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What’s new for designers, January 2016

In this month’s edition of what’s new for designers and developers, we’ve included lots of jQuery resources, theme and mockup collections, email tools, productivity tools, collaboration tools, job hunting resources, and much more. And as always, we’ve also included some awesome new free fonts! Almost everything on the list this month is free, with a […]

A New Generation Of Website Making

2016 is definitely going to be an extremely interesting year for all tech lovers. Wearables are getting better and more accessible, devices are going to be talking between themselves better, and let’s not forget the bee’s knees of 2016, the VR. Show More Summary

Popular design news of the week: January 11, 2016 – January 17, 2016

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, […]

Comics of the week #322

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 […]

jQuery 3.0 Beta is Now Available

jQuery recently completed ten years of active development. Furthermore, jQuery have also announced the release of jQuery 3.0 Beta, and you can start using it in your test projects right away. jQuery 3.0 comes loaded with many new features. Show More Summary

Microsoft’s Bing Has A New Logo

The world's second most popular search engine has a new logo. Yes, Microsoft recently unveiled a new logo for Bing. The new logo has abandoned the erstwhile yellow and is now green in color. This is the second change in logo of Bing ever since its birth in 2009 -- the first change came in... Read More at Microsoft’s Bing Has A New Logo

Perfecting navigation for the mobile web

As the number of mobile users continues to outpace the number of desktop users, it should go without saying that designers, now more than ever, have to design with a mobile-first mentality. With so many folks buying products or services, reading the news, and communicating with each other away from the confines of their desks, the design […]

WordPress For Android Now Supports Fingerprint Scanner

The latest version of the official WordPress app for Android devices is now available. WordPress for Android 4.9 comes with many new features, the most noteworthy among them being the fingerprint scanner.  So far, the WordPress app offered...Show More Summary

Your Onboarding Has a Shelf Life

User onboarding for the first several years of Intercom centered on one action: install a snippet of JavaScript. For our technical user base of developers and small startups, this was simple. While our onboarding process remained largely consistent for quite some time, our user base… Read more The post Your Onboarding Has a Shelf Life appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Google Wants Developers to Inline Small CSS

It is no secret that Google loves fast websites, and considers page speed as a factor when deciding page rank. While Google has a very detailed guide related to page speed and how to optimize your website, it has also recently added that small CSS should, preferably, be inlined.  What exactly is "inlining"? Ideally, if... Read More at Google Wants Developers to Inline Small CSS

The best new portfolio sites, January 2016

Hello all! And welcome to January’s portfolio roundup. There will be a lot to appreciate about each portfolio listed here, so why not grab a coffee and browse through some of the best new sites to showcase design work. You’ll find some of the most exciting designers working away in studios around the world, all […]

5 Lessons You Need to Learn About Design Freelancing Right Now

Design freelancing is a promising adventure which will guide you through a series of challenging obstacles and test your skills in mind-bending situations where the power of your spirit and your will to survive in the design freelancing career will determine the final results of your journey. Show More Summary

Win Over Your Audience Using Video Backgrounds

One of the biggest challenges a web designer faces is capturing and holding the attention of its audience. In a world with seemingly endless options, people are all too quick to move onto bigger and better, unless you can give them a compelling reason to stick around. Video, (when done right,) is an excellent way... Read More at Win Over Your Audience Using Video Backgrounds

IE8 is back from the dead

Some site owners may well have been surprised this morning, when checking their analytics, to discover that customers are still visiting them using Internet Explorer. Despite the fact that yesterday Microsoft ended support for any version of IE older than 11—Microsoft will not be providing updates and security patches for them—IE8, 9 and 10 have […]

Mozilla Has Decided to Shut Down Persona

Mozilla has decided to shut down its social login platform, Persona. Launched in 2012, Persona has served as a social login service, acting as an alternative to Facebook and Twitter social logins. However, amidst the growing popularity...Show More Summary

The VIP Plan for Growth

Every business faces the challenge of giving each customer an amazing support experience. It’s especially true in the early days, when time and attention are limited resources, and you’re fighting to get established. Hard decisions about the levels of support customers can expect are unavoidable… Read more The post The VIP Plan for Growth appeared first on Inside Intercom.

You Can Now Watch Periscope Videos in Twitter on iOS

For quite a while now, Periscope has served as a popular app for creating and broadcasting your videos live on social media. However, now, iOS users no longer need the Periscope app to watch videos posted by others, as all of that can be done right from within the Twitter app itself. So far, each... Read More at You Can Now Watch Periscope Videos in Twitter on iOS

Swiss in CSS: animating the International Typographic Style

There’s probably no style and technology that are quite as well paired as the International Typographic Style and CSS. When Detroit-based designer Jon Yablonski was looking for a way to flex his front-end muscles without client restraints, he decided to try and recreate some classic International Typographic Style posters, in CSS and vanilla JavaScript. See the Pen […]

Google Makes Changes To Its Core Ranking Algorithm

Google has recently confirmed that it has released a core ranking algorithm update. While many SEO experts and enthusiasts were assuming this to be the first step towards the Penguin update, it is not the case, and the new changes are...Show More Summary

Is Apple Building An App To Help Users Move To Android?

It was recently reported by The Telegraph (UK) that Apple has been working a new app that lets users migrate from Apple devices to Android, if they ever choose to do so. The said app, among other things, is rumored to help users transfer their data such as photos, contacts, music and other content to... Read More at Is Apple Building An App To Help Users Move To Android?

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