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Be A Better Designer By Eating An Elephant

I can’t imagine any other industry in which so much change happens so quickly. If you stop paying attention for a week, it can feel like you’ve not been listening for a year. There’s so much to learn. Falling behind is easy, too. We might be in the middle of a major project, so we put off learning about this newfangled thing called Sass or Node.js or even quickly experimenting with the new Bootstrap or Foun ...

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Meet Erick Patrick, Who Has Translated 50 Tutorials for Tuts+

The level of community participation since we began the Tuts+ translation project six months ago has been truly overwhelming. 95 volunteers have seen their translations published, and the number of new participants grows with each passing week. Recently I caught up with Erick Patrick, our most prolific translator to date with over 50 published translations (and counting!) to ask him a few questions. Hi Eric ...

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A Quick Chat With Val Head

Val Head (event organiser, book author, CSS animation meister) will be taking to the stage in November to speak at FOWD New York City . I recently spent ten minutes chatting with her to find out what people can expect from her presentation. Hi Val, thanks for taking the time to chat with us! Tell us about your talk at FOWD NYC, what can people expect? Expect a high-energy walkthrough of best practices for a ...

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Not Having These Free Stuff Can Make You a Rookie

Let’s say you are about to create a personal website. It might be a simple portfolio or a complex one depicting your interests or pertaining to a topic. During the development process, you need to make sure that the programming of the website is top-notch, so that it is responsive and works seamlessly over all mobile devices and browsers. When you are under such intense pressure of shaping your website, it ...

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A Front-End Developer’s Ode To Specifications

In the physical world, no one builds anything without detailed blueprints, because people’s lives are on the line. In the digital world, the stakes just aren’t as high. It’s called “software” for a reason: because when it hits you in the face, it doesn’t hurt as much. No one is going to die if your website goes live with the header’s left margin 4 pixels out of alignment with the image below it. But, while ...

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An Introduction To Unit Testing In AngularJS Applications

AngularJS 1 has grown to become one of the most popular single-page application frameworks. Developed by a dedicated team at Google, the outcome is substantial and widely used in both community and industry projects. One of the reasons for AngularJS’ success is its outstanding ability to be tested. It’s strongly supported by Karma 11 2 (the spectacular test runner written by Vojta Jína) and its multiple plu ...

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Icons Of Digital Design

Apple launched the Macintosh personal computer in 1984. It was more user-friendly than other PCs at that time — and, with its desktop publishing software, graphical user interface and mouse (all novel at the time), the Mac was uniquely geared to designers. Compared to what we can create on the computer today, the original Macintosh, with only 128 KB of memory, had limited capabilities. At the time, though, ...

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Why Companies Need Full-Time Product Managers (And What They Do All Day)

What is a product manager? What do product managers do all day? Most importantly, why do companies need to hire them? Good questions. The first confusion we have to clear up is what we mean by “product.” In the context of software development, a product is the website, application or online service that users interact with. Depending on the size of the company and its products, a product manager could be re ...

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