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Radix Announces Global Web Design Contest, F3.space

Radix, the world’s 3rd largest nTLD domain portfolio registry, today announced the launch of a global web design contest, F3.space. Through this contest, web designers, developers and existing customers are invited to submit their website on any of the 9 gTLDs operated by Radix, such as .ONLINE, .TECH, .SPACE, .STORE, .PRESS, .SITE, .WEBSITE, .HOST and .FUN. Submissions can be made on F3.space to compete for prizes worth USD 30,000. The contest will have weekly and monthly winners, chosen based on…

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How to Design Website from an Emotional Prospective

I am not a Psychologist. Neither an avid reader on psychological anatomy but that one thing I am pretty sure about myself is that I am a 156Lbs pack of blood and bones programmed with a particular set of emotions that define me. These emotions drive me, they reveal who I am, and they influence almost every decision of my life that I make. And same goes for all us. Being an owner of an internet marketing agency and running…

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Pattern Library Workflow – Jon Gunnison – Medium

Just about a year ago, I started working at Allstate. Myself and my team of two UI Engineers and a Design Lead established a Pattern Library that has been very successful. With the success I decided that it would be a good idea to share our workflow in an article. For starters we have the four segments that every Pattern Library is structured with. These start with fundamentals that translate into the coded components and then we bundle together those…

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Run a thriving design studio with the new Computer Arts

As any design company founder will tell you, running a successful studio takes a lot more than design prowess. You need plenty of guts, determination, and the kind of business savvy that may not always come naturally to creative people. Buy Computer Arts issue 270 now! With all of this in mind, the cover story in Computer Arts issue 270 sets out six of the biggest hurdles that are likely to stand in the way of your creative business’ growth, and gives you 36 gems of essential advice…

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Radix Announces Global Web Design Contest, F3.space

Radix, the world’s 3rd largest nTLD domain portfolio registry, today announced the launch of a global web design contest, F3.space. Through this contest, web designers, developers and existing customers are invited to submit their website on any of the 9 gTLDs operated by Radix, such as .ONLINE, .TECH, .SPACE, .STORE, .PRESS, .SITE, .WEBSITE, .HOST and .FUN. Submissions can be made on F3.space to compete for prizes worth USD 30,000. The contest will have weekly and monthly winners, chosen based on…

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Radix Announces Global Web Design Contest, F3.space

Radix, the world’s 3rd largest nTLD domain portfolio registry, today announced the launch of a global web design contest, F3.space. Through this contest, web designers, developers and existing customers are invited to submit their website on any of the 9 gTLDs operated by Radix, such as .ONLINE, .TECH, .SPACE, .STORE, .PRESS, .SITE, .WEBSITE, .HOST and .FUN. Submissions can be made on F3.space to compete for prizes worth USD 30,000. The contest will have weekly and monthly winners, chosen based on…

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Using Custom Properties to Modify Components

Instead of using custom properties to style whole portions of a website’s interface I think we should use them to customize and modify tiny components. Here’s why. Whenever anyone mentions CSS custom properties they often talk about the ability to theme a website’s interface in one fell swoop. For example, if you’re working at somewhere like a big news org then we might want to specify a distinct visual design for the Finance section and the Sports section – buttons,…

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If celebrities were Pantone colours

Earlier this week, we reported that legendary musician Prince had been honoured with his own Pantone colour (a bold shade of purple, of course). But that got us thinking: what Pantone colours might other famous musicians, celebrities and icons be awarded when they pop their clogs? So, we did it. Using some of their famous songs, nicknames, outfits or just whatever sprang to mind, really (this was not a scientific colour-matching experiment), we’ve come up with some new celebrity Pantone…

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Webspec Design Acquires Web And Print Company

EDJE does work in web and print design, as well as mobile app development. Its 18 full-time employees work with a variety of client types and consist of developers, designers, and print specialists. Both companies combined will total nearly 50 employees. On top of adding these new, creative employees, Webspec will also be acquiring all the current EDJE services and clients. “We are really excited about this opportunity and cannot wait to have everyone at EDJE officially join our team,”…

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Saving SVG with Space Around It from Illustrator

By Chris Coyier On August 18, 2017 illustrator, SVG Say you have a graphic like this in Adobe Illustrator: Note how the art doesn’t touch the edges of the artboard. Say you want that space around it, and you want to save it as SVG for use on the web. Nope: Save for Web THE CLAW! You’ll see space around here, but unfortunately the classic Save for Web dialog doesn’t export as SVG at all, so that’s not really an…

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