This is the first in a series of blog posts regarding cool things that happened this week and may be of interest to the web design community. Besides staying in touch with the news we have also thought of digging up some history. So every post will also feature a cool thing that has happened this week, only years ago. Today we feature the Louvre because on August 10th, 1793 Louvre palace officially opened in Paris as The Museum Central des Arts.
And here are the news and updates for this week, 2018:
- A guide for how you can learn to code front-end. Useful even if you are already a experienced developer. There are always things to learn.
2. This is our favourite resource discovered this week. The people at Tilda have created a very simple and beautiful guide that you can use to avoid common web design mistakes. A must-read for anyone doing design.
5. Let’s Encrypt is now officially trusted by all major root programs. This is an important step. Let’s encrypt has moved from a radical idea to an accepted standard.
6. This page from the BBC really surprised us. Their parallax overlays look great and are mobile-friendly.
7. A new post by xkcd got pretty popular. We are all terrible at what we do.
8. And the New York Times has posted an interesting interactive infographic.
Let us know if you found something interesting this week in the comments section below. Sharing is caring 🙂
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