Measuring Empathy for Accessibility

After my previous blog on the Two Pillars of Accessibility, I was asked on LinkedIn from a peer in the accessibility field how a program could measure and report the empathy pillar of an accessibility program i.e. how much does your company care about accessibility. Measuring the impact of accessibility is relatively easy — you can track… Continue reading Measuring Empathy for Accessibility

Handling cross-team feedback loops on design work

Escape the siloing trap when you are both part of a design team and a product team, involve people early and often, and foster the right conversation at the right time If you are a designer working in a product organization you are maybe also part of two teams at the same time: a design team… Continue reading Handling cross-team feedback loops on design work

WordPress Product Founders on What They’d Do Differently

Incredible as it sounds, WordPress was initially released back in 2003. And it has evolved quite a bit during that time. It has become a mature, if ever-changing, platform for building websites. Its massive theme and plugin ecosystem have also seen its share of changes. We’ve witnessed solo entrepreneurs launching products, nurturing their growth, and… Continue reading WordPress Product Founders on What They’d Do Differently

Accessibility week, low-tech UI, how to ask for a promotion, dark mode

Weekly curated resources for designers — thinkers and makers. “What do we even mean by web3? We have NFTs (non-fungible tokens), cryptocurrencies, the metaverse, blockchain and DAOs (decentralized autonomous organizations). It’s not just one thing we don’t understand. It’s a lot of things we don’t understand. What’s in? What’s out? And how do all of these pieces fit… Continue reading Accessibility week, low-tech UI, how to ask for a promotion, dark mode

The 5 types of Questions

The kick-ass framework for every Product Manager In my previous post, I had shared my story of how my manager taught me the greatest ‘a-ha’ lesson of my professional life. 👇🏻 My first ‘aha’ learning of my career TL;DR — The stakeholders are mostly clueless about their own needs, and they are totally allowed to be so. As a… Continue reading The 5 types of Questions

Trust (is) the process: Why following a framework doesn’t guarantee good results

State of UX 2022 Trust (is) the process:Why following a framework doesn’t guarantee good results Illustrations by Manoel do Amaral Following a process lends structure to our thinking, and can help shift our focus from our individual ideas to our shared goals. A well-established process allows our team to scale, makes our work more predictable, and reduces financial… Continue reading Trust (is) the process: Why following a framework doesn’t guarantee good results

30 Web Development Best Practices for Beginners

There is a lot to learn as a web developer. For starters, the syntax of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, and how these fundamental web languages work together. However, on top of that you need to learn how to code well: how to use the web technologies like a professional, to create efficient, maintainable, and scalable… Continue reading 30 Web Development Best Practices for Beginners

Functional Programming in PHP With Lambda Functions

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} One of the nice things about programming is that the same problem can be solved using multiple methods. This allows people to show their creativity and come up with incredibly efficient and unique solutions. Examples of this can be seen in action when you look for programs… Continue reading Functional Programming in PHP With Lambda Functions

Top Tips on Picking the Best Fonts for T-Shirt Designs (With Examples)

T-shirts are one of those clothing items we can never get enough of, and that makes them a great vehicle for self-expression and advertising.  Top Tips on Picking the Best Fonts for T-Shirt Designs If you want to create your very own T-shirt design to support a cause, make people laugh, or promote a service,… Continue reading Top Tips on Picking the Best Fonts for T-Shirt Designs (With Examples)

Spanish SEO – The Power of Guest Posting

Did you know, over 93% of Spanish people are daily internet users? This figure is significantly higher than both France and Germany – and even the internet-savvy UK. This means you can expect to achieve highly impressive results by ranking high with Google. 50% of Google’s algorithm is based on backlinks to your site and… Continue reading Spanish SEO – The Power of Guest Posting

7 Landing Pages Comparisons To Improve Your Conversions in 2022

Landing pages are crucial for conversions. User-friendly landing pages rank higher in the search engines and generate the maximum leads. Interestingly, user behavior changes every year, and new website design trends should be kept in mind to continue acquiring sales from your existing landing pages. If your high-performing landing pages in 2019 have suddenly started… Continue reading 7 Landing Pages Comparisons To Improve Your Conversions in 2022

Practice Makes Perfect: 4 Reasons You Struggle Learning JavaScript

However much information you process when studying anything, there will be no results unless you start applying it in real life. To master a language, people usually practice writing, speaking, and listening to strengthen their knowledge after learning theory. With a programming language, it’s not quite the same. You can read the code and write… Continue reading Practice Makes Perfect: 4 Reasons You Struggle Learning JavaScript

How to Start Your Own Online Store (Beginner Guide)

Setting up an online store years ago used to be mind-numbingly complex. Simply creating products, product pages and a checkout sequence was bad enough. But then you had to worry about payment gateways to accept payment. Shipping. And don’t forget about taxes! Is it time to start your own online store? Image source: GraphicRiver Thankfully… Continue reading How to Start Your Own Online Store (Beginner Guide)

How To Create Better Headlines?

Headlines for blog articles are, in most cases, the only opportunity to reach the consumer with our message. From the marketer’s pov, the ability to create them is therefore crucial. Therefore, it is worth knowing some patterns or tricks that will allow us to write better and attract readers more effectively. In this article, you’ll… Continue reading How To Create Better Headlines?

21 Men’s Health Websites With Good Design

Men’s health websites are a great way to be inspired by and celebrate Father’s day. These websites could give you an idea of what to give your significant other and your dad for father’s day. The designs of these websites are also something to be inspired by. Even if most designs are simple, the topics… Continue reading 21 Men’s Health Websites With Good Design

What Are the Different Types of Brochure?

Let’s discover the different brochure styles and learn how to tell the difference between a brochure vs. a flyer, leaflet, and pamphlet design. In this article, we’ll give you a better understanding of brochures by explaining: What is a brochure? What are the sizes of traditional brochure designs? What are brochures used for? What are… Continue reading What Are the Different Types of Brochure?

9 Amazing Design-Resource Package Sites

Every designer has their own preferred strategy for collecting resources. Some pluck brushes, fonts, and templates from different “stock photo sites” and public marketplaces. Others collect graphics from swipe files and forums around the web. The never-ending desire for themes, visual content, and graphical components has prompted an influx of “design packages” to appear around the… Continue reading 9 Amazing Design-Resource Package Sites

How to Preserve the Menu State on Page Load (Using Local Storage)

What You’ll Be Creating In this tutorial, we’ll create a simple static site with Tailwind CSS and then learn how to preserve its menu state on page load. The first time we visit the site, the menu will be hidden. However, as soon as we open it and close the browser, we’ll use local storage… Continue reading How to Preserve the Menu State on Page Load (Using Local Storage)

What is PHP Used For?

PHP is an open source language that was created to make web development easier. It’s primary and most suitable purpose is as a web development language for creating web apps or APIs. You don’t need a complicated set of commands to create webpages in PHP. In fact, you can mix PHP with plain HTML in… Continue reading What is PHP Used For?

How to Write a Research Paper on Web Design

As a college student, you have to learn how to write research papers as this is one type of coursework that instructors assign often. If you’re studying web design, writing this paper won’t be any different. You still have to follow the right structure and come up with relevant content to fit your instructor’s requirements.… Continue reading How to Write a Research Paper on Web Design

Design critiques, now

[unable to retrieve full-text content] I have personally done some of my best work as part of a design culture in which viewpoints are freely exchanged and argued upon. I started thinking about the importance of such a design culture and drafted out guidelines for the remote working environment due to a worldwide pandemic. My… Continue reading Design critiques, now

Quickly Build a PHP CRUD Interface With the PDO Advanced CRUD Generator Tool

In this tutorial, we’re going to review PDO CRUD—a form builder and database management tool. PDO CRUD helps you build forms for your database tables with just a few lines of code, making it quick and easy to bootstrap a database application. There are plenty of extensions available for database abstraction and specifically CRUD (create,… Continue reading Quickly Build a PHP CRUD Interface With the PDO Advanced CRUD Generator Tool

Create a PHP Login Form

A user login and registration system is super helpful when we want to store information about the users of our website. This applies to everything from educational websites which might store course progress and marks to e-commerce websites which will store information about customers’ past purchases. In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to create… Continue reading Create a PHP Login Form

9 Productivity Tips Everyone Studying Online Should Use

If you want to succeed in online learning, the key thing to keep in mind is that courses taught through the Internet are just as rigorous and intensive as traditional classes at a college. No matter how comfy you may feel, it takes discipline and dedication to stay productive. To help you get on the… Continue reading 9 Productivity Tips Everyone Studying Online Should Use