16 Free Websites for Learning to Code in 2021

The best free online coding websites for beginners are hubs of education and insight, designed to take your knowledge and career to the next level. For years, technical careers have been gaining more attention among innovative individuals. In a digital world, people capable of speaking computer language often have the widest selection of job opportunities.… Continue reading 16 Free Websites for Learning to Code in 2021

5 Tips for Successfully Marketing Your Indie Game

By now, you’ve probably heard of games like Shovel Knight and Minecraft. But what you may not know is that both of these successful programs have roots as indie games. An indie video game is a game created by an individual or smaller development team that lacks the financial or technical backing of a large… Continue reading 5 Tips for Successfully Marketing Your Indie Game

The Latest Research for Web Designers, December 2020

2020 has been an interesting year, to say the least. And although I’m sure many of you can’t wait until the calendar flips ahead to 2021, it doesn’t look as though we’re going to be able to say goodbye to 2020 so easily. Many of the changes we’ve had to make this year are now… Continue reading The Latest Research for Web Designers, December 2020

Real-Time Stock Data Using Marketplace’s API

In this time of global economic turmoil, it’s more important than it’s ever been that your financial decisions are based on accurate, up-to-date, market information. In a world where stock price is a key confidence marker, the businesses that attract attention, secure investment, and grow, are the ones that can demonstrate their value in a… Continue reading Real-Time Stock Data Using Marketplace’s API

Popular Design News of the Week: March 2, 2020 – March 8, 2020

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: March 2, 2020 – March 8, 2020

Popular Design News of the Week: February 24, 2020 – March 1, 2020

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: February 24, 2020 – March 1, 2020

How to use the new LogoMyWay Online Logo Maker

There was a time not too long ago when designing a logo for a new company was an expensive and time-consuming process that offered no guarantee of satisfaction. Today, though – thanks to the wide range of logo design tools and platforms available online – designing a great-looking, professional logo is now easier and more… Continue reading How to use the new LogoMyWay Online Logo Maker

How to Lint CSS Using Stylelint

Linters have been around for a good while; but if you’re new to CSS this might be the first you’ve heard about them. A CSS linter will keep your stylesheets in check and make you a better coder! What Are the Benefits of CSS Linters? As front end developers we hope that the code we… Continue reading How to Lint CSS Using Stylelint

4 Web Design Sales Tools You Aren’t Using That Are Sabotaging Revenue 

Web design and development makes the world go round.  Without it…well, you already know and dread a world with no internet.  But web design and development isn’t an easy sell these days. In fact, it’s far from it. As a web creator, the pain points can seem endless:  Getting people to pay on time is… Continue reading 4 Web Design Sales Tools You Aren’t Using That Are Sabotaging Revenue 

Best WPBakery (Visual Composer) Add-Ons and Templates on Envato Elements

WPBakery (formerly Visual Composer) is one of the most well-known and feature-packed visual page builders available for WordPress. While the team at WPBakery is always improving on their product, the number of variations of web projects out there make it impossible to rely on a single plugin for all of your needs. Luckily, though, WPBakery… Continue reading Best WPBakery (Visual Composer) Add-Ons and Templates on Envato Elements

Adding a Music Player to Your WordPress Site

Thinking about adding a substantial amount of audio to your site? Or maybe just a clip for a single song? When working with WordPress, there are dozens of different ways to add a music of audio player to your site. Choosing the one that works best for you can be tough. In this piece, we’ll… Continue reading Adding a Music Player to Your WordPress Site

Site Accessibility: Getting Started With ARIA

What You’ll Be Creating Using standard HTML alone, modern web apps can lock out users with accessibility needs.  HTML is the predominant markup language online, being used by nearly 83% of existing websites. While there have been some changes in the 25 years since its creation, even newer iterations, such as HTML5 and AMP, leave… Continue reading Site Accessibility: Getting Started With ARIA

4 Considerations for Choosing a Web Host

Managing and maintaining a successful small business website is a full-time job. There are countless elements to manage, hundreds of things to consider and thousands of new things to learn to improve the efficiency of the site. Whether you need to learn about vector artwork, find out how to reduce bounce rates or decide how… Continue reading 4 Considerations for Choosing a Web Host

Interview with Artist Devin Mars

Devin Mars is a digital artist from USA. born in Curitiba, Brazil. He can’t really pinpoint an exact moment on the time he wanted to become an artist because it’s an idea that evolved with him. Let us know about him more in this interview. So, read on and enjoy! When did you decide to become an artist? I… Continue reading Interview with Artist Devin Mars

Psychology, Counseling & Medical Website Template — MentalPress (Health & Beauty)

MentalPress is a premium Website Template for psychiatrists built with HTML5 and CSS3. It is our most advanced and sophisticated website we built so far. It is very easy to setup and use. Well Documented. Available only on ThemeForest! Main Features Responsive & Retina-Ready MentalPress looks great on any device, from mobile to desktop and… Continue reading Psychology, Counseling & Medical Website Template — MentalPress (Health & Beauty)

New eBooks Available for Subscribers

Do you want to learn more about data analysis with Python? How about iOS 9 game development, Django, or Swift 2? Our latest batch of eBooks will teach you all you need to know about these topics and more. What You’ll Learn In the past couple of months we’ve made 16 new eBooks available for… Continue reading New eBooks Available for Subscribers

Working with Data, Assets, and Templates in Middleman

This second tutorial about building static websites with Middleman dives a little deeper into the framework. By the end, you should know enough to build your own project from scratch. We’ll cover topics such as Data Files, Pretty URLs, Project Templates and the Asset Pipeline, so let’s get stuck in! Data Files So, having already… Continue reading Working with Data, Assets, and Templates in Middleman

Beyond Responsive for a True Mobile Friendly Website

Responsive web design has earned itself a spot in the collection of most widely used web related buzz-words joining the ranks of Web 2.0, animated GIF, flat design and skeuomorphism. Its prevalence in the world of web design is due to its popularity as the top choice for creating mobile ready websites as shown by… Continue reading Beyond Responsive for a True Mobile Friendly Website

8 habits of successful designers that I know

This is by no means a scientific list from formal studies. What I have written here is my impression from the list of designers whom I personally known. I observed their habits and what make them more successful in their career or business relative to others.  Again, this is not meant to be a comprehensive… Continue reading 8 habits of successful designers that I know