20+ Best Chunky Fonts

Chunky and chubby fonts are a great choice for designing fun and creative titles for all kinds of designs. In this post, we bring you a selection of the best chunky fonts with many different styles. Due to their unique style of design, chunky fonts are most suitable for creative, fun, and entertaining designs. Our list of chunky fonts includes different types of fonts for designing everything from posters to greeting cards and much more. Start exploring the list to find the right chunky font for your next project, and be sure to read through our tips for choosing (and using) chunky fonts for some handy design advice! Top Pick BoldenVan – Creative Chunky Font This chubby font features the perfect combination of fun and creativity to instantly grab anyone’s attention. The BoldenVan font features a bold design with chunky characters that’s simply ideal for children’s designs such as posters Read the full article…

Meet “Inclusive Components”, A New Printed Book By Heydon Pickering

Meet “Inclusive Components”, A New Printed Book By Heydon Pickering Meet “Inclusive Components”, A New Printed Book By Heydon Pickering Vitaly Friedman 2019-11-07T12:30:00+00:002019-11-08T11:07:45+00:00 The web is full of interfaces that leave people out. Of course, it’s not designers’ malicious intent or developers’ lack of empathy that bring us there. It’s just really difficult to foresee a wide range of situations in which our users might find themselves in. We need to build robust and reliable solutions in a world that’s inherently chaotic and unpredictable. Where do we even start? Because we often build and deploy under tough deadlines, we tend to break accessibility without even noticing it. Our products become slower, clunkier and more painful to use — often simply unbearable for keyboard- and screen reader users, and as such fragile and vulnerable for legal disputes. Let’s fix it. Meet Inclusive Components, our new handbook for building fully accessible websites Read the full article…

Inclusive Design And Accessibility: Live Stream With Heydon Pickering

Inclusive Design And Accessibility: Live Stream With Heydon Pickering Inclusive Design And Accessibility: Live Stream With Heydon Pickering Vitaly Friedman 2019-11-07T13:45:59+02:002019-11-08T11:07:45+00:00 Accessibility can sometimes become an unfortunate afterthought as we race to meet deadlines and search for tips and tricks to meet client demands. We can cause problems for keyboard or screenreader users, and leave our products fragile and potentially vulnerable to legal action from people who find themselves locked out due to their accessibility needs. How can we get better? One way to find out would be by joining our live stream with Heydon Pickering who will be sharing insights about the relationship between accessibility and design systems, and exploring how to build accessible components, and why he decided to write a book on accessible interface design patterns. Live Stream On Inclusive Design: Nov 7, 5:00 PM GMT The session will start today, November 7, at 6:00 PM Berlin Read the full article…

Alienware starts selling GPU upgrade kits for the Area-51m

Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Alienware’s Area-51m came onto the laptop scene at the beginning of the year with a big promise: that you’d be able to upgrade nearly every component of the laptop, including the GPU. And this week, Alienware made good on the last part of that promise by releasing its first GPU upgrade kits for the Area-51m. The new kits aren’t the biggest update: they’re essentially just the Nvidia RTX 2070 and 2080 GPUs that were already offered on the high-end models which were available at launch. That means these kits are less for users looking to squeeze even more power out of their laptops and more for ones who are having some buyers remorse about picking up a less powerful GPU when they first configured their machines. Photo by… Read the full article…

Death Stranding is so good that it shouldn’t have a sequel

Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC The most implausible thing about Death Stranding is that it exists at all. Hideo Kojima, its writer and director, has been saying that he wants to stop making Metal Gear Solid games for as long as he’s been making Metal Gear Solid games. Now, with a newly independent Kojima Productions receiving what appears to have been carte blanche from Sony to make whatever it wanted to as long as it was a PS4 game, Kojima’s first non-Metal Gear directorial project in decades is here. And, while I love Metal Gear, the one thing Death Stranding has made me feel above all else is that I wish Kojima had left the series behind sooner. Death Stranding positively drips with Kojima’s aesthetic, from its evocative not-quite-English terminology to its… Read the full article…

Examples of Great Fall Email Newsletters with Tips and Tricks

You’re reading Examples of Great Fall Email Newsletters with Tips and Tricks, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! Fall is ideal for email marketing campaigns. It is that time of the year to enjoy quality time at home with a cup of warm tea and delicious biscuits while surfing the web. It is a perfect opportunity to catch … Read the full article…

React and CI/CD – From 0 to Released

You’re reading React and CI/CD – From 0 to Released, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook! CI/CD has become the beating heart of any software team. A well-refined CI/CD process results in a frictionless path to live. In turn, this results in smaller, simpler releases that enable teams to test out experiments, react to bugs and … Read the full article…

Need for Speed Heat Review

Still burned by 2017’s Need for Speed Payback, I wasn’t sure Need for Speed Heat was going to be the salve the series needed – but this open-world street racer has some surprising pep to it. Heat is a marked return to form, owing its success to ingredients plucked from a few of the franchise’s most fondly-remembered games. It took more attempts than would’ve been ideal, but developer Ghost has finally built a racer that feels fittingly faithful to the roots of Need for Speed. Heat is hardly revolutionary, but it is fast, fun, and streets ahead of 2017’s properly disappointing Need for Speed Payback. Heat combines elements of fan-favourites like Underground and the original Most Wanted with some welcome tweaks inspired by its contemporaries. The result is deep vehicle customisation and hectic cop chases, but in a world featuring fewer hazards that’ll bring cars to a dead stop. Like Read the full article…