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Friday, 21 July, 2017 UTC

WordPress Hosting Services, Project Management Blogs To Follow, Interview with Gabor Lenard

WordPress Hosting Services, Project Management Blogs To Follow, Interview with Gabor Lenard

zipBoard Digest Does Your WordPress Site Need Managed Hosting? Web hosting services that help you to manage your WordPress site Picking the right web host for your website is one of the most crucial decisions you have to make. There are numerous factors ... more


Thursday, 13 July, 2017 UTC

CSS Flexbox, Adapt Review, Interview with — Faruk Ates

CSS Flexbox, Adapt Review, Interview with — Faruk Ates

zipBoard Digest Adapt Authoring Tool Review In recent years, given the massive influx of tablets, mobiles and handheld devices, there has been a complete transformation in the way… Getting Started with CSS Flexbox A beginner’s take on crafting responsive ... more


Thursday, 6 July, 2017 UTC

Why & how to do user research, Design terms for non designers, Is meteor production ready

Why & how to do user research, Design terms for non designers, Is meteor production ready

zipBoard Digest A non designer’s design lexis As different geographic regions have different languages, similar is the case with individuals from different professions.What if you need to… Are You Listening To Your Users? Why user research is important ... more


Wednesday, 21 June, 2017 UTC

Hamburger Menu: A Headache To UX

Hamburger Menu: A Headache To UX

Alternatives to the hamburger menu icon Written by Shubham Gupta for the zipBoard blog . The 3 stacked line icon that you normally see on the top left or right corner of your website or app is known as the hamburger menu (often referred to as a hamburger ... more


Thursday, 1 June, 2017 UTC

Framer, Top podcasts, Color tools, entrepreneurship

Framer, Top podcasts, Color tools, entrepreneurship

zipBoard Digest Framer 2.0 — A yay or nay? Is Framer the new tool in the space or is it still sketch/Figma or XD… With it’s latest launch, Framer has turned the tables and has shown its intention to be identified as a one stop solution to design , code ... more


Thursday, 25 May, 2017 UTC

DIY website tools, Sketch/Figma or Adobe XD, Collaborative authoring tools, Tech products

DIY website tools, Sketch/Figma or Adobe XD, Collaborative authoring tools, Tech products

zipBoard Digest DIY Website Tools Having a website is great for selling products, building your online presence, doing outreach programs or even if you just feel like having your own little corner on the internet. There are numerous tools and website ... more


Thursday, 25 May, 2017 UTC

DIY Website Tools

DIY Website Tools

The extremely long and exhaustive list of website builders to reserve your space on the web Having a website is great for selling products, building your online presence, doing outreach programs or even if you just feel like having your own little corner ... more


Friday, 12 May, 2017 UTC

Progress indicator inspirations,Website annotation tools, Articulate 360, entrepreneurship lessons

Progress indicator inspirations,Website annotation tools, Articulate 360, entrepreneurship lessons

zipBoard Digest Still Using Static Progress indicators? :( Don’t let users get bored, distract them with some animation, gif… A good interface is one that keeps the users engaged, at every point and effective, interactive visualisation is the key principle ... more


Wednesday, 10 May, 2017 UTC

Website Annotation and Design Collaboration Tools

Website Annotation and Design Collaboration Tools

How To Collaborate During Web Development The web design process today isn’t isolated or confined to a team in one location. There are many people involved and there’s a lots of communication between clients and agencies, and within them between designers, ... more


Wednesday, 26 April, 2017 UTC

Developer Trends To Watch Out For

Developer Trends To Watch Out For

source: http://blog.westmonroepartners.com What language should you learn? Is C# more popular than other languages in the day? Are all developers working remotely? How satisfied are developers with their jobs? As one the most prominent resources on the ... more


Thursday, 20 April, 2017 UTC

Creating Responsive Elearning Course,2017 Conferences,Animation Inspirations,Hiring A Developer

Creating Responsive Elearning Course,2017 Conferences,Animation Inspirations,Hiring A Developer

zipBoard Weekly Digest Animation Inspiration for your next Website Animation offers a medium of story telling and visual entertainment which can bring pleasure and information to people of all ages everywhere in the world. — Walt Disney No wonder why ... more


Thursday, 13 April, 2017 UTC

NodeJS Tips,Codepen Inspirations, Elearning simplified with visual feedback

NodeJS Tips,Codepen Inspirations, Elearning simplified with visual feedback

ZipBoard Weekly Digest NodeJS’s magical tips every developer should remember I have been working with JavaScript for more than a year now focusing mainly on NodeJS and AngularJS. In my experience, I have found that there are always some tricks and tips ... more


Wednesday, 12 April, 2017 UTC

NodeJS’s magical tips every developer should remember

NodeJS’s magical tips every developer should remember

I have been working with JavaScript for more than a year now focusing mainly on NodeJS and AngularJS. In my experience, I have found that there are always some tricks and tips involved for every programming language, irrespective of its purpose. We programmers ... more


Thursday, 6 April, 2017 UTC

Character Inspiration, NodeJS Coding Guidelines,Features Update,Anna Sabramowicz’s Interview

Character Inspiration, NodeJS Coding Guidelines,Features Update,Anna Sabramowicz’s Interview

zipBoard Weekly Digest Character Inspiration for Elearning Designers NodeJS Coding Style Guidelines Software developers are like lone wolves who prefer to work as individuals rather than in a group. I too come in that category. This can… Do More With ... more


Tuesday, 4 April, 2017 UTC

NodeJS Coding Style Guidelines

NodeJS Coding Style Guidelines

Software developers are like lone wolves who prefer to work as individuals rather than in a group. I too come in that category. This can sometimes create problems when the need to work in groups arises in a project. There are both pros and cons involved ... more


Tuesday, 28 March, 2017 UTC

Structuring A NodeJS API In An Efficient Way

Structuring A NodeJS API In An Efficient Way

NodeJS uses Google’s V8 engine to bring JavaScript to the server side. JavaScript is a programming language that supports event based programming (just look at the OnClick() in browser environments) and has functions as first class members. This makes ... more


Wednesday, 22 March, 2017 UTC

Do I Need To Start Using CSS Preprocessors?

Do I Need To Start Using CSS Preprocessors?

A Not So Deep Dive Stepping into the world of front end web development, I am repeatedly in awe, as well as, excited about how much there is to explore, and play around with. Following on from my quest to understand JavaScript transpilers, my instinct ... more


Thursday, 16 March, 2017 UTC

Looking Beyond JavaScript: A Beginner’s Guide to JavaScript Transpilers

Looking Beyond JavaScript: A Beginner’s Guide to JavaScript Transpilers

Brendan Eich created JavaScript in 10 days for Netscape and changed the landscape of web development. While I’m not claiming that JavaScript is THE most popular programming language out there, it’s influence and power certainly cannot be denied. I got ... more


Wednesday, 15 March, 2017 UTC

10 Principles For An Effective Web Design

10 Principles For An Effective Web Design

Today, owning a brilliant website seems to be a must-have for a successful business! In light of that, here are some insights that will certainly help create an ideal online platform. Are you interested? Let’s go! Remember about the Proportions! You ... more


Thursday, 23 February, 2017 UTC

JavaScript’s Magical Tips Every Developer Should Remember

JavaScript’s Magical Tips Every Developer Should Remember

Over the course of developing our product at zipBoard, JavaScript has been our bedrock for all intents and purposes. As per this developer survey at Stack Overflow, we’re in good company on this front. JavaScript is the most popular technology for full ... more


Thursday, 15 December, 2016 UTC

Into the e-learning world with Joanna Kurpiewska: Community keeps you motivated

Into the e-learning world with Joanna Kurpiewska: Community keeps you motivated

We talked to Joanna Kurpiewska, e-learning developer at Kallidus about instructional design & development, creating effective courses, the e-learning community, tools and trends. What do you think is the major difference between an instructional ... more


Friday, 16 September, 2016 UTC

The Design Life Of A Product Designer — Interview with Gabor Lenard

The Design Life Of A Product Designer — Interview with Gabor Lenard

Gabor Lenard Gabor Lenard is a Digital Product Designer, currently building Zenvite — a platform to create smart invitation pages. He is a UX specialist, implementing interactions with handcrafted HTML, CSS and JavaScript, using Go programming language ... more


Wednesday, 14 September, 2016 UTC

9 Rescue websites for frontend developers

9 Rescue websites for frontend developers

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” — Charles Darwin Frontend development is an ever changing domain, where tools and trends evolve every now ... more


Thursday, 1 September, 2016 UTC

The Design Life Of A Product Designer — Interview with Faruk Ates

The Design Life Of A Product Designer — Interview with Faruk Ates

Photo credits : Ohn Ho Faruk Ates is product designer at Quantifind, a data science company to eliminate your competitive blind-spots. In his design career he has worked with startups as well as with big players like Apple, Edyt. He has contributed to ... more


Tuesday, 10 November, 2015 UTC

Is Meteor Production-Ready? Our First-Hand Experience

Is Meteor Production-Ready? Our First-Hand Experience

If you ask a developer what moments he enjoys most, 9 out of 10 times he’ll say, “It’s when the stuff works!” As we move forward into beta, it’s like seeing your baby walk up from crawling. The zipBoard team is really excited, and now that we can finally ... more


Thursday, 29 October, 2015 UTC

The Startup Founder’s Guide To Hiring A Developer

The Startup Founder’s Guide To Hiring A Developer

by Pranab @ www.zipboard.co As I write this, we have a happy team of developers on board and a well-functioning app. It’s lunch time and some of them are probably playing a game of darts in the balcony. But ask me about a few months back when there were ... more


Thursday, 29 October, 2015 UTC

The Startup Founder’s Guide To Hiring A Developer

The Startup Founder’s Guide To Hiring A Developer

As I write this, we have a happy team of developers on board and a well-functioning app. It’s lunch time and some of them are probably playing a game of darts in the balcony. But ask me about a few months back when there were only three of us, the founders. ... more