Design & UX
Alex Walker, Aug 24

Botox and the Art of Designing Empathy

Research shows that looking at faces changes the way we think. Can you use this knowledge to trigger empathy in your users?
Ben Dickson, Aug 24

4 Challenges to Consider Before Creating an IoT Device

Ben Dickson looks at how to face the crucial IoT challenges of connectivity, security and privacy, compatibility and data collection.
Myles English, Aug 24

Create a Music Jam Station with Vanilla JavaScript

Myles English shows how to build a jam station that displays the musical chord changes while a song plays, allowing you to play along. No jQuery required!
David Attard, Aug 24

The Complete Guide to Using WordPress Embeds

David Attard covers all of the details related to the WordPress embed and oEmbed functionality, with a range of practical examples.
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Sam Gooch, Aug 24

International SEO: An In-Depth Checklist

Reaching an international audience is a big step. Make sure you’re taking steps in the right direction with our in-depth international SEO checklist.
Jeff Smith, Aug 24

How to Choose the Right CSS Toolkits and Frameworks

Miriam is a co-founder of OddBird, author of Jump Start Sass and creator of the Susy framework. Last week, she joined us for a chat about Susy and toolkits.
Wern Ancheta, Aug 24

Adding Analytics to a React Native App

React Native is a great framework for building cross platform apps, and Wern Ancheta looks at adding user analytics with Keen.io and Segment.io
Chris Ward, Aug 24

Building Your First Blockchain App with Eris

Chris Ward explores getting started in blockchain using Eris, a blockchain and smart contract application platform for developers.
M. David Green, Aug 23

Versioning Show, Episode 5, with Rachel Smith

In this episode, Tim and David are joined by Rachel Smith, a front-end developer at CodePen. They discuss creating art with code, learning the skills of animation, the future of animation on the web, and being limitlessly creative with code.

Andrew Lau, Aug 23

8 Ways to Stay Productive When Starting Your First Business

Your first business is the hardest because, as a lifelong employee, you're used to other people keeping you accountable. Here's how to stay productive.
Peter Bengtsson, Aug 23

Cache Fetched AJAX Requests Locally: Wrapping the Fetch API

Peter Bengtsson walks through building a wrapper for the Fetch API, step-by-step, to cache fetched AJAX results and avoid repeated requests to the server.
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Maria Lopez, Aug 23

Off Page SEO: Beyond Link Building

There’s more happening off your page than link building and outreach. Take off page SEO beyond links to build brand awareness and trust to help you rank.
Anselm Urban, Aug 23

8 Clever Tricks with CSS Functions

Anselm Urban looks at some neat tricks you can use today in CSS, from fancy CSS animations to a frosted glass effect.
Bruno Skvorc, Aug 23

Up and Running with the Fastest PHP Framework on PHP7 in 5 Mins

Phalcon is back - and in style! It can now run on PHP 7, and is written completely in Zephir. Easy extension development AND perfect performance!
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Sam Gooch, Aug 22

International SEO: Solving Common Issues

International websites present unique challenges for SEO. Learn solutions to common issues like hreflang implementation, geotargeting & translated content.
Josh Althuser, Aug 22

What Is Telemedicine & What Do You Need to Know about It?

Telemedicine is an emerging market preparing to disrupt healthcare. Josh Althuser gives entrepreneurs a primer.
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Sam Gooch, Aug 22

Negative SEO: How to Identify, Fix and Prevent an Attack

What is negative SEO? Are you vulnerable? What steps can you take to prevent it? Learn to prevent, identify and fix negative SEO attacks.
Nilson Jacques, Aug 22

File Bundling and HTTP/2: Rethinking Best Practices

File bundling is the norm for JS apps these days. With the adoption of the HTTP/2 protocol, Nilson Jacques asks whether its time to rethink this practice.
Reza Lavaryan, Aug 22

Framework-Agnostic PHP Cronjobs Made Easy with Crunz!

Crunz is a framework-agnostic library for scheduling and defining cronjobs wholly in PHP. Commit them to VCS, edit without server access, and more!
Design & UX
Konrad Caban, Aug 22

How to (Almost) Painlessly Troubleshoot Your Client Sites

FInding, tagging and removing bugs may not be glamorous but it's a product development phase. Konrad has a toolset for painless troubleshooting of bug.
Ardian Haxha, Aug 22

Create a Slack Bot to Interact with Your Wiki

Ardian Haxha shows you how to accept our new bot-based overlords and write your own Slack bot using Ruby and Sinatra. Assimilate!
Joshua Kraus, Aug 21

To the Clients Who Stiffed Us...

One risk freelancers face is spending substantial time on a project without ever getting paid. Joshua Kraus talks to four freelancers who have been there.
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Maria Lopez, Aug 19

An Introduction to Facebook Insights

Get key metrics about your Facebook engagements using Facebook Page Insights. Use Insights to optimize your content to expand your reach and traffic.
Agbonghama Collins, Aug 19

Understanding Namespaces in the WordPress Hook System

Agbonghama covers how to hook methods of an instantiated class (object) to actions and filters and the caveats of using namespaces in WordPress hook system.