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Is Dispo Good? Will it survive the hype? A look at Dispo’s future
If you’ve had your ear to the ground in the app world, you’ll have heard of David Dobrik’s new retro-feel photography app Dispo. People are pretty excited about it, and rightfully so. But is the interface addictive enough? Will users be willing to wait until the next day to see their photos once the novelty […]
Modern Branding Done Right: a look at Octopus Energy
From their signature colour scheme to their email domain, Octopus Energy’s modern branding never fails to come across as effortlessly cool and novel. Here’s why…
Setting safe areas in React with CSS variables
Most apps and sites have elements or menus that overlap others and depending on the number of pages you have you might want to not set these safe areas manually. So here’s a little trick to set safe areas with React. Consider this simple interface: It contains a scrollable list of cards as well as […]
‘The Basics of Typography’ – a 10 minute gem from Maxime Rabot
Visual Designer Maxime Rabot has created a fantastic Figma Community resource in his quick and accessible guide to basic typography and why it matters. As typography for beginners resources go, it’s well worth your time. A joy to read First things first, ‘The Basics of Typography‘ is one of the most appealing and legible resources […]
Build a serverless Prisma API for Vercel (example included!)
Do you have a great idea but aren’t well versed in SQL and don’t want to break the bank with a server and database? Then this guide is for you! You can set up a serverless API with Prisma and host it on Vercel for free. I’ve never been great with APIs. I work on […]
Animating page transitions in Next.js for Capacitor
Capacitor is a fantastic solution to running web apps as native. Unfortunately it can also be quite hard to give your front-end that extra polish to make it look truly native. In this article we’ll go over implementing page transitions in Capacitor and Next.js If you’re reading this I’m going to assume you’ve managed to […]