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Bootstrap material design - Dezineup

Bootstrap material design - Dezineup | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Vous connaissez forcément la charte graphique de Google : Material Design. Aujourd’hui, découvrez un thème pour bootstrap qui vous permettra de mettre simplement en place cette charte sur vos sites, en utilisant le célèbre framework Bootstrap.
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Une chambre scandinave pour un sommeil hygge

Une chambre scandinave pour un sommeil hygge | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Le style scandinave prend de plus en plus d'ampleur et transforme la chambre d'adulte en cocon contemporain, pile dans le concept danois du hygge. On fait ainsi rentrer dans son espace de repos la lumière, la boiserie et les couleurs douces car la tendance déco nordique se veut confortable et aérée.
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Toward Responsive Elements

Toward Responsive Elements | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
We definitely care above moving futher! For the last several months, I and some folks at Igalia have been working on this space. We're very interested in helping find the connections that bring together developers, implementer and standards bodies to solve the problems. Internally, we have had numerous sessions to discuss past proposals and tackle challenges. I've been researching the various user-space solutions: How they work, what their actual use is like on the Web, and so on. In developer space we've worked a lot with folks active in this space: I've met regularly with Tommy Hodgins and Jon Neal, and had discussions with folks like Eric Portis, Brad Frost, Scott Jehl and several others. But we've also talked to people from Google, Mozilla and Apple, and they've been very helpful and willing to chat - both commenting on and generating new ideas and discussions. I really can't stress enough how helpful these discussions have been, or how willing all of the CSSWG members representing browser vendors have been to spend time doing this. Just during the recent travel for the CSS Working Group face to face, I had numerous breakout discussions - many hours worth of idea trading between Igalians and browser folks. I wish I could say that we were 'there' but we're not. As it stands it seems that there are kind of a few 'big ideas' that seem like they could go somewhere - but not actually agreement on whether one or both of them is acceptable or prioritization yet. Current ideas... There does seem to be some general agreement on at least one part of what I am going to call instead "Responsive Design for Components" and that is that flipping the problem on its head is better. In other words: Let's see if we can find a way talk about how we can expose the necessary powers in CSS, in a way that is largely compatible with CSS's architecture today... even if writing that looks absolutely nothing like past proposals at first. There seems to be some agreement at large that this is where the hardest problems lie and separating that part of the discussion from things that we can already sugar in user-space seems helpful for making progreess. This has led to a few different ideas… Lay down small, very optimal paths in CSS One very good idea generated by lots of discussion with many people during CSS Working Group breakouts sprang from a thought from Google's Ian Kilpatrick… I am constantly impressed by Ian's ability to listen, pull the right threads, help guide the big ship and coordinate progress on even long visions that enable us to exceed current problem limits. You probably don't hear a lot about him, but the Web is a lot better for his efforts… The crux of the idea is that there seems to be one 'almost natural' space that enables a ton of the use cases we've actually seen in research. Some community members have landed on not entirely dissimilar ideas: creating something of an 'if' via calc expressions to express different values for properties. The idea goes something like this: Imagine that we added a function, let's call it "switch" which allows you to express something "like a media query" with several possible values for a property. These would be based on the available-inline-width during the layout phase. Something like this… .foo { display: grid; grid-template-columns: switch( (available-inline-size > 1024px) 1fr 4fr 1fr; (available-inline-size > 400px) 2fr 1fr; (available-inline-size > 100px) 1fr; default 1fr; ); } See, a a whole lot of the problems with existing ideas is that they heave to loop back through (expensive) phases potentially several times and make it (seemingly) impossible to keep CSS rendering in the same frame - thus requiring fairly major architectural changes. It would need to be limited to properties that affect things only during layout, but another practical benefit here is that it would be not that hard to start some basic prototyping and feel this out a little in an implementation without actually committing to years of work. It would be, very likely, deliverable to developers in a comparatively short amount of time. Importantly: While it makes sense to expose this step to developers, the idea really is that if we could get agreement and answers on this piece, we would be able to discuss concretely how we sugar some better syntax which effectly distills down to this, internally. Nicole Sullivan also has some ideas which might help here, and which I look forward to learn more about. Better Containment and... There is another interesting idea generated primarily by David Baron at Mozilla. In fact, David has a whole series of prposals on this that would lay out how to get all the way there in one vision. It is still being fleshed out, he's writing something up as I write this. I've seen some early drafts and it's really interesting but it's worth noting that it also isn't without a practical order of dependencies. Effectively, everything in David's idea hinges on "containment in a single direction". This is the smallest and most fundamental property - the next step is almost certainly to define and impement that and if we have that then the next things follow more easily - but so do many other possibilities. This information as a property potentially provides an opportunity for an optimization of what would happen if you built any system with ResizeObserver today, where it might be possible to avoid complete trips through the event loop. It isn't currently clear how some questions will be answered but David is one of the most knowledgable people I know, and there's a lot of good stuff in here - I look forward to seeing more details! Some new experiments? Another idea that we've tossed around a bunch at Igalia and with several developers punts on a few hard of these hard questions whose answers seem hard to speculate on and really focus instead on the circularity problem and thinking about the kind of unbounded space of use cases developers seem to imagine. Perhaps it "fits" with option B even... These would be a kind of declarative way, in CSS, to wire up finite states. They would focus on a laying down a single new path in CSS that allowed us to express pattern of what to observe, how to observe it, how to measure and say that an element was in a particular state. The practical upshot of this is that not just Container Queries, but lots and lots of use cases that are currently hard to solve in CSS, but are entirely solvable in JS with Observers become suddenly possible to just express via CSS without asking a lot of new stuff CSS - and doing that might present some new optimization opportunities, but it might not -- and at least we wouldn't block moving forward. So what's next? In the coming months I hope to continue to think about, explore this space and continue discussions with others. I would love to publish some research and maybe some new (functional) experiments with JS that aim to be 'closer' to a path that might be paveable. We have raw materials and enough information to understand some of where things are disjoint between what we're asking for and the practical aspects of what we're proving. Ultimately, I'd like to help gather all of these ideas back into a place where we have enough to really dig in in WICG or CSSWG without a very significant liklihood of easy derailment. Sooner rather than later, I hope. In the meantime - let's celebrate that we have actually made progress and work to encourage more!
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26 Outils pour organiser votre To-Do List →

26 Outils pour organiser votre To-Do List → | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
26 outils pour créer vos To Do List, gérer et organiser vos tâches correctement en créant une liste de choses à faire. Commencez à devenir efficace maintenant !
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Popular design news of the week: January 13, 2020 – January 19, 2020

Popular design news of the week: January 13, 2020 – January 19, 2020 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest...
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5 Ways to Boost Your Creativity as a Graphic Designer in 2020

5 Ways to Boost Your Creativity as a Graphic Designer in 2020 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
New year, new me. Or for me, as a graphic designer, new year, new designs. Just like writers, sometimes we get a major creativity block. It’s hard to be creativity 24/7, especially when your job depends on it.
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Concours de création d'entreprise 2019 - Dossier candidature

Concours de création d'entreprise 2019 - Dossier candidature | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Made by Eurelis.
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Apprendre à coder sans diplôme, c’est possible !

Apprendre à coder sans diplôme, c’est possible ! | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Des écoles de code se multiplient sur tout le territoire. Elles se proposent de former les demandeurs d’emploi ou les décrocheurs scolaires à la programmation informatique.
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Popular design news of the week: October 28, 2019 – November 3, 2019

Popular design news of the week: October 28, 2019 – November 3, 2019 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest...
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20 Freshest Web Designs, November 2019

20 Freshest Web Designs, November 2019 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Every month we roundup the freshest new web sites that have been released in the previous four weeks, with an eye-out for new ideas.
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Séjours en famille et paysages à couper le souffle: les tendances de voyage pour 2020

Séjours en famille et paysages à couper le souffle: les tendances de voyage pour 2020 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
ACTUALITÉ - Essor des recommandations proposées par la technologie, engouement pour des villes moins touristiques... Booking.com a dévoilé les 8 tendances de voyage pour l’année à venir.
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20 ressources graphiques d’Halloween pour vos projets Web

20 ressources graphiques d’Halloween pour vos projets Web | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
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7 extensions Chrome essentielles pour les webdesigners

7 extensions Chrome essentielles pour les webdesigners | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Le temps, c'est de l’argent. Vous connaissez certainement cette maxime si vous êtes un webdesigner freelance ! Finir un projet, commencer un autre défi, corriger un design… cela demande des heures de travail.
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5 idées déco faciles pour être plus heureux chez soi - Elle Décoration

5 idées déco faciles pour être plus heureux chez soi - Elle Décoration | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Refuge privilégié et source de réconfort au quotidien, vous souhaiteriez peut-être façonner votre intérieur pour en faire un lieu encore plus accueillant et douillet. Pour optimiser le confort de votre intérieur afin d'en profiter pleinement, voici 5 idées faciles qui devraient améliorer votre...
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The Truth About VPNs: Here's How They Can Protect Your Data Online in 2020 / Digital Information World

The Truth About VPNs: Here's How They Can Protect Your Data Online in 2020 / Digital Information World | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Around the world, virtual private networks are used by individuals and businesses looking to protect their digital information and conceal their internet presence. To explore the reasons behind VPN usage, researchers surveyed over 1k people about their knowledge of VPNs and the benefits of using...
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Tendances 2020 : l'open source oui, mais ce n'est pas gratuit - ZDNet

Tendances 2020 : l'open source oui, mais ce n'est pas gratuit - ZDNet | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
L’avenir des bases de données, c’est le cloud. Mais l’avenir des bases de données c’est aussi l’open source. Voici pourquoi.
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Popular design news of the week: January 20, 2020 – January 26, 2020

Popular design news of the week: January 20, 2020 – January 26, 2020 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest...
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Cinq tendances du CES 2020

Cinq tendances du CES 2020 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Les géants de l'électroniques sont rassemblés cette semaine au Consumer Electronics Show (CES), le plus grand salon technologique au monde. Voici les tendances à surveiller.
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Inspirational Designer of The Week - Meet Aurélien Salomon

Inspirational Designer of The Week - Meet Aurélien Salomon | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Welcome back to this week’s edition of Inspirational Designer of The Week! Today, I’m honored to welcome Aurélien Salomon to the scene. Aurélien Salomon is an exceptionally talented French UI/UX designer who plays by his own rules.
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ESPRIMEUBLE 2019 : rendez-vous avec le Meuble d’Espagne à Paris

ESPRIMEUBLE 2019 : rendez-vous avec le Meuble d’Espagne à Paris | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Du 6 au 10 Décembre, près de 300 marques françaises et internationales se rassemblent au Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.L’occasion pour elles de vous prés...
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Beurre de pois chiche, farine de banane, faux gin... les 13 grandes tendances food de 2020 - Grazia

Beurre de pois chiche, farine de banane, faux gin... les 13 grandes tendances food de 2020 - Grazia | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
INNOVATIONS - Envie de servir à vos invités une cuisine qui change un peu ? Adieu avocado toasts et poké bowls, place aux nouveautés !...
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3 Essential Design Trends, November 2019

3 Essential Design Trends, November 2019 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
There's always a balance between visual design and functional design. Many of the "rules" of design as we know them exist to make visuals more functional.
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12 façons de peindre un mur en couleur pour réveiller sa cuisine

12 façons de peindre un mur en couleur pour réveiller sa cuisine | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
La cuisine en voit de toutes les couleurs ! Il suffit de quelques coups de pinceaux pour habiller les murs et transformer cette pièce.Voici 12 couleurs tendances...
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3 alternatives efficaces à l'infinite scroll

3 alternatives efficaces à l'infinite scroll | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
L’infinite scroll, mais qu’est-ce que c’est ? Tout simplement le fait de pouvoir faire défiler le contenu d’une page web à l’infini, sans jamais voir la fin de la page.Cette méthode est très utilisée sur...
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Exciting New Tools for Designers, October 2019

Exciting New Tools for Designers, October 2019 | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
It's already time to start thinking about all the seasonal design elements that you will use for the rest of the year.That might be icons or illustrations or...
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Tartelettes aux pommes et aux noix

Tartelettes aux pommes et aux noix | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Retrouvez la recette: Tartelettes aux pommes et aux noix dans le cahier : Noisettes, marrons...7 recettes gourmandes aux fruits d'automne...
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Blockchain, cryptomonnaie, bitcoin : quelles différences ?

Blockchain, cryptomonnaie, bitcoin : quelles différences ? | Web Inspiration | Scoop.it
Pour les nouveaux venus dans le domaine de la cryptomonnaie, la terminologie peut être assez confuse et même trompeuse.Certaines personnes se réfèrent au Bitcoin lorsqu'elles parlent des cryptomonnaies, tandis que d'autres mentionneront la blockchain...
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