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  • Background-blend-mode ruin firefox

    just because a browser has a features, doesn’t mean you should use it! –

  • Trello is acquired by Atlassian for $425M

    Big news on new year! Trello is acquired by Atlassian for $425M! They have same blue color, so it’s not hard for Michael Pryor to give Trello to Atlassian, just like he didn’t do anything. 😀 :kidding Congratulation to both of you!

  • Meering Design Story

    Meering Design Story

    I just created Meering – an HTML/CSS company profile template which contains 4 pages; homepage, studio/about page, works/portfolios page, and work/portfolio detail page. And I’ll tell you the story behind the design.

  • The Software Revolution

    If we can synthesize new diseases, maybe we can synthesize vaccines.

  • Better Done than Perfect

    Lieur was founded in 2014. Almost 2 years it didn’t has a website. I mean a real website that lead someone who doesn’t know about us to someone who know what Lieur is. At least they know that Lieur is design studio, what we’ve done, and how to contact us. We’re too busy to reach…

  • Increase Your Site’s Performance with Hardware-Accelerated CSS

    Ever wondered how some CSS animations run so smoothly in the browser? Check out this link

  • Backdrop-filter, the New Way to Create Blur Background

    The backdrop-filter property provides for effects like blurring or color shifting the area behind an element, which can then be seen through that element by adjusting the element’s transparency/opacity. – Have you seen Lovebird‘s top navigation? You will see blur effect to the area behind it. It’s cool right? The blur effect is introduced by iOS 7…

  • What I Love from Peach

    What I Love from Peach

    Have you heard about Peach? Peach is new social app created by Vine Co-founder Dom Hofmann. The app is a sort of a mix between Twitter and Slack. After you create an account and a handle and add some friends, you view a stream of updates from the people you’re connected with. From the home screen…

  • The Hamburger Problem

    The Hamburger Problem

    As we know, many UX designers suggest to not use hamburger menu anymore. The main problem is it lacks of information. So I try to use another solutions, make the menu clearer. How? I use the word “Menu” or/and add arrow icon beside it. More clearer, huh? Not really, people tend to not click it…

  • #askdrwebquote

    If you are a great designer, then just be a great designer. That’s never enough. – Jeffrey Zeldman (Link) Anyway, Jeffrey will hire a people who write a blog. So keep writing! 🙂