Breaking UX preconceived notions

Breaking UX Preconceived Notions If you’re a UI/UX designer, Product Designer, or work as someone who has some influence in creating the user experience in your products, I think we all can agree on one thing. That’s what makes a good UX is quite subjective. There are a lot of different aspects that could result… Continue reading Breaking UX preconceived notions

How to increase the UX maturity of Scrum teams

Investing in the UX skills of a Scrum Team delivers a huge return. Learn how. In this article you will learn: Why enabling Scrum Teams with UX Design capabilities is important. Why introducing UX capabilities to Scrum team is frequently hard. What is the job of an UX Leader in a product development organization. How to use… Continue reading How to increase the UX maturity of Scrum teams

20 Best eCommerce Plugins for WordPress

WordPress does not come with built-in eCommerce capabilities. But it allows you to add eCommerce functionality so you can sell tangible products, digital products, or any kind of services and receive money for them on your website. To make this possible, there are a huge number of eCommerce plugins, both free and premium, that you… Continue reading 20 Best eCommerce Plugins for WordPress

Read a CSV to Array in PHP

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} In this post, I’ll show you how to use PHP’s built-in functions to read and print the contents of a CSV file and convert it into an array. We’ll use fopen() and fgetcsv() to read the contents of a CSV file, then we’ll convert it into an… Continue reading Read a CSV to Array in PHP

WordPress Themes: 30 New WordPress Themes For Blog / Magazine Websites

33 Shares New trendy WordPress Themes for Corporate Business, Blog, Magazine or eCommerce websites. Responsive multi-purpose Best WordPress Themes with modern design single page or multi pages easy to use, lightweight and fast loading, WordPress themes for building website. Highly customizable, simple, feature rich, SEO friendly, fast loading, functional and modern WordPress themes will make your web design look… Continue reading WordPress Themes: 30 New WordPress Themes For Blog / Magazine Websites

10 Retro Website Designs to Inspire Your Next Web Project

November 22, 2021 by Veronika The retro style has once again overtaken the design industry for its elegant look and timeless feel. Creating a retro website is much harder than designing a site with a minimalist look as it requires the placement of a lot more additional elements than what we’re used to. Retro websites… Continue reading 10 Retro Website Designs to Inspire Your Next Web Project

JavaScript map vs. forEach: When to Use Each One

In this article, we’ll discuss the map and forEach methods in JavaScript, and we’ll also go through the differences between them to understand when to use each one. JavaScript is one of the core technologies of the web. The majority of websites use it, and all modern web browsers support it without the need for… Continue reading JavaScript map vs. forEach: When to Use Each One

Exciting New Tools for Designers, September 2021

Since school is back in session, this month’s roundup has a learning focus. In addition to tools, many of the resources include guides, tutorials, and cheat sheets to help make design work easier. Here’s what’s new for designers this month. ScrollingMockup.io ScrollingMockup.io generates high-definition, animated scrolling mockups in minutes. All you have to do is… Continue reading Exciting New Tools for Designers, September 2021

Designing UI for the Voice Era

The world of web design is incredibly dynamic. Every year, new trends and opportunities emerge, primarily driven by the arrival of modern technology.  In recent years, we’ve seen various updates to the web design landscape, such as the arrival of AR and VR solutions for making mixed media. Video content has increased in quality, while… Continue reading Designing UI for the Voice Era

How to Prioritise Website Content for Your Next Project

A website can be as big as you want it to be. Or worryingly, as big as your stakeholders want it to be. For some organizations content production for websites is like a conveyor belt that’s always moving. There’s no limit to the amount of content that can be added and this presents challenges around… Continue reading How to Prioritise Website Content for Your Next Project

The rise and fall of Polaroid

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The disruptor becomes the disrupted. Photo by Patrick on Unsplash The Positional View and Resource-Based View are two schools of business strategy that seek to describe a company’s competitive advantage. There is a great deal of overlap between the two, as will be discussed using specific examples from the Polaroid company.… Continue reading The rise and fall of Polaroid

25 Best Brand Guidelines Templates Design

38 Shares Professional multipurpose Brand identity guideline templates for those who need a branding guide for a new business / company or rebrand. Guideline presentation templates gives you an effective way to introduce your brand and proposes a new project. The Brand guidelines template covers all aspects of design including logo, color, type, web, Social Media,… Continue reading 25 Best Brand Guidelines Templates Design

UX challenge: Teaching a person who is blind to design

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Designing a system for the visually impaired to recognize color. It’s been a year since I published my very first article and it was about solving a problem in accessibility. This problem bothered me for a good half of my life. I finally think that I’ve opened a door to… Continue reading UX challenge: Teaching a person who is blind to design

How to Make a Brochure

Brochures may be one of the oldest marketing tools, but they’re a tried and tested technique that all sorts of businesses use to reach potential customers.  A poorly designed brochure might be tossed in the trash, but a creative and beautiful one will be kept and pored over and can directly lead to sales for… Continue reading How to Make a Brochure

How to Use Map, Filter and Reduce in JavaScript

Functional programming has been making quite a splash in the development world these days. And for good reason: Functional techniques can help you write more declarative code that is easier to understand at a glance, refactor, and test. One of the cornerstones of functional programming is its special use of lists and list operations. And… Continue reading How to Use Map, Filter and Reduce in JavaScript

Using Redux in a React Native App

Redux is a library for state management that ensures that the application logic is well-organized and that apps work as expected. Redux makes it easy to understand your application’s code regarding when, where, why, and how the state of the application is updated. Redux is made up of the following key parts: actions reducers store… Continue reading Using Redux in a React Native App

Finding Your Way With Domain Mapping

It’s no secret that having a custom domain name is an essential piece of any company’s branding strategy. While there are a myriad of hosting plans available that offer domains like your company.webhost.com, making the shift from one of those to simply yourcompany.com is an important step. However, your domain branding strategy need not end… Continue reading Finding Your Way With Domain Mapping

How to Autoload Classes With Composer in PHP

In this article, we’ll discuss the basics of autoloading in PHP and how to autoload PHP classes with Composer. I’ll explain why autoloading is so important and show you how to use Composer for autoloading step by step. I’ll also explain the difference between the different kinds of autoloading in Composer. Why Do We Need… Continue reading How to Autoload Classes With Composer in PHP

'Knowing what you're looking at' – JS tips for new React developers

August 17, 2020 I have a confession to make. While I have been a professional web developer for over 6 years, I didn’t feel comfortable with JavaScript until a year and a half ago. I still don’t feel like I know a lot of things. There’s a lot that still confuses me. But I’ve grown… Continue reading 'Knowing what you're looking at' – JS tips for new React developers

A Guide to Accessible Interactive Components using React Libraries

May 29, 2020 Content Warning: This blog post contains gifs. I’ve wanted to write this blog post ever since I wrote a11y and JS – A Seemingly Unconventional Romance. I love JavaScript, and my job is to code in React. I often observe folks (rightly) critique that React Apps are inaccessible. According to the WebAIM… Continue reading A Guide to Accessible Interactive Components using React Libraries

Raygun RUM: Know Your Users’ Experience

It goes without saying that building web applications requires a lot of work. Not only do you have to design, debug, and deliver a fast server-side application, but the same amount of time and care must go into designing, debugging, and delivering a fast client-side application. This means that everyone involved throughout the development process… Continue reading Raygun RUM: Know Your Users’ Experience

How to Resize an Image in Photoshop

What You’ll Be Creating Whether you are a beginner or an expert, resizing an image in Adobe Photoshop is one of the most commonly used skills. However, with so many tools available to you, it might be quite daunting to learn for someone who is just getting started. In this tutorial, you will learn how to… Continue reading How to Resize an Image in Photoshop

Growing Your TikTok Account in 2020

January 16, 2020 by Richie KS TikTok is the latest trend in social media, the app burst onto the scenes in early 2019 and the growth of the platform is letting up any time soon. It has become a safe haven for Gen Z who are notoriously difficult to market to and engage with, but… Continue reading Growing Your TikTok Account in 2020