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When you're working on a new project, what is more crucial than choosing the right features to develop? However, the exercise often turns into a spectacle of team voting. As a result, decisions change many times down the road. Let's talk about the pitfalls of popular prioritization techniques and approaches to reducing bias and disagreement.
The Smashing Toronto conference featured many of your favorite speakers, however, there was a difference. They had been asked to present without slides. In this pairing of videos discover sketching with Eva-Lotta Lamm and SVG Animation with Sarah Drasner. How I Think When I Think Visually: Eva-Lotta Lamm Sketching is something which lends itself perfectly to the no-slides format. In this talk, Eva-Lotta demonstrates her process for visual thinking. A method which helps her order her thoughts, create sketchnotes, and visualize processes such as user journeys.
Sameer Borate has a new post to his site sharing a method for converting a CSV to an Excel document using PHP. While you can open a CSV file with Excel correctly, using this method (and library) allows for more control over the end result. During a recent data conversion project I needed to convert around 250 CSV files to Excel (xls) format. As this was a PHP project I decided to write a small PHP script using the PhpSpreadsheet library. He then walks through the installation (via Composer) and use of the library to take in a simple CSV of countries and write it out as a .xls file in a single worksheet. He also includes a modification of the script that can be run from the command line, taking in arguments for the source file and the destination.
A forecast and prediction of the top best logos of 2017 and where logo design trends are heading. Stay ahead of the branding & identity curve! Read More
Introducing the latest update of Instructor Role - v3.6.0 with enhanced, seamless student-teacher communication options for LearnDash. The post Instructor Role v3.6.0 is Here to Make Student-Teacher Communication Easier than Ever! appeared first on WisdmLabs.
(This is a sponsored article.) If you manage a WordPress website, you've probably faced a common problem. How do you get insight into all of your content at a glance? WordPress' admin area does not show you much about your pages, posts, users and comments. That can make it hard to find the right page, to check if all associated fields are properly filled, or simply to get a general sense of your website's content.
PHP Internals News: Episode 31: DOM Living Standard API London, UK Thursday, October 10th 2019, 09:31 BST In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Benjamin Eberlei (Twitter, GitHub, Website) about an RFC that he produced that wou...
SWR is a lightweight library created by Vercel (formerly ZEIT) that allows fetching, caching, or refetching data in realtime using React Hooks. It's built with React Suspense which lets your components “wait” for something before they can render, including data. SWR ships also with great features such as dependent fetching, focus on revalidation, scroll position recovery, and so on. It's also a very powerful tool since it's backend agnostic and has good support for TypeScript.
While we were primarily focusing on the graphical material, having provided you with all the sorts of stuff, including GUIs, icons, fonts, website layouts, the time has come to pay attention to another fundamental side of the development workflow. This routine is challenging, tricky and time-consuming. Thus it is not surprising that developers are eager to employ third-party resources that help to sort out issues in short order. These assistants in some cases are sterling solvers, in others just tiny yet professional enhancements. Whether you are a newbie or a skilled specialist, they certainly have something to offer. 2015 was rich in various instruments that enhanced the workflow and added icing to the cake. Our collection features solutions for creating animations, instilling dynamics into UIs, manipulating with various aspects of website design and giving projects a responsive behavior. There are also alternative responsive grid systems, color assistants and more. Pattern Lab Creator: pattern-lab License: MIT. Motion Creator: legomushroom License: MIT. Stock Up Creator: Steve Benjamins License: License info available for each individual photo. Responsify.js Creator: Zach Lieberman License: MIT. Layers CSS Creator: Jerry Jappinen License: MIT. Snatchr Creator: Mio Yoshigiwa, Michael J Dintaman and Robert Paige. License: Declared as Free, no proper license given. Interdimensional Creator: Ilya […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesLate-breaking: 29 Free Vibrant Flat UI PacksQuick, Not Dirty: 30 Free Wireframe Style UIs, Mockups and Templates29 Great Free Business Card PSD Templates: The Ace up Your SleeveDouble Tap, Check, Swipe: 25 Free Gesture Icons Packs for Your Mobile…30 Free Mobile App UI PSDs for Developers: Summer 2014 Edition25 Free Hero Images and Mock-ups: The First Impression Counts
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