Many companies are heads-down in their product development process. It makes sense — building a great product takes not only hard work, but collaboration across teams, especially in larger organizations
This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Using Preprocessors With WordPress I’ve been working with WordPress for three years, but it wasn’t until a year ago that I got serious about WordPress development. Specifically, I’m passionate about child theming and spend much of my time working in theme development.
Perhaps the hardest project you could ever take on is designing the website of an online news magazine. One of those sites that gets updated umpteen times a day and publishes various formats of content, like news articles, image galleries, videos, blog columns, polls, etc.
Food photography, while being a specialized type of still life art form, has already formed its own following. From amateurs taking pictures of what they had for lunch to award-winning photographers celebrating a collection of cultures, food photography has us engaged. The art of food photography is a precise one as well, requiring understanding of spacing, distance, color, and focus.
There are only a few Early Bird tickets left for our fantastic new workshop led by Instructor Tom McFarlin: Introduction to WordPress Plugin Development Are you an aspiring WordPress developer? Are you ready to take the next step and start building your own custom plugins for WordPress? Our newest Tuts+ Live Workshop is the perfect way to get started! Tom is going to teach you how to write a WordPress plugin that connects to the is.gd API in order to implement an alternative URL shortner to the built-in wp.me shortner
It is that time of the week again, a chance for you to sit back and enjoy some of our favorite web and mobile designs from this past week. And of course, don’t forget to click the ‘Change Viewport’ button to explore each site in detail. Roynel.co Roynel.co → WNDRMNT (Responsive) WNDRMNT → Change Viewport ZURB (Responsive) ZURB → Change Viewport Hyperkit (Responsive) Hyperkit → Change Viewport Profission Profission → #Music.Twitter (Responsive) #Music.Twitter → Change Viewport Yahoo! Weather (iOS App) Yahoo! Weather → Hike (iOS, Android & Windows Mobile App) Hike → Do you have a website or an app that deserves a place in our Weekly Web & Mobile Creativity column
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Design Patterns in WordPress In this series, we’re taking a look at design patterns and how we can leverage them to our advantage when building products on top of WordPress. The nice thing about design patterns is that they aren’t explicitly limited to themes or plugins – they are handy in a variety of different scenarios.
Sometimes, you may get a client who wants you to do something that you’re just not comfortable with. We all want to please our clients, but how do you please a client who, say, really wants you to directly copy another company’s logo design or sales copy
This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series After the Content If we’re saying that content is “king”, social media might as well be the “queen”. We can safely claim that social media is the most efficient way to spread the content around the web, in our time. In this post, we’re going to cover how and why we should include a “Share This” section with our content
You have probably heard that PHP is much easier to learn than any other programming languages, such as Java or the .NET languages, not to mention Perl, but if you are new to PHP, it can be daunting. If you are new to PHP, we are here to help. The first block of tutorials are more general and cover the basics of PHP as a language, such as variables, conditionals, HTML forms, loops, arrays, strings, functions… While the second block of tutorials are all about performing a particular task, such as creating captchas, building forms, and even building a complete CMS.