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Get your desktop ready for fall and the upcoming Halloween season with a fresh batch of desktop wallpapers. Created with love by designers and artists from across the globe, they come in versions with and without a calendar for October 2021.
A day in the life of a freelance web designer can be a real whirlwind. Without ever leaving your desk, you might be working on dozens of sites, communicating with... The post Managing Your Freelance To-Do List While Keeping Some Shred of Sanity appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
When working in a team, we focus so much on the work, that we often forget that we all have something in common. Something that is so obvious that we underestimate it: we all are human beings. And well, if we want to grow as a team and get better at what we do, we should embrace this fact more. In fact, I just came back from a week-long team retreat where we had team activities, team games, and sessions and discussions about how we can achieve just that. We figured out how much we value diversity, we realized how different the English language and its words are perceived by people from different countries, and we've seen short talks on various topics like work-life-balance but also on technical stuff like Docker or intercepting any computer's traffic with a Raspberry Zero. So if you have the chance to work in a team, use the opportunity and exchange views and share information with your co-workers. Work is part of your life, so why not make it a lovely part?The post Web Development Reading List #167: On Team Retreats, Immutable Cache, And Eliminating Clearfix Hacks appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
If you've ever worked in an agile environment, chances are you've had your share of "retrospectives" — meetings where people write what made them "glad," "mad" or "sad" onto different-colored notes, post them onto a board, arrange them in groups and — most importantly — talk about them. These meetings are straightforward, as long as everyone is in the same room. But if you're working with a locally distributed team, things can get a bit tricky. Let's address this by creating a virtual version of our board to allow team members in different locations to hold their retrospective just as if they were in the same room. The post Building A Real-Time Retrospective Board With Video Chat appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
#Chatcontrol Explained * Layout patterns * Web Animation Course * Curves and Surfaces * Papyrus The post Collective #687 appeared first on Codrops.
To create a logo or other design material, professional logo designers follow a proper design process. A well-thought-out and systematic design process minimizes the chances of errors, resulting in an impactful and professional logo. However, if you don't follow a design process, then you might face serious problems, which may undermine the credibility of your […] The post The Creative Design Process appeared first on DesignM.ag.
Chrome 94 has been released this week and is receiving criticism for the inclusion of an idle detection API. This API allows developers to determine when users are idle on a device, beyond just on the application's own tab, helping to identify if a user is uninterested in the content, or simply switched to a new application for some period of time. The feature documentation explains the intended use case in stating that:
Businesses have many needs, not the least of which is technology. Whether the organization is trying to satisfy internal business user requirements, senior executive requirements, internal IT requirements, customer technology requirements, or requirements related to collaboration and communication among suppliers, partners, or stakeholders, there are many opportunities to optimize performance and productivity and there are many out-of-the-box software products from which to choose. But, there are times when the business either wishes to develop a software product to release for customer use, and times when best-of-breed or out-of-the-box solutions do not meet the requirements of the business to manage workflow, provide business users with reporting tools, collaborative tools, or industry-specific functionality and features.
Do you remember the "Breakfast at Tiffany's" scene where Holly Golightly was standing in awe in front of Tiffany's window? While Tiffany & Co., without a doubt, is an established and recognized brand, it still has to take care of its showcase decoration so the product display corresponds to the brand image. So why should...
The traditional boundaries of summer in the US are Memorial and Labor Day, but iOS developers mark the summer by WWDC and the iPhone release. Even though the weather is cool and rainy this week in NYC, I'm in a summer mood and looking forward to the renewal that summer and WWDC promise. WWDC (Image source) (Large preview) It's the morning of June 4th, and I'm reviewing my notes from WWDC 2017.
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