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Most of us are concerned about our public image, right? It matters a lot how people see and think of us. Export the same sentiment to a brand instead of a person. That's what brand reputation is all about! Yes, it's that simple - the public's perception of a brand constitutes its brand reputation. And […] The post How to Build a Strong Brand Reputation first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
This article is written in collaboration with TeamPassword, a simple-to-use password management tool that has started using UXPin Merge to design with code components. __________________________________________________________________ Looking at the leading design systems, you may get an impression that they're reserved for big brands that have time and resources to build one. Not at all! Today's solutions The post Case Study: How TeamPassword Builds Consistent Design System and Product with UXPin Merge appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
The mobile app market is growing faster than a beanstalk. The industry is huge and growing daily, and there is no end in sight. Expectedly, the mobile developer population has boomed, and the number of mobile apps in the market has hit new heights. The revenue generated by the global mobile app industry has skyrocketed. Hybrid monetization models, such as in-app ads and in-app purchases, are quickly gaining popularity in the business world. Most studies show that in-app advertising is set to be a key driver of mobile growth over the coming years (see Statista's, IHS Markit's and Forbes's reports). The post Current Trends And Future Prospects Of The Mobile App Market appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
There are over 42 million public repositories on GitHub, but only a handful of projects reach the point of widespread use and adoption. One such project is Open Policy Agent (OPA), which is used to write policy as code. OPA graduated from the CNCF earlier this year, and is one of 16 projects to reach … continue reading The post Leading Open Policy Agent through graduation at CNCF appeared first on SD Times.
When creating your website, one of your most important tasks is making sure your site is secure. Proper site security protects you and your site visitors, builds trust with users, and boosts your search engine optimization (SEO). Securing your site doesn't have to be expensive, though. In fact, you can get a Secure Sockets Layer […] The post Best Free SSL Certificate Providers (+ How to Get Started) appeared first on WebFX Blog.
Introduction In the previous post on the topic of Token Based Security, we created an API endpoint and protected it (using Authorize attribute) with IdentityServer. Then, we set up a simple Angular application with an AuthService to use oidc-client library. We also created few angular components at the end of the previous post, as well as two buttons for login/logout purposes in appComponent, then wired the following method with click events: Today, we will continue from the previous post and complete the login/logout process. We will see how the OIDC client library makes it very easy to implement the complex redirect flows out of the box.
The past year has seen quite a rise in UI design tools. While existing applications, such as Affinity Designer, Gravit and Sketch, have improved drastically, some new players have entered the field, such as Adobe XD (short for Adobe Experience Design) and Figma. For me, the latter is the most remarkable. Due to its similarity to Sketch, Figma was easy for me to grasp right from the start, but it also has some unique features to differentiate it from its competitor, such as easy file-sharing, vector networks, "constraints" (for responsive design) and real-time collaboration.The post Sketch Vs. Figma: The Showdown appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Many UX designers are somewhat afraid of data, believing it requires deep knowledge of statistics and math. Although that may be true for advanced data science, it is not true for the basic research data analysis required by most UX designers. Since we live in an increasingly data-driven world, basic data literacy is useful for almost any professional — not just UX designers. Aaron Gitlin, interaction designer at Google, argues that many designers are not yet data-driven:
What is Digital Transformation? The term digital transformation often gets associated with buzzwords like AI, blockchain, cloud, and automatization. But what is it? Do you need it? And if so, what will be the benefits of implementing it in your organization. Digital transformation means something different for every organization. That's […] The post Digital Transformation Services - Strategy & Framework for Company Transition first appeared on ASPER BROTHERS.
The objective of microservices architecture is to create a loosely coupled, distributed, and autonomous framework while also constituting a DevOps model that is efficient and allows for automated development and deployment processes. However, there are many challenges in implementing microservices in an enterprise. This article talks about the key strategies and best practices for the […] The post Strategies for the Success of Microservices appeared first on Developer.com.
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