This week we are covering a wide range of topics, including Tinder's Smart Photos, explaining what a browser engine is, online marketing mistakes and how to avoid them, and 3 different tools to create a project manager calendar.
We've had a few busy weeks during this conference season, but are happy to be sharing a few favorite articles with you. This week we're reading about a product market scenario, the Chrome extension tool CSS Peeper, and Chrome's upcoming encryption requirements.
We’re sharing with you topics this week that cover both design and development, as well as project management. The topics are: design terms you’re getting wrong, six programming paradigms, getting biased user data, and writing proposals.
Part of our team is away at DrupalCon 2017, but we still have some ideas to share from out favorite articles read last week. We're talking about: 12 questions for Drupal project managers, why being grumpy at work may be beneficial, all about JAVA.UTIL.DATE, and how to think in alternatives.
We hope your holiday weekend was relaxing and fun! Some of DesignHammer team members are sharing on the following topics this week: German cabinet backing social media hate speech, risk and rare events, why some of us aren't wired for one calling, and the growth of Nginx.
This week we share highlights from articles addressing the point-and-call system, how to define processes that actually have things get done, all about the creation and use of Comic Sans, and why PDF’s aren’t ideal for email newsletters.
Most web developers use SSH extensively. With the ability to use public keys to automate server login and config files to keep accounts organized, it’s a core component of how we do our work.
We have a wide variety of topics this week to share, including: the iPhone VoiceOver feature, the importance of ACCURATE information, Instacart’s physical staging environment, file naming tips, and celebrating Adobe Illustrator turning 30.
Welcome back to DesignHammer Updates! We are excited to continue to share news, tools, and tips. The year is off to a great start with new projects going and with the start of the 2017 conference season. I hope you enjoy the contributions from the DesignHammer team; if you do, please complete the survey linked at the end to help us evolve into an even more engaging format.