A Unified Styling Language

Go to Source This article by Mark Dalgleish will go down as one of the most important front-end development articles of 2017. It’s about the hot topic that is “CSS in JavaScript”. Mark walks us through how that’s actually not a simple and singular idea, but a continuum of concepts and implementations. There are lots […]

Snap Animation States

Go to Source There are many ways to make icons for a website. Inline SVG is scalable, easy to modify with CSS, and can even be animated. If you’re interested in learning more about the merits of using inline SVG, I recommend reading Inline SVG vs Icon Fonts. With ever increasing browser support, there’s never […]

7 Actionable Ways to Get Consistent Freelance Development Work

Go to sourceWith the tight competition in the freelance WordPress development space, you shouldn’t expect paid work to just fall in your lap. You need to go after it. But finding clients and sourcing consistent work is a challenge. Especially when you’re just starting out and you haven’t developed a network of connections you can […]

How You Can Compete Against DIY Site Builders

Go to Source How does the little guy compete? How do you win against these giant companies? It’s inevitable right? The big guy always wins. Walmart decimated the Mom & Pops. Home Depot killed the local hardware stores. And now, it’s your turn. Squarespace, and Wix, and Webydo, and a dozen others are winning and […]

Freebie: EGO Illustrations (AI, Sketch, SVG)

Go to Source We are very happy to share an exclusive illustration set with you to celebrate the EGO icons launch! These unique illustrations have an iconic and angular look like the EGO icons and they can be used for articles, websites and other design projects. We hope you like them! About the Illustrations This […]