Look how you can create a unique realistic 3D room combining blocks, adding objects and shadows
Realistic shadows that easy to apply
When Martin Fowler's post about microservices came out in 2014, the teams where I worked were already building service-oriented architectures. That post and the subsequent hype made their way into almost every software team in the world. The "Netflix OSS stack" was the coolest thing back then, allowing engineers worldwide to leverage Netflix's lessons in distributed systems. More than six years later, if we look into software engineering jobs right now, most of them talk about a microservices' architecture.
If you are a designer or a developer, you’d probably know that trying to make your project perfect can extend the time needed to complete the project-even several times. There’s always that one last element you want to improve quickly before sending it. But in my opinion Perfection is equal to fascism.
The trick to applying a shadow directly to SVG via CSS filters is the drop-shadow() function
With a year as tumultuous and life-changing as 2020, design will be forever changed, and we will likely see trends emerging in response to this year for several years to come. We don’t know what those trends will be, but we can take a pretty good guess at what graphic design trends will look like for the upcoming year.
With quickly emerging trends, it is crucial to come back down to earth and remind ourselves of visual design fundamentals. Trends come and go, so you don’t always have to use them nor understand them, but the fundamentals were, are, and will always be here, so let’s not forget about them and get them right!