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Set Yoga Videos

Setu is an inclusive yoga community that supports and promotes diversity. And now, the site has a section where you can follow classes. Setu is a labor of love started by Libby Nicholoau.

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Getting Started With the Mojs Animation Library: The HTML Module

A lot of websites now use some sort of animation to make their landing pages more appealing.

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Phone Detox

The School of Life created Phone Detox, a palm-sized book filled with insights, ideas and meditations about the complex relationship we have with our phones.

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New Course: Code a Single-Page App With Laravel and Vue.js

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Want to add more responsiveness and interactivity to y

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Personal News: Introducing The CreativeGuild

I am ANXCITED over what I am about to share: For nearly a decade CreativeMornings, an organization I started, has been bringing together people who are driven by passion and purpose, who support one a

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How To Design Emotional Interfaces For Boring Apps

There’s a trickling line of ones and zeros that disappears behind a large yellow tube.

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Beginning

“The beginning is the most important part of the work.” – – Plato

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Cards for Perspective

School of Life launched Cards for Perspective: A set of 20 cards featuring fresh perspectives through which to look at life. LOVE!

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Using Responsive Website Images for a Better Cross-Device Experience

Responsive design has transformed how we build websites in this multi-device world. But unfortunately, responsive design isn’t as simple as it first appears.

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Designing For Accessibility And Inclusion

“Accessibility is solved at the design stage.” This is a phrase that Daniel Na and his team heard over and over again while attending a conference.

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My How To Guide on Running a Digital Agency

I was recently interviewed on the Digital Agency Podcast to share my experiences of working in the field for over 23 years.

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Art Directing For The Web With CSS Grid Template Areas

(This article is kindly sponsored by CoffeeCup Software.) Alright, I’m going to get straight to the point.

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Engineer Develops Sonar Alarm System To Monitor Kids In the Pool

British electrical engineer John Barstead created a sonar alarm system that will warn parents or nearby sunbathers if a small child has accidentally fallen into a pool.

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This week, British architecture firms unveiled their gender pay gap figures

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What Is Vue.js?

What is Vue.js? In short, it's a progressive framework for building user interfaces using HTML and JavaScript.

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The Tickle of a Feather

“If you’re open to learning, you get your life-lessons delivered as gently as the tickle of a feather.

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How We End Things

“If you can change one thing about yourself then please be kinder and change how you end things because it matters way more than how you begin them.” – Sartaj Anand How We End Things

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No Is a Complete Sentence T-Shirt

A while back I tweeted “No is a complete sentence”, which Debbie Millman surprisingly turned into a t-shirt over at Cotton Bureau. HOW FUN!

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20 Historical Paper Clips

I have never thought of paper clips having historical significance. Apparently they do.

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Beer Can

“This seems to be an era of gratuitous inventions and negative improvements. Consider the beer can.

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Several Kinds of Love

“There are several kinds of love. One is a selfish, mean, grasping, egotistical thing which uses love for self-improtance. This is the ugly and crippling kind.

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Are You the Expert in User Thinking You Should Be?

An understanding of psychology is crucial to designing interfaces, especially when it comes to how users make decisions.

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Software Bug Behind Biggest Telephony Outage In US History

An anonymous reader writes: A software bug in a telecom provider's phone number blacklisting system caused the largest telephony outage in US history, according to a report released by the US Federal

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Welcome centre for Quebec heritage site rises from the landscape

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Why Are New York Taxi Drivers Committing Suicide?

Drivers say competition from Uber and Lyft is lowering their incomes, contributing to four recent driver suicides.

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New Short Course: Code a Front-End App With GraphQL and React

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GraphQL is an emerging technology for cre

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Fabric Sculptures

How breathtaking are these fabric sculptures?

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Chow Crown

This ridiculous game is a food lover's dream pic.twitter.com/5Syb8pIZpv — Mashable (@mashable) March 27, 2018 Yes, I am totally going to get a Chow Crown for my kids.

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The Era of Blind Faith in Data Must End

“Algorithms don’t make things fair. They repeat our past practices, our patterns. They automate the status quo.” Interesting and timely talk by Cathy O’Neil, a data skeptic.

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Service Design: What Is It, What Does It Involve and Should You Care?

Confused by the term service design? Wondering how it relates to customer experience or user experience design? In this post, I attempt to bring some clarity.

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Seth Godin Facebook Live

Seth Godin had me as a guest on his Facebook live today. What an honor! He is the force behind numerous bestseller books, the creator of AltMBA. Watch his CreativeMornings talk and see his magic.

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Why Web Application Maintenance Should Be More Of A Thing

Traditional software developers have been hiding a secret from us in plain sight. It’s not even a disputed fact.

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Collateral Damage

“Sometimes we are just the collateral damage in someone else’s war against themselves.” – Lauren Eden

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World Cities Go Dark For 'Earth Hour' Climate Campaign

An anonymous reader quotes the AFP:
Earth Hour, which started in Australia in 2007, is being observed by millions of supporters in 187 countries, who are turning off their lights at 8.30pm local time

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen reveals plans to revitalise former brewery in Riga

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What Would Regulating Facebook Look Like?

In an interview with WIRED, Mark Zuckerberg seemed to accept the idea of some US regulation. Other countries could provide the blueprint.

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Mark Zuckerberg's Cambridge Analytica Interviews Ignore the Big Questions

Facebook's CEO addresses the Cambridge Analytica mess, but avoids the bigger questions.

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Mark Zuckerberg Q&A: The Facebook CEO Talks Cambridge Analytica, the Company’s Problems, and Big Data

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks with WIRED Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson about Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data and the company's response.

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In San Francisco’s Big Oil lawsuit, Climate Science Gets a Day in Court

San Francisco and Oakland are suing oil companies for money to protect against sea level rise.

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Uber Video Show the Kind of Crash Self-Driving Cars Are Made to Avoid

And that the human safety driver was looking away from the road in the seconds leading up to the fatal impact.

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Vue.js Live: Code a Front-End App

In this course, Jeremy McPeak will show you how to code a simple Vue.js app.

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Copyright Law Basics For UK Software Developers

Software developers all over the world can benefit from an increased understanding of intellectual property (IP) laws and how those laws may affect their work.

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5 Tactics That Will Increase Your Email Open Rates

Email marketing is constantly touted as a must for marketers. For good reason, too.

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How to do nothing

Jenny Odell believes time and places for the practice and art of doing nothing are crucial to uncover underlying problems and to understand yourself.

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Getting Started With The Web MIDI API

As the web continues to evolve and new browser technologies continue to emerge, the line between native and web development becomes more and more blurred.

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About a Quarter of US Adults Say They Are 'Almost Constantly' Online

As smartphones and other mobile devices have become more widespread, 26 percent of American adults now report that they go online "almost constantly," up from 21 percent in 2015, according to a Pew Re

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"Revisiting Postmodernism is a careening joyride through 20th-century architecture"

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JWT Authentication in Django

This tutorial will give an introduction to JSON Web Tokens (JWT) and how to implement JWT authentication in Django.

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Detaching Expo Apps to ExpoKit: Concepts

In this post, you'll learn what ExpoKit is and how it is used for adding native functionality to Expo apps. You'll also learn some of its pros and cons. 

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Conversation Design User Experiences for SiriKit and iOS

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Expanded Course: Learn PHP for WordPress

If you're ready to take your WordPress skills to the next level and get your feet wet with PHP, you'll love our newly expanded course,

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The Art of Asking

I needed to re-watch this talk. Thank you Amanda Palmer for sharing your wisdom.

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Grace Bonney on The Art of Thoughtful Emails

“It’s important to own your content in the sense that you take responsibility for it.

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The Cosmic Banana Peel

“Whenever the world throws rose petals at you, which thrill and seduce the ego, beware.