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Showcasing your professional work, your products, or yourself, is far easier than it used to be. Appearing in person with a sheaf of papers for a prospective client, customer, or employer to sift through can get you poor results. Instead of that you can get far better results by using a website builder to create your personal portfolio website. It’s also far easier to create and present a portfolio this way. Building an online portfolio is easy....

Dark design is and always will be a trend. The level of darkness will always vary, but basically, it’s really hard to screw up a simple, dark design. This is especially true for dark UI design. Not everyone gets it right all the time. There are a few things you have to keep in mind when working with a Dark UI. But, don’t pull your hair out yet. We’re going to go over the elements that you...

About The Author Ryan DeBeasi is a a software engineer, writer, and speaker living just north of Boston. He helps businesses solve problems using modern web technologies and … More about Ryan DeBeasi …[1] Design systems can improve usability, but they can also limit creativity or fall out of sync with actual products. In this article, we’ll explore how designers and developers can create more robust design systems by building a culture of collaboration. Design systems can be incredibly...

As we continue through this eventful 2019, there are many newsletter design trends that have already come and gone. But, there are also quite a few that have stuck around, and even more that are just beginning to show up.  So what are they? Great question. Newsletters are one of the most simple and effective marketing strategies out there, so it’s worth knowing what’s trending and what you should avoid. With that said, here are some of...

About The Author Rachel Andrew is not only Editor in Chief of Smashing Magazine, but also a web developer, writer and speaker. She is the author of a number of books, including … More about Rachel Andrew …[1] By naming lines when setting up our CSS Grid layouts, we can tap into some interesting and useful features of Grid — features that become even more powerful when we introduce subgrids. Many websites, in particular those which display long-form content,...

In this fifth installment of Inspired Design Decisions, Andy Clarke will teach you about Bea Feitler, who directed Harper’s Bazaar throughout the 1960s and has been described as “the pioneering female art director you’ve never heard of.” Andy will teach you about Feitler’s confident work and show you how to apply some of her design techniques to the work you make for the web. In this article, you’ll learn how to emphasize scale and maintain its...

About The Author Philip Kiely is a developer, writer, and entrepreneur. He is an undergraduate at Grinnell College (class of 2020). More about Philip Kiely …[1] Speech-to-text promises to save time transcribing long audio sources like podcasts and interviews. However, the poor quality of the resulting transcription severely limits the technology’s present use cases. We attempt various methods to improve transcription quality, but ultimately the technology fails to accurately represent human speech. That said, its speed and low...

About The Author Nick Babich is a developer, tech enthusiast, and UX lover. He has spent the last 10 years working in the software industry with a specialized focus on … More about Nick Babich …[1] Design is increasingly becoming more complex. Design processes require having a tight cross-functional collaboration between all teams involved in the creation of the product. Having a shared design language empowers teams to collaborate more effectively. That’s why many companies invest in design...

About The Author Rachel Andrew is not only Editor in Chief of Smashing Magazine, but also a web developer, writer and speaker. She is the author of a number of books, including … More about Rachel Andrew …[1] We had a lovely time at SmashingConf Freiburg. This post wraps up the event and also shares the video of all of the Freiburg presentations. We returned to our home in Freiburg for the 2019 SmashingConf, and brought all the SmashingConf...

In the golden era of technology, we as humans find ourselves less fascinated by the machine-like design most websites boast, and more attracted to conversational design. But, that does leave us with one overwhelming question: What the heck is conversational design? What the heck is conversational design? Conversational design isn’t as foreign as it sounds. In fact, you’re probably very familiar with the concept. For websites, conversational design is considered user-centric design. Basically, that means that instead of conversing...