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Jake Rocheleau

Jake is a user experience designer for both web and mobile platforms. Having over 4 years of freelance projects under his belt, he frequently writes articles on topics of modern design trends and social media. You can check out some of his work on Dribbble or follow his tweets @jakerocheleau.

Latest posts

10 Best CSS Code Generators for Web Developers

Web developers are always looking for shortcuts to save time in their routine. Many great dev tools ease…

The Basics of REST and RESTful API Development

Web developers are frequently talking about REST principles and RESTful data architecture, as it’s a crucial aspect of…

Designer’s Guide to the Basics of Web Accessibility Design

The web should be a place where everyone can access the same content from anywhere in the world.…

The Basics of Object-Oriented CSS (OOCSS)

Frontend development moves quickly with many new techniques added every year. It can be a struggle for developers…

Why You Need Code Sniffers for Web Development

Editor’s note: This article is part of our Code Optimization series, where we take a look at how…

11 Dependency Management Tools for Web Developers

Editor’s note: This article is part of our Code Optimization series, where we take a look at how…

Sass Best Practices: Tips And Tools For Developers

Editor’s note: This article is part of our Code Optimization series, where we take a look at how…

Using Normalize.css For Homogeneous Development

Browser compatibility is a big part of accessibility on the web. Developers need to consider the variance of…

20 Free Photoshop Actions All Designers Must Have

Automated scripts save time and improve workflow in all creative fields. Adobe products like Photoshop offer scripts called…

How To Design Empty State Pages for Websites & Mobile Apps

Empty state pages are lesser-known design elements with a significant role in user experience. In its simplest form,…

Facebook Redesigned: An In-Depth Analysis Of Independent Designs

There’s a lot to learn by studying the work of other designers. This is true of both professional…