Designers’ Weekly News № 727 – Resolving CLS Issues, Streamlining CSS with One-Line Upgrades, Anticipating Future Roles

– Happy Birthday, Macintosh! Apple celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Macintosh computer.
– Free Instagram Story Templates: A collection of templates for Instagram Stories available for Photoshop, Figma, Sketch, After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Final Cut Pro.
– Enhance Your Projects with Modern CSS: Learn about 12 modern CSS properties that can improve your projects, reduce technical debt, eliminate JavaScript, and enhance the user experience.
– The Value of Great UX: Explore a diagram that illustrates the importance and value of great user experience.
– Fading Content Using Transparent Gradients in CSS: Discover two methods for achieving text content fading using CSS, including the use of “mask-image” and “background-clip”.
– Top Logo Stinger Premiere Pro Templates: Check out a collection of logo stinger templates for Premiere Pro that offer style, functionality, and ease of use.
– Future Roles for Designers: Jorge Arango discusses five possible future careers for designers in an AI-driven world.
– CSS Blurry Shimmer Effect: Learn how to create a CSS blurring effect without using “box-shadow”.
– Essential CSS Snippets for Developers: Find out about the CSS snippets that every front-end developer should know in 2024.
– The Environmental Impact of Your Website: Eric explores the relationship between websites and the environment, providing insights on how to measure your website’s impact.
– Git and GitHub Essentials: A comprehensive beginner’s guide to Git and GitHub, covering the most common commands.
– Fixing Cumulative Layout Shift Problems: Discover solutions for fixing cumulative layout shift problems on websites.
– The Most Underused CSS Media Queries: “hover” & “any-hover”: Learn how to use the “hover” and “any-hover” media queries to create responsive designs and improve user experiences across devices.
– Improve Your Logo Design Skills: Melinda Livsey shares her journey of improving logo design skills by studying the work of Paul Rand and Saul Bass.