Posts Tagged:iPad

rfp-robotRFP ROBOT: Website Request for Proposal Generator

The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?

Have no fear, RFP Robot is here. He will walk you through a step-by-step process to help you work through the details of your project and create a PDF formatted website design RFP that will provide the information vendors need to write an accurate bid. RFP Robot will tell you what info you should include, point out pitfalls, and give examples.


What’s new in Basecamp for iOS

Basecamp 3.5.1 is now available in the App Store. If you’re already a pro with Basecamp on your iPhone and iPad, you’re going to love this release. If you haven’t tried it yet, now is a great time to start taking advantage of these new time-saving features. While you’re installing the latest update, read this quick look at what’s new…Swipe for your next unreadWhen you’ve got a bunch of unreads on Hey! and you’re cranking through them, it can feel like a chore to tap an unread, read it, then go back and tap the next one. Now you can simply tap an unread and when you’re done reading it, swipe-left to go to the next one! Repeat until you’re done. Here’s how it looks:1. Tap an unread, 2. Tap OK, 3. Swipe-left to load the next one!Search inside BasecampYou probably already know you can swipe-down or swipe-left from the Home screen on your iOS…

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New in Basecamp 3 for iOS 3.4.1

You know that with the Android app getting updated so recently, that an update to the iOS app was not far behind. In fact, the iOS team (Jason Z, Tara, Dylan and Zach) launched the latest version last week! It’s got a sweet set of new features I’m excited to share with you.Hey! Who Moved My Pings?In previous versions of the app, Pings were a little harder to find and challenging to start. Now Pings are smartly located in the Hey section, right at the top. You’ll see a row of avatars for your most recent pings. You can quickly start a new one or swipe through previous Pings.You can also quick swipe on items in the Hey menu to mark them as read:Docs and Files List ViewThe team also added a list view for Docs & Files, with new file icons, smoother re-ordering, tap to preview images, and swipe to move and archive.https://medium.com/media/db8b86ef6deee8f9f11c7f1acb5ea7e6/hrefThese updates, along…

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Mobile, Small, Portrait, Slow, Interlace, Monochrome, Coarse, Non-Hover, First

A month ago I explored the importance of relying on Interaction Media Features to identify the user’s ability to hover over elements or to detect the accuracy of their pointing device, meaning a fine pointer like a mouse or a coarse one like a finger. But it goes beyond the input devices or the ability to hover; the screen refresh rate, the color of the screen, or the orientation. Making assumptions about these factors based on the width of the viewport is not reliable and can lead to a broken interface. I’ll take you on a journey through the land of Media Query Level 4 and explore the opportunities that the W3C CSS WG has drafted to help us deal with all the device fruit salad madness. Media queries Media queries, in a nutshell, inform us about the context in which our content is being displayed, allowing us to scope…

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Building a CSS Grid Overlay

Let’s take a look at what it takes to build a grid overlay with CSS. It will be responsive, easily customizable and make heavy use of CSS variables (known more accurately as “CSS custom properties”). If you aren’t familiar with custom properties, I’d highly recommend reading What is the difference between CSS variables and preprocessor variables? and watching Lea Verou’s enlighting talk on using them. This grid overlay that we’re building will consider a developer tool, as in, a tool just for us, not really our users. So, let’s not worry too much about browser support (If you do care, check out caniuse… data on custom properties). While it’s impossible to preprocess custom properties to behave exactly the same as native support, if you use them just like you would preprocessor variables, tools like the postCSS plugin cssnext can transform them into CSS compliant with older browsers. Preface A couple…

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7 Exciting Adobe Photoshop Express UI Updates For Better Image Editing

Ever since its creation in 1988 by Thomas and John Knoll, Adobe Photoshop has been an extremely useful tool for graphic designers and layout artists who are looking for a powerful application to generate fantastic images. These days, the power of Photoshop is now made available through a lighter version called Adobe Photoshop Express. What is Adobe Photoshop Express? Adobe Photoshop Express is a free image editing web and mobile application that enables users to edit images using practically any kind of device (running on Windows, iOS, or Android). It uses some of the basic but powerful features of the native Photoshop program, but in a lighter app (and again, it’s free!). The app interface recently got a whole design makeover after the last one back in 2014. The new interface was developed to match the increasing demand with regards to mobile photography along with today’s design standards. Adobe Photoshop…

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Pinterest Marketing

With the ever-growing list of social media sites available to start marketing on, it’s often difficult to choose which ones you want to actually prioritize. Facebook is almost always a given for brands to start with, and Instagram and Twitter are normally ranked high too. Pinterest marketing has also been skyrocketing to popularity amongst marketers. This step-by-step guide to Pinterest marketing is going to provide marketers and businesses with everything they need to build a strong content marketing presence on the platform—including how to get your individual pins noticed. In our January 2017 update, we’ve added sections on getting your pins noticed, Facebook and Pinterest integration, buyable pins,  Pinterest’s Promoted Pins- and more! If you are here just for the tutorial on Promoted Pins you can click here and go straight to the point! But why don’t you take a coffee and refresh your memory going through the whole guide?…

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Best Buy vs. The Apple Store

A recent shopping experience that really surprised meI was captivated when Apple opened its first set of physical retail stores in 2001. I’ve never owned a retail business, but I worked a variety of retail jobs growing up. What Apple did with retail was different.I’ve always been endlessly fascinated by retail. Watching people browse, seeing how people choose what to buy, seeing how moving stuff around in a store can have significant effects on purchasing patterns, etc. Paco Underhill’s Why We Buy is one of my favorite books of all time.When Apple finally opened one in the Chicago area over a decade ago, I rushed over there. I was in awe. What a unique retail experience. Just wonderful.And for years I enjoyed visiting the stores. Whenever I needed something Apple, I’d go there. I’d rearrange my schedule to shop at an Apple Store.But in the last few years, the stores have really…

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Pure CSS Horizontal Scrolling

The following is a guest post by Pieter Biesemans. Pieter is a front-end developer at Audience where he loves styling things with SCSS. He’s going to dig into what I’d call a bonafide CSS trick. The web is a rather vertical place. You read a web site like you read a physical page: left to right, top to bottom. But sometimes, you want to step away from the verticality of it all and do something crazy: make a horizontal list. Or even crazier, a horizontal site! I’d be nice if we could do something like this: /* This isn’t real */ div { scroll-direction: horizontal; } Unfortunately, that’s not going to happen. It’s not even on the roadmap for CSS. That’s too bad, as at the company I work for this would be quite useful. We do quite a few web presentations. Presentations are a very horizontal thing – usually…

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+>Gratis+>[email protected] – Groningen Live Kijken 05/11/2016

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25 Best Minimal Shopify Themes

Setting up an online store takes a lot of work and but by using a redesigned Shopify theme you can save yourself a ton of time, money and hassle. It is crucial that you get the design, navigation, search functionality, customer management, shipping and payment integration right if you want to maximise your revenues when selling online.  Shopify has years of design and coding experience within the ecommerce niche so rather than pay a web designer to code a new site from scratch you should check out these designs. They have all been chosen for their minimal and clean styles. We also have a longer list of 70 great shopify themes here which vary in style. If you are still not sure about using Shopify for your online store you may also want to check out Shopify’s biggest competitor Magento or using WordPress with WooCommerce.   Jumpstart Open Sesame is a versatile…

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Apple vs. Adobe: The Saga of Flash

For many developers, the public feud between Apple and Adobe over the last couple of years has been hard. Apple’s ban on Adobe Flash meant that development time for the iPhone and iPad would cost developers extra time and money, along with the giant headache of using several technologies to develop one mobile project on several different platforms. But, just when it seemed like the headache was becoming too much, Apple suddenly changed their minds and reversed the ban last month.

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