Repository Design activities Co-designing Envisioning 17 paypal alternatives for easier e-commerce. - Webdistortion Paypal is one of the biggest and most widely adopted forms of online payment on the web today. With the weight of Ebay behind it, PayPal has truly went from strength to strength, and is a well recognised web brand. That said, it hasn’t avoided negative press, with reports of accounts being frozen, and Paypal slow to respond to support queries, many people have been forced to review and compare other options. Whilst many of these don’t yet have the user base of PayPal, they may serve to help you out when searching for alternatives.
About The Dieline — The Dieline - Package Design Resource Jessica Sanchez Associate Business Partner Jessica’s always had a love for design. bugzilla.org For Users For Administrators Advanced Search Capabilities Bugzilla offers two forms of search: A basic Google-like bug search that is simple for new users and searches the full text of a bug.
Build an Instagram clone with AngularJS, Satellizer, Node.js and MongoDB 1. Introduction Satellizer is a token-based authentication module for AngularJS that comes with built-in support for Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, GitHub, Yahoo and Windows Live OAuth providers, as well as a more traditional email and password sign-in flow. The motivation to build Satellizer came from my frustration with existing authentication solutions for AngularJS at the time of writing my blog post Create a TV Show Tracker using AngularJS, Node.js and MongoDB.
What are the most important search ranking factors? The biennial search ranking factors report from SEOmoz was released today, which surveyed 134 SEO professionals on what has the most effect on search rankings, and their views on the future of search. Here's a few highlights from the report... 2011 ranking factors Lorenzo Verzini - Journal Journal Out to Dry 21 Jun, 2013 One for the people that have never been by the italian seaside during what I call summer: if I just close my eyes, this is the projection in my brain of those moments. This is a lovely series from Nicolee, a californian photographer girl now based in Rome.
How Interactivity Works with UTFGrid Adding interactivity to millions of objects on a map requires some tricks. Tom stunningly visualized the inner workings of UTFGrid, an encoding scheme that efficiently encodes interactivity data for map tiles that has made its way into all of our projects, including TileMill, TileStream, and Wax, in his Visible Map. This also lets you explore the stages Wax takes to retrieve the interactivity information associated with a pixel. While this is a good introduction to how UTFGrid brings interactivity to maps, in this post I’ll give a behind the scenes look at some of the design decisions we made to best use interactivity in our map design and hosting services. Tiling data Once your map has millions of objects to interact with, it’s no longer viable to have users download all of the data and cache it in the browser - it’s way too big.
Say Hello to the F-Commerce Ecosphere [Infographic Here’s a useful infographic from Janice Diner, summarising the current ‘ecosphere’ f-commerce and the six ways in which vendors are selling with Facebook (see Janice’s full presentation here). It’s a useful snap-shot of the fast-evolving world of f-commerce, and similar to that outlined in our f-commerce FAQ. It differentiates two basic forms of f-commerce – f-commerce where transactions take place on Facebook itself and f-commerce where transactions take place elsewhere (in-store, on external e-commerce sites). This is a useful distinction. RAW COLOR Designhuis is the only museum in the Netherlands that is focussing solely on design and applied arts. Setup by Lidewij Edelkoort in 2007 an left in 2009, the museum developed in a short periode a well known profile. In march 2010 the exhibtion Kleur- Colour took place, highlighting the meaning of colour in contemporary design. Color is provoking feelings, associations and reactions. Colour is influencing atmospheres of interiors till the appeal of a product.
The Times UK Lost 4 Million Readers To Its Paywall Experiment Back in June, News Corp put two more of its newspapers, other than the Wall Street Journal, behind a paywall: The Times of London and the Sunday Times. We kind of expected it to be a disaster, but now we actually have some results. The company announced that it signed up 105,000 paying subscribers, plus another 100,000 who were already subscribers to the print newspaper. But what did the Times lose?
UI Stencils—Browser Whiteboard Stencil The Browser Whiteboard Stencil allows you to mock-up app ideas with ease. Perfect for quickly sharing your comp ideas in meetings and collaborative sessions. The Whiteboard Stencil Kit Features: - One whiteboard stencil - 2 Whiteboard Markers - black and red - Whiteboard Eraser - 2 UI Stencils stickers - Made in the USA