• This week’s sponsor: Applause

    Everything iOS 8 From App Extensions to Apple Pay, Dan Rowinski leads you through iOS 8

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  • GIVEAWAY: 10 Digital Copies of Awwwards’ New Case Studies Book + Download A Free Chapter!

    Have you ever wondered how the major design and interactive agencies work? How much talent goes into producing some of the most creative websites of the year? What web technologies are used in the websites which make our jaws drop in awe? Meet Awwwards, the internet’s most visited website awards platform. Their job is to […]

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  • Tip: Using Ionic

    Tip: Using Ionic – without Ionic Pardon the cryptic title. Earlier this morning I was working on a demo (the result of which is documented here) that I knew was going to be rather simple. Therefore I decided to skip using Ionic since AngularJS would have been overkill for what I was producing. I was […]

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  • 8 Reasons to Convert Your WordPress.com Blog to WordPress.org

    The quickest way to start a free blog is by signing up to WordPress.com. Many new bloggers start that way. While it’s a great place to start, WordPress.com has several limitations which become quickly evident as a blog grows. If you want to surpass these limitations, then you need to convert your WordPress.com blog to […]

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  • Google Offices Around The World [Photos]

    Before tech giants start offering eyebrow-raising perks (like paying the costs for female employees to freeze their eggs), the great allure to working in places like Google were the salary, facilities and their awesome offices. Being a big part of the Web for 16 years, Google has amassed a reputation for its offices being the […]

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  • CreativeSDK (really) Launches

    CreativeSDK (really) Launches So a while ago I mentioned I was working on the CreativeSDK project. My role is to help out with documentation, including tweaks to the API guides and writing articles. As someone still pretty new to ObjectiveC, my articles are pretty simple, but hopefully that’s exactly the kind of content that can […]

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  • Best of the Week: Apple Event, Smartwatches, UX and more

    I’m an architect and designer from Porto Alegre, Brazil. I’ve been working with design since he got my degree in architecture, a bit odd isnt it? I’m a fan of Fireworks, CSS among other skills. Besides that I’m co-founder of ZEE.

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  • TeamViewer Releases iOS and Android Software Development Kit for Easy Integration of Remote Support Functionality

    TeamViewer has announced the release of a new Software Development Kit (SDK) specifically designed to allow mobile app developers to easily integrate remote support functionality into their apps. Compatible with iOS 7, iOS 8, and Android, TeamViewer’s new screen sharing SDK is ideal for any kind of app, especially for B2B apps, apps that run […]

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  • 50+ Excellent Tutorials for Creating Website Layouts in Photoshop

    290 171 31 18 20762 If you’re looking to learn more about web design or to improve your skills, following along with detailed, step-by-step tutorials can be a great use of your time. While there are a lot of resources and courses where you can pay to learn design, there are also plenty of quality […]

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  • How to Auto Adjust WordPress Sidebar to Match Content Height

    Widgets make it super easy to add cool things to our WordPress sidebar. However, sometimes your sidebars can become much longer than the actual content area. Recently a user asked if there was a way to automatically make the sidebar height the same as the content area to make it symmetrical. In this article, we […]

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  • Light Your Posts: How to Create Featured Posts Section in WordPress

    Posted in HowTos, WordPress • Posted on October 17, 2014 by Sam Norton • Leave a comment WordPress is a very powerful CMS. What is great about this is that it can be customized to the way you want it to be. You can add features and edit design and even create featured posts section […]

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  • Adding Custom Widgets to the WordPress Admin Dashboard

    Have you ever wished that your WordPress dashboard was a more useful place? Sure, there are plugins that add modules there but there are countless metrics and shortcuts you may want to add yourself. In this post I’ll show you how you can add your own – completely customized – dashboard widgets easily. Create your […]

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  • Using Movie Postcards In A Creative Way

    One of the most common forms of entertainment is watching movies. And of course, they need to get the word out about all the upcoming blockbusters, right? One of the ways that advertisers do this is through movie postcards. Cheap, compact and it makes a great keepsake for fans too. You may not realize it […]

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  • Things to consider for your online shop

    Last week, we had an email from somebody who was pretty desperate. He had set up an online shop, filled it with thousands and thousands of products and in the three or four months after release, still nobody had found his shop or ordered his products. The online shop at hand sells women’s cloths. This guy […]

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  • What Every Business Should Know About Calls-to-Action

    If your website doesn’t have a Call-to-Action (CTA) you are missing out on the opportunity to capture more leads and boost your business. Ultimately CTAs can not only help you collect your website visitors’ contact info (including name, email address, and phone number), but also gather valuable information about your visitors’ interests and needs (which […]

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  • Deal of the Week: Convert Photos to Painted Art With These Impressive Photoshop Actions

    By Dieter Petereit Posted in Deals, PHOTOSHOP 0 comments Flat design is all the rage these days. But imagine a flat design website equipped with full-fledged real-life photos. This might or might not look too good. Have you ever thought of taking the complexity out of the imagery as well? How about converting photos into […]

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  • The Effects of TLS and SSL on User Experience Design

    Creating an effective website can be a time consuming and laborious process, but when done right the results can lead to high traffic and excellent conversions. The site should be easy to read and navigate, the information contained should be well organized and accurate, and maybe most importantly a user should enjoy using the site. […]

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  • The 6-Part Recipe For Conversion Optimization With A/B Testing

    “One accurate measurement is worth more than a thousand expert opinions.” – Admiral Grace Hopper If you don’t already use A/B testing to optimize your company’s website and convert more leads, you should definitely consider it. The color of a submit button has the potential to affect your business’s bottom line. If you use the […]

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  • How I Built Nomad SMS in 3 Days

    Everything good starts with a problem. Last Friday, I had one. I couldn’t receive an SMS from my bank in Australia, due to my choice to live, travel and work overseas. It was infuriating. But then I thought: Surely I’m not the only person with this problem? There must be other poor nomads suffering like […]

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  • Lobotomized Owls

    At CSS Day last June I introduced, with some trepidation, a peculiar three-character CSS selector. Called the “lobotomized owl selector” for its resemblance to an owl’s vacant stare, it proved to be the most popular section of my talk. Ad via The Deck Job Board Job listings via We Work Remotely I couldn’t tell you […]

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