Web designers who want to make passive income are in a very good situation right now. Most businesses nowadays commit significant resources towards their websites. This means that the demand for web design skills is higher than ever. It also means that there are plenty of opportunities for web designers to create streams of passive income by leveraging their existing skills and experience.
To celebrate the launch of their newest web app, NotifySnack, SnackTools is giving away three 1-year VIP memberships that will allow the winners to use NotifySnack (as well as other web tools in the SnackTools suite of web apps). A 1-year VIP membership is $168. Read this post to learn how you can win a free SnackTools VIP membership for one year.
Over the last two years of working at Buffer, I’ve come to learn that there are a few preconceived notions, stereotypes, clichés, and commonsense knowledge about startups that simply aren’t true.
I’d like to share some myths that I’ve discovered while working at a tech startup.
We ran a giveaway offering up 10 commercial licenses to Jumpeye framework, a responsive web design grid framework for building modern websites. In this post, you’ll find out who the winners of the giveaway are.
We’ve finally hit the 500,000-user mark at Buffer, a product that helps you share on your social media networks more efficiently. About two years ago when we started on our path to building Buffer, we knew we’d be meeting obstacles and making mistakes along the way.
One of the main things we’ve kept in mind is that making mistakes is unavoidable and that if we choose to learn from them, they’ll be helpful in giving us good guidance on how to move forward more effectively.
And I believe that it’s partly because of these mistakes that we were able to get to where we are today.
There’s a debate over which technique of creating mobile-ready websites is the best.
Google advocates creating responsive web designs, while Jakob Nielsen, a renowned usability consultant, endorses the creation of dedicated mobile sites (but he was subsequently slammed by some web designers).
A third option is also gaining in popularity, where the web server renders the appropriate HTML and CSS from the same URL depending on the device a web page on the site is being requested from (which has been referred to as responsive design + server side components).
Our giveaway of three dot grid books from Dotgrid.co has recently ended. We had over 170 Six Revisions readers participate in this giveaway! In this post, you’ll get a chance to see who the three lucky winners are.