• 7 tips to increase blog engagement

    1. Make sure your blog posts are awesome Your content should be awesome. Your content should be so informative, funny or relevant, that people want to share it with the world. If you want to read more about the creation of awesome and SEO friendly content, go ahead and read this blog post. 2. Be consistent […]

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  • Why brutalism boosts conversions

    For those of us familiar with brutalism on the web, we don’t necessarily look at it as a favorable design choice. That’s because it violates a lot of the best practices of today’s web-design standards, including making beautiful websites that provide good information architecture on each page. In fact, brutalism’s stark, ultra-bare bones approach to […]

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  • The 10 Golden Rules of Simple, Clean Design

    There’s a lot more to simple design than you think. A product such as the iPhone may appear clean and unobtrusive to the naked eye, but there’s a lot going on beneath the surface that most people don’t know about. Nor do they need to. They only need to know that it will do what […]

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  • 40+ Creative and Beautiful Credit Card Designs

    Credit cards are one of the best financial tools you have at your disposal, if used correctly. It is also one of the best way to express yourself – your likes, dislikes, personal preferences, even your personal branding, if you will. 30 Beautiful Creative Invitation Card Designs 30 Beautiful Creative Invitation Card Designs Editor’s note: […]

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  • Top 5 Free Screen Recording Software for Windows [Reviewed]

    Screen Recorders are handy tools used to record the computer’s screen, i.e., record the ongoing activities on the screen. Using these, you can record the screen as easily as you would take screenshots on your computer or record life’s best moments with a camera. These tools do provide live-capture enhancements, post-capture video editing options and […]

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  • Great Tools for Getting the Most From Your Prototyping

    Designers often rely on wireframes, mockups, and prototypes. They use them to show how they see the final product unfolding at various stages in the design process. These presentations can vary from rough sketches to a model that emulates the look and feel of the final product nearly to perfection. Thus, these three design aids serve somewhat similar […]

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  • 20 Free CSS Frameworks for Web Developers

    Responsive, free CSS frameworks are ideal for web developers who want to speed up their website development process and create websites easily. That is why, we decided to share with you some of the best, free CSS frameworks we could find. These come with comprehensive documentation, so they will be easy to use even by […]

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  • Things to Watch Out for When Working with CSS 3D

    I’ve always loved 3D geometry. I began playing with CSS 3D transforms as soon as I noticed support in CSS was getting decent. But while it felt natural to use transforms to create 2D shapes and move/rotate them in 3D to create polyhedra, there were some things that tripped me up at first. I thought […]

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  • Dock Show & Tell

    Someone wrote in asking about some icons in my Dock. I figured that might be a fun thing to share, and y’all can follow suit and share yours as well. I know “Docks” are a little Mac-centric, but feel free to share your most used apps on other platforms as well. I bet this changes […]

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  • Muz.li Joins InVision, but why?

    The Muz.li team joins forces with the great people behind InVision Labs. As both have the same understanding of quality, this move is no bad news for designers and developers. So no worries, it’s only me. I am having a hard time understanding what the deal could be about. A Short Introduction to InVision and […]

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  • Why Do Designers Make Awesome Entrepreneurs?

    If you’re a designer, chances are you have a full-time job (and maybe even a freelance position on the side.) For many designers, this is an enjoyable option, complete with benefits and flexibility. For some, however, this situation doesn’t quite gel–maybe due to an employer or the industry itself. For some, a “regular” job doesn’t […]

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  • HTML5 May Not Pan Out for Comcast

    At a workshop on “Delivering Video Services to Customer-owned Devices” at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo event this week, the message to attendees was a cautionary one about the limits of HTML5 development as the industry begins to coalesce around the video player standards for HTML5. However, the foundation does not currently exist for the write-once/read-everywhere […]

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  • Folks, TV May Have Reached Peak Millennial Slacker-Com

    You can’t fire up a Roku these days without immediately being offered a steady stream of shows about twenty-, thirty-, and fortysomethings figuring out their lives in the hip ‘burgs of cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. (See: Love, You’re the Worst, Master of None, etc.) The most recent additions—Easy and High Maintenance—both […]

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  • Building Hybrid Apps With ChakraCore

    Sponsored Article Building Hybrid Apps With ChakraCore By Eric Rozell September 28th, 2016 ChakraCoreJavaScriptReact 0 Comments There are many reasons to embed JavaScript capabilities into an app. One example may be to take a dependency on a JavaScript library that has not yet been ported to the language you’re developing in. Another reason could be […]

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  • The Best of WordPress: September 2016

    Hi everyone, it’s been a busy few weeks in the world of WordPress, WordPress.com, and Automattic, so I thought I’d share a roundup with all of you! Here’s a rundown: Welcome to WordPress We are proud to host the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s new Biohub, with a bold vision to  invest in science, technology and human […]

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  • WordPress Plugin: Theme Switcha

    Announcing my latest WordPress plugin, Theme Switcha! There are many theme-switch plugins but none of them provide the simplicity, performance, and reliability that I require for my own sites. So I wrote my own plugin using the WP API and kept the code as focused and solid as possible. Only essential theme-switching features have been […]

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  • Get featured in my new CSS book

    I am working on some new books and one of them focuses on CSS techniques. I can’t share any specifics at this point, but I am inviting CSS experts and enthusiasts to be featured in the book by contributing their favorite CSS snippet. Awesome CSS snippets will be featured in my upcoming book along with […]

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  • ClickSend boost the marketing possibilities for your business

    ClickSend are well known for their online SMS capabilities, and have now expanded their service by adding a heap of new products including MMS, Email, Voice, Fax, and even physical Post, to anywhere in the world. ClickSend has been operating since 2006 and now have thousands of customers worldwide, including some pretty big name clients: […]

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  • Is mobile app UI design a complete waste of time and money?

    More and more companies are constantly chopping and changing their design direction and user interface in a battle to stand out. Many are employing large teams of user interface designers to work on pretty simple products. When it comes to mobile apps, user interface design is little more than a marketing gimmick. As it stands, […]

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  • Theme Switcha

    Switch to an alternate theme for preview or development while visitors use the default theme 🙂 Brand new plugin with all-new shiny code fresh from the WP API! There are many theme-switch plugins but none of them provide the simplicity, performance, and reliability that I require for my own sites. So I wrote my own […]

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