I bet y’all know that apps like Campaign Monitor and MailChimp have visual email builders built right into them. You drag and drop different types of content right into a layout. You edit text right within the email. It’s nice. It’s a lot nicer than editing the quagmire of HTML underneath, anyway! But not everybody needs all the rest of the features that those apps bring, like list management and the actual sending of the email. Perhaps you have an app that already handles that kind of thing. You just need to design some emails, get the final HTML, and use it in your own app. When I was looking around at email tooling, I was surprised there were a good number of apps that help just with the visual email building. Very cool. Toptol BEE free EDMdesigner RED (Responsive Email Designer) Taxi for Email I haven’t used any of…
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WordPress page builders are generally shunned by those who know how to code. They are generally bloated and slow. And you are offered very limited customization options. But what if there was a visual site builder meant for advanced, professional website designers? It turns out there is! It’s called Oxygen, and it’s quickly becoming the tool of choice for WordPress web designers. Notice that with Oxygen, you design your entire site – content, headers, footers, menus, etc. It totally replaces your WordPress theme. All pages are constructed from fundamental HTML elements – section, div, h1…6, p, span, a, img, and a few more. Then, you visually edit CSS properties to get everything looking the way you want. So unlike a typical page builder, you can design anything. It’s like hand-coding, but visually. Think Webflow, but for WordPress. To integrate with WordPress and design layouts for posts, custom post types, archives,…
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Bellingham, WA, United States
Images are important to optimize in SERPs and on-page. This image optimization guide will help elevate your digital campaign.The post 14 Image Optimization Tips You Need to Know by @RyanClutt appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
We’ve got a new installment in the decoupled Drupal project we’re working on with Elevated Third and Hoorooh. The project we’re documenting was one we worked on for Powdr Resorts, one of the largest ski operators in North America. The first installment in the series was A Deep Dive into a Decoupled Drupal 8 Project. Part two offered a radical change of altitude, from Andy Mead, Drupal Developer at Elevated Third: Decoupled Drupal: A 10,000-foot View. And now part 3 is live: Decoupled Drupal Technologies and Techniques In this episode, senior Drupal developer Joe Flores describes a common situation: a company (Powdr) that has many, slightly different sites. The solution he describes is up-to-the-minute: using Drupal multisite, Paragraphs, JSON REST API, and other related tools. Check it out for insights from the cutting edge of web development.
97209, OR, United States
What do you think of when you think Artificial Intelligence? Maybe you think of IBM’s Watson and how it won at Jeopardy a few years back. Maybe you remember hearing recently that Google’s DeepMind beat someone at a really challenging game called Go. Maybe that makes you think of Google’s self-driving cars. Regardless of exactly what you associate with AI, it is serious business.
It’s the debut of the Rework podcast!Welcome to the first episode of Rework! This podcast is based on Jason Fried and DHH’s 2010 best-selling business book, which was itself based on years of blogging. So what better way to kick off this show than talking about by-products? In this episode, Jason explains how Basecamp’s ideas have been packaged as blog posts, workshops, and books. We also visit J.H. Keeso & Sons Ltd., a 145-year-old sawmill in Ontario, Canada to see how this family-owned business sells its physical by-products.https://medium.com/media/daa37f4bfb108bdb177576c9386ecbb5/hrefWe’ll be bringing you new episodes every other Tuesday, so be sure to subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, RadioPublic, or wherever you listen. We’ll take you behind the scenes at Basecamp and bring you stories of other businesses—startups, established companies, makers of physical products, brick-and-mortar stores, and more. Follow along and let us know what you think!Sell Your By-products was originally published in…
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I was asked (by this fella on Twitter) a question about design patterns. It has an interesting twist though, related to hiring, which I hope makes for a good poll. Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post’s poll. I’ll let this run for a week or two. Then (probably) instead of writing a new post with the results, I’ll update this one with the results. Feel free to comment with the reasoning for your vote. A Poll About Pattern Libraries and Hiring is a post from CSS-Tricks
Guelph, ON, Canada
Google has made it easier than ever to test your site’s mobile-friendliness.The post Google Mobile-Friendliness Test Shortcut in Search Results by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
There are already several articles out there explaining Figma and its wide array of features. So I won’t spend too much time explaining what it is, except to say it’s an interface design tool similar to Sketch or, to a lesser extent, Photoshop. But there’s something special that sets it apart. It’s based in the browser and allows for real-time collaboration. For real. We’ve been using Figma more and more over the past several months and I wanted to give a brief breakdown of how we’ve been using it at Viget and what we love about it. Remote Whiteboarding With teams often spread across three offices, we’ve tried everything to make brainstorming, sketching, and whiteboarding without being together in person feel natural and efficient. Thanks to Hangouts, we have talking and seeing each other down. But drawing and writing together has been harder. Working together in a Google Drawing file…
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I recently was able to obtain the domain name dri.es so I decided to make the switch from buytaert.net to dri.es. I made the switch because my first name is a lot easier to remember and pronounce than my last name. It’s bittersweet because I’ve been blogging on buytaert.net for almost 12 years now. The plan is to stick with dri.es for the rest of the blog’s life so it’s worth the change. Old links to buytaert.net will automatically be redirected, but if you can, please update your RSS feeds and other links you might have to my website.
Source: Dries Buytaert www.buytaert.net
Experience with Drupal, Git, Git Flow, Drush Recipes, automation tools (Behat, TravisCI, CasperJS), module development, and front-end development for responsive…From Penn State University – Mon, 14 Aug 2017 22:18:55 GMT – View all University Park, PA jobs