It’s author, Patrick Wied, used an algorithm based on a research paper from De La Salle University.
I was browsing the Web today and came across a great idea by a Czech webdesign group called Not Pixel Perfect Yet, and i quickly decided that we should also implement a similar service.
Basically we will review your site for free, offering constructive critique on anything you’d like, ranging from graphics, layout to usability and everything in between.
Today a came across a handy little article stating that Google integrated their virtual keyboard API into their search.
Hi, i’m Daniel and i’m Managing Partner and Business Developer here at PrimalSkill.com.
This will be my first post but hopefully first of many to come.
For this first post i decided to talk a little about a topic that is important for startups, expanding organizations and our own life here at Primal Skill and that is whether to go about managing your business alone or with the aid of a partner.
When I founded Primal Skill Ltd. I was still very unexperienced ‘designer’ (though I can’t say that I am an expert today), but I always knew that I had to create a strong, meaningful brand starting with the logo.
You’re probably wondering what happened with this blog in the past couple of months.
Well, I was overwhelmed with work and other personal issues and I didn’t had time to write nor to update my company’s website until now.
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When designing user experiences try to avoid confusion, clutter as much as you can, by keeping the website / webapp as simple as possible.
Users can logically deduct certain steps, processes when interacting with the web application.
For example when I design administration interfaces I always skip the log out message, because the scenario is the following:
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I see more and more the choices I have to make when I buy a product.
The typical scenario of buying a product could be:
- Identifying a product category which satisfies a typical need.
- Identifying the actual product.
- Considering the alternatives based on different factors such as price, quality, etc.
- Buying the selected product or one of it’s alternatives.
From my point of view, every company falls into 3 categories.
1. The ones who make products available to the masses, they make it fast, they cut down costs as much as they can. The creators-of-websites-from-a-template type of companies. Now, I believe that these companies are doomed from the beginning.
It’s funny to talk about this, because I can’t call my self rich, but to be rich is a matter of perspective. If a homeless man finds $1000 on the street, he can call himself rich, but if Bill Gates would find that money…
The majority of web developers have to face these problems everyday:
- Write the code
- Debug the code
- Modify the code
As you may or may not know that I’m implicated in Server-Side Magazine.
The website was started about a month ago. At this time me and another guy writing the articles, but we wanted to open this site for everyone who wishes to get a little coverage for his website/blog by writing cool, but strictly server side programming language related articles.