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Intuitive web design does not mean that you as a designer should be able to whip up a website without any thought being required. Intuitive web design is to be viewed from the user perspective. If the user does not have to think while using your website, its design is intuitive. Intuitive Web Design is...
Your content marketing strategy shows how you reach your audience. Wouldn't it be great to start your content marketing strategy knowing it will work as... The post How to Create a Content Marketing Strategy? A Step-by-step guide that brings conversions! appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Composer, the de-facto standard way to install PHP packages, has published a new release that includes a major security update. Jordi Boggiano made this comment about the release on Twitter: After triaging/merging/fixing almost 200 issues in the last couple days, Composer v1.6.4 is out! ???? It contains a security fix and is therefore a much recommended update for all. Other changes include fixes for: a regression in version guessing of path repositories the updating of package URLs for GitLab init command not respecting the current php version when selecting package versions exclude-from-classmap symlink handling You can grab the latest version from the Composer site or you can use it's own self-update command.
It's 2018 already, and countless front-end developers are still leading a battle against complexity and immobility. Month after month, they've searched for the holy grail: a bug-free application architecture that will help them deliver quickly and with high quality. I am one of those developers, and I've found something interesting that might help. We have taken a good step forward with tools such as React and Redux. However, they're not enough on their own in large-scale applications.
Sketch is a unique app that offers amazing features and functionality for creating app UI designs and mockups. Creating an effective UI for an application requires time, detailed attention, and--most importantly--an idea to get started with! In order to streamline the design process for creating your next app interface, we’ve collected the best Sketch UI templates […]
Chris and Stephen pick out a couple of components from our design pattern library (which we talked about last here) and go into why they exist, what they do, what makes them complex, and the API choices. Relatively new to us is the idea of compound components which have, so far, been good to us […] The post #326: Design Pattern Deepdives: Tabs and InfoBox appeared first on CodePen Blog.
Jen is presenting her research report to a client, who runs an e-commerce website. She conducted interviews with 12 potential users. Her goal was to understand the conditions under which users choose to shop online versus in store. The client asks Jen why they should trust her research when she has spoken to only 12 people. Jen explains her process to the client. She shares how she determined the sample size and collected and analyzed her data through the lens of data saturation. The client feels comfortable with the explanation. She asks Jen to continue the presentation.The post Filling Up Your Tank, Or How To Justify User Research Sample Size And Data appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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Since its creation in 2011, D3.js has become the de facto standard for building complex data visualizations on the web. React is also quickly maturing as the library of choice for creating component-based user interfaces. Both React and D3 are two excellent tools designed with goals that sometimes collide. Both take control of user interface elements, and they do so in different ways. How can we make them work together while optimizing for their distinct advantages according to your current project?
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