Do you want to learn about WordPress file and directory structure? The core WordPress software, themes, plugins, and user uploads are all stored on your website. In this beginner’s guide, we will explain the WordPress file and directory structure. Continue reading “Beginner’s Guide to WordPress File and Directory Structure”
Today’s freebie is incredible useful for any UX designer. It is a tool for creating sitemaps, user flows and interaction design schemes. Wyre Dark is a Free Wireframing UI Kit of 126 cards. Get a complete pack of vector web layout cards, arrows, action tiles and badges that will help you with sketching your sitemaps. All assets come in AI, EPS, and SVG formats. We thank for providing us with this wonderful freebie. Continue reading “Wyre – Web Free Wireframing UI Kit”
WordPress 4.5 has just been officially released, named ‘Coleman’ to honor the jazz musician Coleman Hawkins. We have a quick list of what’s in that release. Continue reading “What’s New in WordPress 4.5”
WordPress leaves every other CMS far behind in so many ways it’s surreal. From huge businesses to global communities and large chain of eCommerce stores; anything you throw at this platform, it can handle.
There aren’t many that could contain this level of versatility. Continue reading “5 Reasons That Make WordPress Better Than Other CMSs”
There is a myth that WordPress sites are generally not secure. It may be one of the reasons why government agencies usually steer clear of the WordPress platform. However, WordPress core security is good and kept so by consistent upgrades and security patches on a regular basis (one might say that WordPress runs their software updates more often than any other open source CMS developer out there). It is the casual attitude (or outright unawareness) of site owners towards security that is making the WordPress security problem so prominent. Continue reading “How to Recover a Hacked WordPress Site”
A web app that isn’t easy to use will not win many hearts.
But designing a user-friendly interface is no joke either.
What do my users want? How will they discover all the awesome features I have? How can I manage to convert them from casual browsers into product evangelists? Which colors should I pick? And fonts? And the list goes on…
What comes to mind when you see the term ? Where do you focus all your energy when you’re trying to improve your search rankings?
Most people focus a large proportion of their time on “keywords” and not much else.
However, if you’ve been working diligently on keyword optimization but are still not getting the results you want, you may need to consider other factors that affect search engine ranking. Continue reading “13 Super-Easy Ways to Immediately Improve Your SEO”
Boom is a relatively new start up that is trying to make supersonic travel a reality. Supersonic to the tune of 2.6x the speed of sound. This would mean trips from New York to London would be possible in 3.5 hours, and SF to Tokyo in 4.5. Continue reading “Make Supersonic Travel a Reality”
Everlane is one of the greatest brands around. They do nearly everything right and in style. Their new minimal San Francisco HQ is no different. Converting an 8,000 square foot 1920s-era laundry facility into a gorgeous workspace, their team crushed this project.
Here’s a look inside. Continue reading “Everlane’s New Minimal San Francisco HQ”
One of the a-ha moments for me and my side projects was finding out there existed a tool that could for me.
Are there things you’re doing today that could be handled or improved with technology?
It’s kind of a tough question, e.g. “you don’t know what you don’t know.” To know these things, there are a couple great resources that I’ve turned to in order to open my mind to the automation tools that are out there. Continue reading “Discover New Tools with Benefits”