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Let's say you have a part of an interface that the user clicks and something happens. Sounds like a button to me, but let's call it a "clicky thing" for now. I know, you're confident that it's a button too: It's rounded and stands out with a nice tomato color, asking to be interacted with. But let's think about it for a moment. It'll save time in the long run, I promise.
As reality TV has (repeatedly) shown us, any relationship can slip into dysfunction. Unfortunately that includes the relationships you'll have with your design clients. Even if things started out well... The post Dysfunctional Relationships in Web Design appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We are so excited to be bringing SmashingConf to a new city this year. We're bringing you SmashingConf Austin and we have a fantastic line-up of speakers. Check out this post, where we introduce our new venue of Austin and share an interview with Miriam Suzanne, and last week's video interview with Zach Leatherman. This time we speak to Remi Parmentier and find out what he will share with the Austin audience.
iStock is one of the leading stock suppliers on the market, however they are also a little on the pricier end, so when deals come up like this, it's wise to jump on it!
Anyone here have a bunch of strange, unusual, or, shall we say, “quirky” hobbies? Perhaps you like to collect bottle caps from around the world and photograph them as found... The post Including Your Personal Passions in Your Design Work appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Facebook has announced the release of the Graph API v11.0 and Marketing API v11.0 as well as moving the Platform SDK to v11.0.
Next week, we're looking forward to bringing together the amazing speakers, attendees and sponsors of DevSecCon24 to discuss, debate and understand how a Security Champions programme can work. As Snyk's Field CTO, I'll be leading a panel with stellar DevSecOps leaders from Twilio, Atlassian and Pearson to delve into how to get started, the challenges and the fine-tuning.... Read more » The post At DevSecCon24, find out how to build a Security Champions programme to scale your team appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Martin Hujer has put together a new post to his site sharing some of the PhpStorm plugins he considers essential for Symfony development, making your life easier as you create applications with this popular framework. I've been using PhpStorm for quite a while and I'm still surprised now and then when it suggests an auto-completion for something I thought that's not possible. But there are still many things - usually framework- or library-specific - that PhpStorm cannot do on its own. But there are plugins that can step in place and do the magic for specific framework or library. Several of the plugins are more for improving PHP development in general but others are more Symfony-specific: PHP Annotations PHP Toolbox Symfony Plugin PHPUnit Enhancement PHP composer.json support Php Inspections (EA Extended) Twig Support .env files support .ignore Each item in the list comes with a brief introduction to the plugin, links to find out more information, and, in some cases, animations of it in use in the editor.
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There are 100 uniquely designed icons in the free Funkies icon set, and they come in five different styles: flat, full color, gradient, shaded and subtle color. As well as... The post Freebie: Funkies Icon Set (100 Icons, SVG & PNG) appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
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