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Behavioural psychologist Susan Weinschenk shares some secrets on getting people to do stuff.
Apple have always advertised the iPad as more than a content consumption device, but in reality working on it has never been very practical. Could Parallels Access change that?
Adobe is one of the biggest creators of web designer software and yet they are sending very mixed messages to the web design community.
This has nothing to do with web design but if you are a mac user you might find the way I use my mac interesting.
This week we have two reviews for the price of one. First we review the freelancing book ‘Noded’ and then take a look at a useful web application called ‘Support Details’.
Zen Coding is set of plugins for various text editors that enable you to code much faster than you normally do.
Ask anyone who has just upgraded the software on their Mac to the latest version, or even splashed out on the latest Creative Suite and they will say the same thing: Software is EXPENSIVE.
As web designers and website owners we spend a lot of time working within the web. Discover how you can streamline your browsing experience with launchbar and quix.
In my post I shared my negative experiences with Vimeo. In this video I look at the lessons we can all learn about handling customers and engaging with communities.
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why… vimeo will ban you.
Keeping up in the world of web design is tough. Things move fast and its hard to stay informed. In this post I share 10 ways that RSS can come to the rescue.
There is an increasing movement to put aside photoshop or fireworks and design directly in the browser. However, this can be difficult without the benefits of a strong grid system. This tip will help.