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Should I be guilty for turning to WP wheb customers ask for a simple CMS?
Given more time and resources, I'd definitely work on something myself but I feel like the widespread use of WordPress has set an expectation of a rapid outcome to customers, and I'm just not given enough time to work on something better.1
That unsure feeling when you have none left to study, and you don't know if you're too prepared for the exam or if you just have no idea2
Taking a HCI course, our first assignment was to find and analyze an example of bad ui in software,everyday life, and anywhere else
This dude just literally did a presentation on a .docx reading off what he wrote, scrolling down from time to time2
Alright guys is elementaryOS worth? Really wanna try it out but at the same time I don't wanna regret it and have to revert back10
Client: oh we just need you to organize the files and all..
*ftps into server*
Me: oh so you guys use codeigniter
Client: yeah but for some reason the changes we make on the css files won't go through
Looked into the view files, and literally every element had its own style tag3
Best way to learn UI/UX & front-end languages?
As a cs student college seems not to care too much about these, and jobs that help me learn most of the time require a professional-level skill1
Just had my first freelance job here i Korea. I was told that most(?) of my job was going to be front-end web dev, and that the 'required' skillset was html/css. I thought I'd be making some free money, and I was wrong. Ended up doing all sorts of things like sql,js,ajax,php, and EVEN design. Apparently "developers" here are people who can do pretty much everything on computers. How many other countries are like this?12