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If you think including "Hi [First name] in your email completes personalization, you have probably got the personalization concept wrong. In Fact, this is only the beginning. Personalized content is an integral part of modern marketing and Email is no different. Consumers expect to see a more humanized version of the brand both offline and...
Just ran across iles, a new static site generator mostly centered around Vue. The world has no particular shortage of static site generators, but it’s interesting to see what this “next generation” of SSGs seem to focus on or … The post Does the Next Generation of Static Site Generators Make Building Sites Better? appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
The Three Devs & A Maybe podcast, hosted by Michael Budd, Fraser Hart, Lewis Cains* and Edd Mann, has released their latest episode where they talk with guest Nicolas Grekas about the Symfony ecosystem. In this week's episode Edd and guest co-host Neal Brooks chat to Nicolas Grekas about all things Symfony. We start off discussion with how he got interested in programming, his introduction to Symfony, and his journey to now working on the code-base almost daily. This leads us on to talk about how he helped build the performance profiler Blackfire, and the importance of quantitative measurements whilst making performance improvements. From here we highlight managing pull requests, the social factors when leading open-source projects and Symfony's continuous migration path. Finally, we touch upon the recently released Messenger component and upcoming Symfony Contracts initiative. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directory for listening offline. If you enjoy the show, be sure to follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their feed to be notified when new shows are released.
In this episode of the Smashing Podcast, we're talking about shaping our physical spaces when working from home. What can you do to take a step up from working at your kitchen table? I spoke to workspace geek Ben Frain to find out. Show Notes Read Ben's article "A Complete Guide To Mechanical Keyboards" Ben on Twitter Ben's website Weekly Update "Setting TypeScript For Modern React Projects Using Webpack And Babel,"
Online software solutions automate intricate furniture rental operations and assist in resolving numerous problems like complex inventory management, asset tracking, product maintenance, and unconventional pricing models. These solutions are required by various types of entrepreneurs and business owners looking forward to releasing a furniture rental eCommerce store or marketplace. Correspondingly, the number of rental businesses...
Creating cartoon characters in Adobe Illustrator is always lots of fun! You don’t even need great drawing skills. Making illustrations out of basic shapes not only simplifies the process, it also produces a stylised appearance that adds to the cute factor. In today’s tutorial I’ll take you through the step by step process of creating […] The post How To Create a Cute Dinosaur Character in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Just in time for the Holidays and the Winter season, get these amazing design elements for a fraction of the price. Snow generator text is 71% off. Lets you easily create 3D style typography with […] The post Holiday & Winter Design Elements Savings appeared first on DesignM.ag.
Editor's Note: We've been closely working with Maya on this article, and we're happy to see the final result now being published on 18F. We highly encourage more teams to share the lessons they learned when building design systems or pattern libraries, and we're always happy to support them in writing, editing and shaping that article. This post is a re-post of Maya's final article. Today, there are nearly 30,000 U.S. federal websites with almost no consistency between them. Between the hundreds of thousands of government employees working in technology, there's nothing in common with how these websites are built or maintained.The post Building A Large-Scale Design System: How A Design System Was Created For The U.S. Government (Case Study) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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