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The car F1 drivers buy

Have you ever wondered what type of car Formula One drivers have as a weekend toy? Here’s a prime example. Aussie ace Mark Webber and other speed demons have one of these stashed in their garages because it’s one of the few road cars with enough power to give them a fright.

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Stop ‘delivering’ software with Agile — it doesn’t work

Clickbait-y title or not — i’ve got some stern truths for you.Photo by Jason Rosewell on UnsplashLet me start by asking you a question.Are you delivering software with Agile methods?Yes? Great! I imagine you’re doing the following?Do you work in some kind of set phases, either in sprints that last anywhere...

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Google: Taking Old Content & Relabeling It As New Is A Bad SEO Hack

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter, with the disclaimer of him putting his user hat on (not Google hat), that relabeling old content as new, without any additional changes is a bad SEO hack. He said it is bad for the user, causes frustration when they find out and doesn't give your users the respect they deserve, he...

You Now Have a Chance to Help Run an Old Spice Marketing Meeting

If you've ever had a hankering to join Old Spice's marketing team to chip in on the myriad wacky ideas that make their way to the consumer universe, now is the time to rejoice. The brand is hosting the Old Spice Boardroom livestream on their YouTube page today (Aug. 15) starting at 6 p.m. ET...

Forget me not: 3 steps to make your PPC ads more memorable

What makes text ads memorable? Contributor Purna Virji looks at ways to keep text ads fresh and top of mind by optimizing ad targeting and implementing ad extensions.
The post Forget me not: 3 steps to make your PPC ads more memorable appeared first on Marketing Land.

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When Is the Best Time to Post on Instagram in 2018? [Cheat Sheet]

In high school, one of my friends was determined to find the perfect time to post her Instagram photos to maximize the amount of likes she got. She was surprisingly scientific about it, posting at different times of the day and jotting down each of her posts’ “likes per minute”. After weeks of testing, she...

The Latest Evolution of Facebook: The Marketing Low-Down on 5 Recent Changes

From the Russian ad debacle to the Cambridge Analytica scandal to suffering a major stock price blow just a few short weeks ago, Facebook has been making less-than-stellar headlines the past few months. Users are concerned about their privacy and how their data is being used—and brands and marketers are wondering...

How to Use Pinterest Search Ads

Want more visibility on Pinterest? Wondering how to use Pinterest search ads to promote your products and services? In this article, you’ll discover how to use Pinterest search ads to reach your ideal customers. What Are Pinterest Search Ads? Pinterest is a search and discovery tool. Users can actively search for...

Tech

The Fitbit Charge 3: Everything we know (so far)

Fitbit is reportedly launching another fitness tracker -- the Fitbit Charge 3. The new wearable is expected to include a touchscreen display, connected GPS, the ability to reply to text messages, and more. Here's everything we know about it.

Design

Amazing Grace – Aretha Franklin

Contributed by Matthijs SluiterSource: http://www.45worlds.com License: All Rights Reserved. Front, inside and back of Aretha Franklin's gatefold double album Amazing Grace. Title set in ITC Pioneer, other text set in Futura. “Miss Franklin” is credited for all lead vocals, all arrangements, as a co-producer and as a...

“Master Of Eyes” – Aretha Franklin

Photo(s) by “Klaus Hiltscher” on Flickr.Source: https://www.flickr.com Uploaded to Flickr by Klaus Hiltscher and tagged with “binner” and “titania”. License: All Rights Reserved. “Master Of Eyes (The Deepness Of Your Eyes)” is a song by Aretha Franklin, produced with Quincy Jones. The single was released...

5 Brand Logo Redesigns That Pissed People Off

Burberry recently released its first wordmark redesign in two decades, from famed British designer Peter Saville, and the general reaction was ... less than enthusiastic. Upon the new logo's unveiling, Riccardo Tisci, CCO at Burberry, praised Saville on the brand's Instagram, calling him "one of our generation's...

Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Evernote by DesignStudio and In-house

“It’s a Mads, Mads, Mads, Mads World”

Launched in 2008, Evernote is a mobile app for taking notes, clipping web pages, organizing, making task lists, and archiving. Developed by Evernote Corporation -- a global, privately-owned company headquartered in Redwood City, CA -- the app now has over 225 million users who...

Stop ‘delivering’ software with Agile — it doesn’t work

Clickbait-y title or not — i’ve got some stern truths for you.Photo by Jason Rosewell on UnsplashLet me start by asking you a question.Are you delivering software with Agile methods?Yes? Great! I imagine you’re doing the following?Do you work in some kind of set phases, either in sprints that last anywhere...

Redesign of “Karnataka One” mobile app

Redesign of the Karnataka One mobile app — a UX case studyI have been working as a full-fledged UX Designer for 3+ years in IBM. My primary focus has been internal web applications. For experimenting beyond my usual job, I decided to try designing a mobile app as a case study. While I was hunting for ideas, I came...

Checkbox vs Toggle Switch

7 Use-Cases of Forms DesignSwitch VS Checkbox in User Interface DesignForms provide several controls that make it easier to collect input from users. Using the right control at right place is a challenge while designing forms.A checkbox control has three states: unselected, selected, and indeterminate. The last state...

Dev

Creating the “Perfect” CSS System

My pal Lindsay Grizzard wrote about creating a CSS system that works across an organization and all of the things to keep in mind when starting a new project:
Getting other developers and designers to use the standardized rules is essential. When starting a project, get developers onboard with your CSS, JS and even HTML...

Redesigning a Site to Use CSS Grid Layout

In this article, we’re going to see CSS Grid in action by creating a responsive multi-column website layout.
CSS Grid is a new, hot trend in web development these days. Forget about table layouts and floats: a new way to design websites is already here! This technology introduces two-dimensional grids which define...

Practical CSS Scroll Snapping

CSS scroll snapping allows you to lock the viewport to certain elements or locations after a user has finished scrolling. It’s great for building interactions like this one:

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Browser support and basic usage
Browser support for CSS scroll snapping has improved significantly since it was introduced in 2016, with...

10 Must Have Tools for iOS Developers

When it comes to tools for iOS developers, there’s only one essential for writing apps, and that’s Xcode — so really this is a very clickbait title (gotcha!). Xcode comes with a whole suite of tools...
The post 10 Must Have Tools for iOS Developers appeared first on Treehouse Blog.

Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8

Today we are releasing Visual Studio 2017 version 15.8. In this version we have focused on productivity, performance and bug fixes. There are many new features you‘ll find useful, but in this post, I’ll underscore the highlights you may be most interested in. For the complete list of all the updates in today’s...

A Message about Intel’s L1TF Security Vulnerability

Today, Intel released a statement regarding L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF), a severe security vulnerability that affects many multi-tenant environments running virtual machines, including DigitalOcean. This vulnerability exposes data to any guest running on the same processor core.
In DigitalOcean’s environment, this means an...

Dive into React Native for Android Development

Despite initial skepticism, React Native is very much in demand today!
In this article, Toptal Freelance React Native Developer, and former React Native skeptic, Alexander Pataridze talks about why he became a React Native advocate instead and introduces us to the technology by illustrating four use-cases.