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Expanding search fields have become a popular choice for designers looking for extra room on the page. Almost every website is going to need a search field somewhere in the layout. It’s practically a necessity for any visitor who is looking for a specific page or bit of information. As trends advance user interfaces are […]

Building a Company Team Page with Dynamic Content

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Any business with a large team of employees might consider publishing more detailed information online. This helps customers and clients build a deeper connection with the business, and it offers a more personal touch for each team member. It’s pretty simple to list employees into a table – but what about dynamically-driven content? In this […]

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Average weblogs have slowly been transformed into content-packed online magazines. Over the past 5 years I have noticed a rise in digital magazines curating their posts online instead of print. One early example would be Mashable but today there are hundreds of different sites. For this tutorial I’d like to demonstrate how to build a […]

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I’ve wanted to put together a frontend web tutorial for a few months now. These types of articles provide an excellent point of reference for new designers who are growing accustomed to popular UI/UX trends. Specifically for designers who aren’t sure where to go on their next project, and may need a small boost of […]

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Blogs are usually full of different posts all with varying degrees of popularity. Readers don’t always know how to find related posts without using the search feature. It helps to build smaller widgets right into the page that can automatically sort through content based on different criteria. In this tutorial I want to demonstrate how […]

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Tag-based input fields are becoming more common amongst social networks. Also consider new applications such as user-submitted news which provide another method for predefined tags. There are other plugins available which display tag choices in a formatted list using a typical input field. But in this tutorial I want to showcase how we can include […]

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