Weekly News for Designers № 567
WebP Images & WordPress: Why and How to Use Them (+Plugins) – Some tips for using this up-and-coming image format with WordPress.
What’s Missing From CSS? – A random look at responses to the annual CSS survey. See anything you agree with?
Scribbble – A writing tool that focuses on simplicity, so that you can focus on your work.
Finding Your Comfort Zone with Clients – Sharing some valuable lessons about gaining comfort and confidence with clients.
SVGBox – This API will make it dead-simple to include SVG icons in your projects.
Pattern Collect – Browse this curated gallery of patterns by awesome designers & illustrators.
How to Handle Scope Creep in Web Design – Learn how to identify and attend to potential scope creep situations immediately.
PHP 8: What’s New? (JIT Compiler, Attributes, and Other Features) – Get an upfront look at changes and some reasons why your WordPress site should be running PHP 8 when available.
Inline Menu Layout with Gallery Panel – Create an inline menu layout with a playful hover animation and a gallery content preview panel.
10 Things Front-End Developers Should Learn in 2021 – Essential skills to help you level up in the new year.
Seasonal.css – A CSS framework that displays a seasonal color scheme based on the date.
Diving into WordPress Custom Post Types and Taxonomies – Where a custom post type or taxonomy can be helpful, along with tips for making the most out of this feature.
Content Design Techniques for Strong Hierarchy on Content Layouts – Tips for making your content less overwhelming for users.
A Visual Guide to Regular Expression – Use this guide to develop a mental model for how regex patterns work.
macOS Big Sur Replacement Icons – A massive library of nearly 1,800 icons that are compatible with Photoshop, Sketch and more.
25 striking logo color schemes to inspire your branding – Learn how to thoughtfully choose logo color schemes based on your unique brand.
The 12 Best Photoshop Actions for Creating the Duotone Effect – Photoshop actions that can create a duotone effect in your photos and take them to the next level.