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Scrum in modern web development

Before the Industrial Revolution, most goods were produced by hand by a single person. Master craftsmen labored over their work, producing a finished product they could be accountable for and proud of. Mass-production led to the assembly line, in which each person was assigned a step, and their job was to do that step over and over again with the resulting in many finished products. It’s the reason a car can be built in a single automobile factory assembly line every 20 minutes. Although it produces...

7 Web Development Trends to Watch for in 2016

Web development and design moves at the speed of technology. What does the industry have in store for 2016? Tomorrow looks promising, with cutting edge web development trends that boost the look and navigability of your website. 1) Parallax scrolling gets more intuitive ... Scrolling web pages can be annoying. Many people who use the computer frequently use a mouse wheel or shortcut keys to scroll, but generally, most people use the scroll button on the side of the page. This cuts down on the user experience;...

Introducing the Frankensite

These days recycling is all the rage, and one of the more interesting things to note is you can recycle just about anything. In this article, I’m going to introduce you to a new kind of recycling: the Frankensite! “What the heck is a Frankensite?” you ask. A Frankensite, as the name implies, is a kind of monster. You make an entirely new website from the decomposed remains of other websites, selecting only the choicest parts. Now take note, because this is very important... I am not talking about plagiarism....

How Google changes will affect your page structure

A large number of new websites—perhaps even the overwhelming majority of them—have started to take on a really familiar look: there is a navigation bar at the top of the screen—usually inverse in color to the rest of the page—followed by a huge carousel of images (both in terms of physical size and the number of images it contains), often some kind of hideous Google AdSense advertisements, and then finally, if we're lucky, there will be some actual content to read before we have to reach for the...

How to successfully implement modal windows

I know what you're thinking. “I hate pop-ups and they are annoying.” While that may be true for you, and I often think so too, the truth is that they work. I use them on my own website, and they are extremely useful and successful. Looking at the numbers, they can’t be beaten. The thing about pop-ups or modal windows is that you have to use them the right way. Today, we’ll be exploring some tips for modal popup design and implementation. Methods ... There are several methods for triggering pop-ups....

A backend developer’s guide to UI design

For a backend developer, designing a user interface for an application can be difficult, primarily because you are not a hundred per cent comfortable with what you are doing. It’s like writing using your left hand when you’re a righty. However, with the inception of frontend toolkits and frameworks, UI design has become a little bit more convenient for backend developers like you. Because of open source UI frameworks like Bootstrap, Foundation and Yahoo’s PureCSS, building the interface...
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