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This collection of professionally designed mockup PSD templates allows you to present your hoodie designs in photorealistic scenarios. The post 20 Professional Hoodie Mockup Templates for Photoshop appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Landing a great job is no longer the end point of education. Today, education has already transcended its boundaries of traditional institutions and extended to mid-sized businesses and large corporations... The post Corporate Learning: How to Make It Work on Mobile appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The message is clear at this point: B2B organizations can't afford to leave video out of their marketing efforts. More marketers incorporate video into their content strategies every year, and the results speak for themselves. According to recent research by Wyzowl, 86% of video marketers say that video increases web traffic, 78% say that it...
It can be a challenge advising another designer. Whether it's general career advice, technical knowledge or even tips regarding client relations. The post Tips for Being a Good Design Mentor appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
According to Colour Blind Awareness 4.5% of the population are color-blind. If your audience is mostly male this increases to 8%. Designing for color-blind people can be easily forgotten because most designers aren't color-blind. In this article I provide 13 tips to improve the experience for color-blind people - something which can often benefit people with normal vision too. There are many types of color blindness but it comes down to not seeing color clearly, getting colors mixed up, or not being able to differentiate between certain colors.The post Improving UX For Color-Blind Users appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
In a new tongue-in-cheek (humor) post to his site, Tomas Votruba shows you how to criticize like a senior programmer when offering feedback on code errors or architecture decisions. As I spend most of my socials online time on Github and PHP-related discussion, I've noticed many people do so many wrong things while giving critics. I want to correct this once and for all, so I've prepared a guide for you. His recommendations (again, the opposite of what is actually useful) include and eight step process to find a bug, never reversing your stance, repeating the same comments over and over and always telling, never asking. Following this list of "not to dos" he also includes a list of "to dos" correcting the misconceptions. This list includes: asking if feedback is desired determining your motivation for the feedback replacing "you" with "I" In each recommendation there's examples of phrasing and comments that give you some guidance on how you can be more effective at giving feedback on projects and code.
Bootstrap has simply exploded in the web development community. There will always be skeptics and haters but on the whole, the project has been a smashing success and can constantly be seen at the top of the Forked and Watched charts at GitHub. As a result of Bootstrap’s fame, lots of great related resources have […]
Web designers are bliss to the world as they help everyone expand and enhance their business online. They are the architectures of our business, who construct each brick of our online website with their creativity and personal thoughts. However, in case you want to be one of them, you need to practice and follow the […] The post 14 Steps to Become a Successful Web Designer appeared first on Line25.
Advertise here with BSA This week's Designer News (N.331) includes Maintainable CSS, Flexbox Patterns, CSS Linter, Material Palette, Email Toolbox, Turntable.js, and more. Advertise here with BSA The post Weekly News for Designers (N.331) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Tomas Votruba has a post to his site sharing some background on a migration he recently helped perform migrating an application from Nette to Symfony. On the break of January/February 2019, we migrated whole Entrydo project from Nette to Symfony. It was API backend with no templates, but still, it wasn't as easy as I expected. Many coffees and beers were drunk during this migration. 0 programmers were too frustrated to give up. Yet, you'd laugh if you knew what took us the most time. He starts with some of the reasoning why they wanted to make the move and walks through the steps they took to get there: getting ready making a commitment automated migrations > manual changes He also talks about some "WTF moments" they had along the way where code that should have worked wasn't (and the simple issue that caused them).
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