Trends

For the designers and interested clients out there, below are some recent articles on trends in the web design industry.

Remix Routes Demystified

In the past months, there have been lots of talks dedictaed to Remix. Routing is not only one of the things that sets it apart from other frameworks, but it also fuels great performance and improves the overall experience for developers. Let’s dig in to all of the features that build up routing in this powerful framework.

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A Guide To Hover And Pointer Media Queries

In this article, we’ll talk about how to adapt our sites to the different scenarios of a device pointer: whether it has a pointer or not, or how accurate it is. To adapt our site to those devices’ needs we’ll talk about how to properly use media queries `hover`, `pointer`, `any-hover` and `any-pointer`.

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Jobs For Designers And Developers Affected By The War In Ukraine 🇺🇦

Are you a designer or developer affected by the war in Ukraine? Here are some options to consider if you’re looking for a design or tech job.

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SmashingConf Is Back In 2022

After two years when almost everything moved online, 2022 marks the return of in-person conferences. In fact, [SmashingConf is back](https://smashingconf.com/conferences): coming to San Francisco and Austin in June, Freiburg (Germany) in September, and New York in October.

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Designing A Better Infinite Scroll

Best practices and guidelines to improve the UX of infinite scroll with bookmarks, footer reveal and pagination.

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A Time For Reflection (April 2022 Desktop Wallpapers Edition)

Let’s welcome the new month with some new wallpapers. Designed with love by artists and designers from across the globe, they are available in versions with and without a calendar for April 2022.

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The What, When, Why And How Of Next.js’ New Middleware Feature

Next.js’ recent 12.0 release included a new beta feature: middleware. For a detailed explanation, you can read all about it in Sam’s previous article, “[Next.js Wildcard Subdomains](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/11/nextjs-wildcard-subdomains/)”. This article, on the other hand, dives into the overall concept of middleware and how handy it can be in building things.

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How To Build A Progressively Enhanced, Accessible, Filterable And Paginated List

Ever wondered how to build a paginated list that works with and without JavaScript? In this article, Manuel explains how you can leverage the power of Progressive Enhancement and do just that with Eleventy and Alpine.js.

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How To Get Work Done: Wrangling Stakeholders And Overcoming Obstacles

Whether you work in-house or for an external agency, we all share one challenge — dealing with stakeholders, be they your boss, colleagues, or clients. In this post, veteran web designer Paul Boag shares his approach to getting things done in even the most challenging organizations.

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Devs For Ukraine, A Free Online Charity Conference 🇺🇦

[Devs For Ukraine](https://www.devsforukraine.io/) is a free online charity conference organized by the lovely people at Remote. Two days filled with talks from engineering leaders around the globe, in support of Ukraine. April 25–26.

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