Feeds

in Dezeen

Carpenters Workshop Gallery exhibit celebrates 30 years of work by Ingrid Donat

in NETTUTS

Android Mobile App Templates for Directories and Classified Apps

Android commands an 88% share of the world market of mobile devices. It’s used by many device manufacturers. Having an Android app gives a business an incredibly wide audience. 

in NETTUTS

How to Create an Interactive Slider With the LayerSlider Plugin for WordPress

Modern websites have to be visually appealing in order to draw in and retain an audience.

in NETTUTS

How to Use Easy Video Player for JavaScript

Videos have become a key part of websites and online businesses. This is mainly because people in general are getting faster (and in most cases cheaper) internet data plans on mobile devices.

in swissmiss

How (Not) To Grow Old

“The best way to overcome it [the fear of death]—so at least it seems to me—is to make your interests gradually wider and more impersonal, until bit by bit the walls of the ego recede, and y

in swissmiss

Link Pack

View this post on Instagram This. Is. Delightful. Bravo @isseymiyakeusa! (Via @theimpression_) A post shared by Tina Roth Eisenberg (@swissmiss) on Sep 28, 2019 at 2:39am PDT – Designing women.

in swissmiss

CreativeMornings Job Board

This week I interviewed two *delightful* humans for a designer position at Tattly that found the job listing through the CreativeMornings job board.

in swissmiss

Decorating Your Sneakers with Tattly

A few days ago I shared on my Instagram how my daughter felt inspired to decorate her white sneakers with Tattly. I can’t remember getting this many DMs with excitement and thumbs up.

in swissmiss

♥ / 365 Free Prompts to Boost Your Creativity

A big thank you to Peculiar Prompts for sponsoring my blog this week. Looking for a mindful way to spark your creativity? Need an excuse to get a little weird? Peculiar Prompts is for you.

in swissmiss

A Space Suit For Living

“When I was born, I donned a space suit for living on this planet.

in Slashdot

Internet Sector Contributes $2.1 Trillion To US Economy, Industry Group Says

The rapidly growing internet sector accounted for $2.1 trillion of the U.S. economy in 2018, or about 10% of the nation's gross domestic product (GDP), an industry group said on Thursday.

in NETTUTS

Jump-Start Your Android App UI With a Material Design Template

Google's Material Design is one of the few design languages that have managed to stand the test of time.

in NETTUTS

Guide to WordPress Event Calendar and Booking Plugins

WordPress calendar plugins let users make bookings, schedule events, pay for appointments, and more. 

in swissmiss

Link Pack

My love for NPR’s Tiny Desk concerts runs very very deep. – In defense of screen time – Stay soft. Yes. – What a difference a year makes. Endlessly moved by this young woman.

in swissmiss

Lost in a Rational World

SLOMO from Josh Izenberg on Vimeo. Disillusioned with his life, Dr. John Kitchin abandons his career as a neurologist and moves to Pacific Beach.

in swissmiss

Creativity is Unpredictable

“I can’t give my students more time in their lives; but what I try to do is change the way they think about and value it in the first place.

in swissmiss

♥ / Float

A big thank you to Float for sponsoring my blog this week. Float is a visual resource scheduling tool for teams.

in swissmiss

Orb Watering Can

I would give this watering can a home.

in Smashing Magazine

15 Questions To Ask Your Next Potential Employer

In my book “Experience Required”, I encourage in-house UX professionals to leave companies who refuse to advance their UX intelligence and capability.

in Slashdot

Authorities Consider Taking Legal Action Against Facebook Over Storm Area 51 Event

Local authorities in Rachel, Nevada -- the location of a planned Aliengate festival that evolved out of a viral Facebook event -- are considering taking legal action to cover $250,000 the county plans

in Dezeen

Two brothers revitalise rustic Captain Whidbey Inn in coastal Washington

in NETTUTS

Best WordPress Quiz Plugins of 2019

A great way to improve website visitor engagement and get potential business is with quizzes. A quiz does not necessarily need to have academic questions.

in swissmiss

Activist: Portraits of Courage

Activist: Portraits of Courage caught my attention. Love that quote especially.

in Smashing Magazine

Machine Learning For Front-End Developers With Tensorflow.js

Machine learning often feels like it belongs to the realm of data scientists and Python developers.

in Slashdot

Manjaro Linux Tries Forming A Company To Fund Full-Time Development

Forbes.com shares some big Linux news:

Since 2011, Arch Linux-based Manjaro has focused on being a simple-to-use, accessible Linux desktop distribution with a friendly community...

in NETTUTS

Getting Started With Django: Newly Updated Course

If you like the elegance of the Python programming language, Django is the web framework for you! Django is a powerful but pragmatic framework, with an emphasis on getting work done.

in swissmiss

Link Pack

David Byrne Launches Reasons to Be Cheerful – A fold up kayak? Yes please. – I attended my first plant swap last Sunday and it was such a delightful experience.

in Slashdot

Disney Is Leading the Charge Against Netflix By Returning To Weekly Episode Releases

At Disney's biannual D23 Expo executives revealed that episodes on the upcoming Disney+ streaming service will follow a weekly release schedule, unlike Netflix's binge-able season drops.

in A List Apart

The Untapped Power of Vulnerability & Transparency in Content Strategy

In marketing, transparency and vulnerability are unjustly stigmatized. The words conjure illusions of being frightened, imperfect, and powerless.

in NETTUTS

Style Your Apps With the Tailwind CSS Framework

Everyone from athletes to airline pilots knows that having a tailwind helps them go faster and achieve more. Now web developers can enjoy a similar advantage by using the Tailwind CSS Framework.

in Smashing Magazine

Faster Image Loading With Embedded Image Previews

Low Quality Image Preview (LQIP) and the SVG-based variant SQIP are the two predominant techniques for lazy image loading.

in Slashdot

HP Names Head of Printer Division As New CEO

Longtime HP veteran Enrique Lores, who runs the $20 billion printer business, is succeeding Dion Weisler effective November 1.

in Wired

China Attacks Hong Kong Protesters With Fake Social Posts

Twitter and Facebook say they’ve taken down misinformation campaigns from China that cast pro-democracy activists as ISIS members and cockroaches.

in NETTUTS

How Page Builder Plugins Make It Easy to Create a WordPress Website

Page builder plugins make it easier for both novices and experienced developers to build websites faster.

in NETTUTS

How to Get More Women in STEM: Answers From a Panel Discussion

A few months ago I ran a panel discussion for the Swedish organisation DataTjej that included four panelists, plus an audience of 4

in swissmiss

Link Pack

Daisy the Great – “I’m Fine” – Excited to be featured in Creative Spaces, a new book by my friends at Poketo.

in Slashdot

Runkeeper Will Stop Supporting Wear OS 'in a Few Weeks'

Runkeeper this week announced that it will discontinue its Wear OS app in the next few weeks.

in A List Apart

An Essential Tool for Capturing Your Career Accomplishments

Imagine you’re ready to apply for your next job.

in Dezeen

Two shipping containers contain a micro home furnished with Nendo

in Smashing Magazine

Handling Unused CSS In Sass To Improve Performance

In modern front-end development, developers should aim to write CSS which is scalable and maintainable.

in Smashing Magazine

Now Live: Your SmashingConf Toronto Playlist

We have edited and prepared the video from SmashingConf Toronto, and it is all now live for you to watch and learn from. To get a feel for the event, watch our compilation.

in Smashing Magazine

Inspired Design Decisions: Ernest Journal

When you work in design for any length of time, forming habits is natural. It’s not unusual to follow a predictable process or use familiar patterns.

in Slashdot

Samsung's DeX On Note 10 Brings Phone Apps To Your PC

Earlier today at Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 launch event, Samsung announced several new features coming to DeX, an application that transforms your Samsung phone into a "desktop like" interface.

in Dezeen

Foster + Partners' Marseille airport plans come under scrutiny for carbon emissions

in A List Apart

Getting to the Heart of Digital Accessibility

Quick! Think of the word “developer” or “coder” — what’s the first thing that comes to mind?