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250 Quick Web Design Tips (Part 1) As web professionals, we’re always looking for ways to improve our knowledge and skills.
Tips, tricks and checklists are often one of the most underused yet potentially useful models of providing great, quick and easy to follow pieces of useful information. You may or may not know some of the tips below — and you may or may not agree with everything listed — but hopefully it will give you some ideas for your own sites or motivate you to create a checklist to help cover your bases. Perhaps a few items may even inspire you investigating a subject further, and that would be pretty awesome too. This is the first part of a 2-part series. In this first part, we will cover planning, content creation, and design elements. Part 2: 250 Quick Web Design Tips (Part 2) Planning and Getting Into the Web Design Profession Planning what your website needs to contain can help you scale the project size.
One fundamental aspect of creating a website is the planning stage. Picking Domain Names 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
How to Use Circle Hack to Organize Your Facebook Friend Lists à la Google+ Circles « How-To News. There's a lot of talk going around about Google's new social network and how it's heavily influenced by Facebook, but truth be told, how could they build Google+ without taking a noteor two from the world's most popular social network?
One thing that's different (and better) about Google+ is its ability to create "Circles" of friends by just dragging and dropping them from your list of friends to the group you want. To make friend lists in Facebook, right now the easiest way is to click on the "Account" drop-down menu, select "Edit Friends" and then click on the "Create a List" button. From there, you choose your group's name and find and select your friends in the pop-up window and click on "Create List" to finalize it. To make the process easier, four engineers from Facebook have teamed up to bring you a non-official tool called Circle Hack, which harnesses the power of Google Circles. However, that's pretty much the gist of Circle Hack.