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Chris and Marie talk about customer support. If you’re a regular listener of this show, you’ll remember that we’ve had a lot of success with customer support over the last year, the point that our volume of direct support is rather low. That’ll happen when you fix every major problem that comes up. But it […] The post #324: How can we help you better? appeared first on CodePen Blog.
I’m excited to share with you the latest deal that has just gone live over at Design Cuts. This spectacular font bundle provides a great opportunity to expand your font library with some truly exceptional font families worth almost $2,000 at a fraction of the cost thanks to a massive 99% discount, reducing the price […] The post This Bundle of 20 Exceptional Font Families at 99% Off is a Dream Come True for Font Lovers! appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
The PHP Rountable podcast, hosted by PHP community member Sammy K Powers, has posted their latest episode focusing on GDPR for developers. In it he's joined by guests Michelangelo van Dam and Wim Godden. The first major piece of legislation that we've seen attempt to regulate how our personal information is handled on the web is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Today we chat with some panelist who have gone down the GDPR-compliance road and they are going to help us PHP devs understand how the GDPR affects us and what we can do to make sure our technology stack is as GDPR-compliant as possible. You can catch this latest episode in a few different ways: either using the in-page audio/video player, watching the video directly on YouTube or grabbing the audio file directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their feed to get updates on when future shows are released.
A slow website is everyone's concern. Not only that it chases visitors away but it also affects your SEO. So trying to keep it 'in shape' is definitely one of the main items to tick when you run a business or even a personal site. There are many ways to speed up your WordPress site, each one complementing the other. There is not a universal method. Improving your site speed is actually the sum of more of these methods combined.
Back in 2016, Vitaly Friedman asked me to design the cover and layout for a printed version of Smashing Magazine, a magazine for web designers and developers. The design I created back then for the cover and inside template layout, however, was shelved for a while as the project was paused for about two years owing to other priorities. Later, after Smashing Magazine launched its new website, a new style was born, and the design I had come up with didn't really match anymore.
There's a website and app design trend that's so subtle you almost don't see it. Soft UI creates a frost-style or glassy blur where elements sink and extrude from the background to create varying levels of depth and dimension. Combine this effect with a softer, more pastel color palette, and the result is a light, […]
A funny thing happened on the way to 2016. After decades of asking us to speak to it in its own language, our computers began
There are many wonderful things about running a business, but doing payroll and administering benefits usually don't make the list. For many small businesses, HR is an afterthought, but that doesn't make it any less time-consuming. Fifty-four percent of small business owners handle HR work themselves, and it takes up 35 percent of their time....
Today, we are going to look at an often over-looked aspect of the software development lifecycle (SDL) known as the post project review. We will start by defining what, exactly, a post project review is and the move on to covering the elements of a good project review. What is a Post Project Review? One of […] The post Why Post Project Reviews Are Important appeared first on Developer.com.
Working on very different projects, in different teams and with different people can sometimes be a challenge. But one thing that works out remarkably well is doing retrospectives with your team. In retrospectives, you talk about how a certain project went, and the whole team shares what problems/challenges they faced, what was good and what was annoying people, why people were unhappy. And after each person has written this down on a wall (you can use Post-Its), you try to find useful solutions, small improvements that avoid conflicts, that avoid people feeling bad in a project, and that avoid unnecessary stress situations. Ideally, you do this often — like every two weeks. In every team so far, talking about issues and addressing them has helped to bind the team together and improve future work. Let's work more together in our teams instead of on our own.The post Web Development Reading List #127: jQuery 3, UX Research And XSS In Ads appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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