Being a web developer these days is akin to being an artist. Much like art, web development has psychology to it and a style that’s very much unique to the artist. Hence, no two websites are the same today (unless intended, of course) and developers would do well to showcase their skills with web developer […]
Cryptocurrency has changed the vertical of currencies with maximum impact. Specifically, Bitcoin has managed to garner all the attention and market favoritism in recent times. Providing a new edge to currency exchange, Cryptocurrency is no more a hit and miss for the experts. With a lot of people getting on board with the idea of […]
There are basic usability heuristics all designers know and live by. Why? Because designing for usability takes up more complicated planning processes than it looks. Contrary to most people’s thinking, UI and UX design is NOT about the aesthetic. It’s about creating a workable, and successful, path for users on an interface from the moment […]
The rise of the internet has changed how we interact with the rest of the world. We are constantly connected to one another and have access to vast resources for education, entertainment, and business. Yet, the continued practicality of these technologies relies on the talents of web developers to provide interfaces and structures.
As a designer, we always need to have seasonal design elements on our archives for whenever our clients want design updates for holidays. It is always so fun to design our websites for fall and autumn, especially now that Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Fortunately, there are great sources of free Thanksgiving banners on […]
Second only to spring, the fall is a super popular time of the year. As everyone below the Mason Dixon line asks what this “autumn” thing is all about, the folks in the Northern parts of the world cozy up in flannel button-downs and drink tea. For about three weeks, that is, and the bone-chilling […]
One of the most adaptable web development languages has to be PHP. An enormous number of open source projects are built on the PHP/MySQL database stack. Spending a bit of time learning these languages will help tremendously when customizing a WordPress or Pligg CMS project. But it’s difficult to pinpoint where you should start.
The blogging scene has blown up in just a short 20ish-year span of time. It’s now more common that practically everybody has his or her own personal and company blog. Some of these big names make it to the top and garner dramatic traction in the field.
I think it’s a safe bet to assume Drupal is one of the most appreciated open source CMS platforms based on PHP/MySQL. Knowledgeable web developers would agree that Drupal CMS offers more customizations from the backend, without hacking into your theme files. There are also plenty of members in the community who provide support and […]