Be nice. Or else.
UX/UI Designer/Developer Joined about 3 years ago
Pretty sure everyone uses this
San Jose. For those too lazy to click through
I'm curious too. I hardly know anyone using LESS anymore and have moved on to using Sass(scss).
Loading screens are instant close for me...
Omg... this is so damn true, it's not even funny.
I'm surprised there's no sticky header... (yet?)
For images, there are usually 4 options to use, each with their own caveats.
JPEG: Best to use for images with lots of colors, gradients, shadows, or images such as photographs.
PNG: Best to use for images that have solid colors and images that require transparency.
GIFs: Best to use with images that require a short animation, though be careful with GIFs that are large in filesize.
SVG: Best for use to scale images, such as logos. Usually images that have solid colors.
You want to keep image file sizes as low as possible while still keeping acceptable image quality.