Every month, we come across many noteworthy websites regarding design, information architecture, interactivity etc. We've decided to put them together and share this collection with you. So, it's high time to get inspired. Here you'll find unconventional websites, portfolios, and landing pages. Some of them received prestigious awards like Awwwards, CSS Design Awards, etc.
In September 2014 I was lucky to visit IT Weekend and to listen to Slava Pankratov's talk from the Stratoplan school of management. He was standing out from all the others for his charisma and the ability to capture the audience's attention. Since then I regularly saw the ad on Facebook but consistently ignored it. However, some time ago I was on sick leave and once again was scrolling down my news feed and finally decided to leave my email to download Manager's Black Book.
This is an article for Ubuntu beginners. As we know, Adobe dropped the player support. Adobe Flash Player installation or update will take no more than two minutes.
Managers, front-end developers and other little animals that work in companies, advertising agencies, etc, as well as their clients, sometimes have to estimate different design ideas. Even if nature has endowed you with aesthetic sensitivity, at least once, you have probably been in a situation when after having seen the design that doesn't meet you needs, you felt like a dog – you understood that something was wrong, but you could not say what the problem was.
The logo is one of the essential elements of a company's image. By looking at it, a person gets an impression of the organization, its objectives, and businesses. Besides, it makes for memorability of the brand, and what is more, it helps the company to stand out among the competitors. The question then arises as to when it's time to create it.
Once, we faced a problem. We received a ticket from our clients: “Can't update the price of the 63072 m item”. This is an e-commerce website with automatic import in exl format. We made this site a long time ago.
This is the first article in the series of lessons on a great tool for layout coding – SASS. SASS is a CSS preprocessor, in other words, it's a program that performs preliminary processing of data. In layman's terms, it's a tool that generates CSS code automatically.
In this lesson, I'm going to explain to you how to install SASS.