a decade and has grown quite a bit since early beginnings. It’s now one of the preferred methods for writing CSS code to compile and run smoothly. But those who’ve never tried to learn Sass are likely to be a bit intimidated. While it is general […] Read More at Sass Guidelines can make you a Pro at Sass/SCSS
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Summer months can often slow down production as we trade in our desks for a sandy beach, but not at Intercom. Even with a few sunny holidays, we still managed to ship new features that will help you improve your marketing automation, conversations, and more.… Read more The post What We Shipped: Goals, Teams, Rules, and More appeared first on Inside Intercom.
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Today CodePen just announced their latest redesign as it went public to all users. This would be CodePen’s first big overhaul since it launched online to compete with other web-based IDEs like jsFiddle. You’ll note that while the design itself has been changed, CodePen’s entire experience has been improved. Show More Summary
Alex Arizmendi is an illustrator from Mexico who loves to create characters. In this project called "Island" Alex creates a beautiful character illustration and goes behind the scenes showing his references and sketches. Check it out! For more from Alex Arizmendi visit mfk00.com. Tags: illustration paul0v2's blog
Today’s featured work are actually tributes to the late branding guru, Wallace “Wally” Olins. Having pursued a unique view of branding and its many facets, Wally had charmed entrepreneurs all...
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Perhaps the most popular modern UI design trend is flat design. Apple’s iOS 7 adopted this design style with Google following suit afterwards. Many web designers also prefer the flat style for its simplicity and widespread acceptance. Show More Summary
Surely you’ve noticed by now that most websites for design agencies, designers, startups, or even products, and personal blogs all look a bit… similar. Even if you haven’t noticed, you’ve probably read about it. So how worrying is it that every website now seems to be a carbon copy of another? I can already hear […]
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So you’ve received an InDesign file from a colleague or client; or even navigated to an old ID file on your own computer—only to find that the document is apparently ‘damaged’ and won’t open. The file has somehow become corrupted, and the software just doesn’t like it. Show More Summary
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