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Building Production-Ready CSS Grid Layouts Today

By Morten Rand-Hendriksen Industries often experience evolution less as slow and steady progress than as revolutionary shifts in modality that change best practices and methodologies seemingly overnight. This is most definitely true for front-end web development. Our industry thrives on

How To Build An In-House UX Team

By Cassandra Naji The needs of real users are increasingly driving enterprise software design and development. Since 2013, IBM has hired close to 1500 designers and UXers, establishing the largest design studio… …read more Via:: UsabilityGeek

Hybrid Apps And React Native: A Time To Transition?

By Paul Francis Accomplished musicians often talk about how, at certain moments in their careers, they had to unlearn old habits in order to progress. This process often causes them to regress in performance while they adjust to an ultimately

Convincing Clients: How To Get Sign Off When It Matters

By Paul Boag We have all been there. That dreaded moment when after weeks of work we have to present our progress to key stakeholders, and they mercilessly tear it apart. It feels inevitable, but usually, we can avoid these

A Complete Guide To Switching From HTTP To HTTPS

By Vladislav Denishev HTTPS is a must for every website nowadays: Users are looking for the padlock when providing their details; Chrome and Firefox explicitly mark websites that provide forms on pages without HTTPS as being non-secure; it is an

Web Development Reading List #185: Safari 11, New Edge Build, Chrome 59, And CSS Optimization Insights

By Anselm Hannemann This week was full of great browser vendor news: Safari 11 was announced with long-awaited features such as WebRTC and tracking protection, and a new Edge build with new CSS features is now available, too. But the

When Large Isn’t Large Enough: Designing With Hero Images

By Nick Babich When users come to your page, they’ll feel some kind of reaction. Whether it’s positive or negative, that reaction is determined in large part by what they see. Because vision is perhaps the strongest human sense, a

UX Case Study: Bumble

By Sean McGowan I have written a considerable amount of articles on a variety of UX design topics, covering subjects as niche as mobile app pop-ups to concepts as spacious and all-encompassing as design itself. But… …read more Via:: UsabilityGeek

Creating Better, Faster And More Optimized WordPress Websites

By Brian Jackson Consumers typically have their own experiences when it comes to web hosting and their own opinions. If you search Google for reviews for any web hosting provider you’ll find dozens of results. Usually, there are a lot

As Far As The Eye Can See: Colorful Sceneries, Posters And Covers

By Veerle Pieters With the lovely weather we’ve been having here in Belgium, all of my senses actively engage when I’m riding my bike. I find myself picking up colorful sceneries while the smell of fragrant flowers and the birds’