20 Freshest Web Designs, October 2019

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You’ll find a few other trends, and sites that ignore trends altogether, in our roundup of the freshest web design this month, but it’s hard to ignore the vibrancy that’s taking over. Enjoy! Chevalvert Chevalvert is a French design agency … Continued

Is Emerging AI Too Smart to Design for Me and You?

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Currently, the answer is a resounding, “What? No… why would you even ask?” But this article isn’t about current AIs. True artificial intelligence is a long, long way off; and frankly, if we run face-first into the singularity, I doubt … Continued

How to Deliver Dramatic UX with Weatherstack’s API

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weatherstack provides real-time, historical, and even forecast data up to 14 days in advance. Licensed from some of the world’s biggest weather stations and weather data providers, the information provided by weatherstack’s simple to use API gives you an accurate … Continued

3 Essential Design Trends, October 2019

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There’s a bonus trend in the roundup this month. (Four trends rather than three…but you’ll have to find it!) Our more obvious collection of trends are visual elements – skinny vertical design blocks, a shift to tiny logos and branding … Continued

Is It Time to Embrace AMP?

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If you own a website, you should have at least heard the term AMP before. If you haven’t, it’s likely you will hear more about it very soon. Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project has impacted the user experience of … Continued

Free Download: 30 Script Fonts

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The foundation of all typography is your choice of font. The font creates the voice of your text, its character and personality. For designers who aim to produce vital and engaging designs, a well-stocked font menu is a must. Of … Continued

Android Fans Rejoice, Vivaldi Has Arrived

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It’s time for me to go all fanboy on you guys, because Vivaldi is on Android, ya’ll! Vivaldi the browser, that is. You know, the one made by former Opera devs, and which is aimed at power users who want … Continued

In Defence of Hacking

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Someone defaced your website, posted a rude or lewd image, and called you the adult equivalent of a doodyhead? Ah well, time to grab the backups, and maybe switch hosts. You can’t really be faulted for thinking that. In popular … Continued

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