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There wasn’t/isn’t/and never will be a time when customers don’t have to repair their electronic devices. From washing machines and refrigerators to smartphones and laptops, all of us have hit our heads while trying to fix them by ourselves. So customers need technicians who can mend devices and bring them back to working condition. But...
How can you be sure you're moving your design problem in a straight line? That you're moving directly to a solution? From client to payment, from product to audience? How certain are you of what the second step in your process is? Or the third? Or how long each will take, or if any should be removed? Are they all useful? Do any need improvement? Is each done with aim and purpose? How often do you fall-forward with momentum, rather than move with reason?The post Define Your Process To Master Time, Gain Clarity, And Take Control appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Taking appointments might appear to be a low-level task. It involves little more than picking up the phone or responding to an email. The problem with that point of view... The post Amelia – a WP Booking Software that Lets You Manage Appointments While You Sleep <span class="sponsored_text">Sponsored</span> appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
There's no doubt that you understand the need for your website to be accessible for as many users as possible. But reading through all of the guidelines and standards can be a little overwhelming. You can find the latest W3C recommendations here, but do you need to know every word, and follow every guideline? Today, […]
When it comes to any project that requires any user interaction (e.g., end users, maintainers, etc.), there is one critical factor that makes the difference between success and failure: good documentation. This holds true regardless of how small or large your project is. After all, short of providing one-on-one support for your project, documentation is the first line of defense for users who are trying to solve a problem. And whether you like it or not, you will never hear from users who give up after being unable to solve their problem due to inadequate documentation.
@lemonadecode Show Notes Olivia Bisset's Blog How Young People Can Build Big Ideas Using WordPress Audio This episode is sponsored by Using the WordPress REST API The post Interview with Olivia Bisset appeared first on Voices of the ElePH...
The temptation to download a free or commercial WordPress theme is great for both pros and novices who want to build their own website. And it's easy to see why.... The post The Hidden Costs of a WordPress Theme appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Smashing Magazine is changing: a new design, a new layout, a new technical stack, a new printed magazine, a new Smashing Membership, and the same good ol' obsession with quality content. Here's a sneak preview of what's coming up. Today marks an important milestone in Smashing Magazine's life, and this very page is an early preview of what's coming up next: many experiments, new challenges, but still a good ol' obsession with quality content. A complete overhaul, both visually and technically, a fine new printed magazine, and a shiny new Smashing Membership, with nifty features and goodies for you, our lovely community. Curious? Well, fasten your seatbelt and browse around -- it's going to be quite a journey!The post A Little Surprise Is Waiting For You Here. appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
As all of us should know by now, searching on the web is not anonymous. Especially the top dogs of the search branch store lots of data regarding your search requests and even beyond that. [...]
This week's Designer News (N.424) includes basicScroll, a Responsive and Accessible JS Popup Replacement, a Love Letter to Digital Designers, a Free Silhouette Font, Bringing the power of AMP to Gmail, Direction Aware Hover Effects, 3D iMacs, Everything Easy is Hard Again and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 424 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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