Artificial Intelligence has shone a light on the future of UX Design, and whilst we are only in it’s infancy, there are already many incredible projects being worked on that signal the new era of AI innovation! In this article we’re going to have a look at some of the most interesting (and useful) AI tools that you can utilise right now!
Web Dev stories
We live in a world dictated by technology, design, and experiences. These factors combine to render our lives easier; more comfortable. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that most of our everyday conversations circle back or find their grounding in developments in the tech space – most importantly, back to our phones.
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While the existing units work well on desktop, it’s a different story on mobile devices. There, the viewport size is influenced by the presence or absence of dynamic toolbars. These are user interfaces such as address bars and tab bars.
APIs are everywhere on the Internet, and knowing how to interact with them is an important skill for the modern web developer. Being able to access and interact with third-party data can take your apps to the next level in lots of cool ways!
The world of design systems can be overwhelming sometimes. There’s a lot to take in when you get into that space! In this article, Dan Donald dives into a simple component and explores some issues, complexity, and power we can encounter.
This post aims to contextualise the Utopia fluid grid calculator which helps you to define a layout grid by clicking a few buttons.
With Spotify Wrapped all over social media, I created GitHub Trends to view and share your own (unofficial) GitHub Wrapped! See your repositories and languages sorted by lines of code, your activity grouped by time and day, and more!
Today, we’ll take a look at the Sass function that does all the work for you — with no media queries, no breakpoints, and no design jumps. In this article, Fabienne Bielmann explains what FabUnit stands for and why she decided to create her very own responsive magic formula.