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Review: How Siteground Hosting Improves Website Performance By Over 48%
No matter which web hosting service you visit, you’ll see that they all claim to be the fastest hosting service in the world. Is there any truth to their…
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Recently I had the experience of reviewing a project and accessing its scalability and maintainability. There were a few bad practices here and there, a few strange pieces of code with lack of meaningful comments. Nothing uncommon for a relatively big (legacy) codebase, right?
However was something that I keep finding. A pattern that repeated itself throughout this codebase and a number of other projects I’ve looked through.They could be all by lack of abstraction. Ultimately, this was the …
I am a failure. My side projects have not made me millions. I’ve not been featured on the App Store. I have not won Site Of The Day on Awwwards, I’ve not even had an Honourable Mention. I’m now over the hill and into my 30’s. My best is past me. I’ve failed at life. Or […]
How to Drive Traffic to Your Website – The Creative Way
If you are looking for ways to boost your success as a website owner, whether it be to build a bigger email list and collect more subscribers, or convert…
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Design Tooling is Still Figuring Itself Out
It probably always will be, to be fair.
At the moment, there are all kinds of things that design software is struggling to address. The term “screen design” is common, referring to the fact that many of us are designing very specifically for screens, not print or any other application and screens have challenges unique to them. We have different workflows these days than in the past. We have different collaboration needs. We have different technological and economic needs.
Design Tooling is Still Figuring Itself Out is a post from CSS-Tricks
What 3D UIs Will (Probably) Look Like
Okay WDD readers, this one is going to get real conceptual. I’m here to talk about leaving two-dimensional user interfaces behind. Ditching the screen. Going 3D in the real world. Well, you know what I mean. You know, the stuff of science fiction that always ends up looking sort of fun, but really tiring and […]