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You can't be extraordinary in every project, but knowing how and when to break out of the box can go a long way. The upcoming SmashingConf Barcelona, taking place on October 25-26, will be packed with smart solutions ranging from front-end to visual design to UX -- and a few delightful surprises along the way. To the early-bird-tickets ->. How do we avoid common traps in UX and front-end development? How do we break out of the predictable, generic, boxy layout? How do we solve complex problems more efficiently? With the second conference in magnificent Barcelona, we'll explore practical techniques and design patterns from real projects.The post ?Vamos! Break Out Of The Box With SmashingConf Barcelona 2016 appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
How should you photograph the people you encounter when visiting a foreign country? Is there some winning technique? How about special rules of etiquette? Depending where you are, there may... The post Putting Exuberance into Your Travel Photographs appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Editor's Note: The following is an article written for and published in DZone's 2021 Low-Code Development Trend Report. If you ride on a sailboat in a steady breeze, it glides through the water effortlessly. Few things can compare to crossing a bay without the noise and commotion of a thundering internal combustion engine.
Our top tips on how to write a better bio & sell yourself... because no one else will. 1. Know your bio's purpose Your bio is there to show who you are, what you've done and to give others a feel for what makes you unique. Use it to showcase your most relevant skills and experiences, for an intended audience. I'm a __. I help __ make __. When I'm not __, you can find me__. 2. Be professional but with personality What do you want the readers to know about you as a professional? Focus on what makes you a superstar. Keep it short & sweet. Use your real name. On Instagram, use bullet points, and a call to action. Read your bio aloud. 3. Name-drop Boost your credentials by shouting out the biggest names you've been associated with. Make these names relevant to where the bio is appearing. eg. Clients: Nike, Disney, San Francisco 4. Show Off Sell yourself as no one else will. Readers should come off with a sense of confidence after reading your bio. Won any awards? Now is the time to share. Can fold your tongue into three? Maybe not share. 5. Consider hiring […]
Thanks, WordPress and Gutenberg, for making block-based editing the standard for authoring web pages. In this article, I'm going to compare the new authoring experience in WordPress with the experience from Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), an enterprise content management system that also embraces block-based editing. I've implemented both WordPress and AEM for multiple companies (such as Informatica and Twitter) and had to realize that despite the authoring experience is critical for non-technical authors, it is often neglected by developers.
Last year, Google announced Google Identity Services (GIS), which is a set of APIs that consolidated several identity offerings from the company. Included in the GIS development kit are the Sign in with Google button and the authentication prompt One Tap. Now, Google is adding an authorization feature to GIS to bolster the offerings of … continue reading The post Google Identity Services update makes it easier to implement authentication appeared first on SD Times.
There are plenty of high-quality fonts available online, both free and paid, that can be used in any design project. However, there are times when you need a custom font... The post 10 Tools for Creating Your Own Custom Font appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Design often revolves around visuals, but the other senses deserve love too. In this article, we tune in to audio features that are making sites sing.
Today we’re going to present a list of 25 of the most interesting and inspirational artist website templates for anyone who is a photographer, graphic designer or an artist and needs a website to showcase the portfolio. Choosing the perfect template can be tricky and we know how important is to take a good decision. Below […] The post 25 Artist Website Templates for Creatives appeared first on Line25.
Do you need to scrape search engine results quickly and reliably? A search API can do the trick. Today, we’re taking a look at Zenserp's SERP API and how you can make use of it. SERP, or a search engine results page, data can be a useful tool for website owners. You can pull information […]
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