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User research helps companies make higher quality software faster and more cost-effectively. However, there can sometimes be resistance to the up-front costs of running UX studies. This article equips you with some of the tools you will need to run the right kind of research study. This helps a research team run high quality, reliable studies that have a real impact on design and product decisions. Product and design teams make a lot of decisions. Early on...

About The Author Zara Cooper is a software developer and technical writer who enjoys sharing what she learns as a developer with others. When she’s got time to spare, she enjoys … More about Zara …[1] Pug is a template engine that allows you to write cleaner templates with less repetition. In Angular, you can use Pug to write component templates and improve a project’s development workflow. In this article, Zara Cooper explains what Pug is and how...

About The Author Eric is a Boston-based designer who helps create straightforward solutions that address a person’s practical, physical, cognitive, and emotional needs. More about Eric Bailey …[1] An equivalent experience is one that has been deliberately conceived of and built to be able to be used by the widest possible range of people. To create an equivalent experience, you must understand all the different ways people interact with technology, as well as common barriers they experience. If you...

About The Author Suzanne Scacca is a former WordPress implementer, trainer and agency manager who now works as a freelance copywriter. She specializes in crafting marketing, web … More about Suzanne Scacca …[1] A desk is an essential piece of equipment for a web designer. Without it, you’d end up working from wobbly tables at cafes or staring down at your lap all day — uncomfortable options, to say the least. Then again, your desk could also cause...

About The Author Front-end developer based in Lagos, Nigeria. He enjoys converting designs into code and building things for the web. More about Timi …[1] In this tutorial, we will learn how to make a request in our Nuxt.js applications using the Axios module. We will also learn how to use the ayncData and fetch methods to fetch data on the server-side using Axios and the differences between the two methods. Finally, we will learn how to add...

About The Author Tilo Mitra studied Engineering at the University of Waterloo. He is an Engineering Manager and a Software Engineer. He’s been writing in JavaScript … More about Tilo …[1] Tailwind is a popular utility-first CSS framework that provides low-level class names to web developers. It does not have any JavaScript and works well with existing frameworks such as React, Vue, Angular, Ember, and others. Whilst this is positive, it can be confusing for new developers to...

About The Author Suzanne Scacca is a former WordPress implementer, trainer and agency manager who now works as a freelance copywriter. She specializes in crafting marketing, web … More about Suzanne Scacca …[1] Great logo design can do incredible things for the company behind it. Set the tone for the brand. Improve memorability. Help users emotionally connect to the brand. Create consistency between all marketing channels. Set it apart from the competition. But as a web designer, do...

In this ninth issue of Inspired Design Decisions, Andy Clarke will explain how studying the work of Max Huber — one of the less well known but most distinguished Swiss designers — will teach you how to turn mundane subjects into exciting visual communication. Years ago, I wished I could work on advertising projects for household names because I thought that above-the-line work would bring creative satisfaction. I’ve been lucky to work with many well-known businesses and...

About The Author Kelvin Omereshone is the CTO at Quru Lab. Kelvin was formerly a Front-end engineer at myPadi.ng. He’s the creator of Nuxtjs Africa community and very passionate … More about Kelvin …[1][2] In this article, Kelvin Omereshone introduces you to machines, an open standard for JavaScript functions. At the end of this article, you should be familiar with what machines are and how to implement them. As developers, we always seek ways to do our job better,...

About The Author Independent developer for 16 years. Sold out to corporations. Jack of all trades, master of none. More of the last part. Founder and chief-editor of the … More about Anton …[1] It’s not enough to optimize an application. You need to prevent performance from degradation, and the first step to do it is to make performance changes visible. In this article, Anton Nemtsev shows a couple of ways of showing them in the GitLab merge requests. Performance degradation is...