There are many Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), but only certain attributes can be applied as CSS to SVG. Presentation attributes are used to style SVG elements and can be used as CSS properties. Some of these attributes are SVG-only while others are already shared in CSS, such as font-size or opacity.
For example, to change the color of a <circle> element to red, use the fill property in CSS. The fill attribute is a presentation attribute, therefore it can be used as a CSS property:
So, with that, let’s take a deep and thorough dive into all of the SVG elements that are available to us as well as the CSS properties for them. We’ll also look at various styling approaches, including general presentational styles and animations.
SVG Elements by Category
The presentation attributes that can be used as CSS properties can be found below. For reference, supported elements will be classified by category. This does not include deprecated elements.
Whether your app landing page is encouraging people to sign up, register, join, or subscribe, it’s a key thing to get right. A carefully designed mobile app landing page can make-or-break your conversion rates, and it’s worth taking the time to get right!
Landing pages can hold a huge amount of value, and if you’re looking to create a specific layout, we have just the collection to help you. We’ve tracked down over thirty-five of the best-looking app landing page templates for your next project. Every one of these templates is easy to work with and customize for your own mobile app.
Sooper is a multipurpose landing page template you can use to design landing page websites for both mobile apps and web apps. The template comes in 4 different homepage layouts you can easily customize to make a professional landing page. The templates are also available in light and dark colors themes.
Jironis landing page template comes with a highly minimalist design layout that takes advantage of white space to effectively showcase your app features. The template is available in 2 different homepage designs with 3 inner page layouts. It also supports Owl Carousel for adding image sliders.
This creative landing page template can be used to create a mobile app, SaaS, and startup landing page websites. It includes 3 unique homepage designs that feature 9 different inner page layouts for showcasing your app and company in detail. Built with Bootstrap, the design is fully responsive as well.
Opins is the perfect landing page template for making websites for creating mobile apps and software. The template comes in 2 different designs and 2 unique inner page layouts. The design is also filled with CSS3 animations for improving interactions and features Owl Carousel integration as well.
There are plenty of cool new tools and resources available for designers this month, and you’ll be especially happy if you are looking to find photos with ease, increase productivity or even create better documentation.
If we’ve missed something that you think should have been on the list, let us know in the comments. And if you know of a new app or resource that should be featured next month, tweet it to @carriecousins to be considered!
Creative Commons Search Engine
Looking for photos that you can use anywhere just got easier. Creative Commons fully launched its search engine, which can help you find photos from a database of more than 300 million images from 19 collections with easy to understand attribution rules. Creative Commons is the standard for open-source and with attribution sharing of assets. The nonprofit organization enables sharing and reuse of assets through tools and standardized licensing for creative works.
Milanote, a note taking app now has an app that integrates with the desktop tool. The app is important, and different, from other tools because of what happens when you log in on your desktop computer. Organize content into visual boards designed to feel like a wall in a creative studio. All of your notes, images, links, tasks and files can be laid out in a shareable visual workspace. It’s fast, flexible and fun to use—think Trello meets Pinterest.
FlowCV is an online resume builder that can help you create, format and design a resume with ease. You can design it online and download a PDF for free. The biggest bonus might be prompts and resume advice packed right in to the tool.
CSS Grid: Style Guide
CSS Grid: Style Guide is a beautiful example of how to create documentation. You’ll want to fork Olivia Ng’s pen.
This collection of effects allows you to click-to-copy CSS. The collection is designed with a focus on fluidity, simplicity and ease of use with minimal markup. Every effect is open source and ready to use.…
An iPhone mockup graphic is the perfect way to demonstrate your app, website, or user interface. We’ve collected dozens of the best iPhone mockup PSDs and vectors, in all shapes and sizes, for your next project.
A well-designed mockup can make your app or website interface stand out from the crowd, and it’s the perfect way to present your design to a client. Our iPhone mockup picks vary between photograph-based PSDs, or vectors that can scale to any size. Some are free, some cost a few dollars, but all of them are a great way to showcase your app.
We’ve also collected a mix of iPhone mockups for different versions of the phone — from the iPhone 7, to the iPhone XS, covering every type of device.
How to Customize Your iPhone Mockup
Before we dive into our list of iPhone mockups, it’s worth offering a quick reminder on how to work with these graphics, and how to customize a mockup. We’ve written a great guide on how to customize an iPhone or iPad mockup which will walk you through the process step-by-step!
Our Favourite iPhone Mockups
Let’s kick things off with our two top picks. These are our favorite premium and free items, which we think stand out from the rest!
This is an all-in-one mockup template that will come in handy when you’re showcasing your app screens or designs across multiple device types. It includes mockups of iPhone X, Samsung S9, Xiaomi 2, One Plus, and Google Pixel, all in the same place.
The size of the graphic is huge – 6000 × 6000px, making it suitable for a wide range of uses. Plus, the PSD file features vector elements making the designs easily scalable to any size as well.
Why This Is a Top Pick
This one stands out from lots of the others in this roundup, as it features a range of phones and devices. It’s a great mockup for the latest iPhone, but also for various other
Whether you’re looking for a MacBook mockup or a MacBook Pro mockup, we have you covered with this extensive collection. We’re featuring a mix of MacBook mockups, realistic illustrations, and flat/stylised versions of these MacBook notebooks for all types of use case.
Totaling over a hundred different MacBook mockups in all shapes and sizes, these are great for dropping in your own work, applications, wallpapers or examples to give them a unique look-and-feel.
Some are free, some cost a few dollars, but each of them is unique and interesting.
This bundle of MacBook Pro mockups includes 10 different mockup templates featuring different angles of the new MacBook Pro with the touch bar. The mockups are also available in easily editable PSD files in 4K resolution.
Another stylish MacBook mockup template featuring a flying angle design. The mockup is fully editable and comes with separated layers and smart objects. It’s ideal for using with website headers and portfolios.
Another creative and real-photo MacBook template that can be used to design a beautiful header or a hero scene. It’s available in 6 high-resolution PSDs featuring different angles and views of the device.
An elegant MacBook Pro mockup template that comes with 2 different scenes featuring the device in both front and top view angles. The mockup comes in PSD file format and it can be easily customized to your preference.
This is a bundle of MacBook Pro mockup template that includes 12 different views and angles of the device to let you showcase your designs in all types of designs. The mockups are available in 3800 x 2800 resolution.
Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.
The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the most popular designer news that we curated from the past week.
Note that this is only a very small selection of the links that were posted, so don’t miss out and subscribe to our newsletter and follow the site daily for all the news.
Disney’s Hollywood Studio has a New Logo – And We’re Wholly Uninspired
CSS Scan 2.0 — Instantly Check or Copy Computed CSS of any Element on the Internet
An Ultimate Guide to Form Design
A Styleguide for the Galactic Empire
Norwegian Passports Design
Little Details in UX Design: Developing a Design System
Thanos: Super-Villain and Terrible Designer
Ecommerce Cart Design Best Practices
Debugging CSS Grid
Site Design: Closer Cards
A Short Guide for Non-designers to not Suck at Design
Liquid Death is 2019’s Stupidest Branding
The Vandalisation of UX
Here’s the Coolest Stuff Announced at Google I/O 2019
Create a Responsive Grid Layout with no Media Queries, Using CSS Grid
A Beginner’s Guide to User Journey Mapping
Vertical Rhythm on the Web
Zero to 60 in Six Months: Designer Eva Cremers on Learning 3D Animation
Why Agile Doesn’t Work
Typography in Design Systems
FOUND COLOR · Schemes for Web and UI
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Oh, no! You can’t find a file. You’ve looked in all the folders already and you still can’t find it. Did you delete it?
Even if you didn’t mean to, there are times when you accidentally delete data. Deleting data is not just a matter of right clicking on the word delete. As a matter of fact, human errors only rank second when it comes to deleted data.
In a study by StorageCraft with 41 IT professional, 29% agreed that the main cause of data loss is human errors. Many other studies also found that human errors are the second most common reason for data loss across the globe.
That could scare a lot of people but truth be told, deleted data is no big deal. This is especially true on Windows. Explosion author, Nick Guli, stresses the same point as well.
Before we begin, I want to highlight the fact that the recovery of deleted data from a Windows PC isn’t a difficult task if you act promptly and appropriately. With that said, there’s no guarantee that all deleted files can be recovered. Some files may get corrupt if you continue to use your Windows PC or the storage media after data loss—whether deliberately or inadvertently—as it overwrites the deleted files.
Although there is no guarantee that all data can be recovered, some, if not, most data can be recovered as long as you act on it right away. You have to be open to the fact that some data could get corrupted. …
First, a quick story.
Back in 2016, when Donovan Brown, a Senior DevOps Program Manager at Microsoft, had given a “but it works on my machine speech” at Microsoft Connect that year, I was still in my preliminary stages as a web developer. His talk was about micro-services and containers.
[…] Gone are the days when your manager comes running into your office and she is frantic and she has found a bug. And no matter how hard I try, I can’t reproduce it and it works perfectly on my machine. She says: fine Donovan, then we are going to ship your machine because that is the only place where it works. But I like my machine, so I’m not going to let her ship it…
I had a similar sort of challenge, but it had to do with routing. I was working on a website with a React front end and ASP.NET Core back end, hosted as two separate projects that were deployed to Microsoft Azure. This meant we could deploy both apps separately and enjoy the benefits that comes with separation of concern. We also know who to git blame if and when something goes wrong. But it had downsides as well, as front-end vs. back-end routing reconciliation was one of those downsides.
One day I pushed some new code to our staging servers. I received a message shortly after telling me the website was failing on page refresh. It was throwing a 404 error. At first, I didn’t think it was my responsibility to fix the error. It had to be some server configuration issue. Turns out I was both right …
Feature Policy in Chrome
This allows good practices to be more easily rewarded. … Search results could be badged with some approving “fast” logomark or (more controversially perhaps) get a higher result ranking if they disallow themselves certain policy-controlled behaviors.
Feature Policy is an emerging technology. See featurepolicy.info for more information about individual policies and their level of support in browsers.
Signed exchanges on Google Search
The mobile version of Google Search includes AMP results on search results pages. When the user taps on an AMP result, the AMP page loads from Google’s domain (google.com) and is displayed in the AMP Viewer.
Google Search now supports an alternative: If a website signs its AMP pages, and the visitor uses Chrome for Android, then tapping on an AMP result instead loads the signed version of the AMP page from Google’s servers, but to the user it appears as if they have navigated to the website normally.