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Support Hacks

5 Customer Support Hacks to Try Today

For many designers, developers and agencies, customer service can be a burden, slowing down the day, stifling the creative process. It doesn’t have to be – here are five things to try today to turn support from your enemy to an ally. 1. Make Support Flow If support is frustrating, consider the perspective of the customer. They’re in…

Mutative Design: design methodology to keep users engaged for a lifetime

Meet project Phoebe, a design concept introduced a the first iteration of mutative design, a design methodology that would UI be created and evolve according to a user. with mutative design interfaces would evolve or “mutate” independent on the user’s need or actions. The design could change and be affected by whether the user’s vision,…

Popmotion, Javascript Motion Engine for Animated UI

We seen an up-and-coming trend in design that will definitely bleed into 2016 for animation incorporated into UI. With the opposite trend of static websites emerging as well, some would argue otherwise. However, with the development of CSS3 and JavaScript, we see more and more developers embracing interactive animation in their programming. The development of…

Google is Getting Up To Speed With Accelerated Mobile Pages

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is Google’s answer to Facebook’s Instant Articles. There is a sudden race to bring responsive content, in the most scalable manner, as quickly as possible to mobile. Publishers, developers, and now Google are jumping on board the quick-to-mobile bandwagon. With AMP, pages are set to load much faster than existing mobile…

Interview with Nicholas C. Zakas – Front-end Engineer (Yahoo! & Box)

We are so honored to share a fascinating interview with Nicholas C. Zakas, a front-end engineer, author, and speaker, with our readers. He is a Principal Architect at Box and has worked on and lead several projects with Yahoo! where he worked as a Front-end Tech lead for the Yahoo! homepage. Nicholas personally shares his…

Live CSS Editor offers Instant CSS Manipulation In-Browser

While many browsers have developer tools, most of then work within complex containers and have lots of excessive unused tools. Live CSS Editor is much like the Chrome Dev Tools editor, however it updates automatically with each change. You can manipulate anything in the CSS with just a few keystrokes and they changes appear in…

jQuery Audit lets you analyze jQuery from Chrome Developer Tools

Have you ever needed to find information regarding your jQuery scripts? It’s common practice to scour through code looking for a certain function that targets an element on the page, or find which callback method ran after an event. Well thankfully there’s jQuery Audit which installs as a browser extension for Google Chrome. The extension…

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