Happy October and Friday Focus! This week we’re looking at designs that incorporate illustrations you see in old books, which give a quirky yet nostalgic effect.
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Have you considered outsourcing development work?
Twitter has just turned three but it it’s still the most talked about webapp in ages. That’s because people are constantly coming up with ways to extract, arrange, and present its data. Let’s take a look at some nicely designed 3rd-party websites that harness its power.
Let’s have websites with boxed-in content this week. How were these designed to produce such neatly-arranged yet still visually interesting content?
Let’s take a look at websites that look like they were built with stuff found in your office stationery. Welcome to this week’s edition of Friday Focus!
When your site has been half asleep for an extended period of time, it can be a struggle returning to the bustling community you once were. Thankfully, there are a few suggestions and ideas which might just help your site return back to the good ‘ol days. We have all faced it – and extremely [...]
There are a few issues we’d like to update everyone on, and I thought I’d cover them today. As many of you frequent visitors may know, we’re beginning the process of putting together the next version of Devlounge, DL3, which will be a total remake of the site. With it will come multiple staff changes [...]
Is paying for content and forum members really worth it?
Our own little perspective on what it takes to make it into the 9Rules Network, as round 4 of submissions nears on May 17th.
Everyone is wondering, where is the content? Well, as you know, this week has been about making under the hood changes and stuff. Everything has been going over pretty smoothly, so this weekend you can expect many more articles to be posted. We are also still in need of content writers (can’t do it all [...]
Paul touches up his article on blogging content and expands to demonstrate how to make your website content and design even better.