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Take a lesson from Mad Men's, Don Draper and win your next pitch with these trips for presenting like a pro.
Last week, we ran our very first SmashingConf Live! event, the first in a series of online events taking us through to the end of 2020. We had an amazing two days and we hope that all of our speakers and attendees did too. In this post, I'll round up some of the key moments and feedback we've had. A Team Spread Around The World Here at Smashing, we take remote, distributed working to the extreme, and are very used to dealing with all of our different timezones.
Mechanical keyboards can offer a superb typing experience but knowing which one to pick can be tricky. See our list of the best mechanical keyboards in 2021! The post Best Mechanical Keyboards in 2021 first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
A great way to make your Keynote slideshow more attractive is to use animation effects. With just a few entrance animations or transition effects, you can instantly make your presentation look more professional. However, it takes a lot of configuring and testing to figure out the right animations for each and every slide in your […]
If you're looking for a different type of a font to make your design stand out, a cursive font can be a great choice. Cursive and script fonts aren’t new, but they’re a less common choice for many designers. This gives you a chance to use cursive fonts to add some originality to your next […]
We've all been to a city where traffic is so bad that you're wondering who planned and designed the streets, and where did all the cars come from? From not enough lanes to the out-of-date infrastructure, you hit bottleneck after bottleneck on the way to your destination. Just like a city, your organization may start feeling the traffic as you deal with various microservices across different platforms. The good news is that you don't have to plan your day around avoiding "rush hour" when you have an open-source tool like Kubernetes.
What's going on in the industry? What new techniques have emerged recently? What insights, tools, tips and tricks is the web design community talking about? Anselm Hannemann is collecting everything that popped up over the last week in his web development reading list so that you don't miss out on anything. The result is a carefully curated list of articles and resources that are worth taking a closer look at. -- Ed. Today is the Christmas day for many of us around the world and I hope you're already enjoying the day with your family or friends. This time is often a rare opportunity to relax a bit, avoid emails for a couple of days and not to be disturbed by daily routine, as other people aren't working either. Before the new year comes up next, there's a yet another web development reading list, so you won't get bored over the next few days! ;)The post Web Development Reading List #118: Opera Mini, BPG Format, Accessible Tabs and Flexbox appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
To make some terminology clear here: CMS = Content Management System CRM = Customer Relationship Management Both are essentially database-backed systems for managing data. HubSpot is both, and much more. Where a CMS might be very focused on content and … The post Scaling Organizations Should Consider Building a Website Backed by a CRM Platform appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
I got to talk to Sarah Fossheim this week! One of the impressive things that Sarah does is near photograph-quality recreations of iconic old technology in HTML & CSS. I enjoyed the fact that neither of us quite totally knows what some of these machines even did, but appreciate their incredible aesthetics. Perhaps my favorite […] The post 360: Sarah Fossheim appeared first on CodePen Blog.
Branding is a core skill for designers. Even designers who don't work on brand design, work with it by following style guides and creating designs to complement a brand's voice. How much do you really know about the process of branding, its history, and key terminology? Take our fun quiz to find out! […] The post Quiz: The Baffling Branding Brainteazer first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
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