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Do we need mega-dropdown hover menus in 2021? Probably not. Let’s explore things to keep in mind when designing and building a mega-dropdown, alternatives to hover menus and fine details for designing a better UX. Complex websites often rely on complex navigation. When a website houses thousands of pages, often combined with micro-websites and hundreds of subsections, eventually the navigation will go deep and broad. And with such a complex multi-level navigation, showing the breadth of options...

About The Author Mikołaj is a designer and front-end developer leading a design team at ucreate, a British company specialised in building startups. He’s passionate about … More about Mikołaj ↬[1] Today, we are taking a closer look at SVGator 3.0[2], a new major release of the popular SVG application that lets you create, edit and animate SVG files and make the best out of what SVG has to offer — from start to finish. SVGator is evolving and...

About The Author Drew is a Staff Engineer specialising in Frontend at Snyk, as well as being a co-founder of Notist and the small content management system Perch. Prior to this, … More about Drew ↬[1][2][3][4] In this episode, we’re talking about VisBug. What is it, and how is it different from the array of options already found in Chrome DevTools? Drew McLellan talks to its creator Adam Argyle to find out. In this episode, we’re talking about VisBug....

About The Author Beau is a full-stack developer based in Victoria, Canada. He built one of the first online image editors, Snipshot, in one of the first Y Combinator batches in … More about Beau ↬[1] Google’s “Page Experience Update” will start rolling out in June. At first, sites that meet Core Web Vitals thresholds will have a minor ranking advantage in mobile search for all browsers. Search is important to any business, and this is the story...

About The Author Átila Fassina is on a mission to make code simple. When not recording screencasts or courses, you may find him either writing and talking about jamstack, … More about Átila ↬[1] “Tree-shaking” is a must-have performance optimization when bundling JavaScript. In this article, we dive deeper on how exactly it works and how specs and practice intertwine to make bundles leaner and more performant. Plus, you’ll get a tree-shaking checklist to use for your projects. Before...

In this new series of articles on UX, we take a closer look at some frustrating design patterns and explore better alternatives, along with plenty of examples to keep in mind when building or designing one. Don’t miss the next ones: subscribe to our newsletter to get updates[1]. You’ve seen them before. Confusing and frustrating design patterns that seem to be chasing you everywhere you go, from one website to another. Perhaps it’s a disabled submit button...

Today marks the day we sent out our 300th edition of the Smashing Newsletter[1]. This article is a little celebration in which we share little Smashing stories from people working behind the scenes. This is not a regular Smashing article. Over a decade ago, we set out to send a truly smashing newsletter[2] with useful tips and techniques for designers and developers. The first issue was sent out in early 2009. And we would have never imagined...

A prototype of the long-awaited CSS container queries has landed in Chrome Canary and is available for experimentation. Let’s look at what problem is being solved, learn how container queries work, and see how they compare with and complement existing CSS features for layout. At present, container queries can be used in Chrome Canary[1] by visiting chrome://flags and searching for and enabling them. A restart will be required. View of the search results within Chrome Canary’s chrome://flags settings...

About The Author Amanda Annandale is an event producer who comes from a background in NYC theater and production. When not producing events or stage managing theater, you can … More about Amanda ↬[1] At the beginning of 2020, the SmashingConf team was ready for a new year. We had so many things that excited us. New speakers, new workshops, new cities, new attendees, new experiences. And as we all know, 2020 had other ideas. With so many...

About The Author Jhey makes awesome things for awesome people! He’s a web developer with almost 10 years of experience. Working with and for names such as Eurostar, Uber, … More about Jhey ↬[1] Want to get started with React but struggling to find a good place to start? This article should have you covered. We’ll focus on some of the main concepts of React and then we’ll be building a game from scratch! We assume that you...