From the author: According to the results of a popular study by the University of Missouri Science and Technology, visitors form an opinion about your business site in less than two tenths of a second. The visual context helps them in this, which forms a good impression and delays users on the site longer. A picture affects users more than textual content, since it can be used to transmit a message more efficiently and faster.
In words, it is difficult to explain to the reader what the writer wants to convey. The same thing in web design. A website needs a visual context that links the life experience and organization histories.
What is a visual context?
The visual context is related to the presentation of content in such a way as to better convey the main idea of the site. Continue reading
If you worked on large, serious projects, you probably already felt the importance of automated testing during the development process. Depending on experience, this awareness may come suddenly like a big bang or gradually, but it becomes second nature. Automated testing can take different forms: this is unit testing, when individual isolated pieces of code are checked, and integration or functional testing, when the interaction of individual parts in the system is checked. But this article is not devoted to a review of automated testing in general, but to one specific type of it, which appeared relatively recently – visual regression testing.
Visual regression testing takes an alternative approach to testing web pages. Instead of just making sure that some element or text is present in the Continue reading
Do you like parallax or hate it, but it will not go anywhere. When used wisely, it can add depth and sophistication to a web application. The problem is that implementing parallax is productive – it’s not easy. In this article, we will discuss a solution that is both productive and, importantly, cross-browser.
Do not use scroll events or background-position to implement parallax.
For a better parallax effect, use CSS 3D transforms.
For Mobile Safari, use position: sticky to ensure that the parallax effect spreads. Continue reading