Day: February 28, 2017
Updates from Smash Magazine
- Designing A Better Design Handoff File In FigmaThis article provides practical tips for improving the handoff process between design and development in product development. The guidance covers effective communication, documentation, design details, version control, and plugin usage.
- Meet Success At Scale, A New Smashing Book By Addy OsmaniMeet “Success At Scale”, our upcoming book with best-practice case studies from industry experts. Print and eBook shipping in fall 2023. Pre-order the book.
- The Impact Of Agile Methodologies On Code QualitySay goodbye to traditional workflows and embrace Agile to unlock the power of high-quality code. Discover how Agile methodologies promote simplicity, modularization, readability, and continuous improvement, resulting in faster turnaround times, more responsive development processes, and ultimately, the creation of high-quality software that meets customer needs.
- Smashing Podcast Episode 61 With Rachel Andrew: What Is Web Platform Baseline?In this episode of the Smashing Podcast, we’re talking about Web Platform Baseline. What is it, and how can it help determine your browser support policy? Drew McLellan talks to expert Rachel Andrew to find out.
- Practical Design Tips And Guidelines For Beginner DesignersIt’s easy for beginner designers to get overwhelmed and lose confidence when creating presentations, landing pages, app and web design mockups, and even cards. Laurent Baumann shares a few simple guidelines and practical tips to help you in such situations.
- How To Deal With Big Tooling Upgrades In Large OrganizationsThe process of upgrading large third-party packages in equally large organizations is rarely, if ever, as easy as running an npm update and calling it a day in this context. Joran Quinten shares valuable lessons from his team’s experiences in upgrading third-party code that affects codebases across the entire organization.
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