How to Remove “Powered by WordPress” From the Footer

So you’ve spent days, weeks or perhaps even months perfecting your WordPress website, and you’re excited to finally publish it—and then you notice the Proudly Powered By WordPress disclaimer in your website’s footer. WordPress may be one of the world’s most popular content management systems, but chances are you’ll want people to view your website… Continue reading How to Remove “Powered by WordPress” From the Footer

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The Ignored Obvious of UX Design Interviews (and interviews in general)

#1 Do Your Research Being a UX Designer, I use research to understand the problem at hand, know my audience, and gather enough context information to make an informed decision for further steps. Research is an integral part of my design process and I apply the same to interviews. In most cases, especially UX Interviews, the… Continue reading The Ignored Obvious of UX Design Interviews (and interviews in general)

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Copyright, Creative Commons and Licensing For Web Developers

What is copyright? Very few people outside the creative industry have a strong or accurate understanding of copyright law. Let’s review some copyright basics, from the ground up. What is copyright? Copyright occurs as soon as an idea is “fixed in a tangible medium.” It does not require registration or a fee. The moment you… Continue reading Copyright, Creative Commons and Licensing For Web Developers

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