Reader's Corner No. 58: Ten Things about bash, 2018 Website Load Speed, and Web Typography Tips

January 15, 2018

We haven't let the snow storms and cold weather in North Carolina keep us down, and this week we are bringing you all three interesting reads. They are all about the bash, website load speed in 2018, and ten typography tips for web.


Reader's Corner No. 56: 2:1 Aspect Ratio is Everywhere, Google's Mobile-First Indexing, and TriUXPA Workshop on Managing Project Challenges

December 18, 2017

This week we are sharing three articles with a wide range in topics, they include: the 2:1 aspect ratio is everywhere, getting your site ready for Google's mobile-first indexing, and the Triangle UXPA Workshop: Overcoming and Managing Project Challenges with Brett Harned.


Updates: November '17

December 14, 2017

A chill has settled on the North Carolina air. It's perfect weather for hunkering down in the office and working hard. We are heading into the end of the year and we are heads-down on a number of site builds, building some new internal tools, and planning our end of year office party. Pour some hot cocoa and enjoy this month's round of updates!


Hiring a web designer: measuring success

December 13, 2017

Finding a web designer is easy. Finding a good web designer that will deliver results is more difficult. Even tougher is contracting a great agency. The best are in demand and selective in who they choose to work with. Since reputation is everything in our industry, the best will only consider projects that have a high likelihood of success.


Reader's Corner No. 55: Chat and Voice Interfaces, Making the Stranger Things Intro, Scrum for Newbies, and Using HTML Headings Properly

December 11, 2017

We are all hunkered down over here in the DesignHammer office, and pretty heads down trying to finish up work before the holiday break. That being said, we still have some awesome articles to share with you: comparing chat and voice interfaces, the making of the Stranger Things title sequence, Scrum for newbies, and how to use HTML heading elements properly.


Reader's Corner No. 54: Every Frame a Painting, Learning from Failed Projects, and Remembering "event" Markup

December 4, 2017

Does snow on the forecast this week make it officially winter now? I'll take my 70 degree winter, thank you. Besides bundling up, we've a handful of interesting articles to share this week. Topics include: Every Frame a Painting, learning from failed projects, and remembering "event" markup.


Reader's Corner No. 53: RSync Basics, Modern Media and Free Will, 7 Ethics Tips for Project Managers, and Designing Readable Tables

November 27, 2017

After a long Thanksgiving weekend, we are are all fed (okay, overfed) and back at it! This week we have awesome mix of topics to share: RSync basics, modern media and free will, 7 ethics tips for project managers, and designing tables that are readable.


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