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We all benefit when we work to increase the overall UX maturity of our organizations. This article explores the concept of UX maturity, and focuses on finding and utilizing UX champions, and demonstrating the return on investment or value of UX.
In today's day and age, it can be clearly said that WordPress is one the most popular and frequently used CMS platforms for creating themes. WordPress has further enriched the user experience through their use of jQuery. As developers, it is a must that we realize that there is a difference between a mobile website...
Recent posts from the PHP Quickfix site:Videos of PHP UK Conference 2018 have been released - Freek Van der Herten's blog on PHP and Laravel #phpuk18, #video, #release Laravel 5.6.14 Released - Laravel News #laravel, #framework, #release
This week's Designer News - No 574 - includes How to Use Color Fonts on the Web, The Rise and Fall of Invision, 50+ Free Awesome Certificates to Earn in 2021, Centering in CSS, The Most Hearted Pens of 2020, What Designers Need To Know About Copyright Infringement and a whole lot more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 574 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Last month I posted a brief overview and roundup of Color Fonts, the latest development in the world of typography. Unlike traditional fonts, Color Fonts contain full colour graphics for each character, which means creative text styles can now be typed out directly in Photoshop and Illustrator, without the need for any additional effects to […] The post How To Create a Color Font in Photoshop Using Fontself appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
This is a sponsored post via Syndicate Ads. App builders will let anyone build apps, without coding skills, at a fraction of the price of custom development. A convincing sales point for beginners and experienced developers alike. But what of design? Is it possible to deliver an app with a unique feel, with an app...
Microsoft announced the release of .NET 6 Release Candidate 1, the first of two "go live" releases that are supported in production. It can be downloaded for Linux, macOS, and Windows and it focuses on quality improvements aimed to resolve functional or performance issues. .NET 6 Release Candidate 1 has been tested and is supported … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Microsoft announces .NET 6 Release Candidate 1, Aerospike 5.7, and Kobiton funding appeared first on SD Times.
In this tutorial, we will learn and use headless CMS, Fauna, and Vercel functions to build a blogging platform, Blogify After that, you can easily build any web application using a headless CMS, Fauna and Vercel functions. The post Building a Headless CMS with Fauna and Vercel Functions appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Sometimes I do look at our industry and ask myself: WTF? A design is not only about the looks but also about the function. That’s what Steve Jobs said, and it is true. Unfortunately, there are too many designers out there who think their task is to reinvent everything. Not even the wheel is secure from these radicals. The outcome is products such as the Apple Pencil’s loading technology or the new Apple Mouse’s loading port underneath the device. Our designer here has also felt the need to redefine the user experience of an everyday item. See what I mean? By the way, we have more cartoons for you here.* You might also be interested in the following articlesCartoon: If Web Designers Were Butchers… Cartoon: I’ll Know it When I See itCartoon: If Web Designers Were Sculptors… Cartoon: Photoshop Magic GaloreCartoon: If Web Designers Were Pizza Boys Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Plumbers [#003]
We had to postpone our SmashingConf in San Francisco until 10th–11th November 2020 and, like so many of you, our team will be staying firmly put at home for the next month or more. However, we know that many of you are still hoping to develop your skills, and we had workshops ready to go. We decided to find a way to bring the workshops to your home office, trying to keep as much of the live experience as possible.
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