This is a tutorial for beginners with some basic knowledge of HTML and CSS. If you’re more advanced, you might want to look at this one, too. In this example, let’s say we have a list of questions and answers that we want to show as an accordion. An accordion usually works like this: only…
A recent quest to come up with a definitive project template for organizing my .scss files led to a lot of thinking about how I approach coding designs, reading articles, trying out techniques, and reflecting on what actually makes the most sense for the kinds of projects I work on. The result of my pondering…
Rendered styles are no coincidence; there’s a specific order of precedence. Let’s get you back in control.
Here are ideas that are especially important if you work from home, but can also help you in any work situation. Stay organized, productive and motivated!
Any breakdown in the communication process could potentially cause disruptions with the client’s timescale and budget, and that’s what should ultimately be avoided.
A successful project starts with a complete understanding of the design process on both sides. If you’ve ever had trouble explaining your design process to clients, using a metaphor will help you get to a deep understanding quickly, without having to go into too much confusing technical detail.
jQueryTO just wrapped up in my hometown of Toronto, and though it was my first ever developer conference and I don’t have anything to compare it to, I’m pretty sure all that attended would agree it was AWESOME.
While jQuery’s extensibility is one of its greatest strengths, and the many brilliant plugins available often solve a lot of problems and open up a world of options to the novice developer, if you’re an experienced front-end or back-end developer looking to hack together an interface, plugins are not for you.
To avoid the confusion caused by conflicting terminology and unclear roles, we use storytelling as a tool in our design process. What we’ve found is that including storytelling in our mockups improves the communication between us and our clients.
Hiring isn’t just about bottom lines and getting work done, it’s about raising the bar in your work and maintaining trust with your clientele.