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juli 17th, 2014 - 15:27 § in Webdesign

Scaling Down The BEM Methodology For Small Projects

Scaling Down The BEM Methodology For Small Projects By Maxim Shirshin July 17th, 2014 CSSHTML5JavaScript 0 Comments Front-end development is no longer about individual frameworks. Tools are available — we merely have to choose. To make the right choices for your project, you need to start with a g[...]

juli 16th, 2014 - 15:22 § in Webdesign

How To Profit From Selling Digital Products (Part 2)

How To Profit From Selling Digital Products (Part 2) By Nathan Barry July 16th, 2014 BusinessProduct Strategy 1 Comment This is the second and final article on how to sell and profit from digital products. In part 11, we covered many of the benefits of digital products over physical goods as well [...]

juli 15th, 2014 - 21:20 § in Webdesign

“Where No Web Designer Has Gone Before!” SmashingConf Whistler, Canada

“Where No Web Designer Has Gone Before!” SmashingConf Whistler, Canada By Vitaly Friedman July 15th, 2014 3 Comments What happens when you combine a practical front-end conference with a spectacular resort experience? Guess what: that’s exactly what we are going to find out with our very first[...]

juli 15th, 2014 - 21:20 § in Webdesign

The New Smashing Mystery Riddle: Have You Figured It Out Yet?

The New Smashing Mystery Riddle: Have You Figured It Out Yet? By Vitaly Friedman July 15th, 2014 0 Comments Ah, these mystery1riddles2never stop3, do they? To celebrate the launch of the SmashingConf Whistler4, our very first conference in Canada, we’ve prepared a yet another riddle, and of course[...]

juli 14th, 2014 - 15:12 § in Webdesign

Prioritizing Devices: Testing And Responsive Web Design

Prioritizing Devices: Testing And Responsive Web Design By Tom Maslen July 14th, 2014 DevicesResponsive Web DesignTesting 0 Comments My Android Galaxy smartphone is so sweet. It plays games, has a lovely screen and lets me check all of my favourite websites while I’m commuting to and from work. An[...]

juli 11th, 2014 - 20:40 § in Webdesign

A Roadmap To Becoming An A/B Testing Expert

A Roadmap To Becoming An A/B Testing Expert By Kevin Holesh July 11th, 2014 TestingUser ExperienceUser Research 5 Comments A/B testing, also known as split testing, is the method of pitting two versions of a landing page against each other in a battle of conversion. You test to see which version doe[...]

juli 10th, 2014 - 14:27 § in Webdesign

How To Profit From Selling Digital Products (Part 1)

How To Profit From Selling Digital Products (Part 1) By Nathan Barry July 10th, 2014 BusinessProduct Strategy 0 Comments At the end of 2012, I was talking with a good friend of mine who runs a small custom woodworking company. We were discussing business over the last year and a few things we learne[...]

juli 9th, 2014 - 14:26 § in Webdesign

The WAI Forward

The WAI Forward By Heydon Pickering July 9th, 2014 AccessibilityResponsive Web DesignSmashing eBooks 0 Comments It’s one thing to create a web application and quite another to keep it accessible — independent of the device that the user is using and its capabilities. That’s why Heydon Pickeri[...]

juli 8th, 2014 - 20:14 § in Webdesign

Breakpoints And The Future Of Websites

Breakpoints And The Future Of Websites By Obinwanne Hill July 8th, 2014 CSSJavaScriptLayouts 9 Comments When the iPhone came out in 2007, the demonstration of its web browser by the late great Steve Jobs gave the not-so-subtle impression that Apple wasn’t too perturbed about its users pinching to [...]

juli 7th, 2014 - 20:04 § in Webdesign

Case Study: PixelMogul, A Simulation Game For iOS

Case Study: PixelMogul, A Simulation Game For iOS By Ala Ramildi René Keller July 7th, 2014 AppsCase StudiesFlash 1 Comment Are you a web designer or developer who dreams about creating a mobile game and bringing it to the app store? We have good news: Your road to the app store might be shorter th[...]