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JavaScript Graphics and Animation

Full-day workshop • June 28th In this workshop, Seb will demonstrate a variety of beautiful visual effects using JavaScript and HTML5 canvas. You will learn animation and graphics techniques that you can use to add a sense of dynamism to your projects.
Seb demystifies programming and explores its artistic possibilities. His presentations and workshops enable artists to overcome their fear of code and encourage programmers of all backgrounds to be more creative and imaginative.

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Web Development Reading List #145: Font Loading Strategies, Scaling SVGs And Infinite Scrolling Done Right

I love articles that specifically focus on tiny little details within web development. For example, this week I stumbled upon an article featuring all the fine details about scheduling in requestAnimationFrame. Another gem I discovered is a widely unknown but very practical SVG attribute to preserve stroke widths while scaling an illustration.

Web Development Reading List #145: Font Loading Strategies, Scaling SVGs, And Infinite Scrolling Done Right

All of these little details can make such a huge difference in our projects, so I’m particularly thankful for having discovered these articles to share with you this week. Let’s dive in.

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Web Development Reading List #145: Font Loading Strategies, Scaling SVGs And Infinite Scrolling Done Right

How And Why To Make Side Projects Work At A Digital Agency

It’s no secret that the digital industry is booming. From exciting startups to global brands, companies are reaching out to digital agencies, responding to the new possibilities available. However, the industry is fast becoming overcrowded, heaving with agencies offering similar services — on the surface, at least.
Producing creative, fresh projects is the key to standing out. Unique side projects are the best place to innovate, but balancing commercially and creatively lucrative work is tricky.

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How And Why To Make Side Projects Work At A Digital Agency

Work, Life And Side Projects To Work On

There is no doubt about it, I am a hypocrite. Fortunately nobody has noticed… until now. Here’s the thing. On one hand I talk about the importance of having a good work/life balance, and yet on the other I prefer to hire people who do personal projects in their spare time. [Links checked February/20/2017]
Do you see the problem with this scenario? How can one person possibly juggle work, life and the odd side project?

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Work, Life And Side Projects To Work On

Can User Experience Be Beautiful? An Analysis Of Navigation In Portfolio Websites

When users land on your website, they typically read the content available. Then, the next thing that they will do is to try and familiarize themselves with your website. Most of the time this involves looking for navigation.
In this article, I’ll be analyzing the navigation elements of a particular category of websites, i.e. portfolios. Why portfolios, you ask? Because they represent an interesting blend of creativity and development techniques.

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Can User Experience Be Beautiful? An Analysis Of Navigation In Portfolio Websites

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Guidelines For Outsourcing, Sub-Contracting and Hiring Out

From one artist to another, I know how satisfying it can be to achieve the perfect shade of a color or squeeze the most difficult font into the funkiest space.
Having spent some time experimenting with these and other aspects of design, I also know how time-consuming and downright maddening it can be to do these things without enough know-how. Fortunately, there’s an easier way to solve design problems, and I wish I discovered it much earlier.

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Guidelines For Outsourcing, Sub-Contracting and Hiring Out