pluralsight.com

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Tech courses generally worth following.

code.visualstudio.com

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Visual studio code – light weight IDE for coders.

cssgradient.io

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CSS gradient tool.

usabilitycounts.com

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Usability UX tips for web developers.

What to Look for in a UX Mentor: Five Tips

1 May 2022 @ 10:04 pm

Career management is needed for all levels because seeing the path of others before you helps set your journey. Mentorship has shaped much of my career in very positive ways, and can do the same for you. You just finished reading What to Look for in a UX Mentor: Five Tips! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post What to Look for in a UX Mentor: Five Tips appeared first on Usability Counts.

Download Free User Experience Templates to Use

24 August 2017 @ 5:04 am

One task that pained me early on while teaching was watching students scour the Internet for templates they could use to do user research, create site maps, and record usability tests -- especially documents that could be used by using free collaborative tools. So I created my own. You just finished reading Download Free User Experience Templates to Use! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post Download Free User Experience Templates to Use appeared first on

What to Answer Before Designing Anything

21 February 2017 @ 7:55 pm

Design thinking is more framework and less process. It is a set of guideposts so you have a pretty good idea of where you going, and can adjust when it's appropriate. You just finished reading What to Answer Before Designing Anything! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post What to Answer Before Designing Anything appeared first on Usability Counts.

Six Tips Before Moving to Seattle as a UX Professional

4 June 2015 @ 2:36 pm

You’ve heard all the nightmares: it rains all the time, the traffic is really bad, Microsoft and Amazon dominate the job market, the male to female ratio is so bad the dating scene isn’t, yadda yadda. However, if you’re one of the California natives that can work through some of these, read on. You just finished reading Six Tips Before Moving to Seattle as a UX Professional! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post Six Tips Before Moving to Seattle as a UX Professional ap

The UX Interview: How to Crush It

29 January 2014 @ 4:40 pm

Interviewing presents incredible opportunities where designers can take control of the interview. Run the interview preparation through the user experience process, and you’ll be ahead of the pack every time. You just finished reading The UX Interview: How to Crush It! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post The UX Interview: How to Crush It appeared first on Usability Counts.

Your Mobile Design Strategy: Responsive, Adaptive, Native, or Not At All?

8 January 2014 @ 3:28 pm

Responsive design is a buzzword in User Experience. Adoption is moving at blazing speed. Designers are blogging all kinds of advice about what mobile strategy we should follow. But really, mobile first for everything? You just finished reading Your Mobile Design Strategy: Responsive, Adaptive, Native, or Not At All?! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post Your Mobile Design Strategy: Responsive, Adaptive, Native, or Not At All? appeared first on

UX Portfolios: How To Tell Your Story

11 December 2013 @ 6:38 am

How to build a great user experience design portfolio and tell stories that get you hired. By Troy Parke and Patrick Neeman, presented at the Seattle Information Architecture & User Experience Meetup December 10, 2013. Thank you Misty Melissa Weaver for inviting us! You just finished reading UX Portfolios: How To Tell Your Story! Consider […] You just finished reading UX Portfolios: How To Tell Your Story! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post UX Portfolios: How To Tell Your Story appeared fir

Startup Weekend: Five Tips How to Ship

22 November 2013 @ 5:43 pm

Watching people build their ideas is a wonderful experience. I've gone through Startup Weekend myself: I participated in the Los Angeles 2009 event, and learned a lot about working with a team in a time compressed environment. You just finished reading Startup Weekend: Five Tips How to Ship! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post Startup Weekend: Five Tips How to Ship appeared first on Usability Counts.

Infographic: So You Want to Do a Startup

14 November 2013 @ 2:00 am

Yup, that’s about right. You just finished reading Infographic: So You Want to Do a Startup! Consider leaving a comment!Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide You just finished reading Infographic: So You Want to Do a Startup! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post Infographic: So You Want to Do a Startup appeared first on Usability Counts.

Dogs & Cats: How Product Managers Can Work Better with UX Designers

26 October 2013 @ 6:20 pm

Thank you for all those attended this session at Product Camp Seattle 2013. You just finished reading Dogs & Cats: How Product Managers Can Work Better with UX Designers! Consider leaving a comment!Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide You just finished reading Dogs & Cats: How Product Managers Can Work Better with UX Designers! Consider leaving a comment! Stuff to check out UX Drinking Game | UX Resume and Career Guide The post Dogs & Cats: How Product Managers Can Work Better

guru99.com

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Free tutorials for most things tech.

stackshare.io

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Dev / Production stacks for all to see. Handy tool to see what software is trending today.

bennettfeely.com/clippy

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CSS Clippy for clipping your images with CSS.

techrights.org

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The rights of tech. Patents and legal news. Defending digital freedom and exposing corruption.

Matthew Garrett, Cambridge & Debian: female colleague was afraid

20 April 2024 @ 9:44 am

Reprinted with permission from disguised.work

David Graeber, village wives & Debian Outreachy internships

20 April 2024 @ 9:40 am

Reprinted with permission from disguised.work

Neil McGovern & Ruby Central part ways

20 April 2024 @ 9:35 am

Reprinted with permission from disguised.work

Over at Tux Machines...

20 April 2024 @ 6:22 am

GNU/Linux news for the past day

IRC Proceedings: Friday, April 19, 2024

20 April 2024 @ 6:21 am

IRC logs for Friday, April 19, 2024

The Latest Wave of Microsoft Crime, Bribes, and Fraud (updated)

20 April 2024 @ 12:04 am

Microsoft is still an evil, highly corrupt company

Gemini Links 19/04/2024: Kolibri OS and OpenBSD

19 April 2024 @ 11:17 pm

Links for the day

[Video] Novell and Microsoft 45 Years Later (updated)

19 April 2024 @ 10:56 pm

what happened in 2006 when Novell's Ron Hovsepian (who had come from IBM) sealed the company's sad fate by taking the advice of Microsoft moles

kenwheeler.github.io/slick/

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The one and only slider & carousel for the web.

cdnjs.com

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Content delivery network for JavaScript sources.