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.


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 51: CableLabs Full Duplex DOCSIS Specification, Account Take Overs, and an Open Letter to Intel

November 13, 2017

We are already, excitedly reloading the office Nerf gun arsenal for our holiday party next month! We are highlight a few reads this week about CableLabs full duplex DOCSIS specification, understanding account takeovers, and an open letter to Intel.


Reader's Corner No. 42: Optimizing Mobile Voice Search, Non-Commandments for PM, and SSL/TLS Certificates

September 11, 2017

If you've wanted to improve the voice search on your mobile device, Stephen breaks it down for you this week. In addition, we are talking about updating your website SSL/TLS certificate and 10 non-commandments for project managers.


Reader's Corner No. 36: Pure UI, Another Accessibility Ruling, Part 2 of Managing Multiple Projects, and Facebook Algorithms and Your Mom

July 24, 2017

Summer is officially upon us here in North Carolina, but we are trying our best to enjoy it! Our team is sharing several interesting reads this week, including: difficulties with pure UI, another accessibility ruling, part 2 of 5 in a series on managing multiple projects, and Facebook algorithms and your mom.


Reader's Corner No. 34: Google's Visit and Click Data, Dead Butterfly Drawings, Culture and Typography, and Gil v. Winn Dixie Stores Inc. Accessibiilty Case

July 3, 2017

Happy 4th of July! While most of our office is out of town celebrating the holiday, we wanted to make sure to share some of the interesting articles we've been reading. This week we're talking about Google's visit and click data, how to draw realistic butterflies, a blog about culture and typography, and about the recent website accessibility case - Gil v. Winn Dixie Stores Inc.


Reader's Corner No. 32: Buying Lotion on Amazon.com, Inverse Kinematics for Tentacles, Avoid Top 3 Causes for Scope Creep, and 7 Server Metrics to Monitor for a Drupal Site

June 19, 2017

Summer is almost officially here this week this week! Over here at DesignHammer we've been trying to escape the heat and keep up on the latest in the industry. We cover the following topics this week: buying lotion on Amazon.com, using Inverse Kinematics for tentacles, avoiding the top 3 causes for scope creep, and 7 server metrics to monitor for your Drupal site.


Reader's Corner No. 31: Why Well-Planned Projects Fail, A Year of Google Maps and Apple Maps, Trump's Twitter Blocking and the First Amendment, and The Complete List of Google Penalties

June 12, 2017

After a busy week full of conferences, we are glad to all be back in the office together. We have a great variety of articles to share with you this week. The topics include: why well-planned projects fail, a year of Google Maps and Apple Maps, Trump's Twitter blocking and the First Amendment, and the complete list of Google penalties.


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