• Jan 27 2017

    Foit, Fout and Perceived Performance

    BY: Donald Bickel
    As web developers, we strive to provide the highest fidelity interface and experience for users of our sites and applications as possible. From the use of responsive web design, SASS, CSS3, Flexbox and JavaScript frameworks we exercise every technique and option to bring the latest to our users. With great power comes great responsibility and that means dealing with FOIT, FOUT and providing the perception of performance to our users.
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  • Oct 06 2016

    The Importance of Style Guides: Designing Systems, Not Pages

    BY: Ryan Teneyck
    The process of building a website is technically never done. Especially when said site is handed over to a client that will constantly be adding content. There is an invaluable tool that can alleviate a slew of future headaches that may take some considerable time and effort initially but will repay the designer tenfold in the long run. Of course, since you likely read the title, we are speaking of a Style Guide.
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  • Oct 01 2015

    Getting Set Up For Gulp: Visual Studio 2015 and the Task Runner

    BY: Zach Winnie
    A development trend over the last few years has been utilizing JavaScript task runners to automate front-end development. Some of the big names that have gained widespread use are Gulp, Grunt, Cake, and Broccoli. This blog article will cover Gulp, which is a fast and plugin-rich task runner that is quick to get up and running.
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