How to Create a Fixed Navigation Bar

Aug 13 2014 by Jacob Gube | 10 Comments

A fixed navigation bar, also referred to as a "sticky" navigation bar, is a toolbar that stays in place while the user is scrolling the web page.

It’s a commonly-used site navigation design pattern for displaying a site’s main navigation menu, as well as other essential interface components such as a search box, social media buttons, and notifications. The design pattern guarantees that important interface components are easily viewable and accessible regardless of where the user currently is on a web page.

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Why Sketch is Ideal for Web Designers

Aug 6 2014 by David Okuniev | 24 Comments

At our startup, Typeform, we have just shifted our entire web/UI design process from Photoshop and Fireworks over to Sketch. Based on our collective first-hand experiences, we’d like to discuss some of the app’s features that help us get our design work done more efficiently.

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How to Make Sure You’re Not Using a Shady WordPress Theme

Aug 1 2014 by Karol K | 12 Comments

I can still remember how excited I was back in 2008 when I first discovered WordPress (late-adopter, I know).

What was particularly impressive for me was that I could change the designs of my WordPress sites with minimal effort.

And so the hunt for the perfect theme began!

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Free Programming Fonts

Jul 28 2014 by Jacob Gube | 15 Comments

When your profession involves writing code for significantly long periods of time, even deceptively trivial things such the font you’re using can make a huge difference.

This is a list of fonts for people who love code.

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6 Myths Preventing Developers from Using Git

Jul 23 2014 by Tobias G√ľnther | 10 Comments

Nowadays, you’ll have a hard time finding a professional developer who doesn’t use a version control system (VCS) such as Git.

But, there are still a few among us who choose not to use a VCS due to preconceived notions they might have about version control.

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How Fonts Affect the User Experience

Jul 21 2014 by Marcus Taylor | 14 Comments

Several years ago, researchers at MIT confirmed through a study that fonts can impact how we feel: A bad font can make us frown unconsciously, while a good font can make us feel happy.

If fonts can influence our emotions, then they can certainly impact the user experience.

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Working with JavaScript Dates Using Moment.js

Jul 18 2014 by Bradley Holbrook | No Comments

Date manipulation is one of those development hurdles that we all must jump at one point in our career, and great tools go a long way in taming the beast.

The Moment.js library is that tool for JavaScript developers.

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