Stare long enough and you should be able to see a shade of orange that isn’t there and which, according to the illusion’s creator, can’t actually be shown on a screen. Confused? I certainly am. This could be one for our pick of must-see optical illusions and the best optical illusions of the year.
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This year, the web community was once again busy creating tech advent calendars jam-packed with fantastic content to sweeten your days. But which ones to follow? We help you find the right one, whether you’re a front-end dev, UX designer, or content strategist.
Canva is aiming at Google Docs and Microsoft Word with a collaborative word processor that eliminates writer’s block.
A concept for page transitions where a tooltip image animates to a gallery layout and fullscreen image.
Icons are an essential part of it that helps the viewers navigate around the app. Discover the icon design trends for 2023 and practical tips on their usage.
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