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Nobody reads an email newsletter. Just like nobody watches American Idol and I’m a Celebrity. Nonetheless, all three formats are still very much alive. This article is only about the newsletter, which many brands still consider to be one of the most robust sales channels. The Email is Far From Dead. The email is an...
With the resurgence of popularity and notoriety of hackers in recent years, it seems that web security has become more imperative than ever. You may not think at first that... The post Why Web Security and UX Should Compliment Each Other appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The main principles of content development are familiar to every online writer: uniqueness, quality, value, and focus. You know you have to provide top-notch content that will awaken the interest of your target audience, and you need to commit to a publication schedule to make your loyal readers happy. The only question is: how exactly...
DRY means "Don't Repeat Yourself" and is arguably one of the most important design principles as you create code, regardless of what language you use. The reasons are simple; Because every time you repeat code, you have to modify multiple places if you need to change your logic. Hence, if you don't create DRY code, you get bloated software, repeating the same constructs, to the point where it becomes impossible to maintain. Hence, the very definition of DRY is that your code is reusable, implying you can arguably quantify how DRY your code is, by asking yourself how reusable your code is. OOP however has one fundamental flaw which makes it ridiculously difficult to create DRY code, which is best explained by the following famous quote about reuse in OOP... You want the banana, but you get a monkey, holding a banana, in the rain forest!
We look at the best laptops for graphic design and art in 2018, including models from Apple, Dell, Microsoft, HP, Acer and more.
Are you using progressive booting already? What about tree-shaking and code-splitting in React and Angular? Have you set up Brotli or Zopfli compression, OCSP stapling and HPACK compression? Also, how about resource hints, client hints and CSS containment — not to mention IPv6, HTTP/2 and service workers? Performance isn't just a technical concern: It matters, and when baking it into the workflow, design decisions have to be informed by their performance implications. Performance has to be measured, monitored and refined continually, and the growing complexity of the web poses new challenges that make it hard to keep track of metrics, because metrics will vary significantly depending on the device, browser, protocol, network type and latency (CDNs, ISPs, caches, proxies, firewalls, load balancers and servers all play a role in performance).The post Front-End Performance Checklist 2017 (PDF, Apple Pages) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
When it comes to investing in Bitcoin (BTC), the first thing people look for is a secure storage system--in this case, a good BTC wallet. ... The post Is It Safe To Use A Bitcoin Paper Wallet? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Looking for a great polygon background texture for your design? Then you're going to love this collection of free and premium geometric and poly background textures. Low poly and geometric backgrounds are now turning out to be one of the most popular trends in design this year. They’re being used for both website and graphic […]
While there are some trends that only come around once before eventually disappearing into the ether of time, some retro icons manage to be revived
For designers who are just starting out, smaller projects provide a tremendous opportunity. We use them to put our skills into practice, develop a workflow and make a little bit... The post Moving Up: Adjusting to Larger Web Projects appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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