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This is part of The Lifehacker Workout , a 3-4 day exercise program for normal people. Our full-body workout combines 20 minutes of cardio with strength exercises. (You can separate the cardio and the strength exercises if you like, doing the walking/jogging in the a.m., for example, and the exercises in the p.m.) 20 minutes of walking or jogging. The goal each week is to increase your distance. 10 minutes* of strength exercises: push-ups, crunches, and squats. The goal each week is to do more reps.
DesignWoop welcomes this guest post by Tomas Laurinavicius . Since the iPhone and iPad entered the market you can hear lots of news about apps for these devices. Tons of apps available today and you can find everything you want.
Every web designer and developer should have a good and reliable wireframe (mockup or prototype) tool at there disposal. The importance of such a tool differentiates amongst web designers and developers, some use them, some don’t. Personally, I use them. It is in this initial stage of development that makes web design enjoyable, the coming together of the clients needs and your own creative ideas onto a blank canvas, allowing you to plan effectively the visual arrangement of the sites content.
CSS is nearly used on every modern website design. However, having to write and structure CSS code from scratch every time you have a project is extremely time consuming. Below, we present you with 13 amazingly useful CSS tools for hacking on writing time consuming code.
For those of us who are already web developers it may seem obvious but when you just getting started and don’t know what to do, it is nice to have guide where to start. 1. Learn HTML HTML or Hyper Text Markup Language is the markup language for web pages, it is the heart of web pages, so this is what you should aim first. HTML is easy to learn, but it is also easy to misuse them. Learn it right, and you’ll get one of your fundamental as web developer.
All great designers are constantly improving their skills. There has never been a successful designer , or anyone of another profession for that matter, that has stopped at a certain point and said, "Good enough". Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to always be learning new things, and to always be improving. In this post we're looking into 20 different ways a web designer can improve their skills at any time. They involve everything from learning new abilities, to changing focus, and to revamping one's mindset when it comes to design.