Influenced by his father, an architect, Benjamin Dauer had an early fascination with design, which came first from watching his father draw by hand and then connecting these drawings to physical space. When his father began using digital programs like AutoCAD, Benjamin became equally inspired, seeing it [...]
Posted by customerparadigm.com
I’m Jeff Finkelstein, founder of Customer Paradigm – a search marketing and Website development company in Boulder, Colorado. I’m also a professional photographer. So when Google rolled out Google Business Photos, I thought it might be a good service for some of our clients, so I went through the [...]
It's been a long time since I last coded on the server-side. In fact, if you've read some of my tutorials, you may have noticed that I use ColdFusion as my application server. While ColdFusion still works great, it definitely doesn't have the panache and coolness of newer server-side technologies like [...]
December 6, 2013
Looking back, the early 21st century will be considered the age of UX Epiphany. For nearly fifty years, we languished with knobs and buttons where styling was only the consideration of plasticized curves.
The last decade, however, has seen an onslaught of new user interfaces and associated modalities bringing [...]
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Some things in the specs have behaviours that browser makers are required to adhere to. But other areas are a bit gray, where there is no definite guidance on implementation, so sometimes the behaviour is different from browser to browser.
Take a look, for example, at the select() method, which allows you to use [...]
Have you ever created a custom post type and then found that only the titles and dates of your posts are displayed in the admin lists? While WordPress will add taxonomies for you, that’s the most it can do. Adding relevant at-a-glance information is easy; in this [...]
I know a lot of DailyJS readers who use Chrome and Safari as their main browsers, partly due to iOS and Android’s popularity, and partly because Chrome’s initial performance gains enticed them away from Firefox. The big issue over the last few years has been the fact browsers are switching to using multiple processes, [...]
Posted by Andrew_Isidoro
For a long time Google has algorithmically led users towards web pages based on search strings, yet over the past few years, we’ve seen many changes which are leading to a more data-driven model of semantic search.
In 2010 Google hit a milestone with its acquisition of Metaweb [...]