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Smashing magazin i snažne nove CSS tehnike i alati

 

 

 

Smashing magazin Kompletan članak. CSS tehnike Rotational Sliders LINK. CSS3 3D hologram   LINK. CSS3 tastatura LINK. Kreiranje sfere sa 3D CSS3 LINK. Prirodna rotacija objekta sa CSS3 3D LINK. CSS ALATI CSS generator šablona LINK. CSS3 Facebook dugmad LINK. CSS3 animacija LINK. Kompletan pregled CSS3 tehnika i alata LINK.
 
   

Smashing magazin nam poklanja kompjuterske pozadine za februar 2012

 

 

 

Smashing magazin februar 2012. "For February, the month of spring, love and 29 days. " Designed by Rahul. s from India. "We suggest – do not mess with February. " Designed by Marek Guziсski From Rio Creativo from Poland. "February, just one more cold month. . :). " Designed by Katerina Bobkova from Ukraine. "My drawings are mostly black-and-white and the year of the Black Dragon inspired me to start drawing another picture. Let the Dragon this year be friendly and playful ;). " Designed by Jelena Tљekulajeva from Estonia. Designed by Andreas Sofantzis from Greece. Designed by Diana Morgado from Portugal.
 
   

Smashing magazin vam poklanja novembarske tapete

 

 

 

Novembar 2011. je sunčan"A tribute to Steve Jobs, from the crew at Busy Building Things. " Designed by Andrew Power from Canada. Designed by Agnieszka Malarczyk from Poland. "I like autumn colors on the leafs!" Designed by Petr Vaclavek from Czech Republic. "It rains around here in november…. " Designed by Inerseshen Creative Media from USA. "I always like to use the macro feature of my camera to capture all the nature’s changes. Winter is coming and the first molecules of snow appeared on the autumn leaves… Isn’t it amazing?" Designed by Tatiana Anagnostaki from Greece. "The colour of Autumn. " Designed by John Rubio from Australia. CELA KOLEKCIJA NOVEMBARSKIH TAPETALINK
 
   

Smashing magazine Issuu 183

 

 

 

Smashing Magazine Issue 183 How difficult could it be to design the perfect accordion? For example, when it comes to desining one for collapsed table rows, cards or even for navigation in a UI? Well, it's all about looking into all of those fine details of the design with an intent to match users' expectations. Since there is no general convention about the design and interaction of an accordion, and accordions look and work differently across sites, some of your users will be confused about your experience no matter what you do.  An accordion on The Guardian. The entire bar acts as an expansion, with a chevron icon indicating the direction of the expansion. Every section also has a "Home" link, highlighted with an icon. Sometimes, a click on a particular category can lead directly to the category itself, while sometimes a tap on an empty space within the accordion's bar does exactly nothing, so some users will almost instinctively click on the icon rather than on anything else. Obviously, there are still many things to consider: How do you style a category's title? How do you indicate collapsed or expanded states, and what icons do you use to indicate these states? Where exactly do you place the icon, and what happens if users click on a category's title, empty space and the icon? Should an expanded section collapse automatically? Should users be scrolled to the top when an accordion is expanded? Should you also have a "collapse all" or "open all" link or button? While it's in the nature of an accordion to collapse one card while another is being opened, it might be better to give users full control and leave the card open until the user chooses to close it. The same goes for not scrolling the navigation to the top whenever an accordion is expanded. So what do we do then? Simple. Have the entire category's title, empty space, as well as icon act as expansions. Use an icon that indicates the direction of an expansion (chevron) or at least the expansion (+). Change the icon when the state is toggled to indicate collapsing (reversed chevron, - or x). Since a tap on the category's title acts as an expansion, add a link to the category in the list of items within the collapsible card. Place an icon on the left or on the right, and make sure it's large enough for comfortable tapping (at least 44×44px). That's probably the best we can do to match users' expectations. In case they aren't met, all navigation options are still there and can be accessed without an extra hassle or annoyance. Ah, and by the way, I'll be highlighting these issues and a couple of other patterns in my workshop at SmashingConf New York in the next week — I would love to see you there! Accordions forever!Vitaly (@smashingmag) Table of Contents 1. Tools For A Smoother HTML Email Workflow 2. Lean And Accessible Controls 3. Insights Into Freelancing 4. Taking A Closer Look At WebView 5. Tips For Working From The Road 6. Customer Support With Slack 7. Little Moments Of Happiness 8. Daily Video Goodness 9. Upcoming Smashing Workshops 10. New On Smashing Job Board 11. Smashing Highlights (From Our Archives) 12. Recent Articles On Smashing Magazine 1. Tools For A Smoother HTML Email Workflow "Technically it is front-end development, but it almost feels like a bizarro alternate universe. " That's how Chris Coyier describes HTML Email, and, well, if you ever had to code an email yourself, you'll probably agree that getting things right is not that easy. Not only are there hundreds of email clients to consider, but we also need ponder about simple stuff like padding or calc(), and whether they're supported at all. To make your HTML email workflow at least a bit smoother, Chris Coyier has now collected some helpful tools that are worth looking into.   2. Lean And Accessible Controls Style hooks, scripting, or images that need to be downloaded tend to make controls overly complex. But we can do better, as Adrian Roselli shows. He came up with a lean version of radio buttons and checkboxes, and the best part is that they are not only simple and semantic, but also accessible. Adrian's solution gets by with pure HTML and CSS only — no third-party libraries, images or scripting are involved. Relying on a simple markup of , followed by , keeps the styles simple, so if your CSS fails for some reason, you still have a fully functional, accessible field. Clever! (cm) Adobe XD: A New Experience in User Experience Go from idea to prototype faster with Adobe Experience Design CC (Beta), the all-in-one tool to design, prototype, and share engaging experiences and interfaces across platforms, screens, and devices.  Download for free → 3. Insights Into Freelancing What will the future of independent work look like? And where are we today? AND CO, an app that supports freelancers in managing their business, attempted to find out, and surveyed 300 independent workers. The result: A better picture of what freelancing means today, a closer look at motivations, hurdles, and things that could be improved. An interesting finding strikes right at the beginning: Freelancing is a conscious choice: Only 6% of the surveyed people said they're only doing it until a full-time opportunity comes along. Also, 95% are what the survey calls "slash workers", people who specialize in more than one service and skill. Reasons for going independent include personal growth, flexibility, and freedom, and in fact, 68% said that their quality of life has improved since they took the step. But it's not all roses either. 43% of the participants are financially less stable as before, according to the study, and gender inequality also plays a role for freelancers. Every second woman earned less than $25,000 a year compared to 34% men (their chance of earning $150,000+ is 4. 5× higher as for women), and an alarming 44% of all freelancers has been stiffed by a client before. For more insights, take a look at the survey.  (cm) 4. Taking A Closer Look At WebView We all had to deal with WebView at some point, and, in fact, the way it works is actually quite simple: You use common web technologies to build the app, and a minimal, chromeless browser then runs it on the user's device. You can even use native APIs and, with the help of frameworks like Apache Cordova, use native resources on the device (the camera, for example). If you want to dive deeper into WebView, Jen Looper wrote an article in which she explains what WebView is all about and how it allows you to use web technologies to craft a mobile app. If you're especially interested in creating WebView-based Android applications, a comprehensive article in the Chrome Developer blog has got your back. It walks you through the process of creating a new project and offers tips for an efficient WebView workflow and for crafting pixel-perfect UIs. Worth looking into.  (cm) Free 7-Day Trial with GraphicStock to Download Anything You Want Our partners over at GraphicStock are giving you a FREE 7-day trial to download anything you want from over 350,000 photos, vectors, icons, illustrations and more. Get a head start on your projects, or put the finishing touches on your designs with GraphicStock. Anything you download during the trial is yours to keep and use forever, royalty-free. Impress your audience and blow your competition away with stunning visuals. You can download 20 free images a day.  Happy downloading! 5. Tips For Working From The Road Good work can be done from almost anywhere. It doesn't take much more as a quiet spot, a stable WiFi connection, and you're ready to go. If you're travelling a lot, you probably already have a good sense of finding places to sit back and get some work done. However, sometimes a tip from a local or from fellow remote workers can guide you to the little gems you wouldn't have discovered otherwise — a nice coffee shop with quiet corners, enough power sockets and stellar coffee, for example, or a library with comfy armchairs and great WiFi. To make sure you always find the best work-friendly spaces, no matter where you're heading, Workfrom collects tips from over 1,250 cities and counting. A travel essential. But watch out, there's a pitfall that could get in your way when working abroad: power plugs. Especially when the voltage and frequency used at your destination is different from the one your devices are using. So to prevent bad surprises, it's a good idea to check if you'll need a travel adapter or even a voltage converter before you hit the road. Better safe than sorry, right? (cm) 6. Customer Support With Slack How do you handle communication with your customers or website visitors? Do you rely on email? Or maybe you have an extra app in place to do the job? Smallchat wants to make the undertaking more intuitive. By building upon a tool that a lot of us use already every day: Slack. The idea is to use Slack's new threads feature to help you streamline all your conversations in one single support channel. No need to add an additional app to the game, just use what you're already using. To do so, you simply add a customizable embed widget to your site, and it'll update automatically. There's no limit when it comes to the number of conversations, operators or customers that Smallchat can handle. If you want to give it a try, Smallchat is free to use. Pro features such as customizable auto-messages or exporting email contacts are available in paid plans.  (cm) 7. Little Moments Of Happiness Did you ever cool off a lion with a fan? It might sound weird, but, well, we did. And what can we say? The lion loved it! The refreshing breeze made his mane dance and brought a big smile to his face. Don't believe it? Well, go ahead, and try for yourself. The lion is part of the WebGL project named "Moments of Happiness", which was brought to life by EPIC Agency. He and five of his animal friends — a sneezing dragon, a playful cat, a paranoid bird, a valorous rabbit and a mighty fish — are bound to put a smile to your face, too, as you interact with them. To breathe life into the odd yet lovable bunch, the experiments use Three. js and the GSAP Library. If you want to take a closer look under the hood, the source codes are available on Codepen. Watch out, though: They are not fully optimized and might not work in some browsers or devices.  (cm) 8. Daily Video Goodness You've binge watched your favorite series and have run out of material? Or maybe you've always dreamt of making your own film? Then be sure to check out VOTD. VOTD stands for "voted", and presents the first daily awards for videos. Eye candy guaranteed. The idea behind VOTD is that video makers submit their videos (anything less than 5 minutes), and an audience along with a judge vote on it based on innovation, idea, execution and design. Once the video has been in the nominees for a week, its score will be calculated and compared with the videos from the previous 30 days. The one that scores highest, will become the Video Of The Day. Among the videos, you'll find a lot of music videos, but also commercials and short films that are full of creative ideas and stunning visuals. Inspiring! (cm) 9. Upcoming Smashing Workshops With so many techniques, tools, style guides, design patterns, strategies, abstractions, frameworks and boilerplates available nowadays, what do you really need to know to keep your workflow fast, smart and efficient? That's exactly what our classes are all about: practical front-end and RWD workshops that will help you become better front-end developers and designers, today. WORKSHOPS AT SMASHINGCONF NEW YORK — JUNE 12 Atomic Design: Process & Patterns – Brad Frost (Sold out) Good Ideas Make Great Illustration – Yuko Shimizu (Sold out) Persuasive Design – Horace Dediu The Modern Front-End Workflow Bootcamp – Umar Hansa Smart UX Design Patterns – Vitaly Friedman WORKSHOPS AT SMASHINGCONF NEW YORK — JUNE 15 An Introduction To Service Design – Eric Reiss How to Design With Science Without Losing The Magic – Joe Leech Mastering SVG – Sara Soueidan New Front-End Adventures in Responsive Design – Vitaly Friedman (Sold out) WORKSHOPS AT SMASHINGCONF FREIBURG Smart UX Design Patterns – Vitaly Friedman (September 10) Modular Design – Alla Kholmatova (September 13) Modern Front-End Workflow Bootcamp – Umar Hansa (September 13) Advanced CSS Layouts With Flexbox and CSS Grids – Rachel Andrew (September 13) Or, if you'd like to run an in-house workshop at your office, feel free to get in touch with Vitaly at vitaly@smashingconf. com and briefly describe what problems you're facing and would like to solve. Don't worry about the costs — we'll find a fair price for sure. Get in touch — it's that easy! 10. New On Smashing Job Board Here are the recent job openings published on our Smashing Job Board: Interactive Art Director / Team Lead at Prototype (Dubai, UAE)"We are looking for a interactive art director with the passion to tell stories, push digital boundaries and translate ideas into content, user interfaces and digital experiences. " Senior Web/Graphic Designer at HeavenHR (Berlin, Germany)"We are looking for a Senior Web/Graphic Designer (m/f) to join us as soon as possible. The position is based in our office in Berlin's Bergmannkiez. Please note that this is a full-time position. " Full-Stack Developer at Casumo (Malta, Barcelona, Gibraltar or Remote)"We are currently looking to strengthen our Growth Team with our first Full-Stack Growth Engineer – a crossover profile combining an interest and flair of user behavior, UX research, rapid experiments and conversions with a strong and up-to-date knowledge of both frontend and backend languages. " 10. New On Smashing Job Board Here are the recent job openings published on our Smashing Job Board: Interactive Art Director / Team Lead at Prototype (Dubai, UAE)"We are looking for a interactive art director with the passion to tell stories, push digital boundaries and translate ideas into content, user interfaces and digital experiences. " Senior Web/Graphic Designer at HeavenHR (Berlin, Germany)"We are looking for a Senior Web/Graphic Designer (m/f) to join us as soon as possible. The position is based in our office in Berlin's Bergmannkiez. Please note that this is a full-time position. " Full-Stack Developer at Casumo (Malta, Barcelona, Gibraltar or Remote)"We are currently looking to strengthen our Growth Team with our first Full-Stack Growth Engineer – a crossover profile combining an interest and flair of user behavior, UX research, rapid experiments and conversions with a strong and up-to-date knowledge of both frontend and backend languages. " 11. Smashing Highlights (From Our Archives) CSS Grid, Flexbox And Box Alignment: Our New System For Web Layout Layout on the web is hard. The reason it is so hard is that the layout methods we've relied on ever since using CSS for layout became possible were not really designed for complex layout. True Lies Of Optimistic User Interfaces The topic of optimistic UI design is only little addressed in the community. Frankly, the term itself is not even well defined. In this article, we will look at some examples as well as review its psychological background. Taking The Pattern Library To The Next Level No thorough conversation about the front end today can end without mention of pattern libraries. Sometimes a pattern library appears in the form of a living style guide, or as a design system, or as the outcome of an atomic design process, or as an all-knowing user interface framework. 12. Recent Articles On Smashing Magazine DESIGN ARTICLES Designing Efficient Web Forms: On Structure, Inputs, Labels And Actions Just Keep Scrolling! How To Design Lengthy, Lengthy Pages Make ‘Em Shine: How To Use Illustrations To Elicit Emotions CODING ARTICLES Developing A Chatbot Using Microsoft's Bot Framework, LUIS And Node. js (Part 1) How To Build Your Own Action For Google Home Using API. AI Building Killer Robots: Game Behavior In iOS With Fuzzy Logic Rule Systems INSPIRATION, FREEBIES, MISC. As Far As The Eye Can See: Colorful Sceneries, Posters And Covers Good Vibes And Summer Dreams: Joyful Wallpapers For Your Desktop (June 2017 Edition) Free Geometric UI Icons With A Fresh And Futuristic Twist (100 Icons, 6 Formats) Web Development Reading List #184: New Library Updates, Page Load Performance, And Continuance
 
   

Smashing magazine oktobarske pozadine za vaš kompjuter

 

 

 

Već godinama atori oko Smashing magazina objavljuju svakog meseca pozadine koje možete koristiti na svom kompjuteru. Evo predloga za oktobar 2019. Gwen Bogaert iz Belgije. sa kalendarom: 320x480, 1280x1024, 2560x1440, 2880x1800 bez kalendara: 320x480, 1280x1024, 2560x1440, 2880x1800 PopArt Studio iz Serbije.   sa kalendarom: 320x480, 640x480, 800x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1024x1024, 1152x864, 1280x720, 1280x800, 1280x960, 1280x1024, 1366x768, 1400x1050, 1440x900, 1600x1200, 1680x1050, 1680x1200, 1920x1080, 1920x1200, 1920x1440, 2560x1440 bez kalendara: 320x480, 640x480, 800x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1024x1024, 1152x864, 1280x720, 1280x800, 1280x960, 1280x1024, 1366x768, 1400x1050, 1440x900, 1600x1200, 1680x1050, 1680x1200, 1920x1080, 1920x1200, 1920x1440, 2560x1440 POGLEDAJTE SVE PREDLOGE
 
   

Smashing newsletter december

 

 

 

Table of Contents 1. A Little Help From Santa 2. The Design Kids Are Here! 3. A Visual Guide To CSS Properties 4. 10×16 = Eye And Ear Candy 5. One Day, One Experiment 6. Responsive Layouts With Style Scoping 7. Free Video Course: Learn Vanilla JavaScript In 30 Days 8. Upcoming Smashing Workshops 9. New On Smashing Job Board 10. Smashing Highlights (From Our Archives) 11. Recent Articles On Smashing Magazine 1. A Little Help From Santa Christmas is coming closer, and, well, who doesn't want to gift their loved ones the perfect gift? If you're still not sure what to put under the tree this year, the folks at Brooklyn-based digital agency Huge might have just the right suggestion for you. They recently shared the gifts they're giving and the ones they'd like to get in return, and assembled a holiday gift guide out of it that has something for nearly everyone — coffee connoiseurs, typophiles, wannabe barkeepers, hobby chefs, outdoor lovers, the kids, and the kids at heart. If you're on the hunt for something extra-geeky to surprise your favorite developer buddy or perhaps your teen nephew, also be sure to browse by Think Geek. Just because things can't get any geekier than a Back To The Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch or lightsaber chopsticks, can they? (cm) 2. The Design Kids Are Here! If you've just graduated from design school and are about to gain a foothold in the design industry, it's good to have a network of like-minded people to make the transition into professional life a bit smoother.  The Design Kids, a global community of students and new-fledged designers, attempts to provide just that network. The concept behind it is simple, yet powerful. It aims to bring students, grads and pros together in local meet-ups, design events and competitions to bridge the gap between the graphic design industry and college. To get young designers a step closer to landing their dream job, the platform also hosts job and internship listings and provides professional advice. A selection of cities in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand are already covered on The Design Kids; Europe and South America will follow hopefully soon.  (cm) 3. A Visual Guide To CSS Properties When front-end designer Jeremy Thomas was looking for a simple CSS reference guide but couldn't find any, he decided to make one himself. And, well, the result of his endeavor is nothing short of impressive: CSS Reference. CSS Reference lists the most popular CSS properties (nearly 130 in total) and visualizes their effect with illustrated (sometimes even animated) examples. A cool additional feature: You can click on a property, and it will be copied to your clipboard so you can paste it into your code and use it right away. Perfect to refresh your CSS know-how.  (cm) 4. 10×16 = Eye And Ear Candy The end of the year is traditionally the time for countdowns and best-of lists. A music countdown of the special sort that is not only bound to make music but also make design lovers' hearts skip a beat is 10×16. Its mission: 19 visual artists count down their ten favorite albums of 2016 — by reimagining their cover art. Eye and ear candy guaranteed! Among the featured designers are names like Jessica Hische, Adam R. Garcia, Damien Correll, and Erik Marinovich. While their styles are as diverse as the music on the albums themselves, one shared color palette keeps all artwork visually together without making it boring. By the way, if you want to tune in to one of the newly discovered albums, there's a sample song embedded for each one. Happy browsing! (cm) 5. One Day, One Experiment When we were little, Christmas was a time of magic and wonders. As we grew older, that feeling of sweet anticipation which we felt back then as the big day approached has faded or even vanished completely. A lovely project that could bring back some of that wonder to our December days are the Christmas Experiments that David Ronai started back in 2012 and that have now returned for a 2016 edition. Each day up to Christmas, the project reveals another jaw-dropping digital experiment — be it a mini game or some other interactive experiment — to highlight the skills of top web creatives just like of promising newcomers. And, well, surprises are guaranteed indeed. One day you might smash a piñata, the next you'll need to save Christmas and help Santa get back on track after a night of partying. But, psst, we won't reveal more just yet. Go and see for yourself.  (cm) 6. Responsive Layouts With Style Scoping Style scoping. Tommy Hodgins has been experimenting with the CSS concept for the past couple of years even though all development for supporting style scoping has been stopped. Why? Well, paired with any kind of responsive query, style scoping provides a powerful new way to build responsive layouts, as Tommy describes in a recent blog post. The essential idea behind style scoping is that you can select an element anywhere in your document and make it a point of reference as you write styles. That's especially useful to make sure that certain styles are contained within the scope of the element they apply to and prevent them from being applied to anything else on the page. By adding responsive conditions to scoped styles, you can build "self-responsive" modules that adjust themselves based on their size or the size of the container, not the global viewport. Even though there is no specification for style scoping, JavaScript plugins such as EQCSS or an additional build step make it possible to use it in all browsers. Tommy Hodgins describes how.  (cm) 7. Free Video Course: Learn Vanilla JavaScript In 30 Days You've tried to wrap your head around JavaScript but still don't feel comfortable using it? Then go ahead and build things. Lots of things. Yes, 1,000 things! That's the advice Wes Bos gives, and that's also the foundation of his new free JavaScript 30 video course. The course will teach you the JavaScript fundamentals — in 30 days. No frameworks, no compilers, no libraries, no boilerplate. Instead, you'll learn plain, vanilla JavaScript by building 30 things with 30 tutorials. To follow along with the exercises, you should already have a basic understanding of JS, though. Signing up for the course is free, just enter your email address, and you'll get all videos and starter files instantly delivered to your inbox.  (cm) 11. Recent Articles On Smashing Magazine DESIGN ARTICLES How Creating A Design Language Can Streamline Your UX Design Process Best Practices For Animated Progress Indicators The Atomic Workflow — People, Process, And Making Design Systems Happen Enhancing Grid Design With GuideGuide, A Plugin For Photoshop And Illustrator CODING ARTICLES GPU Animation: Doing It Right Progressive Web AMPs How To Build A SpriteKit Game In Swift 3 (Part 1) How To Build A SpriteKit Game In Swift 3 (Part 2) How To Build A SpriteKit Game In Swift 3 (Part 3) INSPIRATION, FREEBIES, MISC. Christmas Goodies: Free Winter- And Holiday-Inspired Icon Sets (EPS, AI, PNG) Freebie: Christmas Advent Icon Set (25 Icons, AI, EPS, SVG, PNG, PDF) Christmas Wallpaper Calendars: December 2016 Breaking Out Of The Box: Design Inspiration (December 2016) Brush Lettering: It Only Gets Better After Practice (Part 2) Web Development Reading List #162: Server Side React, Inclusive Design And The Web Worldwide Web Development Reading List #161: Restyling Form Elements, HTTP/2 HPACK, And The Empathy Vacuum Getting The Sketch Workflow Right: Meet “The Sketch Handbook”
 
   

Startit Poslovi: Nova godina - novi poslovi

 

 

 

Biće nam drago ako nam se pridružiš i budeš deo priče koju težimo da proširimo --> PRIJAVI SE OVDE.   Software Engineer . NET – Senior (m/f) — Namics Foto: poslovi. rs Prijavi se do 23. januara Senior PHP Developer — Humanity Prijavi se do 10. februara Professional Java Developer (m/f) — PRODYNA Prijavi se do 20. januara C++ Engineer — NUTANIX Prijavi se do 20. januara Python Engineer — Tradecore Prijavi se do 20. januara Project Manager — TechBear Prijavi se do 24. januara SEO Special — Catena Media Prijavi se do 23. januara PHP Developer — StuntCoders Prijavi se do 28. januara C++ Software Developer for Networking Processors — RT-RK Prijavi se do 17. februara Data Analyst — KupujemProdajem Prijavi se do 16. februara Junior Developer — BirdsEye Solutions Prijavi se do 12. februara Front End Developer — Share IT Prijavi se do 19. januara QC Test Engineer — Daon Prijavi se do 14. februara Software Engineer — Embroker Prijavi se do 14. februara Middle / Senior PHP Web Developer — Citrus Systems Prijavi se do 15. februara WordPress Developer — TechBear Prijavi se do 31. januara Python Developer – GODOT Prijavi se do 20. januara Gameplay Programmer — Ubisoft Prijavi se do 31. januara . Net Developer — Share IT Prijavi se do 19. januara Senior C++ Programmer — 3Lateral Prijavi se do 27. januara Full Stack Developer — KupujemProdajem Prijavi se do 16. februara   Ne pronalaziš interesantan posao? Pogledaj sve oglašene poslove na Startit Poslovima.
 
   

TIMECAPSULE ili sajt koji vam pomaže da pošaljete sebi poruku u budućnost

 

 

 

TimecapsuleVeselo je i zabavno. Milioni pisama je već napisano za budućnost. LINK KA BUDUĆNOSTIPokušao sam sebi danas da pošaljem poruku u daleko danas, ali nisam uspeo. Datum slanja mora da bude makar mesec dana od današnjeg. Kada sam promenio datum, za mesec unapred, sve je prošlo kako treba. Počelo je odbrojavanje do izlaska knjige iz štampe. Obradujte sebe u budućnosti. OH LIFE
 
   

Traži se mesto više u školama veb dizajna

 

 

 

Desetine beogradskih škola računara, pored standardne obuke za sticanje osnovnog znanja rada na računaru koje podrazumeva uglavnom Word, Exel i Powerpoint, nude i niz kurseva iz programiranja, servisiranja, veb i grafičkog dizajna, sređivanja i održavanja baze podataka, Adobe, Autodesk. . - Dužina kursa zavisi od potreba interesanata, pa ima onih od po 10 časova do jednogodišnjih studioznih kurseva, pa i cene zavise od toga. Teorija je 10 odsto, a kroz radionice i izrade sajtova stiče se veliko praktično znanje koje se može odmah primeniti u poslu - kažu predavači. Polaznicima se u većini škola pruža mogućnost individualnog ili grupnog pohađanja nastave, ali se uglavnom vodi računa da grupe budu ne budu velike, od 4 do 10 polaznika. Omogućeno je plaćanje na rate, a u cenu ulazi i potrebna literatura. U školama naglašavaju da upis, osim za napredne kurseve, ne podrazumava predznanje i da je dovoljno samo osnovno znanje rada na računaru. - Ima i starijih, ali nam uglavnom dolaze mlađi i oba pola su jednako zastupljena. Razlozi su raznoliki. Ima studenta koji to studiraju, pa dolaze po dopunska znanja, nezaposleni da bi se lakše zaposlili ili već zaposleni koji bi da se prekvalifikuju - objašnjavaju u školama. Nakon završetka kursa, polaznici dobijaju međunarodno priznate sersifikate, a sa znanjem koje steknu mogu se zaposliti u bilo kojoj firmi da izrađuju ili ažuriraju sajtove, prave samostalne web prezentacije i “prodaju” znanje klijentima. Gde i kako otići na kurseve veb dizajna:CET 3281-614, 45 časova, 250 evra. System Pro 2447-781, 36 časova, 7. 500 dinara. LAT consulting 3036-474, 40 časova, 220 evra. Krojačeva škola 3162-710, 200 časova, 1. 300 evra. IT akademija 3166-406, godinu dana 1. 080 evra. Institut Vinča 2683-390, od 9 do 30 časova, 4. 700 do 25. 000 din. SOFTLine 3247-143, od 9 do 60 časova, 5. 900 do 43. 900 din. Wizard 3446-212, 56 časova, 11. 900 dinara. Izvor 24sata
 
   

Tražite posao?

 

 

 

Možda tražite posao? Evo novih oglasa :) Interaction Designer — Seven Bridges Prijavi se do 10. juna #dizajn Senior Software Engineer — All Things Talks Prijavi se do 13. jula #c# #python Senior UX Designer — GoDaddy Prijavi se do 7. juna #ux #dizajn PHP Developer — Stunt Coders Prijavi se do 14. juna #php Junior Programmer — Coinkernel Prijavi se do 25. maja #c++ #c# #python Senior Product Marketing Manager — GoDaddy Prijavi se do 18. juna #marketing 3D Artist — Alset Studio Prijavi se do 23. maja WordPress Developer — iLogic Prijavi se do 23. maja React Developer — Quantox Technology Prijavi se do 17. juna Senior Frontend Developer — Laniteo Prijavi se do 16. juna NodeJS Developer — Quantox Technology Prijavi se do 17. juna 2D Artist — Alset Studio Prijavi se do 17. juna Debian System Administrator/WebOps — Magmell Prijavi se do 29. maja Digital Marketing Manager — iLogic Prijavi se do 23. maja Java QA — Quantox Technology Prijavi se do 17. juna Unity Game Developer — Alset Studio Prijavi se do 26. maja Java Developer — mBrainTrain Prijavi se do 16. juna Ruby Developer — Quantox Technology Prijavi se do 17. juna  Ne pronalaziš interesantan posao? Pogledaj sve oglašene poslove na Startit Poslovima.
 
   

Trend u veb dizajnu, velika fotografija sa sajta Design Instruct

 

 

 

Velika fotografijaSVI PRIMERI.
 
   

U šest reči - Uvek kada kupite knjigu, knjiga oživi

 

 

 

    U šest reči Uvek kada kupite knjigu, knjiga oživi. — Kompjuter biblioteka (@kombib) June 22, 2015 U šest reči: Orliće smo videli, Orića videti nećemo. — Kompjuter biblioteka (@kombib) June 22, 2015 U šest reči Naivni muškarci znaju sve o ženama. — Kompjuter biblioteka (@kombib) June 22, 2015 U šest reči Iza crtanih filmova su živi ljudi. pic. twitter. com/xmL1ifwn72 — Kompjuter biblioteka (@kombib) June 22, 2015 U šest reči: 6666 pratilaca je đavolski dobar broj. #hvala — Kompjuter biblioteka (@kombib) June 22, 2015 #corax #danas U šest reči Glava u pesku je potpuno hladna. pic. twitter. com/L2cPLMoE4f — Kompjuter biblioteka (@kombib) June 22, 2015 U šest reči: Šta čekaš? Tebe. Nemoguće? Moguće je. — Kompjuter biblioteka (@kombib) June 22, 2015 U šest reči: Zajam da promeni ime u - Zajeb. — Kompjuter biblioteka (@kombib) June 22, 2015
 
   

ULAZ SLOBODAN ili Besplatni događaji u Beogradu,

 

 

 

BuB ili Ulaz slobodanSvakoga dana u Beogradu se organizuju događaji za koje je ulaz slobodan.  ULAZSLOBODANTri pitanje i mnogo odgovoraOdgovaraju na tri najvažnija pitanja, šta, gde i kad. Danas 8. avgusta možete da birate između dva događaja. Ali, sutra, 9 avgusta, bolji izbor od 5 dođagaja. Za vikend ne znamo kako izabrati od 9 događaja:Kad Danas (2) Sutra (5) Vikend (9)Ako više volite da birate prema mestu događaja tu je: Gde Dom omladine (7) Delta City (1) Kancelarija za mlade Beograd (1) Ada Ciganlija (1) Bojčinska šuma (1) Kuća Đure Jakšića (1) Sportski centar "Olimp" (1) Replika Terazija (1) Kosančićev venac (1) Plato Savskog keja (4) Skadarlija (1) Oni koji biraju između vrsta događaja:Šta Koncert (6) Izložba (1) Tribina (1) Projekcija filma (7) Prezentacija (1) Razgovor sa umetnikom (1) Predstava za decu (1) Takmičenje (1) Stand up komedija (1) Beogradsko leto kulture (1) Android aplikacijaGOOGLE PLAY ZA PREUZIMANJE APLIKACIJEKo je iza projekta? Pozivamo sve one koji organizuju događaje na kojima je ulaz besplatan da nam najavu dostave na office@ulazslobodan. rs Suzana Miličić Osnivač   Saša Slavnić Osnivač, CTO   Danka Ninković Slavnić Urednik sajta   Ana Pančić Urednik društvenih medija  
 
   

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Headlines The technology behind preview photos The talented team at Facebook explain how they went the extra mile and sped up page load times by 30%. Awesome posts and hats off to the Facebook developers for sharing. (code. facebook. com) Sponsor WDW and Reach Over 23,000 Developers Articles Understanding Critical CSS Keen to make your site faster? Dean Hume has you covered. Dean explains what critical CSS is and how you can go about implementing it into your site. (smashingmagazine. com) What the Flux?! Let’s Redux I haven’t had time to play with Redux but this post and all the good things I have been hearing pushes the priority up the to-do list. If you are a JavaScript developer make time for this post. (blog. andyet. com) The Hamburger Menu Doesn’t Work Oh… another post about the hamburger menu… Sorry. But it’s a great summary of why the hamburger menu might not be the best option with examples of Facebook and other big companies dropping it. (deep. design) Why empty states deserve more design time Dina Chaiffetz feels that empty states are being under-utilised and if used correctly are full of potential to drive engagement, delight users and retain users at critical moments. (medium. com) Deconfusing Pre- and Post-processing There has been a little confusion of late around pre- and post-processing and in this post by Stefan Baumgartner digs in to help clear things up. (medium. com) Getting Garbage Collection for Free (v8project. blogspot. com) Tools / Resources Easee, a web animation tool for designers Steven Fabre has been obsessing over animation for the last few years and has decided to build a tool to make things easier. He also wrote a nice post about the things he learnt whilst building it which is worth a read.  (easee. design) Facebook’s Relay Released Relay is a JavaScript framework for building data-driven React applications that has been talked about for quite some time and is now open-sourced for all of us to enjoy. (facebook. github. io) Understanding CSS: Selector Specificity Daniel Eden goes back to basics and explains how CSS specificity works. If you are just getting into web development or you need to scrub up your CSS, make time for this. (medium. com) Angular 2 Template Syntax Demystified The new Angular 2 templating might seem a little strange to understand at first but hopefully after reading this post buy Pascal Precht you shouldn’t have any problems. (blog. thoughtram. io) getCaniuse It turns caniuse. com into a plugin that you can use on your website with ease. (github. com) FontCDN: A search tool for Google web fonts (fontcdn. org) PHP 7 – Things You Need to Know (hongkiat. com) GitHub As A Workflow (hugogiraudel. com) Ember. js 2. 0 Released (emberjs. com) Inspiration Creative Code Sketches (codedoodl. es) Jobs Junior Rails Developer – Insured by Us Insured by Us are a small team doing big things in the world of travel insurance. We’re looking for a junior to mid-level developer who’s been working with Ruby, and Ruby on Rails for 1-3 years. We’re a small geographically diverse team who value remote work and a healthy work/life balance. (insuredbyus. com) Need to find passionate developers? Why not advertise in the next newsletter Last but not least… The ethics of modern web ad-blocking (marco. org) How DNS works (howdns. works)
 
   

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Headlines The future of layout with CSS Patrick Brosset takes a look at the wonderful world of the CSS Grid Layout which is a relatively new W3C specification that some browsers have started to implement. (medium. com) Evolving the Google Identity Alex Cook, Jonathan Jarvis, & Jonathan Lee look at the finer details of how the new Google identity came about. (design. google. com) ParallaxOne – Free One Page WordPress theme You don’t even need to read the documentation. Everything is customizable and built with developers in mind. No framework to learn, no custom functions or a special file system. Just plain ol’ WordPress. Take a look for yourself at the demo. (themeisle. com) Articles Prefetching, preloading, prebrowsing Robin Rendle looks at some interesting prefetching performance techniques to help improve the user experience. (css-tricks. com) What happened to Web Components? Web Components have been around for 3 years and much of the excitement has calmed down, Web Components are alive and kicking. In this article Dr. Axel Rauschmayer looks at the recent developments and shares some information on what we can expect in the future. (2ality. com) Design the Beginning Julie Zhuo who is a product design director at Facebook expresses her concern that most of the time we design something new, we start at the middle and this is jeopardising our product. (medium. com) Angular 1 to Angular 2 – the path to a seamless upgrade If you are currently worried about what you will need to do to upgrade your Angular 1 code to Angular 2, then hopefully this post by the Angular team helps ease the stress. (angularjs. blogspot. com) Word Wrapping Woes Joni Trythall looks at a number of properties to tackle tricky text wrapping/overflow issues. (jonibologna. com) The anatomy of responsive images (jakearchibald. com) Diving deep into SVG animations (medium. com) Tools / Resources An In-Depth Overview of Living Style Guide Tools Robert Haritonov takes a look at various living style guides to help us transform front-end code bases into well-described pattern libraries with the minimum of effort. (smashingmagazine. com) Gulp for Beginners Keen to dive into Gulp? Or just get a little overview. Well this is a great introduction by Zell Liew that is worth checking out. (css-tricks. com) Sublime Text 2 and Markdown If you are keen to utilise Sublime Text as your writing tool this article explores some really good tips and tricks. (macstories. net) Alex – Catch insensitive, inconsiderate writing Whether your own or someone else’s writing, Alex helps you find unequal phrasing. (alexjs. com) Hackpad – a web-based realtime wiki is now open sourced (github. com) Hack – a typeface designed for source code (github. com) Embracing the Network (speakerdeck. com) Inspiration Spheres with CSS Animations The very talented Donovan Hutchinson takes a simple rounded shape and adds some CSS animation to bring them to life. (cssanimation. rocks) Reading the HTML specifications for 100 days (melanie-richards. com) Jobs Product Designer at Campaign Monitor We’re looking for a Product Designer who shares our vision for designing beautiful software that thousands of people love to use. We’re looking for someone with a strong understanding of interaction design and knows how to apply that to directly drive product growth. We’re hoping that might be you. (campaignmonitor. com) Front-End Engineer at Delighted We need a front-end engineer with experience working on a wide variety of projects – building custom UI components, implementing responsive interfaces, or working to improve the responsiveness and performance of our application. (delighted. com) Need to find passionate developers? Why not advertise in the next newsletter Last but not least… A Day of REST — a conference devoted to the WordPress REST API(poststatus. com) How to write a great error message (medium. com)
 
   

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Headlines Two Months With CSS Modules CSS Module are still a relatively new concept in the front-end space but people are slowly taking the leap and pushing it to production. In this post Chris Pearce explains how his team at Lystable are reaping the rewards from diving in head first. (chrispearce. co) Sponsor WDW and Reach Over 23,648 Developers Articles Building an Enterprise CSS Framework A behind the scenes look at the ins and outs of building a large enterprise CSS framework by Stephanie Rewis. If you happen to be working at a large company or your CSS is out of control, this post has some great takeaways. (medium. com) HTTPS Everywhere With Nginx, Varnish and Apache If you are ready to move to HTTPS but are still unsure on what and how to do it, this post by Rachel Andrews should help you on the right path. (smashingmagazine. com) Test-Driven Product Design Developers following a Test-Driven Development process is a common practice but not so much in the design space. In this post Kyle Fiedler explains how his design team go about utilising the same principles to create rock solid products. (thoughtbot. com) A short note on coding alt text Steve Faulkner explains why it isn’t a good idea to have line breaks in your ‘alt’ text. (paciellogroup. com) Using template to delay loading of images (christianheilmann. com) Tools / Resources Want to learn JavaScript in 2015? Vincent Orr shares his journey into becoming a JavaScript developer. This post walks through 12 steps he personally took this year to land a dedicated JavaScript job. A resourceful and inspiring post. (medium. com) The Tools Designers Are Using Today The team at Subtraction surveyed over 4000 people and managed to capture a snapshot of todays tool’s landscape. With so many tools out there today, these results could potential make your decisions easier if you are undecided. (subtraction. com) Native CSS search engine – Jets. js A clever idea by Denis Lukov that uses some nice filtering techniques. (github. io) Collaborative design platform Atomic. io moves out of beta (atomic. io) How to write an article to help people learn about the Web (mozilla. org) A collection of useful CSS protips (github. com) Modernizr v3 released (modernizr. com) Inspiration The Hardest Program I’ve Ever Written (stuffwithstuff. com) The Polymer Summit 2015 videos (youtube. com) Jobs Web Engineer at Huge If you love puzzles and problem solving, have a proven in-depth knowledge of popular JavaScript frameworks such as jQuery, Backbone, Angular, Closure, NodeJS, and can articulate JavaScript design patterns we want to hear from you today. (hugeinc. com) WordPress. com VIP Developer As a developer (aka VIP Wrangler) on the VIP team you are responsible for providing code-level support to all of our customers, building and shaping our products as a software engineer and just generally making stuff work. (automattic. com) Need to find passionate developers? Why not advertise in the next newsletter Last but not least… How I lost the love for my side project A 5 part series by Remy Sharp about his love/hate relationship with JS Bin. Hats off to Remy for opening up and writing about the dark side of side projects. (remysharp. com) Keep Out – WebGL Game Just a word of warning… This is an extremely well developed and addictive game. (littleworkshop. fr)
 
   

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Seriously, Don’t Use Icon Fonts Make time for this one. A very entertaining post by Tyler Sticka that gives us lots of great reasons to stop using icon fonts and get on the SVG train. (cloudfour. com) Dance to Calypso Matt Mullenweg writes about WordPress's new publishing and site management experience which has had a lot of hype this week.  (ma. tt) Frameworks An excerpt from Ethan Marcotte’s new book, Responsive Design: Patterns & Principles. If you haven't ordered the book already, I'm sure you won't hesitate after reading this. As always, wise words by Mr RWD.  (alistapart. com) Simplicity Wins over Abundance of Choice A good reminder that keeping the number of options within an interface allows people to make decisions easier and complete tasks faster.  (nngroup. com) Finding the Right Color Palettes for Data Visualizations While good color palettes are easy to come by these days, finding the right color palette for data visualizations is still quite challenging. Thankfully Samantha Zhang shares some trade secrets to potentially make our job easier. (medium. com) Code Review Done Right Next time you need to do a code review, taking 5 minutes to read this great article by Jezen Thomas could go a long way.  (jezenthomas. com) Designing with constraint: Twitter's approach to email (blog. twitter. com) TOOLS/RESOURCES Building a UI style guide with AngularJS directives The team at Sauce have taken the time to build a live style guide so developers, designers and product managers can be consistent across all products. It's built with AngularJS as Kuba Siemiątkowski explains. (saucelabs. com) How to animate "box-shadow" with silky smooth performance If performance is your thing, both this article by Tobias Ahlin and Harry Robert's quick screencast about speeding up Tobias's site are full of handy tips.  (tobiasahlin. com) ally. js A small JavaScript library to help web applications with accessibility.  (allyjs. io) Sketch Keyboard Shortcuts and Tricks (designcode. io) How do Promises Work? (robotlolita. me) INSPIRATION The Keys to Scaling Yourself as a Technology Leader (firstround. com) The Start of a Great Hiring Experience (uie. com)          
 
   

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Forgo JS packaging? Not so fast With HTTP/2 gaining traction extremely fast the team at Khan Academy put to the test some of the hyped up advantages relating to JavaScript delivery and were greeted with some interesting results. If you are thinking about going all in with HTTP/2 this article is worth reading.  (khanacademy. org) Pixel-Perfect Vector Icons If you need a slew of icons in a hurry, you can rest easy. You're in good hands now! This iconic Mighty Deal features 1,075 pixel-perfect vector icons from Icons Solid, to make your life so much easier.  Check them out. (mightydeals. com) ARTICLES Building and Shipping Functional CSS Cole Peters explains how a major refactor utilising an atomic CSS architecture resulted in major reductions to file size. If you happen to battle with large CSS files on a daily basis, make time for this.  (colepeters. com) Building for HTTP/2 An in depth look at HTTP/2 and what that means for how we build and deploy applications by Rebecca Murphey.  (rmurphey. com) Metadata markup Jeremy Keith looks into the way a few big companies are implementing their own metadata standard and forcing us to fill the head of out documents with metacrap.  (adactio. com) SVG vs GIF Sara Soueidan does a head-to-head comparison of the two image formats under various circumstances. The outcome probably won't surprise you but that doesn't mean you shouldn't take the time to read it.  (sarasoueidan. com) The Importance of Writing Code That Humans Can Read Keeping your code readable and maintainable is something to keep in mind at every stage during development. In this post Tim Severien looks at tips and tricks to make your code more readable, as well as pitfalls to avoid. (www. sitepoint. com) Flexbox’s Best-Kept Secret Sam Provenza highlights that using auto margins with Flexbox is an effective way to get all of the flexibility of CSS floats, without the nastiness of breaking elements out of the document’s normal flow. She also explains how it can be applied horizontally or vertically and highlights how it gives us more control on flex items along the main axis.  (medium. com) TOOLS/RESOURCES Profiling Node. js apps Travis Smith from Atlassian shares a couple of really interesting tips on how to detect bottlenecks in Node. js apps.  (atlassian. com) Enduring CSS Quite an epic set of slides by Ben Frain. The slides look at "Enduring CSS" which is an approach to authoring and maintaining style sheets for rapidly changing, long-lived web projects.  (ecss. io) What Web Can Do Today A handy site that gives an overview of the device integration HTML5 APIs available today.  (whatwebcando. today) Mosh - the mobile shell A replacement for SSH. It claims to be more robust and responsive, especially over Wi-Fi, cellular and long-distance links.  (mosh. mit. edu) Jump. js A small, modern, dependency-free, smooth scrolling library.  (github. io) Improved Illustrator SVG Export Settings (adobe. com) Online Photo Editor by Canva (photo-editor. canva. com) Say Yes to HTTPS (sayyestohttps. org) INSPIRATIO The case for CSS modules (youtube. com) The Lifting — JSFiddle Updates (medium. com)            
 
   

Veb dizajn primeri stranica na kojima se koriste rokom pisani fontovi

 

 

 

Primeri LINK. LINK. LINK. Sajt koji možda niste posetili Top Design Magazine. Pogledajte na sajtu i: Beautiful Bridge Photography 29 Apr, 2011 Written by Alexandru / 0 Comments and 0 Reactions Bridges are very helpful and their design is very often  interesting and amazing. Some bridges are definitely works of art and must be made like fortresses because must withstand wind, earthquakes and powerful storms.
 
   

Veb dizajn primeri stranica USKORO ili COMING SOON

 

 

 

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