Take a moment to think about the structure of your day.
This year I wanted to give you time to settle in, to get January under your belts before peering ahead at what 2018 will hold for web design. Take a look at these seven predictions and see if your thoughts match mine!
In the last part of this series we got Vue up and running, and addressed some of the questions beginners might ask.
In the introductory post for this series we spoke a little about how web designers can benefit by using Vue. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to get Vue up and running, whilst answering some initial questions you may have.
Let’s set the scene. You’ve been building websites for a few years now. You started back before React became a big deal, and jQuery was still popular.
Over the course of the last two and a half years, I have published more than 400 episodes of Developer Tea. There are many reasons I have been able to do this, but the one that is most compelling is what I call my “Go Space”.
Often, we have a hard time figuring out what the next best thing is to do. With so much on our plates on a given day, the choice paralysis sets in and we end up not doing anything, and then getting incredibly stressed.
My annual prediction articles have become something of a tradition; glimpses at the future of web design, coupled with educated guesses about what things will be important to our craft. Here are eight things web designers should keep an eye on in 2017.