Fading background anchor link – SitePoint

Fading background anchor linkSitePointI have been trying to look for the example but I cannot remember where I saw it. Perhaps someone can point me in the proper direction. It is a very subtle effect but it has a lot to do with UX. I saw it done on an accessibility site.

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Setting bleed area in adobe illustrator – SitePoint

SitePointSetting bleed area in adobe illustratorSitePointYour art-board in Illustrator should remain at 5 x 7 to represent the extent of the finished cropped page. But do allow the design to overflow from those extents to create the bleed. In this simple example the screen grab from Illustrator shows I have …

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Bpm’online Has Been Recognized As A Strong Performer Among The 10 Most Significant Customer Service Solutions … – MarTech Series (press release)

Bpm'online Has Been Recognized As A Strong Performer Among The 10 Most Significant Customer Service Solutions …MarTech Series (press release)bpm'online, who provide a unique synergy of BPM technologies and CRM to empower organizations to accelerate their time-to-strategy execution, announced that it has been recognized in The Forrester Wave™: Customer Service Solutions For Midsize …

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Shrinking field titles – what is it? – SitePoint

Shrinking field titles – what is it?SitePointI am increasingly seeing a new way of handling labels on form fields. It is cool, but I don't know how to do it. It is this: The field title seems initially to be a placeholder. But on field focus, the title quickly animates to a smaller size font at …

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Comments on design – SitePoint

Comments on designSitePoint2017-07-14 17:27:48 UTC #1. Can you guys tell me what you think of www.pressreader.com in terms of design and usability? Our client wants something similar (horizontal scrolling), but "better" :slight_smile: …

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What would you improve? – SitePoint

SitePointWhat would you improve?SitePointYour 'user experience' seeing it the first time.. anything stick out in a bad way? Or something … In any case, I think it's indicative of a greater problem, in that your design will not render reliably if a visitor's screen size and/or browser …

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