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A few weeks ago, Matt DesLauriers @mattdesl. a graphics programmer working at Jam3. showed us an interesting development carried out on our platform. As you already know, Awwwards has been collecting information on the most noteworthy websites since 2009 – something which makes us an essential source for web design trend analysis.
The project started as an experiment, I was just learning Node at the time and decided to see if I could scrape Awwwards for some data visualization.
Matt developed a tool which requests each page of the Awwwards winner gallery, then searches the HTML for all the available metadata like site name, author, date, URL, thumbnail, etc. The RGB pixels of each thumbnail are analyzed to get a rough color palette of the 3 primary colors.
The result is this brilliant data visualization in which each site is represented as a pie graph showing the distribution of its 3 primary colors. The visualization was rendered using Canvas2D. Matt also made use of a lot of open source tools including Node.js. d3.js. Cheerio. and Browserfy .1. 20 Sites of the Day with Great Color Schemes
In the second part of this article, we have done a list the color palettes which have been the most present over the last few months. Said list shall include the most recent SOTM.
#c5d5cb #9fa8a3 #e3e0cf #fff
Anton & Irene By Anton & Irene, Oleg Chulakov Studio2. Color in Material Design: Theory and Tools
As is expected, lately there has been a proliferation of color tools based on the Material Design Philosophy that Google unveiled at I/O 2014. This has been the most important trend of recent times, and that’s why we’ve made a list of resources which will help you to understand and implement the color-cues provided to us by Material Design.Palette Perfect: How Material Design Makes Color Easy Material Design Color Guidelines:Color should be unexpected and vibrant.
Material UP: Colors
3. Useful Tools for Creating and Understanding Color Palettes
To complement our short selection on color, we also are including a variety of tools, some of which have been necessary for many years now and others which are newer and have brought innovation to the tough task of creating a unique color scheme.
Coolors is an intuitive application which allows us to generate color combinations in a simple way, share palettes, and even export them to different formats like SVG, PDF, or SCSS.
Stylify me provides us with the fundamentals of the style guide of a site including colors, fonts, sizing, and spacing.
http://stylifyme.comAdobe Color CC
A classic tool to create color schemes with the color wheel or browse thousands of color combinations from the Kuler community.
A designer tool for creating color combinations that work together well.
Color-hex is an interesting tool which helps us to select monochromatic colors, triadic colors, analogous colors, or shades. It allows us to visualize our palette in different color models like RGB, HSL, HSV, and CMYK. It also generates the CSS code fo the selected color with suggested combinations for text-shadows, backgrounds, etc. http://www.color-hex.com/
http://www.color-hex.comThe awards for design, creativity and innovation on the Internet
Going from dev to live, where the dev system referenced dev version of web services, but the live system has to reference live versions which are HTTPS i recieved this error;
The provided URI scheme ‘http’ is invalid; expected ‘https
This is resolved simply by updating the web.config file and setting the security tag’s mode attribute from None to Transport;
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Here is a list of tracks I managed to “Shazam” from WWDC2016 that were played while we waited for the sessions to start. If you have any to add let me know via twitter @flexicoder. Wow – Beck Mother & Father – Broods Gold On The Ceiling – The Black Keys Ready For The Floor […] […]
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Now that I’ve started thinking more about my life as a freelancer I’ve been looking at where my work comes from and what sort of skills I’m being asked to use. The following is a simple breakdown of that data from Jul 09 to Dec 12. But first a brief bit of history… I’ve been […] […]
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Here is a list of the songs that I heard in between sessions at the WWDC No You Girls – Franz Ferdinand – Houdini – Foster The People – Someone Great – LCD Soundsystem – 11th Dimension – Julian Casablancas – Man On Fire – Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros – My Doorbell – […] […]
WWDC As always at the WWDC there is a lot going on and a lot of information to try to digest to make the trip worthwhile. But this year there also appeared to be a lot more attendees than the last 2 times I’ve been, which lead to a lot of queuing! It took a […] […]
This package is simply to help people who want to try out a lot of color schemes. It is the top 100(ish) rated color schemes on vim.sf.net as of Oct 28th, 2012 that are are not "evil" (binding keys, changing fonts, hiding the damned cursor (!?) ) -- zipped up in a single package. Every single theme was updated to its newest revision, and converted to unix formatted line endings.
The menu has been simplified based on feedback to simply three categories. Dark / Light / Other.
This package was put together simply to save others time in downloading the color schemes. If you are a scheme author and for some reason do not want your scheme included, please simply drop me a note. robert -at- robertmelton.com
Now, the pack comes with an organized GUI menu, but no tool for console users. I recommend you pick up http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1488 which is a colorscheme scroller / chooser and browser.
Many of these schemes are Gvim only, and do not support consoles well. but there is a plugin to allow Gvim only themes to work in 88/256 color terminals -> http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2390.
Love it or Hate it -- Rate it. )
Simply unzip, and place the files in
/.vim/colors --- it will unzip with correct dir structure, so you can just unzip to
Hope this helps you. join #vim on irc.freenode.net for all your vim help needs :)
OK, lets get to a linguistic, teaching type question.
I help adults prepare for IELTS and whilst I have the general marking scheme for the examination there is one point which if anyone can help me, I would be extremely grateful.
Grammatical and spelling mistakes obviously bring marks down for an essay, but are the marks deducted for the number of mistakes or the different mistakes. Let me demonstrate what I mean.
Last week a student was writing about the disposal of vegetables (don�t ask me why - it was part of the essay!!) Anyway instead of writing vegetables he wrote vegetarian and the essay contained lots of references to peeling vegetarians, how vegetarians are good for you, and how they should be thrown out when they are rotten.
Now I don�t know how you feel about vegetarians, but it was quite a funny essay in view of this mistake.
My question is, however, how would this be viewed by an IELTS examiner? Would he lose say 1 mark for wrong use of the word the first time - which is well deserved. Or would he lose a mark every time he made the same mistake? In which case he would be minus about 12 points.
The same could be asked of a grammar mistake which is repeated, or spelling error etc. If anyone can throw some light on this I would really appreciate it.