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.
Maintaining a daily focus of WordPress and Drupal websites is made easy with Lumturio.
In this post, I'll look at how DesignHammer improved our Jenkins build process by adding a testing workflow and setting up a parallel Build Flow job.
Last week we were thrilled to learn that a site we developed, the North Carolina High School Athletic Assocation (NCHSAA) was selected as Best Sports Website in the 2014 Blue Drop Awards.
For two DesignHammer staff members, utilizing standing desks boosts energy and productivity while easing the pains and problems usually associated with sitting.
In this post, we'll look at how we can implement a testing framework for ongoing imports of data into Drupal using some of our favorite tools: CasperJS, Migrate module, and Jenkins.