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New projects are being released all the time that make us excited, curious, inspired and sometimes a little bit jealous. Today we continue our monthly series of the very best free resources for web designers with a collection that includes cool scripts, awesome fonts, great ideas, and must-see experiments. If this collection is anything to […]
US Magistrate James Francis, a New York judge, recently made a controversial ruling two months ago that you may want to know about. The decision, made in a case against Microsoft, declared that US search warrants apply to digital information even if its stored overseas. The ruling was given after Microsoft was ordered to hand [...]
If you are using Google blogger you must setup 404 page redirections, if not this will affect your organic search results. I am using blogger since 2009 for 9lessons.info and I am not paying any hosting charges till today, I suggest everyone should start a blog with blogger. This post will explain you how to setup a blogger 404 redirection page in a simple way, now you can try here with wrong URLs.
It’s Tuesday which means that the Treehouse Show is back! The Treehouse Show is your weekly round up of the most important new projects in front end development. In episode 99 of The Treehouse Show, Nick (@nickrp) and Jason (@jseifer) …Continue reading →
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It’s common in our field to hear that we don’t get enough time to regularly practice all the types of research available to us, and that’s often true, given tight project deadlines and limited resources. But one form of user research–contextual inquiry–can be practiced regularly just by watching people use the things around them and...
Ever have clients that just want everything done yesterday? They don’t want technical wireframes and mockups, etc. Those take too long. But they do want to see a functional outline of the project. That’s when a collection of professional Web Tiles comes in real handy! This Mighty Deal features dozens of unique Web Tiles from […]
Dribbble is an amazing source of inspiration for designers! There are so many amazing designs shared for free in this community! Today we compiled a list with 20 purely amazing free typefaces from Dribbble. All of these Dribbble typefaces are free, very high quality and you should download and add them to your freebies collection. These free fonts will surely be of ...
I used to do a lot of technical support, and still do some occasionally. Refresh Your Cache is a simple guide to clearing browser cache that you can send to your customers rather than sleuthing platform and browser, because Shift-Refresh doesn't work all the time for all browsers.
At Smashing Conferences, we take good care of the value that the event delivers to attendees. No speaker is selected randomly, no networking activity is an afterthought, and every single talk is thoroughly curated and reviewed. SmashingConf Whistler isn't going to be an exception: with 2 days of heavily practical front-end talks and 7 front-end + RWD workshops, you'll leave the conference with a treasure of useful tips and tricks applicable to your work right away.
I'm a big fan of resetting box-sizing to border-box, so much that we have a special day of the year around here. But there is a little adjustment to setting it that seems like a pretty good idea.
Online education is getting more and more popular by the day, but there are many companies that still hold college diplomas with fervor. And many people are confused: should I get a degree in web design and development or simply study online? Which would land me a job? But that’s not the issue. You can […]
If you’ve ever considered a career in the tech industry, building an app or making a website, you’ve probably wondered, ‘How does this whole world fit together? Who does what? What kind of people and skills do I need to …Continue reading →
As designers, we instinctively want to make stuff that users can master immediately. If you’re designing for elementary-school kids, you’ll want to move away from that mindset. While it’s true that children need to be able to easily figure out the objectives of a game or app right away, they don’t necessarily have to do it perfectly the first time. Instead, build in easier layers early on so that kids can complete them quickly, but throw in some extras that might be a lit