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I recently spoke with a back-end developer friend about how many hours I spend coding or learning about code outside of work. He showed me a passage from an Uncle Bob book, "Clean Code", which compares the hours musicians spend with their instruments in preparation for a concert to developers rehearsing code to perform at work. I like the analogy but I'm not sure I fully subscribe to it; it's that type of thinking that can cause burnout in the first place. I think it's great if you want to further your craft and broaden your skill set, but to be doing it every hour of the day isn't sustainable.The post Not An Imposter: Fighting Front-End Fatigue appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
You can’t avoid pretty plants and flowers when you think about spring. Spring is popularly known for the perfect weather for decorating your garden. And what's a super awesome succulent without the perfect planter? I can’t remember anyone who hate flowers. Not even one. Flowers are considered as refreshing splash of color, so why not use our creativity and a little imagination to give them a whole new look by arranging them in cool shapes and designs. Creative Spilled Flower Pots Garden Idea Here we are presenting you creative flower pots that look like spilled streams and mounds of liquid … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Imagine you design a system for data researchers. Or an application for energy management. Or a dashboard for corn traders. Maybe you're designing something like that right now. In all the mentioned cases, people will expect tables. Not those fancy ones from design inspiration sites but Excel-looking monsters with hundreds of cells and complex interaction. In this case, a designer faces many challenges. For instance, matching design with existing frontend frameworks or struggling with "uncomfortable" data that smashes the layout.
Many web design agencies consider it a badge of honor that they win work exclusively through word-of-mouth recommendations. In this article, Paul Boag explains why that is entirely the wrong attitude and what to do about it.
Sketch app is a great tool for anyone who wants to make stunning user interface designs. Sketch files are well organized and really easy to navigate through and also to customize. The best thing about Sketch is that you can find lots of UI kits with tons of elements that can be used individually or […] The post 40 Sketch Templates for User Interface Designers appeared first on Line25.
Many websites, in particular those which display long-form content, have a fairly straightforward repeating pattern of components: a full-width area for images, a central content area, and perhaps a split view of two half-width blocks. These components repeat to display an article, images and other related content — with content editors selecting the right component as they create articles for publication. In this article, I'm going to demonstrate an approach to this kind of editorial design, which builds on a few techniques some of which are discussed in the following articles:
Whether you’re looking for a MacBook mockup or a MacBook Pro mockup, we have you covered with this extensive collection. We’re featuring a mix of MacBook mockups, realistic illustrations, and flat/stylised versions of these MacBook notebooks for all types of use case. Totaling over a hundred different MacBook mockups in all shapes and sizes, these […]
Sports fashion Bjorn Borg’s revenue has increased 66% due to a set of well-timed, personalized emails sent to previous customers. Mothercare’s new responsive-design website has
Inbound and outbound marketing describe two categories of promoting your business. They articulate the type of relationship businesses strive to have with their customers and how they work to engage them. Most often, the combination of outbound and inbound marketing activities generate the best possible results. Outbound Marketing Outbound marketing tries to reach consumers through general media advertising as well as through in-person contact. Depending on the venue, the approach can be extremely broad (TV advertising), thoroughly personal (face-to-face meetings), or "impersonally personal" (cold-calling or blanket emails). Outbound marketing is interruption-based marketing. Its premise is to find a medium with … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
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