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Dark Patterns And Other Design No-Nos For Mobile

Dark Patterns And Other Design No-Nos For Mobile Dark Patterns And Other Design No-Nos For Mobile Suzanne Scacca 2018-09-24T14:00:18+02:00 2018-09-30T07:03:47+00:00 When it comes to making money, some companies will do whatever it takes to get people inside their establishment. But does that kind of business tactic even work? In my opinion, if you have to lie or trick your consumers into a sale, well then, that won’t obviously work! You might be able to attract a good amount of foot traffic (and even make some sales from the deceitful strategy), but let’s look at the big picture. If traffic...

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A Guide To Embracing Challenges And Excelling At Your UX Design Internship

A Guide To Embracing Challenges And Excelling At Your UX Design Internship A Guide To Embracing Challenges And Excelling At Your UX Design Internship Erica Chen 2018-09-21T14:15:20+02:00 2018-09-30T07:03:47+00:00 This is the story about my user design internship. I’m not saying that your internship is going to be anything like mine. In fact, if there’s one thing I can say to shape your expectations, it would be this: be ready to put them all aside. Above all else, remember to give yourself space and time to learn. I share my story as a reminder of how much I struggled and...

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Building A PWA Using Angular 6

Building A PWA Using Angular 6 Building A PWA Using Angular 6 Ahmed Bouchefra 2018-09-20T13:35:23+02:00 2018-09-30T07:03:47+00:00 In this tutorial, we’ll be using the latest Angular 6 to build a PWA by implementing the core tenets that make a PWA. We’ll start by creating a front-end web application that consumes a JSON API. For this matter, we’ll be using the Angular HttpClient module to send HTTP requests to a statically JSON API generated from the Simplified JavaScript Jargon GitHub repository. We’ll also use Material Design for building the UI via the Angular Material package. Next, we’ll use the “Audits” panel...

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Visual Studio Live Share Can Do That?

Visual Studio Live Share Can Do That? Visual Studio Live Share Can Do That? Burke Holland 2018-09-19T13:30:17+02:00 2018-09-30T07:03:47+00:00 A few months ago, Microsoft released its free Visual Studio (VS) Live Share service. VS Live Share is Google Docs level collaboration for code. Multiple developers can collaborate on the same file at the same time without ever leaving their own editor. After the release of Live Share, I realized that many of us have resigned ourselves to being isolated in our code and we’re not even aware that there are better ways to work with a service like VS Live...

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Fixed Elements And Overlays In XD: Incredibly Easy And Fun Methods For Your Prototypes

Fixed Elements And Overlays In XD: Incredibly Easy And Fun Methods For Your Prototypes Fixed Elements And Overlays In XD: Incredibly Easy And Fun Methods For Your Prototypes Manuela Langella 2018-09-18T12:30:32+02:00 2018-09-30T07:03:47+00:00 (This article is kindly sponsored by Adobe.) A fixed element is an object you set to a fixed position on the artboard, allowing other items to scroll underneath. This way, you get a realistic simulation of scrolling on desktop and mobile. With the new overlay feature, you can simulate interactions such as lightbox effects and submenus. How do famous brands use fixed elements and overlays? Well, let’s...

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