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From on-premise to work from home and now Hybrid, the workforces are transitioning at a jet speed to cope with the demand of time. In the world of 'Work will never be the same', Sarrah Pitaliya, Senior Manager, Digital Marketing, shares her experience of handling hybrid blues.
Some experimental reveal animations on typographic elements as repeating pattern for a website design. The post Layout with Reveal Animations and Content Preview appeared first on Codrops.
What job was recently listed as the most promising in the United States by LinkedIn and the sexiest job of the 21st century by the Harvard Business Review? Data scientist. Why? Attribute it to the combination of high demand, excellent compensation, and a high level of job satisfaction. What does it take to become a […] The post Data Scientist: Key Roles & Responsibilities appeared first on Developer.com.
WordPress as a platform is pretty effective when it comes to SEO. And, while there are a couple of really well-known plugins to help optimize your site (I'm pointing at... The post 10 Lesser-Known & Niche WordPress SEO Plugins appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Ecommerce is growing fast. In 2017, USA e-commerce sales grew by 16%, reaching $453 billion in sales (SaleCycle). From here, it is expected that it will grow to up to $4.5 trillion by the year 2020 (Shopify Plus) and by 2040, 95% of shopping will be facilitated by e-commerce (Nasdaq). However, you cannot become successful...
You already know that the COVID-19 pandemic has completely disrupted business as usual for practically every sector of the economy. Whether you're an online entrepreneur, content creator, a growing business, or a nonprofit organization, these past several months have spurred some incredible shifts in how we think about and pursue our goals. Engaging directly with...
One of the web platform features highlighted at the recent Chrome Dev Summit was Feature Policy, which aims to "allow site authors to selectively enable and disable use of various browser features and APIs." In this article, I’ll take a look at what that means for web developers, with some practical examples. In his introductory article on the Google Developers site, Eric Bidelman describes Feature Policy as the following:
Running a copy of WordPress on your local machine is a fairly simple process (we have some helpful information on doing this). But you may be wondering about the actual... The post 5 Cool Things You Can Do with a Local Install of WordPress appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Just like the Retrowave music genre, the aesthetics of the 1980s have inspired the popular art style that incorporates visual elements from 80s arcades, action movies, fashion and pop culture. Wireframe computer graphics, reflective chrome text, electric blues and hot pinks are just some of the themes associated with this nostalgic style. Follow along with […] The post How To Create 80s Style Retrowave Art in Adobe Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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