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Issue №13 April 3, 2017

Why are designers still expected to work for free?

"This week, a cover design competition for the latest book by Dan Brown–author of The Da Vinci Code–has illuminated an unsolved mystery within the design industry: Why are designers so often expected to take on free work?" ▪ Link
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 Articles, Tutorials 
Your traffic went mobile; why hasn’t your design process?
"The mobile audience is now twice as big as the desktop. Does your organization’s design process reflect that mobile is now your primary platform?" ▪ Link
A practical guide to UX on the cheap
"I’m going to share some tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way to help you get great results with little to no budget." ▪ Link
Modern JavaScript for ancient web developers
"Learning modern JavaScript these days can feel like a futile exercise in WTF." ▪ Link
Design better data tables
A guide to designing better HTML tables ▪ Link
Animating your hero header
Taking that boring hero image to another level with animation. ▪ Link
Writing modular CSS

"Since our industry is awesome, we don’t only have one recommended solution. Experts have jumped in and provided us with suggestions like BEM, OOCSS, SMACSS, Atomic Design and many others. Now, instead of suffering from 'I don’t know what to do', the question becomes: “'There’s so many ways. Which should I try?'"  ▪ Link

 Tools 
CSS Remynification
What happens when you run every CSS optimizer? Savings! ▪ Link
LOOPY
A tool for thinking in (and modeling) systems ▪ Link
Grid Print
Free baseline grids for printing paper prototyping ▪ Link
 Honorable Mentions 
 Be Excellent to Each Other 
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