Any web designer will agree that the appearance of a website layout design can be as important as the content, and just like good (or bad) content, it can make or break a website. The best content will appear mediocre at best when the presentation is lacking.
And when it comes to presentation, there are several layers to it. There’s the resources a designer has to work with for one. Graphics, audio, fonts… they all feature into a great finished product, and their quality can make a huge difference. However, before you need to decide WHAT to put, you need to figure out WHERE to put it.
In other words, layout designing. How to set up the basic layout design of the page is one of the most important aspects to designing a site. Now, the client may well have specific wishes that they don’t want to deviate from, but more often than not, they’ll pay more attention to images, videos and the like, and less to the actual page layout design. There is a certain ‘standard’ of what is currently considered trendy, and the go-to layout.
Nowadays a lot of people are left without jobs or can’t find a steady position. That’s why many of them are turning to the Internet and decide to become front-end developers and web designers. They’ve heard there’s some serious money involved and want to get paid. But, deciding you want to become something isn’t the same as learning it, and the sooner people realize that the better. There are two question you need to ask yourself – should I become a web designer or front-end developer, and how? – and here are the answers.
Software startups today use a plethora of project management tools, and not all of them are created equal. Regardless of which one has the most bells and whistles, the shiniest marketing site, or employs the most rabid of sales representatives and evangelists, there is one value that I hold in higher regard than any other: longevity.
In any STEM discipline, a core part of an engineer’s daily work is to run sanity checks. As per that old adage, “A good programmer is one who looks both ways before crossing a one-way street.” Sanity checks are rendered somewhat less sane when a single point of truth can’t be established.
Using UUIDs in Yesod
I’ve recently been tinkering with a small web application written in Haskell with the Yesod framework. I decided I would like to use Universally Unique Identifiers for one my models, as the identifier for the model would be exposed to the user.
There are other reasons to use UUIDs, such as decentralising ID generation, but simply not giving hints as to the size of one of my database tables is enough of a reason for me.
The internet has brought us almost endless possibilities. If you want to be good at a certain thing, start a new profession or just try out something as a hobby, you can do it. There are a lot of courses to attend, books to buy or download and of course millions of YouTube videos to watch. As we are developing a product most useful for front-end web developers and designers our blog also focuses mainly on web development and web design themed articles. So we’d like to present you some of the best web development and web design tutorials you can find on YouTube. Tune in, read on and become a better web developer or web designer today!
Some of the Best Web Development and Web Design Tutorials on YouTube
Learn to code and build something amazing with easy to follow tutorials. Their goal is their goal. Codecourse wants you to learn web development in your own way by providing content that inspires you. One of the best web design tutorials resources.