Settings Today’s design challenge is about settings. I created a modal and threw in a few checkboxes. Font used: Lato.
User Profile. Here’s design challenge #006: Font: Open Sans. Foto credit: https://flic.kr/p/avUWXP
App Icon Here’s the result:
Calculator Here’s friday’s design challenge: a calculator. I definitely wanted to polish this a bit further, but I think at this stage I’ve learned quite a bit in the process. I designed it in Sketch so I gained a bit of knowledge of the tool, also used some mockups for OS X components. I wish I had… Read more Daily UI #004 – Calculator
Landing Page (above the fold) That was today’s hint. It proved to be more challenging than previous ones. One of the reasons is because you need to think of a whole concept in which to base your design. A landing page is something that can take hours or days to do right, and I did this in less… Read more Daily UI #003 – Landing Page
For today’s entry the task was create a Credit Card Checkout form. This is my design, inspired by creditcard.js: Any feedback is welcome.
This is just a big heads-up to every WordPress developer out there, just to let them know that syncing a development/staging database doesn’t have to be a nightmare. There’s this plugin called WP Sync DB which works like magic. As a reader also suggests, WP Sync DB also has plugins that build upon the main funcionality. For example,… Read more Sync local and remote WordPress database
Daily UI launched with the purpose to help you “Become a better designer in 100 days.” Each day, you receive a small brief to design something. You do it. You publish it on Dribbble/Twitter using the #dailyUI hash. You get some feedback. You (hopefully) improve your skills. Easy, right? Lately I’ve been trying to improve my design skills,… Read more Daily UI #001 – Login screen
[Update 02/08/2016: Updated the code to work with the latest version of Instagram. Remember, only works on photo detail page, like this.] Does this look familiar? If you right-click on any Instagram photo from their web app you get this context menu, and you can’t “Save Image As…”. Frustrating, right? Instadownload solves that problem by creating… Read more Instadownload: Download photos from Instagram web
I love static* websites. They’re usually faster to develop, smaller, require no database or backend and are faster to load. Of course they require more work to maintain and tweak at first, but if you’re a developer, these things should be pretty entertaining or at the very least, straightforward. There are many options out there for building… Read more Build a simple website with Silex