Posted on Thursday March 31st, 2011 by Tom Chiverton
Last time we discussed a visual approach to deciding which competing features should be included in your application, so the next step is obviously to actually build them.
If you are a designer (so you actually take your hands off the keyboard at work) you already know some of this, because what we're basically talking about is sketching.
Posted on Thursday March 31st, 2011 by Amy King
After a couple of weeks travelling in Australia, I was starting to have Facebook withdrawal symptoms, as I like to know what everyone is up to ( mainly my grown up daughter!) and so I decided to pay for 15 minutes internet access at a coffee stop in Port Douglas, up in Queensland. Dollars loaded, flat white slurped & I was off.
Posted on Wednesday March 30th, 2011 by Simon Hill
Until now it has only been possible to download data from a report in Comma Separated List format (csv). Generally this has not caused too many problems since CSV is a standard format and can easily be opened with Excel or Notepad.
Posted on Monday March 28th, 2011 by Antony Malone
CSS for list styles are very limited within email clients and will all be rendered differently. A clear and stylish list can have a positive impact on your overall email design and increase ROI.
The best way to guarantee your list style is to use tables and images for the bullets.
Posted on Friday March 25th, 2011 by Jenni Malley
Since I began working life in 1997 I always relished the prospect of the Easter holidays. The combination of the Good Friday and Easter Monday bank holidays made for a lovely long weekend without needing to use up any annual leave.
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