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Same procedure as every month. I look through the official WordPress theme index to bring you the best free WordPress themes that give your website a fresh new look. Surprise your readers with a new design that you didn’t need to pay a single cent for. This month, there are real treasures among the various themes. 1 – Halcyon Halcyon is a very clean theme for blogs or photographers. It provides a modern display of your photos and a slider on the landing page. Custom logos, social media links, as well as four theme-exclusive widgets are available. Created by: Rara Theme License: Free for personal and commercial use | GNU General Public License Prepared for translations: yes Demo: Halcyon Demo Download on WordPress 2 – Ocin Lite Ocin Lite is a theme for online shops, based on the popular WooCommerce plugin. You get to customize both header and background colors. The theme has a minimalistic design and focuses on the presentation of products. Created by: Quema Labs License: Free for personal and commercial use | GNU General Public License Prepared for translations: yes Demo: Ocin Lite Demo Download on WordPress 3 – Gridbox Gridbox is a good choice for an online magazine, a blog, or a […]
Brandon Groce of Design Huddle interviews Jacob Cass, discussing how he built his JUST Creative business plus how to make passive income through affiliate marketing.
The fewest designers use Github or similar platforms but develop locally. For that, there are some proven solutions, but the new Mac App Theme Juice makes all of it easier. Theme Juice Creates Local WordPress [...]
Having a website in today’s time is not a luxury; it is a requirement. Irrespective of what business niche you are in, you need to get online. Building a website yourself can be daunting, and at times a little overwhelming. You don’t want to create a website just for the sake of it. You need […] The post 5 Best Website Builders to Use in 2021 first appeared on Line25.
Social media is one of the dominant forms of interactions on the Internet. Leading platforms such as Facebook and Twitter count hundreds of millions of users each month. In this article, I will show you how social media is a rich vein of data for user researchers. I will argue that it would be an oversight for an organization to treat social media as nothing more than an opportunity for customer service enquiries, help requests and brand advocacy.The post Using Social Media For User Research appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
In a new tongue-in-cheek (humor) post to his site, Tomas Votruba shows you how to criticize like a senior programmer when offering feedback on code errors or architecture decisions. As I spend most of my socials online time on Github and PHP-related discussion, I've noticed many people do so many wrong things while giving critics. I want to correct this once and for all, so I've prepared a guide for you. His recommendations (again, the opposite of what is actually useful) include and eight step process to find a bug, never reversing your stance, repeating the same comments over and over and always telling, never asking. Following this list of "not to dos" he also includes a list of "to dos" correcting the misconceptions. This list includes: asking if feedback is desired determining your motivation for the feedback replacing "you" with "I" In each recommendation there's examples of phrasing and comments that give you some guidance on how you can be more effective at giving feedback on projects and code.
This week's Designer News - No 608 - includes Responsivize Testing App, Why Do People Hate Redesigns? 3DPop CSS Generator, WordPress Classic Editor Support, CSS Photo Filters, canistilluse.com, Mammoth .docx to HTML Converter, 6000 Free Icons and so much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 608 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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