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“It’s Alive!”: Apps That Feed Back Accessibly

It’s one thing to create a web application and quite another to create an accessible web application. That’s why Heydon Pickering 1 , both author and editor at Smashing Magazine, wrote an eBook Apps For All: Coding Accessible Web Applications 2 , outlining the roadmap for the accessible applications we should all be making. The following is an extract from the chapter “It’s Alive” from Heydon’s book, which ...

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Updates to the Envato Privacy Policy

We wanted to make you aware of some changes to our Privacy Policy. We’re committed to ensuring that our Privacy Policy clearly sets out how we manage your identifying information (“personal information”) while also reflecting some important aspects of Australian privacy (called “data protection” in Europe) and SPAM laws. The new policy goes into effect on May 1, so this is a quick heads up. You can read the ...

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How To Become A UX Leader

Let’s say you run a UX team. Better yet, let’s say you don’t. Let’s say you just want to do great work. You’re a consultant. You’re a newbie. You’re an intern. Your position is irrelevant. So is your title ...

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How To Become A UX Leader

Let’s say you run a UX team. Better yet, let’s say you don’t. Let’s say you just want to do great work. You’re a consultant. You’re a newbie. You’re an intern. Your position is irrelevant. ...

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A Designer’s Introduction to “Agile” Methodology

“Agile” is a peculiar industry term for designers who have never worked in the software space. It’s a phrase which gets used a lot by employers and recruiters, but what is it exactly? The following is from my perspective as a web professional and looks at what you need to know as a designer within this space. This is not a comprehensive guide, nor gospel about “scrum” or “agile”, but it will give you a head ...

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TimelineMax: Controlling Playback With addPause()

In this tutorial we’ll learn how to control animations, on demand, using a method called addPause() . Ready? Set? … slight pause … Let’s go! addPause() The addPause() method is a control method which allows developers to place a pause anywhere on their timeline. It’s far more precise than using a callback function which pauses another function (something which was necessary prior to addPause() existing). Th ...

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Extending WordPress With Custom Content Types

WordPress does some pretty amazing things out of the box. It handles content management as well as any other open-source solution out there — and better than many commercial solutions. One of the best attributes of WordPress is its ease of use. It’s easy because there’s not a significant amount of bloat with endless bells and whistles that steepen the learning curve. On the flip side, some might find WordPr ...

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React To The Future With Isomorphic Apps

Things often come full circle in software engineering. The web in particular started with servers delivering content down to the client. Recently, with the creation of modern web frameworks such as AngularJS and Ember, we’ve seen a push to render on the client and only use a server for an API . We’re now seeing a possible return or, rather, more of a combination of both architectures happening. What Is Reac ...

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