For most developers, cross-browser testing is standard practice to ensure sites reach as many users as possible. But what about language translation? No matter which language you speak, foreign languages are spoken by over 60% of internet users. If a browser had a 60% market share, would you support it?
In the current economy, there are millions of people looking for work, and designers and developers are no exception. Some people are looking for full-time employment and others for freelance opportunities, but whatever the case may be, industry-specific job boards can be a great source for opportunities.
This article is geared towards anyone looking to implode under the crushing weight of unsustainable business practices, unreasonable client expectations, long hours for little pay, and a general sense of bewilderment as you ponder what went wrong. While that may not be you today, you may identify with one or more of these afflictions. Are you already recalling your worst client and the headaches they have caused? Here are some of the ways that you can hurt yourself as a web professional.
Last week SnackTools provided a chance to win 1000 points to their suite of design tools to five Six Revisions readers. There were a little over 80 participants vying for a chance to win a thousand points by sharing how they’d use the points if they’d won. In this post, we announce the five Six Revisions readers who’ve won.
Last week we hosted a giveaway by Kentico for a full license of Kentico CMS (valued at $1,999). There were over 80 participants eager to win this awesome prize by citing what feature of Kentico they were most interested in. Today we announce the Six Revisions reader that won this giveaway.