7 CSS Tools You Should Be Using

Feb 25 2015 by Jacob Gube | No Comments

CSS is getting more and more complicated to write. Thankfully, there are tools that make the task of authoring CSS a little bit easier.

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The Big Changes to Pay Attention to in AngularJS 1.3

Feb 18 2015 by Avinash Kaza | 2 Comments

AngularJS has evolved quite rapidly. Its latest release, version 1.3, nicknamed "superluminal-nudge", ushers in plenty of exciting features and improvements.

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Design Strategies for Information Dashboards

Feb 16 2015 by Sreeram Sreenivasan | No Comments

An information dashboard is a single-page display that presents key performance indicators in real-time. To make its content easier to read, a modern dashboard will often utilize information graphics such as charts and tables.

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10 Tips for Prototyping Your Designs

Feb 6 2015 by Jerry Cao | 4 Comments

Even though there’s a wide variety of prototyping techniques, they all share plenty of common ground. In this article, I’ve distilled years of prototyping tips and best practices from the best specialists in the field, as well as from our own experiences over at UXPin.

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What No One Tells You About Working From Home

Feb 4 2015 by Joshua Johnson | 20 Comments

Let’s talk about what it’s really like to work from home.

I’m sure you can easily imagine the benefits of being able to work at home, but until you’re actually there, it can be difficult to think of the downsides.

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Why You Should Use Git

Feb 2 2015 by Tobias G√ľnther | No Comments

Ever since version control systems such as Git have become widely-known and well-used, modern development processes have radically changed.

Here are some reasons why Git has the power to improve your development workflow.

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Use Cutting-Edge CSS with the Help of Myth

Jan 23 2015 by Jacob Gube | 2 Comments

Myth is an open source preprocessor that allows you to use some of the new/proposed/experimental CSS specifications being developed by W3C’s CSS working group. It does this by converting your code to CSS that’s understood by today’s web browsers.

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