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Responsive web design: What the Internet looks like in 2016

<i>Offer website visitors the best user experience by designing for each device.</i> Whether a website is being viewed on a phone or computer, or being …

11 Responsive Web Design Tutorials

Are you looking for some detailed tutorials on creating creative responsive web designs? Well, if your answer is yes, then stop looking any further. …

15 Awesome Free Tools & Resources for Web Developers

In this article, we have collected relatively new and useful tools and resources for Web Developers and Designers. These tools and resources will not …

20+ Fresh Free Templates in HTML/CSS and PSD plus GUI Packs (Edition: April 2015)

Welcome back to our fourth iteration of 2015’s collections of free HTML, CSS and PSD templates. We have a pretty awesome bundle of GUI packs and HTML …

6 Articles on Design Theory to Help You Create Beautiful Landing Pages

Good landing page design isn’t just about pretty pictures – it’s about structuring your page to guide users toward the goal. Image by Baldiri via …

How to Gain Muscle and Lose Fat at the Same Time

In bodybuilding, there is a common belief that it is impossible to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. Many bodybuilders believe that you …

Next-Level Raised Bikeway for Roosevelt Road Taking Shape

Major segments of the CDOT's new <b>raised bike lanes</b> on Roosevelt Road are approaching completion, according to Streetsblog Chicago, showing that the streetscaping project may open by December 1 and provide a new, more pedestrian-friendly gateway to the South Loop and Museum Campus. Raised to sidewalk …

How Animals Hacked The Rainbow And Got Stumped On Blue

Until about 600 million years ago, seeing colors didn't matter so much to Earth's inhabitants — nobody had eyes.<p>"Before the eye evolved, you just wouldn't have seen what was there," says Andrew Parker, a biologist at London's Natural History Museum who studies the evolution of color.<p>Simple animals …

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