Your website looks slick, your products and services are amazing, and you’ve launched multiple marketing campaigns. So why isn’t your site producing the numbers you need? Getting buzz for your site isn’t always easy—but it’s necessary for your business to thrive. If you’re looking to ignite your audience and get them talking about your website, […]
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I bet we all joined a job board at least once in our life dreaming of finding a great position in an awesome company. Job boards are a vital asset to everyone who’s looking to develop a career because it not only gives you access to employers but it also helps you see what are […]
Whether you’re working, taking a break in the park or preparing an awesome meal, listening to some tunes while you’re getting things done makes the task a lot easier and fun. There are plenty of ways to get ahold of music for listening on your Android device, but if you’re ... Continue reading »
Google has started a new series of videos titled Google Design Minutes. In this videos the lead designers of Google products talk about the challenges behind their projects. Jon Wiley talks about Search, Sian Townsend and Jonah Jones talk about Google Maps and Isabelle Olson share a little bit the ideas behind Google Glass. The videos are very insightful and useful to any designer or enthusiast, check them out. When Google launched, it was a crisp white page with a simple search box. You might
This tutorial is based around a similar idea, but using toggle effects for each question. As the user clicks on a question the answer will slide down and toggle into view. Users can also click already-opened questions which toggles them closed again. This technique is perfect for saving room on the page while cramming together an assortment of helpful information.
It’s Tuesday which means that the Treehouse Show is back! In episode 87 of The Treehouse Show, Nick and Jason (@jseifer) talk about style guides, writing great interface copy, the Ratchet framework, and more. This Week’s Links Creating Style Guides …Continue reading →
This past weekend, some of our team had the pleasure of attending Stanford Drupal Camp, which Propeople supported as a Gold Sponsor. Stanford University is one of the biggest advocates of Drupal in higher-education, and is home to an active and passionate Drupal community. Hosted on the world famous (and too-gorgeous-to-put-into-words) Stanford campus, the Stanford Drupal Camp is an annual event focused on Drupal and the state of Drupal at the university (where thousands of websites are powered
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CSS3 has opened a whole new world for designers and developers to not only add ‘stand-out’ content to their websites but also to make it talk to the user. In this tutorial I’ll help you add one such snippet to your own website. Adjector.js is a flexible, minimal and elegant content flipper/rotator which takes only […]
Whether you are a freelance writer or a professional one, you always need some tools or utilities to keep your workflow improving and also to boost your efficiency. Professional writers need such tools very badly as they have to stay up to date as well as need to create professional content.
In this era where mobile is a popular medium to get on the Web, your e-Commerce website needs to be responsive in order for a smartphone or a tablet to be able to load up your website properly. If you’re on WordPress, which powers over 77 million sites in the ... Continue reading »
Want to create a forum website? Then you must have heard of BuddyPress! BuddyPress is an open source social networking software package that comes as a plugin which can be installed on the WordPress platform. BuddyPress lets users sign-up, create profiles, post messages, make connections, interact in groups, and much more. This plugin is the perfect way to create a forum ...
If you're building an icon system for a site, you have some options. If you know the icons need to be raster images, then you'll likely be using CSS sprites. If the icons will be vector images (much more common these days), you have some options. Two of those options are using inline SVG and using icon fonts.
I try to learn something new every day. It might relate to personal finances, physical health, computer programming, or any other topic — and the learning might take place for a few minutes or from sunrise to sunset. Every time …Continue reading →