🎯 Unlock the Magic of Popover Toggletips & Anchor Positioning!

🎯 Unlock the Magic of Popover Toggletips & Anchor Positioning!

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🛠️ CSS Gap – A game-changer!

🤔 Why is front-end so complicated?

🚀 UX portfolio tips – Make the first cut!

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Progressively Enhanced Popover Toggletips

The CSS Anchor Positioning specification enables us to position elements relative to an anchor, wherever they are in our web page.

The Gap

An exploration of the pain points that CSS gap solves.

Why is front-end development so complicated?

Many developers find modern front-end frameworks hard to use. This is because technologies change quickly, and web apps need to be: fast, interactive, easy to maintain

Masonry and reading order

CSS masonry is an example of an automatic layout method, where the developer of the site doesn’t have control over where the items end up

A rare use case for em units

text-decoration-offset is a good use case for em units. Most of the time we favor rems over ems.

💭 Fun Fact

***The “em” Unit’s Typographic Roots*** – The em unit in CSS has its origins in typography, where it was traditionally used to measure the width of the letter “M” in typesetting. This unit has evolved in web design to represent the size of the font in a given context, making it a relative unit that adjusts based on the font size of its parent element.

🎨 Design

Only 30 seconds to reject your portfolio?

Common mistakes designers should avoid to make the first cut in UX hiring.

Is Canva Getting Good?

Canva. if you talk to a professional designer about Canva, the first reaction is usually an eye roll, followed by a joke about Word Art (Anyone remember Office 2000?).

Presenting UX Research And Design To Stakeholders: The Power Of Persuasion

There’s more to achieving good UX than research and design. We need to effectively communicate our ideas to gain buy-in from key stakeholders.

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