As another week comes to an end, we are back again with our weekly roundup of web design and development related articles that have been published in the past seven days. In this edition, you will find articles about freelancing, design trends, Tailwind CSS, “classless” CSS, design mentoring, WordPress, and much more. So let’s have a look!
How to Prevent Pasting into an Input
Every once in a while I get to a website that doesn’t allow me to paste into a form input. In most cases it’s something to do with login credentials (username and or password) and auth codes. So how are they preventing me from pasting information? It’s as easy as you’d think! Let’s start with …
PHP code quality tools to check and improve your code
They were coded by Dave, your colleague developer. The classes are full of formatting errors, poor indentation, and weird one letter variables. There are so many dependencies you need to scroll down for minutes to escape the bloated constructor. Shacking, you open the unit tests to understand how it should work… but they don’t exist. …
Design Trend: Experimental Typefaces & Fonts
One of the biggest trends in website design is experimental typefaces. These funky, unique, and always special fonts can serve as the backbone of a project or provide a special spark. Experimental typefaces come in a variety of formats from handwriting styles to interesting serifs to color…
Speed Up Your Workflow With Figma Plugins — Smashing Magazine
There are hundreds of Figma plugins available as of today, yet the Figma plugin search functionality is pretty basic and at times it can be very difficult to find the right plugin for a certain task. This article will take an in-depth look at several plugins that can speed up your design workflow.
Data visualization websites that impress with their design
An abundant quantity of data is available on the internet today. The process of making information attractive and exciting is an art, and the innovative visualization of data visualization has transformed complex information into an interesting and easily understandable format.
Getting Started With Next.js — Smashing Magazine
Next.js is a React framework that is bound to ease your life as a React developer by abstracting away the common and redundant tasks (such as routing) into relatively simpler and powerful APIs. That way, you can focus on writing your apps instead of reinventing the wheel.