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Web DesignerWeb Designer

Web Designer No. 290

Web Designer is the premier magazine for aspiring online creatives and industry professionals. The monthly title offers cutting-edge practical projects spanning XHTML, CSS, Flash and WordPress as well as hosting features and interviews with the web community’s most influential people. Each issue also has a dedicated Industry section covering news and views from the trade, website showcases featuring the finest design talent. Web Designer: Defining the Internet through beautiful design… Please note: Digital versions of the magazines do not include the covermount items or supplements that you would find on printed editions.

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United Kingdom
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Verlag:
Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome to the issue

THE WEB DESIGNER MISSION To be the most accessible and inspiring voice for the industry, offering cutting-edge features and techniques vital to building future-proof online content Snap to it CSS is top dog when it comes to styling on the Web. And the specification is simply getting better and better. It has come a long way over the last few years, and is potentially a very powerful weapon in any web designer’s toolset. “Feature queries are a way to test whether a browser supports a particular CSS property-value combination. They virtually remove the need for feature-detection libraries like Modernizr for CSS” There are so many exciting features that are now ready to go, or are very close to getting the green light across the browser support board. That’s why Web Designer decided it was time…

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this issue’s panel of experts

Michelle Barker Michelle is a front end developer at Ordoo, author of the front end blog CSS {In Real Life}, and a Mozilla Tech speaker. In this issue she takes a look at the newest must-use CSS features and how to implement them. You can see her speak at our conference, generateCSS www.generateconf.com Page 46 “Variables can be set at the `:root level (creating global variables) or scoped within a selector. They can then be called using the syntax `var(--myVariableName)” Adam Kuhn Adam is a front end web developer at Kong Inc by day, and creative code enthusiast by night. He is a CodePen Pro (codepen.io/ cobra_winfrey) and this issue he offers top tips to get the best from the code playground. Page 84 Mark Shufflebottom Mark is a professor of Interaction Design at Sheridan College.…

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web designer

Future PLC Richmond House, 33 Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 6EZ Editorial Editor Steven Jenkins steve.jenkins@futurenet.com 01202 586233 Art Editor Andy Salter Acting Editor in Chief Claire Howlett Senior Art Editor Will Shum Production Editor Elizabeth Wood Contributors Suzie Miller, Mark Billen, Leon Brown, David Howell, Michelle Barker, Mark Shufflebottom, Joseph Ford, Frank Kagumba, Matt Crouch, Tam Hanna, Adam Kuhn, Newton Ribeiro, Harriet Knight Advertising Media packs are available on request Commercial Director Clare Dove clare.dove@futurenet.com Senior Advertising Manager Mike Pyatt michael.pyatt@futurenet.com 01225 687538 Account Director George Lucas george.lucas@futurenet.com International Licensing Web Designer is available for licensing. Contact the Licensing team to discuss partnership opportunities. Head of Print Licensing Rachel Shaw licensing@futurenet.com Subscriptions Head of subscriptions Sharon Todd Circulation Head of Newstrade Tim Mathers Production Head of Production Mark Constance Production Project Manager Clare Scott Advertising Production Manager Joanne Crosby Digital Editions Controller Jason Hudson Production Manager Nola Cokely Management Managing Director - Prosumer Keith Walker Chief…

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how is css being used in 2019?

It’s hardly a rare occasion when Web Designer mentions that the web is ever evolving, but it is. All our favourite technologies and tools are constantly pushing forward and it is always good to see/know what’s happening. This issue it is CSS — more specifically, the State of CSS survey that has caught our eye. It seems that CSS is a little late to the teenage rebellion party, being over 20 years old, but it ‘is finally dyeing its hair pink and getting a tattoo just like it’s always secretly wanted’. Better late than never, you crazy CSS. To help finance the 2019 State of CSS survey, its logo has made its way onto a t-shirt (with annotated code snippets). Read the survey, buy a t-shirt, look good, and help ensure…

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sites of the month

01. DevJeff https://devjeff.info A self promoting site for a developer who designs. A clean and simple design accompanied by engaging elements. 02. Estragon Vision https://abcdestragon.xyz Want to see how a new typeface might look on different products/devices? This site provides smart insight. 03. Safari Riot https://noise.safaririot.com A host of great — and also sometimes rather eye-boggling — text effects here help to introduce the work of a sound and music group. 04. Sova Branding Agency https://owldesign.ru/en An owl with its eyes smouldering keep you looking at this page. Almost evil, and yet almost cute. Graphics Post-Punk Paperbacks https://bit.ly/2Jvy3ge A collection of post punk tunes (Smiths, Cure, Joy Division) reincarnated as comics. Colour picker Peace Ever After https://bit.ly/2xC7wIM Typesetter Evanston Tavern https://bit.ly/2S1KILC Available in Black, Stencil and Inline styles with a total of 61 font styles to choose from. Perfect for contemporary designs. WordPress The Issue https://themes.fuelthemes.net/theissue-demo This classy, stylish theme provides 17 different options for a…

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building world-class accessibility

Accessibility is a word that may conjure different meanings based on your life experiences. However, disability comes in many different forms. The World Health Organisation estimates that more than a billion people — or 15% of the world’s population — live with some form of disability. In the UK alone, ‘Purple Pound’ spending power is estimated at more than £249bn per year, while businesses are estimated to lose £2bn a month by overlooking the needs of disabled people. Although social attitudes and the technology we use have taken great strides forward, these statistics illustrate how businesses are missing out on a huge opportunity by failing to cater for every type of prospective user. Living with invisible disabilities myself — including Asperger’s, dyslexia, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and osteoarthritis — showed me that…

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