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  1. How to Charge for Websites: Fixed-Price Projects

    in disaster for both you and the client. Think of any government IT scheme. Developers are notoriously bad at estimating schedules but the larger the project, the wider the margin of error. Another problem is we only think about the coding side and rarely consider client meetings, planning, holidays
  2. Advanced Web Design Without Code? A How-To with Webydo

    for their clients without relying on their own coding skills or on developers, there is a new platform that makes it easier than ever: Webydo. This community-led platform of 35,000 designers, made by designers for designers, aspires to present an alternative to the powerful open-code developers communities
  3. Controlling Web Pages with Javascript and on{X}

    -time communication between servers and clients. It allows you to define events on both the server and client. For example io.sockets.emit('eventthathappened') creates a new event that the application can react to. To react to the event, simply set up an event handler like this - socket.on
  4. Talk with the Experts:
    SitePoint Redesign – The Transcript

    " in Responsive Design should happen on the client side unless the client requests it. I really appreciate being able to access a website on my handheld, but I cannot stand how a "responsive" website changes when I resize my browser window on my desktop/laptop. What are your thoughts on that? <
  5. Getting Started in the Industry - From the Mouths of Experts

    the financial side of running a business :) <JoshySav> Good point. I'm 18 and still pretty new to the industry. What would you recommend? <molona> @jannis finally, for simple projects or just (x)html coding, you can find a lot of services that create a (X)HTML page from a PSD <Bentheax>
  6. Effective Project Management for Web Geeks

    up as your to-do list, then you're obviously going to end up with a lot more detail than anyone else in the project (including the client!) needs to see. It's a very common mistake seen with smaller projects, where realistically the project manager is also doing a lot of the project work
  7. Successful Web Development Methodologies Article

    they're spending all their time designing and no time coding; immediately after the design has been completed and inspected, the programmer can start to code. Process 5: Build by Feature Process 5 involves a per-feature activity to produce a completed client-valued function (feature). Process 5 is also
  8. SitePoint Podcast #80: FullCodePress with Team Australia

    ocean on the other side. Lachlan: Yeah, I remember looking down at water and saying to you, Adam, “Yep I hope there’s runway soon.” (laughter) Adam: Yeah. In terms of getting started, we were quite fortunate in that the hotel that we were all staying at had a boardroom, and I forget who, I think
  9. Build Your Own Web 2.0 Application Using Fluff and Hot Air

    in interested parties (like investors), then skipping that annoying business of coding and testing. Getting Rich is less. Less meetings, less communication, less documentation, less features, less code, less bugs, less pesky customers, and less actual programming. Getting Rich delivers nothing to your
  10. SitePoint Podcast #94: Appy New Year!

    being the container that lets you run JavaScript at blazingly fast speeds on your web server, so it seems like for possibly the first time right now is becoming practical for you to build all of the sort of programming code whether it’s running in the browser on the client side or on the server, you