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Staff augmentation is the solution for many issues a business can encounter, starting from IT staff shortage ending to lowering the operational costs of your business. Find out how you could utilize the staff augmentation model for the successful development of your company. The post Staff Augmentation: A Successful Model to Extend Your Team appeared first on SCAND.
Graphics designing has become the core of every industry from the past decade. The entire digital marketing concept is based on graphic designing. For every website we create, for every blog we post and for every Instagram post, we require graphics that speak for us. Top companies are identifying the needs of graphics and have […] The post 20 Graphic Design Websites You Will Be Inspired From appeared first on Line25.
Font Bundles.net - a premium font bundle distributor has risen up in recent months from a relatively unknown entity to a popular main player in the Graphic Design industry. By breaking the mould with ideas such as Auction Font Bundles and with their Free Font of the Week concept they seem to be digging in... The post Font Bundles.net Help cut the cost of Graphic Design appeared first on DesignM.ag.
On the QuickerWP blog there's a new post with some recommendations of plugins and techniques you can use to make your WordPress blog "fly" (increase the overall performance). WordPress sites are notorious for their poor loading times. The platform itself comes with very few optimizations, and once you start adding plugins, things will only go south from there. [...] Most of the performance penalties actually come from having too many plugins installed, a poorly optimized site configuration, and a theme that does not optimize loading speeds (most of them don't). [...] It's rare to see high marks [on Yellow Lab Tools] (a B or A result), but after applying the tweaks listed here, we've managed to get our own site to score an A (92/100) result, and surprisingly low loading times. Try it on your site to see how you fare. They have a list of seven recommendations: Autoptimize plugin WP Fastest Cache plugin PurifyCSS TinyPNG plugin Guetzli (for image optimization) CSS Sprites QuickerWP Each item in the list comes with a brief description of the enhancement it brings to the table and links to find out more information.
Fig 1. A chap performing the Detroit JITUnless you have been living under a rock, or are from the past (in which case, welcome), you will be aware that a JIT is coming to PHP 8: The vote ended, quietly, today, with a vast majority in favour of merging into PHP 8, so, it's official.Throw some crazy s...
According to the GBrief, millennials (a person reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century) are forcing companies to offer a more personalized approach to
Hands up... Who loves their portfolio? If you’re like most designers, your arm is high in the air. After all, your portfolio represents your best work -- and it probably looks great, to boot. What’s not to love? Well, I... The post Does Your Portfolio Give Clients What They (Really) Want? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We will never live in a world where everyone viewing our sites has an identical browser and browser version, just as we will never live in a world where everyone has the same size screen and resolution. This means that dealing with old browsers — or browsers which do not support something that we want to use — is part of the job of a web developer. That said, things are far better now than in the past, and in this article, I'm going to have a look at the different types of browser support issues we might run into.
Mobile data traffic has quadrupled since 2013. In order to cope with a newly diversified device landscape, front end engineers have embraced responsive design. Responsive layouts squish and stretch, tailoring themselves to the browsing context at hand. But images -- which account for nearly two-thirds of the weight of the web -- have been stuck in the fixed-layout past. To date, developers have had to optimize images for a single context, sending either overweight or under-sized images to most of their users. Thankfully, new markup and some cutting-edge server-side technologies are allowing authors to craft images which are as flexible and adaptable as the responsive layouts that surround them. Implementing "responsive images" is the most important thing that you can do for a responsive site's performance and opens up new opportunities for visual web design. In this webinar, we'll take these new responsive image features for a spin and discuss the past, present, and future of images on the web. There will be more than 4B mobile devices in 2020. Is your website ready? Join this webinar to learn the best practices and insights about responsive images. (Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Cloudinary.)
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