Weekly News for Designers № 606
Using Web Components in WordPress is Easier Than You Think – Different options for adding web components to your WordPress site.
8 CSS Snippets for Creating Split-Screen Layouts – Unique examples of a powerful layout technique.
2021 Developer Survey – Stack Overflow reveals the results of their annual survey.
Atkinson Hyperlegible: A Typeface For The Visually Impaired – This new Google font was developed with a focus on letterform distinction.
The World of CSS Transforms – A look at the cool and unexpected things you can do with the CSS
Wicked Backgrounds – This online tool will help you generate a beautiful website background.
Don’t Be Branded as a Cheap, Low-End Designer – Some helpful tips on positioning yourself as a quality designer who’s worth the money.
Vechai UI – Grab this collection of accessible React UI components that use TailwindCSS.
Superhero Animation Effect with SVG Filters – Learn how to create an interactive superhero-like illustration effect for the web using SVG filters and masks.
Awesome Guidelines – Check out guidelines for various languages, frameworks and tools.
Web Designers Can Get by Without Knowing Code. Here’s Why They Should Learn Anyway. – There are still plenty of benefits to knowing how to code.
Progressive Tooling – A list of community-built, third-party tools that can be used to improve page performance.
As WordPress Changes, the Pressure to Adapt Rises – WordPress has gone through some major changes. Here’s how you can adapt to them at your own pace.
Mapus – A mapping tool to explore and annotate collaboratively.
UI Guideline – The definitive guide to standardize the design/code of UI Components based on the 39 most popular Reference Systems.
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