1. responsive-design

    Make your website responsive, for Google’s sake

    If you’ve ever questioned whether a blog post could change the world, Ethan Marcotte’s 2010 article on responsive design provides a definitive answer. The introduction of fluid grids, flexible images, and media queries has dramatically altered the way we design and interact with the web.

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    How to make icons that make sense

    We use icons to convey ideas and actions in their most instantly recognizable terms, to save on space and lengthy explanations, and, if we’re being totally honest, because they look cool.

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    Teach yourself the basics of WordPress

    From a developer’s perspective, WordPress is a dream platform — it’s versatile, powerful and enticingly easy to use. But for the uninitiated business owner or creative, it can be a bewildering place. 

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  4. power-of-images

    Good images make for good content

    If social scientists and literacy experts are to be believed, the internet has turned us into a bunch of skimmers and scanners, capable of digesting no more than 140 characters at a time and easily derailed by memes and clickbait.

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