A new website is sometimes a bad idea
“We need a new web design!” Or “Our website has to be turned upside down!” These are slogans that are invariably evacuated every few years in many organizations. But is that always correct? It is not always necessary to set up a website or web design “from scratch” with every change or challenge in business management or marketing.
I found this static site generator when looking into how to link WordPress to ReactJS to create a web app with a well know backend. Gatsby’s rich data plugin ecosystem lets you build sites with the data you want — from one or many sources: Pull data from headless CMSs, SaaS services, APIs, databases, your file system & more directly into your pages using GraphQL.
Glitch is a creative community with thousands of bit of code. If you see an app you like you can jump on and edit it, meaning it is so easy to remix bits of code and deploy with no stress. I havn’t used it yet, but looks interesting.
Optical adjustments in components
Every time you look at a computer interface, your brain is trying to fool you. No matter how hard you try to make things look aligned — the eye of the beholder will often disagree, due to a way we are wired to perceive objects in real life. So, as designers, the only option you have is to fool viewer’s brain back
On a recent project I have had to dive into the world of CSS transitions, and it was not a gentle dive. One library that was a great help was Rematrix. “Matrix transformations made easy”, and it really is. Definitely worth a look!
How to Create a Good UI Slider in Mobile Design
Sliders present a great navigation option for sites and apps with only a few elements to explore. Sliders feel natural to users and provide a fun way to change settings or explore features. Sliders are easily recognizable to users, which makes them easy to use. This makes them a very practical option for designers to explore.