As you might have noticed, we rolled out a new notification system a couple of weeks ago. I’m not going to write about its interface, but rather one of it’s cool backend feature: auto-discovery of notification modules and self-registering of notification classes. What do I mean by that? Well, lets take a practical example. Read More
Responsive Icons is the result of responsive design combined with vectorized icons. Recently we have seen some interesting demos, but as with all new things we should consider the drawbacks and benefits of this new technique.
They are road signs for your daily rituals – the instantly recognized symbols and icons you press, click and ogle countless times a day when you interact with your computer. But how much do you know about their origins? Our friends from 500 Startups have developed this nice infographic.
Christmas is just around the corner and having a good set of Christmas might come in handy. We have selected 10 good icon sets – both free and premium from Iconfinder. They are ranging from simple glyphs to more abstract. Enjoy!
In the last five years, the focus in front end web development in general has shifted from a world of “making it work” to “making it fast.” One way of speeding up the front end and optimise load times is asset compressing using Base64 encoding. But as with all tips and tricks, there are both up- and downsides.
Martin LeBlanc | Designer spotlight, Icon design | 4 comments