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Are you already over all those New Year's resolutions? Now that we are a little further into the year, it's time to pause and refresh in a way that will last longer than a fad diet or 30-day gym membership. You need to flex your creative muscles. You might be surprised at the value of […]
We all have visions and dreams. Whether it's about our personal lives, our work, or about complex concepts that target issues which are hard to grasp. The important thing is to listen to your ideas, to write them down, and, if they wake strong feelings, to pursue them. It can be easy to achieve this, yet sometimes it's not. A nice technique is to start small and take small steps instead of going 100% all-in or do nothing at all. We like to play with new things, we like to try out new technology, and our minds want to explore new paths -- let's do it!The post Web Development Reading List #157: FlyWeb, Lying Charts, And Feedback Without Context appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Many web designers and developers are just starting to understand the importance of web accessibility. After a long time being more of a niche focus, this important aspect of website design has emerged at the forefront of design thinking in recent years. If you're just starting to learn about website accessibility, don't feel bad. Because […]
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The upcoming trend of typography in a shared space is something you have quite possibly seen, but not really noticed. The idea is that (usually) large typographic text occupies some of its own space and some shared space with an image, video or other text element. This style of design is not necessarily the easiest...
Which mobile application development platform should I opt for? What are the prominent advantages of choosing that platform? Will it be the best choice for my app? I am sure that there are so many questions that arise in the mind when it comes to choosing an enterprise mobile app development platform. Given the plenty...
The Widgets screen will soon take on the same look as the Gutenberg block editor. We take a quick look at the new block-based widgets. The post The WordPress Widgets Screen Joins the Gutenberg Era appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Advertise here with BSA Odds are you’ve seen the “hamburger menu” in the top corner of many of today’s mobile websites. It’s three lines stacked together to roughly form the shape of a hamburger.... Advertise here with BSA The post Analyzing the Effectiveness of Hamburger Menus in Web Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:Kinsta Blog: What's New in PHP 7.2 Exakat Blog: Make everything private in your PHP classes Asmir Mustafic: How do I deploy my Symfony API - Part 3 - Infrastructure Armin Weihbold: Diving into API Platform - Part 2 Mahmoud Zalt: Eloquent Relationships Cheat Sheet php[architect]: October 2017 Issue Released - Composing Software Rob Allen: Converting a Composer dependency to git for editing Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Samantha Quinones (#2) DeveloperDrive: How to Speed Up WordPress Development and Maintenance with WP-CLI Facile.it Engineering Blog: Is it all PHP OPCache's fault? Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Chris Pitt Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Dave McLoughlin Quick Admin Panel Blog: Stripe Payments in Laravel: The Ultimate Guide Voices of the ElePHPant: Interview with Matthew Weier O'Phinney (#5) Laravel News: Appstract Laravel Blade Directives Frank de Jonge: Partitioning for concurrency in synchronous business processes.
Design exists to solve problems. As you've likely heard before, design isn't an act of creative self-expression but rather a process of problem solving. So why aren't we hearing about amazing design breakthroughs that address the world's biggest problems? As legendary 'I Love New York' designer Milton Glaser once said, "Design is the process of […]
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