Google has updated its popular Chrome browser with new and updated APIs for developers to improve the experience for all users. Currently available in the beta channel, Chrome 60 includes a brand new Paint Timing API, enhancements to the Credential Management API, and improvements as to how pages are rendered with a new CSS Font-Display … Continue reading Google brings new and updated APIs with Chrome 60
Working from home seems like heaven – the commute is non-existent, there are no arguments about whose turn it is to make the tea round, and you can even work in your pyjamas. Designers and artists especially can gain the most from working from home as it allows the creation of a personal work environment … Continue reading The expert guide to working from home
Coding is the biggest focus for most aspiring developers, but the truth is it takes a lot more to be a professional in the field. So we want to know: what else does it take to be a professional developer? Schools teach you to code, and might even teach you how to code with a … Continue reading Programmers: What Does It Take to Be a Developer (Other than Coding)?
Once described as the “Cinderella of tech,” Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso parlayed an eBay used clothing store into a fast-growing $85 million online business. But this fairy tale did not end happily: The once-trendy etailer hit a wall, filed for bankruptcy, and ended up selling its brand to Boohoo.com of the U.K. for just … Continue reading 4 Takeaways From the Rise and Fall of Nasty Gal
Hack Design is a design course taught by some of the world’s most prominent designers. This free resource teaches you the techniques and tools of good design through playing with design puzzles and games. The lessons are delivered to your email inbox each week, with links to articles, tutorials, and cheat sheets as well as … Continue reading Hack Design Delivers Design Lessons to Your Inbox Each Week
There’s a reason the word “homepage” begins with “home.” For digital enterprises, a homepage should bring to customers’ minds many of the feelings that an actual home does: comfort, relaxation, a sense of warmth and security. Home is a place where you don’t have to think too much — you simply walk inside and everything you need … Continue reading Optimizing Your Homepage With These 3 Things in Mind Will Help It Attract More Visitors
Updating your website involves more than just rearranging words and pictures on the homepage. Changing your website involves implementing new technology behind the scenes, eliminating dot-com domains and using research to optimize pages to capture your audience’s attention. Just think about your website two, five, 10 years ago. Chances are, it looked quite a bit … Continue reading 4 Ways Your Website Should Change Over the Next 5 Years