My Design Process Of The Cover Design For Smashing Magazine Print Issue #1

Back in 2016, Vitaly Friedman asked me to design the cover and layout for a printed version of Smashing Magazine, a magazine for web designers and developers. The design I created back then for the cover and inside template layout, however, was shelved for a while as the project was paused for about two years owing to other priorities. Later, after Smashing Magazine launched its new website, a new style was born, and the design I had come up with didn’t really match anymore.

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A Pain-Free Workflow For Issue Reporting And Resolution

(This is a sponsored post.) Errors, bugs and other issues are bound to arise in web development. Even if they aren’t outright errors, clients often have feedback about how something was designed, where it was placed or how certain elements work. It’s just part of the gig.
It can be a very painful part of the gig, too.
Take this scenario, for instance:
Email #1 from client: “I can’t see the button anymore.

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<aMonth-to-month Web Development Update 9/2019: Embracing Basic And Why Simple Is Hard

Editor’s note: Please note that this is the last Monthly Web Development Update in the collection. You can still adhere to the Web Development Reading List on Anselm’s website at https://wdrl.info.

View & out for a brand-new summary message layout following month right here on Smashing

Magazine.

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thank-you to Anselm for sharing his searchings for as well as his ideas with us throughout the previous 4 years. Do we make our lives also intricate, as well hectic, as well as well abundant? Month-to-month Web Development Update 9/2019: Embracing Basic And Why Simple Is Hard

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A Re-Introduction To Destructuring Assignment

If you write JavaScript you’re likely familiar with ES2015 and all the new language standards that were introduced. One such standard that has seen incredible popularity is destructuring assignment. The ability to “dive into” an array or object and reference something inside of it more directly. It usually goes something like this.
const response = { status: 200 data: {} } // instead of response.data we get… const {data} = response //now data references the data object directly const objectList = [ { key: ‘value’ }, { key: ‘value’ }, { key: ‘value’ } ] // instead of objectList[0], objectList[1], etc we get.

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Moving Your JavaScript Development To Bash On Windows

I’m one of those people who can’t live without their Bash terminal. This sole fact has made it difficult for me to do frontend work on Windows. I work at Microsoft and I’m on a Mac. It wasn’t until the new Surface hardware line came out a few years ago that I realized: I gotta have one of those.
So I got one. A Surface Book 2 running Windows 10 to be exact.

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Webflow: The Web Development Platform Of The Future

(This is a sponsored article.) Time-to-market plays a crucial role in modern web design. Most product teams want to minimize the time required to go from the idea to a ready-to-use product without sacrificing the quality of the design along the way.
When it comes to creating a website, teams often use a few different tools: one tool for graphics and visual design, another for prototyping, and another for coding.

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