Web, Design, Code

This collection houses all sorts of amazing articles that contribute towards the never-ending discussion surrounding: web, design, and code.


Surviving your first year as a Designer

Top 10 tips to making it though your first year.


I’ve now been working for a Design Week top 100 company for over 6…


Keen to Tween

An introduction to animation on the web and why you should use it.


Web is not print. I’m sure the most vigilant of you have already spotted this…


Explaining app mechanics with animations

Animations got the power to explain particularities of custom app mechanics. This is how its made in yep! app.


Introduction to Design Thinking

An approach to design work


Over the past few decades, amplified by the evolution of the internet, design is now firmly on the…


A designer’s reboot


Going back to basics to get out of a slump in form.


I’ve been designing things since 2008, but in that relatively short time I’ve been…


Three Ways AmazonFresh Can Improve Its User Experience

A guerrilla usability test on AmazonFresh’s web platform


Building a Minimal Static Website Generator and Development Environment with Node.js

https://github.com/jaschaephraim/static-generator


In certain circumstances, static website generators offer clear advantages over dynamic CMSs and blogging platforms. This is often the case for the personal sites of individual developers for whom it is more user…


Developing the Perfect Order Confirmation E-mail

Are your emails working hard enough?


Order confirmation emails have an exceptional open rate, and the…


Our front-end development boilerplate

Grunt, SASS, and everything in-between


tl;dr The frontend boilerplate we use for starting new sites is now posted publicly


2014 — The Year of Interaction Design Tools

A brief survey on the state of interaction + prototyping


We’re six months in to 2014, and designers have the widest selection of interaction and prototyping tools to date. The community is blossoming, and bridging the gap from mockup to working prototype is now easier than ever.
Inspired by the upcoming Pixate, I’ve…


Accessibility for designers

Mind your RGB’s


I began this year with the objective of learning more about accessibility, particularly as it pertains to design. So, at…


Lessons learned while designing a timeline


Timelines are everywhere, especially in social media: Facebook is a timeline of your life; Twitter is a timeline of your microblog musings; Path


UI for UI’s Sake

l’art pour l’art’


The current theory of UI advocates that the best design is the least amount of design needed to accomplish a user’s tasks and goals…


Building a Better Button


In the famous book Don’t Make Me Think, Steve Krug advocates that designers should make buttons look like physical buttons people would find in their non-digital…


3 User Onboarding Hacks You Aren’t Using

Email, push notification, and text message tricks to onboard web and mobile app users (examples & pics)


Typesetting & Your App

What can go wrong will go wrong by default


Typesetting may seem like a mundane aspect of designing an app, but it is one of the most…


Intro to Front-End Web Development


My focus of study at Code Fellows, and career goal, is front-end web development (mainly what happens in a browser, but it goes much deeper). I’m about to…


Creating Better Typographic Hierarchy

The most overlooked element in interaction design.


Typographic hierarchy is often overlooked in interaction design…


Encoding and Decoding Unicode for Email

https://developers.kloudless.com


Where in the World Is Kloudless?


The Great Itch — The Project?

Art Lovers, New Yorkers, and Software Developers…a weekend project built for you


There’s a piece of artwork that is rarely on display that I’m obsessed with one day being able to view in person. It is one of the most recognizable and reproduced pieces of art in the world (interestingly all forms of it are actually facsimiles…


Reading code is (sometimes) more valuable than writing it


Understanding a concept is best demonstrated when you can recreate it in application. That means you’ve learned it. And…


Have Some Free iOS Sketch Paper

My Struggles with Freehand Sketching, and the Tool that Fixed it.


For a couple years now, I’ve had a trusty Behance Dot Grid


JavaScript Even Better

2 More Tips for Better JavaScript


After the success of my last post, JavaScript Better, I figured I’d share two more tips for writing better…

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