You’ve just created the best user experience ever. You had the idea. You sketched it out.
Today we are pleased to feature a set of 200 useful and beautiful foodie icons.
With the Leap Motion controller being released on June 27th and the Google Glass Explorer program already live, it is obvious that our reliance on the mouse or even the monitor to interact with the Web will eventually become obsolete.
The other day, I finally accomplished one of my long-standing goals: to go from one of those “Wouldn’t it be cool…” ideas to a working, live app in less than 1 hour.
We are talking and reading a lot about responsive Web design (RWD) these days, but very little attention is given to Web applications.
Guess what? The Smashing Conference is coming! 2 single-track conference days, 3 full-day workshops, 16 excellent speakers, and only 300 available seats.
When a team builds a complex application, there is often a common breakdown of roles.
Today we’ll discuss how to improve the paint performance of your websites and Web apps.
This week at Smashing Magazine, we’ve decided to reflect on and analyze performance, navigation, code base, style guides, content, customer support, our tools and our internal processes — bascially everything.
Adaptive images are the current hot topic in conversations about adaptive and responsive Web design.