I don’t know about you, but it felt like April lasted 4 months and then May seemed to fly by in an instant! Here we are at the last Friday of the month already, and since it’s Friday, it’s time for our weekly roundup of articles related to web design and development that were published in the past seven days. In this week’s roundup we have articles about WordPress, animations, CSS, UX, freelancing, and more! Let’s dive in!
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A quick look at how an infinitely scrollable menu works based on a looping scroll illusion of cloned items.
A roundup of some outstanding examples of modern websites where scroll-triggered animations stand behind the beauty and interactivity of the user experience.
Five signs that it’s time to update or redesign your portfolio website again.
When you work as a freelancer, it’s essential to save time in your workflow wherever you can.
Are you having a hard time finding photos for your website? The solution might be a simple one: use illustrations.
A follow-up article to see if we can address some of the problems Chris pointed out here: https://css-tricks.com/block-links-are-a-pain-and-maybe-just-a-bad-idea/
“Think different” was only one of the principles Steve Jobs followed. A character that has left a tremendous legacy, not only as a design innovator.
A roundup of some pros and cons of hosting WordPress on AWS and how to launch a website with Amazon Lightsail.
A look at how you can apply the same psychological strategies they use for the good of others. And make better and more effective designs.
Micro-interactions can bring personality, humanity, and charm to your site or app.
This guide is about the HTML syntax for responsive images (and a little bit of CSS for good measure).
A number of ways to secure the WordPress admin area.
Envato Elements is truly a one-stop resource for so many templates, themes, graphics, illustrations, photos, and more!
In this article, we’re going to talk about feelings. Why? Because we, as developers, are people, not machines.
That’s right: the original “Responsive Web Design” article turns ten today. It feels odd to think the article’s been online for a decade.
Build Plugins allow you to have particular hooks for events within your build, like when the build starts or ends.
By applying a little color theory we can dynamically generate harmonious color combos and gradients.
If you’re thinking about ditching the office but aren’t sure how, learning one of the following skillsets will increase your chances of landing a remote job.
Gen Alpha is here, and they’re already online.
Look into what each of these roles entails and what their responsibilities are.
Having the right colors could generate increased purchases and higher traffic to your site.
Pairing typefaces can be tricky, but with the help of some handy resources, you’ll get the hang of mixing and matching the right fonts in no time.
What are the benefits? Are there any pitfalls? These are the top things to consider when designing for dark mode.
How you can use emotion in your web design to create a great impression, enhance user experience (UX), and drive conversions.
This roundup of examples of ecommerce website designs is sure to inspire you to build something great. Don’t just build a store, build a brand.
If you are looking to take your conversions into your own hands, take a look at these six examples.
Oh hey! A brand new property that affects how a box is sized!
One of the best techniques to have in your toolkit is designing with type on and around images.
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