5 Tips to be a better Email Marketing Manager
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It’s sometimes hard for a marketing manager to move into email marketing management, going into it head down can sometimes even cause a melt down on their first campaign. Doing email marketing is special, you have a lot of tools available but at the same time you are dealing with a very outdated technology. Here […]

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5 Tips to be a Better Web Designer
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Here on BWD Blog, I don’t want to just give you standard advice that you’ve heard before, although there is value in that. I still refresh myself on things I learnt years ago. Alongside that, hearing advice multiple times helps it settle in more as it takes 7 times to retain new information. Saying that, […]

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Trashing the Trash Talk on your website
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Clean Talk is an antispam plugin for website owners and designers. Website owners who run websites that allow comments face a major problem: spambots tend to flood comments sections, filling them with ads and irritating regular visitors. Some websites use captchas and other tools to filter out spambots, but this also annoys visitors who just […]

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Control your Web Apps with your Smartphone
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The smartness of the smartphone is limited only to your imagination and to push the boundaries further YCHacks released a javascript webapp that allows interacting with the webapp from your smartphone. Nunchuck.js is a library for mobile web-based control of browser applications. It’s easy multi-device data synchronization through the browser. They provide a library that […]

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Add Windows Tiles to you Website
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Windows is hot again; not only because of its recent product unveilings, but also because of its striking direction in design language and interface. You may already be familiar with the Start screen on Windows Phone, upon which it shows so-called Tiles.  “A Tile is an image that represents your app on the Start screen.” – […]

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Responsive Fonts for the Responsive Web
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We all want to design great typographic experiences. We also want to serve users on an increasing range of devices and contexts. But today’s webfonts tie our responsive sites and applications to inflexible type that doesn’t scale. As a result, our users get poor reading experiences and longer loading times from additional font weights. As […]

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Microsoft’s Next-Gen Web Browser
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Last week, Microsoft made its biggest announcement for the web since it first introduced Internet Explorer in 1995: a new browser, codenamed “Project Spartan.” So, what does this mean for us as designers and developers? What rendering engine will Spartan be using, and how will it affect our work? We spoke with Jacob Rossi, the […]

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The “One Web” approach
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You’ve probably heard people say we’re living in a “post-PC world.” What does that mean for web developers? It means that 30% to 50% of your website’s traffic now comes from mobile devices. It means that soon, desktop and laptop users will be in a minority on the web. How do we deal with this […]

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The Very First Website is Online Again
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Twenty years ago today CERN published a statement that made the World Wide Web freely available to everyone. To celebrate that moment in history, CERN is bringing the very first website back to life at its original URL. If you’d like to see the very first webpage Tim Berners-Lee and the WWW team ever put […]

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