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What's your startup's biggest marketing challenge?

My free open office hours for founders are back.I've helped over 300 founders address their startup's most critical marketing challenges in a short one-to-0ne video call.Book a free, 10 minute call to...

Open Day Rates and my commitments to improve

After a tweet I posted went viral, I decided to reflect on the actions I am taking in my professional life to make the world a fairer place.Female freelancers please increase your day rates.Hiring 6 f...

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Hi, I’m Bryce. I work for Zapier and live in Nashville, TN with my wife and son. I like to explore tools and find creative ways to connect them together. I’m on a journey to launch no-code products and want to share what I’m learning along the way.

Here’s how we use Zapier at Zapier

Something strange happened this week. I was on our weekly all-company Zoom call. You know the drill. Then I noticed something different in the gallery of faces. The post Here’s how we use Zapier at Za...

Selling products on Notion vs Coda

Notion is Coda with a different name. They are different companies. But they have almost identical products. So, why aren't we seeing people sell Coda templates like they do for Notion? The post Selli...

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Hey there, my name is Andrea and I'm a marketer with over 10 years of experience. Every Monday I pick a new online business and write a case study with actionable tips on how I'd grow it.

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Actually, Science Says You Have Way More Than 5 Senses

Honing them can make you happier and more successful.

Tim Cook's 5-Word Response to Facebook Is Brutal and Brilliant at the Same Time

Apple's CEO is clear that he isn't making decisions based on what's best for Facebook, but for Apple and its customers.

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Hi! I'm Vicki Boykis. I'm a consultant in data science and machine learning. I write about making tech less sexy, more bring, and anything adjacent to tech that the mainstream media isn't covering

The luxury of length

Hi Friends, It’s been a while since my last post, almost a month, as the dashboard shows. But it’s not like I haven’t been thinking about it.I’ve been meaning to write a good long post for the past mo...

The last miles and miles of the vaccine

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Hand-picked, validated Saas ideas. We analyze tens of thousands of companies, finding niches where bootstrappers can compete & win.

I'm a Product Manager at an early stage startup. I write about psychology, product, design and no-code tools.

Jobs-to-be-done of Prototyping

How prototyping helps and how you can do it right!

Rise of the Manifesto

Why more startups should feature manifestos on their websites

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Publication for all things prototyping: UX, Responsive Design, Wireframing, Front-end Development, Accessibility and beyond.

UX Challenges

Here's some new UX Challenges! We made these so that designers can learn and practice crucial UX skills. There are too many clichéd UI exercises out there. These challenges are different The post UX C...

A New, Revolutionary UI is just Around the Corner — Here are the Signs

We all remember when the 2nd one happened. Back in 2007, Steve Jobs famously started his keynote presentation with this historic line... “This is a day I’ve been looking forward to for two and a half ...

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I run Afrocenchix, a small business creating safe, effective products for Afro & curly hair. We're best known for winning a competition with celebrity judges including Diddy, Ashton Kutcher & Gary Vee.I've also had (too) many other jobs in worlds from the corporate to education to charity.

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Marvel makes design and prototyping simple for everyone. Started as a side-project in 2013, we're now home to over 2 million individuals and teams around the world who use Marvel to make ideas a reality.

What are the benefits of prototyping?

Prototyping is the process of creating a functional mockup of your product before development. Prototyping helps you make sure your product works as intended and solves your users’ problem, before you...

4 Ways Customer Support teams can use Prototypes

You wouldn’t be alone if you thought prototypes were just for designers. We used to think this too! But since all a prototype is, is a mockup of a digital experience, it turns out there are some inter...

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Working on React.js. Co-author of Redux and Create React App. Building tools for humans.

Before You memo()

Rendering optimizations that come naturally.

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Comprehensive learning resources for mastering the JavaScript ecosystem.

React Newsletter #243

News React Query v3 Released This major release includes better SSR, bi-directional infinite queries, selectors, and much more. Electron React Boilerplate v2 Released This update includes changes like...

I don’t make libs for free, I make ’em for freedom

GitHub’s New Treats from GH Universe '90s Nickelodeon hit different GitHub Universe happened last week — and yes, we heard about dark mode 🌛. When we first saw the announcement video, we thought it m...

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Whether you're building an agency, marketplace, mobile app, community, DTC brand, newsletter, personal brand or something else. Trends.vc has opportunities for you. Join over 20,000 founders and investors.

Celebrate Eagerly To Boost Your Company’s Success

Your company is producing strong results, but your team seems weary. The success of yesterday unintentionally gets lost in the grind of today. How do you rejuvenate your people to continue on and even...

The Science Behind Why You Need a Hobby

Our bodies weren’t designed to be in a constant state of stress. To put it simply, you can’t work all the time and not feel the negative effects. The solution? Create a rhythm of rest and work. High a...

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I turn ideas into reality for ambitious businesses. I write about how to create beautiful and performant websites

I write on The Bootstrapped Founder because bootstrapping is a desirable, value- and wealth-generating way of running a company, and still many people shy away from it. I wrote about how we founded, ran, and sold FeedbackPanda in under two years. I’ve been sharing the learning from my journey over the last decade in my guide Zero to Sold.

Audience Graduation

Reading Time: 4 minutes A third-grade math teacher is particularly good at teaching one specific audience: third-grade math students. Every year, a new group of students appears, and they receive a to...

Lifetime Deals and SaaS Businesses

Reading Time: 8 minutes If there is one polarizing topic in the bootstrapped SaaS space, it’s running lifetime deals for a subscription business. Founders either love the idea of offering a one-time-p...

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BetaList is the place for early adopters to discover upcoming and recently launched internet startups, and for startup founders to share their startup with the world and get early user feedback.

I’m a software developer with a passion for building things. This blog is a place for me to share my projects, reviews, home automation and other interesting things.

Top Five (4/2/21)

This is the list of the top five things I found interesting this week. This could range from movies, websites, apps, books, YouTube videos, and more. My goal is to do this every week. Be sure to let m...

Top Five (3/26/21)

I decided to start a weekly post of the top five things I find interesting. This could range from movies, websites, apps, books, YouTube videos, and more. My goal is to do this every week. Be sure to ...

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Hey, I'm Harry. Each week I share a new case study in my newsletter. It’s short, sweet, and practical. 30k marketers read it. I’d love you to join.

Searching for remote jobs is a painful process. Remote Leaf hand-picks thousands of remote jobs from 60+ remote job boards, 1200+ company career pages, Linkedin, Reddit, Facebook, Hacker News Hiring and only sends the ones that apply to you.

I currently work as a Software Engineer at Shopify. I mostly write about technologies and frameworks for backend API development, my interview experiences with different tech companies and occasionally about command-line utilities.

Founder of Discord Bot Studio. I create developer tutorials, and write about marketing and building a business.

How to check if a string starts with another string in C

It’s not immediately obvious how to check if a string is a valid prefix of another in C, given the lack of high-level string manipulation tools. Below explains how this can be done. Checking the prefi...

How to fix: Express.js Request Body is Undefined

express.bodyParser() is no longer bundled with express. You can install it using npm i body-parser. Fixing the error The code below shows how you can include bodyParser, and by extension jsonParser. T...

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Growth isn’t about knowing all of the right answers. It’s about learning and making progress. My writing captures ideas, thoughts, frameworks, and great examples of content marketing.

Hubspot Hit a Wall with Content Marketing. So They Bought The Hustle.

If you’re in content marketing, you must be familiar with Hubspot. They basically defined “inbound marketing” in the 2010s. They relentlessly beat the drum about awareness, consideration, and decision...

How to use People Also Ask Questions from Google to Build Better Content Briefs

One thing I’ve been incorporating more into my briefs are questions. Turning to the People Also Ask (PAA) questions within Google can give you a great headstart on creating your briefs and more insigh...

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Developer and Maker. This blog is about my learnings while building things, random observations and thoughts that keep me up at night.

Developer with a background in engineering and creative coding. I specialize in component-driven development, design systems and computational design.

Let's Build a Confetti Cannon

Confetti cannons are fun! Both to play with and to build. Let's learn to make one. Along the way, we'll cover particle systems and a bit of…

Scrollytelling with React

Scrollytelling is a visual and interactive form of storytelling. It consists of a logical sequence of visualizations. They accompany a…

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An independent archive of typography.

10 Years of Fonts In Use

Contributed by Nick ShermanLicense: All Rights Reserved. Fonts In Use officially launched 10 years ago today, on December 21, 2010. The site, which started as just the Blog before opening up to public...

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Your place to go for high quality design inspiration.

Sweet Severyane Restaurant

Alexey Malina Studio designed The Severyane restaurant – the only place in Moscow where dishes are cooked in a Russian oven. The basis of the interior — bright color accents created with furniture and...

POEMS

Andreion de Castro designed “POEMS” – a collection of quotes and lyrics taken from a range of songs and movies inspired by his taste in music in cinema. His intent with the animations is to evoke emot...

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Co-founder and General Partner at Hustle Fund, a pre-seed fund for software entrepreneurs. I've reviewed over 20k startup pitches from around the world and have helped numerous portfolio founders raise hundreds of millions of dollars. I provide tactical advice on building a tech startup.

How we tripled our first VC fund to raise a $33.6M Fund 2

I cannot be more excited to officially announce Hustle Fund 2. So many of the tactics we used to raise our first VC fund we applied to Fund 2. I won’t rehash what I wrote in How I raised my $11.5m VC ...

Thank you, Tony

Coincidentally enough, I had decided that I wanted to write a letter to my mentor Tony this weekend, thanking him for the huge impact he’s had on my life. But I suppose that has now morphed into a mor...

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Discovere new growth hacks to grow your business. Weekly research on growth hacking, packed into 1-minute reports.

Undraw is a constantly updated design project with beautiful SVG images that you can use completely free and without attribution. We blog about open-source design and creativity.

We write about behavioural analytics, teaching you how to use behavioural intelligence to discover customer intent, increase leads and optimize conversion rates.

Growing Lunch Money, a personal finance tool for the modern day spender.

Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.

Suite Books — Store the books you read and share them with your friends

“ Reading is half the fun, the other half is finding people to speak to about the book you've just read. Do you find it frustrating when you've just read an amazing book you want to discuss, and not h...

Purifier — Video conferencing AI assistant for Mac

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Hi! I’m John, and I’m pretty-much obsessed with community! I’ve been studying, building, and even writing software for communities for the last 20+ years.

Change by Design, Chapter 1 — #yenBOOKCLUB

This is your Community, Daily.

Start with Problem-Market Fit in the Early Days of a New Startup, Product, or Community

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Obsessed with learning, creating, writing and reading. A curated list of thought-provoking articles. I scour the internet looking for the most interesting reads that provide meaning and value.

Dashly is a product launched in 2018 that helps online businesses grow and a team of 55 people passionate about this product. We're the crew of developers, designers, marketers and sales professionals at work and travelers, sportsmen and yoga specialists in life.

How Dashly’s Leadbot Helped Skillfactory Boost the CR to Paid by 44%

This is a story of how our Leadbot helped the digital school. It automated lead qualification and helped increase the course application count. Enjoy the read! These were our major results: About the ...

Attract customers with these 24 lead magnets

What is a lead magnet? A lead magnet is a freebie that you offer to your website visitors in exchange for their email address. It usually takes the form of some type of downloadable content that visit...

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A weekly source of inspiration for people interested in small tech business, either wanting to start their own business or just wanting to learn more about the growing community of people starting small internet businsses.

Building The Next Creator Platform: Lessons from Gumroad, Substack, and Transistor's Growth

Hi everyone! I’ve been working on improving the website for Small Tech Business, I publish all my articles there as well and I am planning on expanding it to include curated links and search in the ne...

Monetizing Open-Source - How Tailwind CSS has grown into a $2m+ business

Hi everyone! First, I want to thank everyone who reads this, as you are the reason why I keep on pushing out content for Small Tech Business. Second, I want to let you all know that I am going to be s...

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Project Management Newsletter. Each Thursday you'll receive the latest info on industry updates, trends, and the newest tools. Keep Moving Forward.

Failure isn’t uncommon in the world of tech startups. Failory is a platform to encourage founders to become more vulnerable about their mistakes so that others can learn from them. Through publicizing failure, we build growth.

The Biggest Shark Tank Failures

Shark Tank investors have made mistakes, financing startups that later on closed and missed great investment opportunities. Here are their worst failures.

Biggest Y Combinator Failed Startups

+400 YC-backed startups have closed their doors in the last 15 years. Here are some of these failures.

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Hey, I'm Allison. I'm a developer primarily focused on building cool stuff with Python's Django and Vue.js. My current project is building a fantasy sports platform for politics called Fantasy Congress. I like to talk about programming and document my journey as a self-funded, bootstrapping entrepreneur.

March 2021

March ended up being a bit of a bummer. I tentatively returned to promoting Fantasy Congress with limited results. And once again, it's not entirely clear if anything I did contributed to this month's...

February 2021

I was hoping Fantasy Congress was in a place where it could grow by word of mouth alone. But this month made it clear that isn't the case.

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Seed-stage VC working with entrepreneurs to leverage the power of community.

TikTok: Transforming Music Creation and Distribution

Written by Julia Maltby and originally posted here.I am passionate about the creator economy as an investment theme for my work at Flybridge, where we have invested in a few leading creator economy pl...

From founder to full-time VC

Written by Anna Palmer and originally posted here.Today, I am excited to announce the next step in my investor journey as General Partner at Flybridge. At Flybridge, I’ll be focused on investing acros...

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Canva is a graphic design platform that allows users to create social media graphics, presentations, posters, documents and other visual content.

Building design systems at Morningstar and helping people learn independent thinking at Wise Charlie. I write about how to apply multi-disciplinary concepts to critical thinking

Plausible Analytics is an open-source project dedicated to making web analytics more privacy-friendly. Our mission is to reduce corporate surveillance by providing an alternative web analytics tool which doesn’t come from the AdTech world.

Best web analytics plugins for WordPress sites

Started your WordPress site, published some posts and now want to get some stats to figure out how you’re doing? It’s time to install a WordPress plugin for web analytics. WordPress is powering more t...

What we learned on our journey to $10,000 MRR

We’ve made it to $10,000 MRR with Plausible! Several people asked about our lessons learned, so I wanted to share some in this post. A brief introduction: Plausible Analytics is a simple, lightweight ...

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A design platform for teams who build products together. Born on the Web, Figma helps the entire product team create, test, and ship better designs, faster.

Leave Me Alone is an email unsubscription service, with a focus on privacy. Simply connect your Gmail account and you will see all your newsletters, subscriptions and spam, which you can then unsubscribe from with a single click.

How to send privacy friendly emails

We spend a lot of time thinking about the ethics of email. In this post we explore a "code of ethics" for email senders.

Unsubscribe and help save the planet this Black Friday weekend 🌳

It's that time of year again. Your mailbox is overflowing with unwanted Black Friday emails and you feel totally overwhelmed by the volume. But it doesn't have to be this way! Black Friday weekend is ...

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InVision is the Digital Product Design platform used to make the world’s best customer experiences. We provide design tools and educational resources for teams to navigate every stage of the product design process, from ideation to development.

Everything you need to know about mind mapping creation

A mind map is a visual tool for analyzing, comprehending, synthesizing, and creating new ideas. Here's how to get started The post Everything you need to know about mind mapping creation appeared firs...

How to manage user interviews in real time with a virtual whiteboard

After completing 50 remote user interviews in a year, this product owner shares best practices for using a virtual whiteboard to efficiently run sessions. The post How to manage user interviews in rea...

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The stories of ‘people of color’ in tech

The Latina(x) Founders Breaking The Glass Ceiling and Raising Millions

The number of Latinx founders in the US is continuing to growing at a faster rate than any other demographic. Yet we’re all familiar with the drab stats: only 2.4% of total VC funding goes to Black an...

Brandwatch’s Evelyn Castillo on being Latina in the workplace and the power of mentorship!

Brandwatch is hiring on pocitjobs.com As a kid, Evelyn Castillo created surveys for fun. In sixth grade, she did one on whether students would be more effective taking tests if there was a clock in th...

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My name is Sergio Martino and I am Frontend Software Engineer from Italy, living in Hertfordshire, UK. I am passionate about products, User Experience and real-world technology that makes sense in the context.

A 2020 retrospective

This past year has been a wild ride. Our communities have been through what has been one of the worst years in history, one that transformed how we live, work and socialise. Some of these changes are ...

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The premier tech, investing, and wealth-building platform for the Black community.

LL COOL J’s Rock The Bells Announces $8M Series A Funding Round Led By Raine Ventures

They’ve called him Big L’why, Big Silly, Big Money, Big Billy in Hip-Hop for years — and now, Silicon Valley can call LL COOL J that, too. In a press release announcement, it was revealed that Rock Th...

EFFEN Vodka Teams Up With Allies In Arts To Celebrate The Black And LGBTQQIA2S Communities

Here’s something to toast to! In a new partnership, EFFEN Vodka joins forces with Allies in Arts to create an official 2021 Pride 365 Bottle. According to PR Newswire, the bottle is a celebration of P...

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Tech news with an emphasis on early stage startups, raw innovation, and truly disruptive technologies.

Chinese hardware makers turn to crowdfunding as they look to go global

China’s tech giants have had a rough time in Western markets over the last few years. Huawei and DJI have been hit by trade restrictions, while TikTok and WeChat are threatened with their apps being b...

Watch a monkey equipped with Elon Musk’s Neuralink device play Pong with its brain

Elon Musk’s Neuralink, one of his many companies and the only one currently focused on mind control (that we’re aware of), has released a new blog post and video detailing some of its recent updates —...

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Discover neuroscience-based strategies to cultivate your curiosity, maximise your productivity, and dare to create. By subscribing to Maker Mind, you will receive original articles to increase your creativity and your productivity every week.

Taste: why we like what we like

You may think your likes and dislikes are formed through rational decision-making. After all— whether it is books, movies, music, food, romantic partners, or fashion—your tastes are a defining part of...

90 journaling prompts to spark new personal insights

Journaling offers many benefits, including improved mood, fewer stress-related visits to the doctor, feeling of greater psychological well-being, reduced depressive symptoms and absenteeism from work,...

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Dayglow’s “Close To You” Gets Product Managers Out Of Their Heads, Back Into The Game

Ever overthink things at work? Feel frustrated by personalities who dominate conversations and decision-making? Or The post Dayglow’s “Close To You” Gets Product Managers Out Of Their Heads, Back Into...

Humanity’s Reaction To The Moon-Munching Remina Reveals How Cognitive Bias Can Destroy Product Manager Ability To Correctly Address Client Problems

Junji Ito’s sci-fi horror Remina explores the savagery of a hopeless humanity as a cosmic-level The post Humanity’s Reaction To The Moon-Munching Remina Reveals How Cognitive Bias Can Destroy Product ...

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Intercom is a suite of customer messaging products that drives growth at every stage of the customer lifecycle—across acquisition, engagement, and support. Today more than 30,000 businesses use Intercom to connect with a billion people worldwide.

Cliniko founder Joel Friedlaender on bringing digital transformation to healthcare

Cliniko founder Joel Friedlaender chats to Intercom's Dee Reddy about remote-first working, how COVID-19 has accelerated changes in health tech, and why robust data compliance practices are more impor...

How support leaders measure (and improve) the quality of their customer support

What does quality support actually look like? We partnered with Klaus to survey hundreds of support leaders and get a deeper understanding of how they define, measure, and improve "quality". Here's wh...

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My goal is to help non-technical founders from diverse backgrounds to kickstart and validate ideas without breaking the bank. Lack of Funding and not being able to Code are the two main reasons people give for not building amazing things that help their community or society. I'm here to show people it’s much easier than they think with a little hustle and self-investment.

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The idea for VEED came from being frustrated working with complex and time-consuming editing software. After spending thousands of hours editing videos with complicated programs, we realised that for many editing tasks the current solution where overkill. We need a simple yet powerful online video editor.

Running a startup from a camper van

We have all seen the photos on Instagram and Pinterest. The perfectly filtered photos of beautiful people are making a living working on their laptops in a converted camper van. Sipping a coffee while...

How to build a video editor

Introduction VEED.IO is completely self-funded and our team is less than 10 engineers in total. Yet, despite our limitations, over the past 2 years, we have managed to build something we previously do...

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EmailOctopus is an affordable, easy-to-use email marketing platform for anyone with an audience. We’re committed to saving you money, we’ll never compromise on deliverability, and we’re passionate about providing great service with a personal touch.

How to create the ultimate sales launch sequence

There are plenty of ways to generate buzz for your new sales launch, from running ads on Google and social media, to incentivizing your affiliate network to do the promotion for you. But whatever your...

Women in MarTech: an interview with Shannon Crabill

For International Women’s Day 2020, we kicked off a series of interviews with some of the most esteemed women in the email marketing industry. These women jumped on Zoom calls and played email ping po...

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A global platform that allows anyone to create, share, find and attend events that fuel their passions.

How to Set Up Eventbrite’s Mailchimp Integration in 8 Simple Steps

Creating meaningful relationships with your community can help to boost attendance for your event and improve the overall experience for your guests. The good news is that you can now easily do this w...

The Ultimate List of Livestreaming Apps Event Creators Need to Know About in 2021

With the right livestreaming app, you can boost the reach of any event and attract audiences both near and far. Streaming your event live online means that people can attend from anywhere in the world...

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We invest in early-stage community-driven companies.

Behind Every Strong Local Community is an Army of Women Running Businesses from Home

By: Sonia Sahney Nagar + Kara WeberOur investment in West Tenth (and Why we Love Marketplaces)At community fund our thesis is to invest in companies with community at their core. We define community-d...

The Community Playbook Cheat Sheet

Source: UnsplashThis week, The Community Fund’s LP, Flybridge Capital, released The Community Playbook, a guide to help founders set up their communities and leverage community as their differentiatio...

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Trello is the easy, free, flexible, and visual way to manage your projects and organize anything, trusted by millions of people from all over the world.

21+ Questions Every Manager Should Ask Their Employees

Two’s a company, three’s a crowd, and 10… is a whole lot of employees to keep up with.

How Teams Can Master Setting Goals In An Ever-Changing Environment

Migrating geese are nature’s perfect example of setting goals as a team. Knowing their destination, geese use their V-shaped formation to fly more efficiently, save energy, and travel farther. In this...

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Growth marketer, writer, and indie maker.

12 Scholarships in 12 Months: Announcing the AMPLIFY Scholarship Series

The AMPLIFY initiative will give away 12 scholarships in 12 months for various causes. You can apply for scholarships, contribute to them, or suggest upcoming scholarships.

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ConvertKit is email marketing software for online creators - the authors, makers, podcasters, photographers, YouTubers, teachers, artists and other creators building the future.

Help Scout is designed with your customers in mind. Provide email and live chat with a personal touch, and deliver help content right where your customers need it, all in one place, all for one low price.

Marketing, sales, and service software that helps your business grow without compromise. Because “good for the business” should also mean “good for the customer.”

How To Make a YouTube End Screen [+ Templates & Examples]

While certainly a source of entertainment, YouTube is also an incredible platform for marketers to use, especially since it is the second-largest search engine in the world. Its users take action base...

How To Design An Annual Report [+ Template & Examples]

An annual report offers a comprehensive overview of your business’s yearly operations. As the content in these reports is heavy-hitting, it’s essential to present it in a way that helps your audience ...

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Define software specifications through advanced wireframes and realistic simulations. Our solutions are aimed at minimizing the risks in software development and reducing development costs to the minimum.

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The Ultimate Deliberate Practice Guide: How to Be the Best

Everything You Need to Know to Improve Your Performance at Anything—For Beginners and Experts Deliberate practice is the best technique for achieving expert performance in every field—including writin...

What Information Do You Need in Order to Change?

“Feedback is an effective tool for promoting efficient behavior: it enhances individuals’ awareness of choice consequences in complex settings.” —“Feedback and Efficient Behavior,” Sandro Casal, Nives...

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Axure (Ak Shûr) drives innovative digital experiences. Our UX platform is a powerful & flexible solution for you to truly explore and innovate, all in one place

Rediscover Repeaters

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A Nicer Way to Make Forms

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CSS In Real Life is a blog covering CSS topics and useful snippets on the web’s most beautiful language.

Tailwind Thoughts

Although I use utility class framework Tailwind CSS for work, in some ways I am a reluctant user. I actively advocated for us to adopt it as…

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TDB brings you carefully curated design inspiration, featuring works of designers and studios from all over the world.

Branding for Dumpling Darlings by Foreign PolicyA dumpling bar...

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UX Design Weekly is a weekly email of relevant, curated links for anyone interested in User Experience Design.

Issue 330

Articles 100 Things I Know About Design A list by Dan Saffer. What a UX Strategist Does A UX Strategist aligns user experience design with the business goals and strategy of the company. How to ask fo...

Issue 329

Articles Computers and Creativity What we can do with computers is often limited by the depth to which we are able to think creatively. The PM 🤝 Design Partnership Five tips for PMs working with desi...

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Dribbble is the leading destination to find & showcase creative work and home to the world's best design professionals.

Why more and more web designers are moving from WordPress to Wix

Learn why millions of people worldwide are creating their websites with Wix, and why more and more professional web designers are leaving WordPress to join them.

Your favorite logo designs get a retro-inspired makeover

Get inspired by this graphic designer’s collection of retro-inspired logo designs.

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Maze is a user testing platform that turns your prototype into actionable insights from real users, bringing confidence to the design process.

Email marketing resources, webinars & tools to grow your business.

Stand out and get recognized with email branding

Learn how to create emails that reflect who you are, and what you're all about.

Send ultra-relevant emails using groups (aka email tagging)

Learn how to use custom groups (email tags) to organize and target your subscribers with content tailored specifically for them.

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We're building a vibrant community of game-changers, community builders and passionate entrepreneurs. Foundervine exists to accelerate the growth of entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds by connecting them to each other and those that can support them. By joining us, you gain access to the targeted learning that grows ideas, develops leaders and sustains early stage enterprises.

From challenge to change: Spotlight on local community entrepreneur Mark Hill

Businesses can start from any place where there is a need and someone takes the chance to fulfil those needs. Now more than ever…Continue reading on Foundervine »

Foundervine named as one of 25 organisations to receive support from the new PwC Foundation…

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Your Guide to Associate Product Manager Roles: Part I

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How to Make Data-Driven Decisions with Microsoft

Product School hosted Chester Staley, Product Leader at Microsoft for an #AskMeAnything session. Chester answered questions transitioning into Product, how to analyze data, and advice on career develo...

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Alone in my car, I screamed “no!” out loud as Colleen told Michele that, just as she was approaching the milestone of 100 trial signups for her new SaaS app, she considered quitting altogether. Collee...

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We're the content, research and design team at Deliveroo. We help riders move, restaurants grow and customers eat in over 200 cities around the world. Come find the answers with us.

Behind the scenes of Airbnb's creative culture through the lens of our team.

Designing for crisis

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Running pace calculator in R Shiny

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Hypothesis test by hand

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NumPy arrays to PyTorch tensors and back

The basics of converting NumPy arrays to PyTorch tensors and vice versa.

TorchVision transforms

TorchVision, a PyTorch computer vision package, has a great API for image pre-processing in its torchvision.transforms module. This post gives some basic usage examples, describes the API and shows yo...

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Behance is the world's leading platform for creative professionals across all industries.

How to Get Featured on Behance: Insights and Tips from Our Curation Team

Behance receives over a million unique visitors every day looking to get inspired and share their work with the creative community. Our Discover page and search features are designed to help our membe...

Meet This Month’s Guest Curator: Lisa Odette Butean

Each month we invite an artist to curate the Behance social feed for one week. March Guest Curator Lisa Odette Butean speaks to us about her transition from 2D to 3D design, and the inspiration behind...

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Anima’s mission is to streamline design to development, automatically. We believe that great UX makes everything better. We want to bring a better experience to those creating it.

Introducing: Anima Chrome extension for Figma

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How to Export Sketch to React

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Marie is author of the #1 New York Times bestselling book 'Everything is Figureoutable'.

Squeamish About Selling? How to Fall in Love with Sales & Marketing

Does the thought of sales make you squirm? In today’s MarieTV, I answer a question from Bettina who runs a social enterprise in Australia, but struggles with the selling part of running her business. ...

Why People Ignore Your Writing — and How to Fix It with Cole Schafer

This is the most important sentence you’ll ever write. The fate of every click, share, like, and sale rides on one little line… Your hook. Why is it SO important? Because whether you’re a business own...

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Low-fidelity wireframing tool for founders, PMs, developers, students, and senior UX professionals.

Announcing New Mentors of Our Office Hours Program

After two years, our Office Hours program is still going great. Several new Balsamiq mentors are now available for a chat. Come meet us online!

UX/UI Links of March 2021

Our favorite UX and UI links from March 2021, including articles about navigation placement, design handoffs, click menus, and more.

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The finest, curated mobile and web design patterns for your inspiration. Curated by designers, for designers. We're on a mission to create the world's most extensive design inspiration library and community. We believe in empowering designers and helping them make better decisions for products that make the world a better place.

Applying the Rule of Thirds in Design

Symmetry is one of the basic and important aspects of design. In fact, this is so because our mind is programmed to look for patterns such as symmetry. The more harmonious the design is, the more it w...

How to Build Your Design System

Building a design system is important because it allows you to scale your design once it’s ready for scaling. If you don’t have a design system in place, your design will either crumble or scale in wa...

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Plant is a powerful version control & collaboration tool that is seamlessly integrated with Sketch. Plant works to organize your projects and ensures that none of your creative process is lost.

Webflow empowers designers to create beautiful, responsive websites—without writing a single line of code, or relying on a developer. Its drag-and-drop interface looks, feels, and works like familiar desktop design tools, and writes clean, semantic code any developer would be proud of.

Student projects in Webflow

A conversation with one student and her mother about why Webflow was chosen as the platform to build an extracurricular project.

10 inspiring sites from Black creators

A rundown of recent sites and templates by Black creators that have inspired us, and we hope they’ll inspire you too.

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We're a cross-disciplinary team that loves to create great experiences and make meaningful connections between listeners and creators.

An All-Inclusive Figma Template for Your Next Remote Design Sprint

Browse the template Senior Product Designer, Alexandria Goree, uses to plan and execute a fully remote design sprint.

Nanci Veitch, Design Program Manager

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We hand-craft this newsletter every week to include the most interesting and relevant news and information published that week both on CSS-Tricks and off.

The `ping` attribute on anchor links

I didn’t know this was a thing until Stefan Judis’s post:

Comparing the New Generation of Build Tools

A bunch of new developer tools have landed in the past year and they are biting at the heels of the tools that have dominated front-end development over the last few years, including webpack, Babel, R...

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We create websites and email builders designed for developers and non-tech users, in addition to services such as the Designmodo Market and Designmodo Jobs. Designmodo also provides articles, tutorials and industry news about trends and techniques. The website is visited by professionals from small- to large-sized companies and is used as a reference by many design and coding schools.

Giveaway Emails: Essentials, Best Practices, and Inspiring Examples

This post is originally published on Designmodo: Giveaway Emails: Essentials, Best Practices, and Inspiring Examples As one of the most engaging and promising communication channels, email marketing o...

Seobase Review: SEO Tools for Rank Tracking & Keyword Analysis

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Proto.io is an industry leading prototyping platform which gives designers, entrepreneurs, and developers the power to create pixel-perfect web and mobile app prototypes that look and feel just like the real thing. All without a single line of code.

5 Design Philosophies that Stand the Test of Time

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Top 5 Mobile App Designs of Spring 2021

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Inspiring hand picked curated masterpiece design project every day

100 Day Sprint

The last few years have been hard for me. Entering 2021, I am out of shape, obese, have high blood pressure, and a pretty high heart rate. All these give me an elevated risk of hospitalization and dea...

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Explain Lambda Functions Like I’m 5

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Break Git Down: How to Create A Branch From Main & Make Your First Commit in 2021

– Create Git cheatsheet of commands (git remote -v, git push, git init, git branch, renaming branches from master to main, etc) – create a branch – make a commit – push to main – * include section on ...

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Crowdfire is a powerful social media tool used by businesses and individuals all over the world to drive social media engagement and growth.

Instagram Remix is here — All you need to know

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Social Media Updates this week [Mar 20— Mar 26, 2021]

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NoCodeDevs 2.0 is a community network for #nocode makers. Participate in challenges, chat with other members, launch products, join bootcamps and discover the latest industry news. NCD 2.0 is a robust and growing community with 1,500 makers in 70+ countries.

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STACKED MARKETER - The marketer's #1 daily newsletter! FACEBOOK How to deal with that pesky 8-event limit and its Value Optimization implications This isn’t news, but rather a very useful tip and clar...

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STACKED MARKETER - The marketer's #1 daily newsletter! FROM THE CREW Want to make sure you get this newsletter on time? We’ve been seeing more and more readers join us. If you are one of them, here’s ...

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Ghost was founded in April 2013, after a very successful Kickstarter campaign to create a new platform focused solely on professional publishing. Our mission is to create the best open source tools for independent journalists and writers across the world, and have a real impact on the future of online media.

Helping teams listen to their users to build better products. Feedback is the breakfast of champions

Using Canny to integrate user feedback into your roadmapping and planning meetings

Strategic roadmapping and planning meetings are often missing a crucial element: They don't include the voice of the customer. The post Using Canny to integrate user feedback into your roadmapping and...

A step-by-step guide to finding your first 100 SaaS beta testers

If you're building a new SaaS product, finding beta testers is essential. This guide walks you through finding beta testers for your product. The post A step-by-step guide to finding your first 100 Sa...

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My name is Richard Awoyemi, and I’m the author of The Startup. I’m an Actuary, Self-Taught Developer, Entrepreneur and Investor.

Understanding Power Laws

In Wealth, Startups & Venture Capital

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Metrics, dunning, and engagement tools for SaaS & subscription businesses.

What is Contraction Monthly Recurring Revenue?

When you’re looking at your business goals, you need to consider not only your existing monthly revenue but your contraction monthly recurring revenue (MRR). Contraction Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR...

What is Subscription Marketing?

An in-depth study on everything you need to know about subscription marketing, and how Baremetrics features are designed to help you navigate the subscription economy. For marketing a subscription bus...

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Newsletter by first-gen entrepreneur, writing about the process of creating a self-funded business.

Self-Care is Actually Hard To Do

Why radical self-care is the medicine we need.

If You're Struggling to Reach Your Goals, Read This.

Vulnerable honesty on how I failed 2020.

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I'm a 21 y/o product designer & NYU student from New York City. Every week, I curate & summarize an article about product-building. This newsletter is read by over 4,600 other product people from MBA students to PMs at Twitter, Zendesk, and Nike

The Product Person #46

hi, Anthony here! In this newsletter, I curate insights on how to build great products. You’ll improve your product skills with every issue. Let’s get to it. (Btw, I started a Discord group for young ...

The Product Person: Lenny Rachitsky (full interview)

Listen now | hi, Anthony here! In this newsletter, I curate insights on how to build great products. You’ll improve your product skills with every issue. Today, I’m giving away a full PM News intervie...

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We're a community of indie hackers documenting our journeys to creating profitable businesses.

The story of a unicorn solo founder making $500,000 ARR

Do what you love, build projects and features people want, and the success will come. I bet you heard that many times.

Best email marketing tools

I researched dozen of email marketing tools, and I think my notes might be useful for anyone who is launching a new project.

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YDJ Blog was created by Hazel Lee, a freelance digital designer based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We showcase projects and creative stories on the blog and share it with a wider audience.

Animated GIFs Inspiration – April 2021

We share with you some amazing animated GIFs created by animators and motion designers we found on Dribbble, Behance and… The post Animated GIFs Inspiration – April 2021 appeared first on YDJ Blog.

Houda Bakkali, The Artist Who Captivates Audience In The Digital Space

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My name is Aaron Z. Lewis. I'm designing digital products and writing about the feedback loops between our media ecology, our psyches, and our culture.

MailUp is the powerful, scalable, and integrated marketing solution for creating quality relationships with your customers.

Newspapers vs. newsletters: how the world of information is changing

Many aspects of journalism changed over the course of 2020 due to the expanding crisis of printed newspapers in the post-pandemic scenario. The printed word has been abandoned, coming to reestablish i...

Empathy-driven design: a definition, the benefits, and practical applications to design valuable user experiences

Empathy-driven and data-informed: here are two essential principles to describe what it means to follow a human-centered design approach. We'll explore both aspects in a 2-part article. This will rela...

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Unbounce is a drag-and-drop builder that lets you create and publish your own landing pages, without needing a developer to code ‘em. It’s an easier and faster way to get more conversions from your traffic.

So Long, Third-Party Advertising?

Yep, the rumors are true—paid advertising is about to change in a *big* way. Find out how the iOS 14.5 update will affect your PPC campaigns, and what you can do to get ahead of it.

7 Formulas for Landing Page Headlines that Practically Write Themselves (With Examples)

These time-tested headline formulas will help you write better landing page headlines that drive clicks and conversions.

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My goal is to help you avoid boring people. I write about tech, finance, and personal growth. I also share interesting articles I’ve come across.

Ergodicity, what's it mean

Ensemble averages and time averages

Data analysis industry investment memo

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Disciple community management platform helps leaders build independent, valuable and trusted communities in a safe space that they own and control.

Co-founder / CEO of the togetherness platform. Communities you build in minutes. Packed with AI. Nordic made in spirit and in tech

Get smarter about building communities. Building a community is hard. Engaging a community is even harder. We put together 100s of resources that will help you build and grow communities. From books, tools to podcasts that you can listen to make better decisions for your community.

Community is truly is relationships. Uncommunity #19

Hi there,Uncommunity Weekly is a bi-weekly newsletter where we bring you community experts interviews, resources related to building and growing communities, tools that you can use to scale your commu...

Be better community builders. Uncommunity #18

Hi there, Uncommunity Weekly is a bi-weekly newsletter where we bring you community experts interviews, resources related to building and growing communities, tools that you can use to scale your comm...

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A turn-key community platform powering a fully-branded custom social network.

Measuring Online Community Success

You’ve launched your community, been engaging new members, posting new content, holding events, and so far you have a pretty good feeling things are going quite well. But *ARE* things really going wel...

Community Launch Day Checklist

Launch day is finally here! A Community Launch Checklist is a great tool to start planning and executing your new community launch. You have done so much work to get to this moment from interviews to ...

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Vanilla provides a one-stop-shop solution that combines the power of customer community, Q&A, knowledge base, and ideation to help brands improve CX and loyalty.

Why Content Maintenance is Important

The business and technology world moves fast. Technologies and tools get outdated quickly and are constantly being replaced by superior alternatives. Do you remember those video cassettes, or those 3 ...

7 Best Tips for Great Customer Service

Great customer service is crucial for your business to succeed. The days of being successful while not investing in excellent customer service are long gone. Here are the 7 best tips for great custome...

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All-in-one community software that makes it easy to engage your crowd.

Make better product decisions: Learn a structured and sustainable approach to continuous discovery.

The Verge covers life in the future.

Imposters steal restaurants’ names in delivery app deception

Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Ordering delivery through an app like DoorDash or GrubHub saves the trouble of cooking and lets you be a little picky — you can order from your favorite restauran...

Another 500 million accounts have leaked online, and LinkedIn’s in the hot seat

Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images You might still be reeling from the news that personal information from 533 million Facebook accounts has been made freely available online. But now ther...

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Hacker News is a social news website focusing on computer science and entrepreneurship. It is run by investment fund and startup incubator, Y Combinator.

215 – Mind Chemicals Controlling Your Money, Investments, & Financial Future

Today, we are going to show you what to do and what steps you can take to safeguard yourself against the chemicals in your own mind. The post 215 – Mind Chemicals Controlling Your Money, Investments, ...

214 – Million Dollar Bitcoin and the Future of Cryptocurrency with Mike Dillard

Today, we talk with Mike Dillard about the million-dollar bitcoin industry and the future of cryptocurrency. The post 214 – Million Dollar Bitcoin and the Future of Cryptocurrency with Mike Dillard ap...

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Buffer is an intuitive, streamlined social media management platform trusted by brands, businesses, agencies, and individuals to help drive meaningful engagement and results on social media. We have a suite of products for publishing, engagement, analytics, and team collaboration. Our products are carefully considered and highly refined in order to help social media marketers and teams work more efficiently and effectively.

2021 Pay Analysis: How We’ve Lowered Our Gender Pay Gap From 15% to 5.5%

Here are all of our numbers from our 2021 pay analysis, along with more on the positive impact that transparency has had on the gender pay gap for us.

How We Decide What To Pay Our Team: Our Salary Formula and Compensation Philosophy

In this post, we share an overview of our compensation philosophy and a simple explanation of our salary formula.

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Listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People” and one of Fortune’s “40 under 40.” Early-stage technology investor/advisor (Uber, Facebook, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba, and 50+ others) and the author of five #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers.

Plants of the Gods — Ayahuasca, Shamanic Knowledge, Coca, and the Adventures of Richard Evans Schultes (#508)

Plants of the Gods — Ayahuasca, Shamanic Knowledge, Coca, and the Adventures of Richard Evans Schultes

Psychedelics 101: Books, Documentaries, Podcasts, Science, and More

By popular request, I recorded the short video above to cover what I consider “psychedelics 101.” There is a sea of misinformation out there, and the video covers resources I consider well vetted. All...

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New York based Designer

2020 Reads

Kindred by Octavia E. Butler Parable of the Talents by Octavia E. Butler Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler Tell Me How Long the Train’s Been Gone by James Baldwin If Beale Street Could Talk by...

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How You Can Become An Authority In Your Field

5 min read Every expert or thought leader knows that authority is crucial. Without it, no one would ever listen to us. Robert Cialdini, a professor of marketing, business, and psychology, famously wro...

How To Get Repeat Customers For Your Business

5 min read Last year, 1,320 people bought one of my courses. And 54% of those sales came from existing customers. That’s massive. And this rate increased over time. In business, you need to focus on t...

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TikTok in R!

A quick tutorial showing how to use the tiktokrmd R package to display TikTok videos in .Rmd files and then serve them up on GitHub pages.

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The blend of Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience

The brain commands the activities that we perform and we generate the code for the machines to make them perform those activities that we want. What if we connect our brains with the working... The po...

Top 5 Courses on Coursera for Deep Learning

To create the patterns of the human brain and train the model to think, act, decide, and work like humans it is necessary to involve the field of deep learning. The deep neural networks... The post To...

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We help you build better communities by focusing on data & social sciences.

👋 Hey, Gene here. My goal is to help startups turn their visitors into paying customers. Growth Insider looks at successful companies and breaks down their designs and successful growth into actionable takeaways. Every few weeks I send out a breakdown of an app, startup, or an established business, so you can try and replicate their success.

Writer + podcaster studying creators and online communities

What is community?

Community means a lot to me. It started as a volunteer interest while running student organizations in college and organizing startup weekend events. Then it became my business while building the Unre...

Unreal Collective has been acquired by Smart Passive Income

Unreal Collective, my paid community and virtual accelerator, has been acquired by Smart Passive Income. And beginning January 1, 2021, I’ll be stepping into a leadership role with Smart Passive Incom...

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The API-first content platform to build digital experiences.

5 insights that propel brands into the ranks of digital leaders

Andrew Kumar spoke to 100 digital leaders over 90 days to come up with insights about the 5 things that make brands into digital leaders.

Scale, govern and manage content faster than ever with tags and permissions

Learn how our new tags and tag-based permissions help teams categorize, access and reuse content to improve collaboration with searchability and governance.

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See what others do not. NFX is a seed-stage venture firm that is transforming how true innovators are funded.

The 4 Types Of Defensibility

by James Currier (@JamesCurrier). James is a General Partner at NFX, a seed-stage venture firm headquartered in San Francisco. In my conversation with Scott Cook (Co-Founder of Intuit, and formerly on...

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Community Strategist. Currently: Head of Community at Venafi. Previously Salesforce & Atlassian.

Hi Steven- thanks for reading the post.

Hi Steven- thanks for reading the post. I’m sorry to hear your stepson has Crohns. They’re not the same, but they’re very similar- both are IBD. Crohns is especially tough. Hope he’s in remission and ...

I like to call this the poop hat!

I like to call this the poop hat!

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My newsletter explores the principles of technology development that build and reinforce real and meaningful relationships missing IRL.

Lessons Learned: Building Belonging at Work

“That is what learning is. You suddenly understand something you’ve understood all your life, but in a new way.” — Doris Lessing

Issue #49: Belonging and Narratives

In so many ways, we are the products of the stories that we tell ourselves. Yesterday, my dad started his first round of chemotherapy for the not one, but two cancers he has. My family has known about...

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Keynote speaker, marketing strategist, podcaster, author of 7 books including Marketing Rebellion. I extract the signal from the noise. COO of B Squared Media.

Connecting, training, and advocating for community professionals world-wide

Why You Should Spring Clean Your Community

Communities evolve. Members leave, members join, topics come and go. Through all of this, the community will change and grow. It is inevitable that your community will reach a point where you need to ...

The CMX Community Reading List

At CMX, we’re all about helping community professionals thrive. And what better way to level up your community building than learning from the greats? The CMX community reading list is a curated selec...

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A powerful community platform integrated into your product. Increase user engagement, retention and customer lifetime value.

Types of Customer Service to Provide Exceptional Support Experiences

Customers expect brands to offer different types of customer service. Microsoft says that 59% of people have used three or more channels when contacting companies for help. And 9% of… The post Types o...

Types of Customer Service to Provide Exceptional Support Experiences

Customers expect brands to offer different types of customer service. Microsoft says that 59% of people have used three or more channels when contacting companies for help. And 9% of… The post Types o...

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We collaborate with global community leaders to implement proven, research-backed strategies for community success.

Community Management strategist & Program Manager | Internal Community Programs Lead @ Google | Excitable Geek | Lover of spectacle | I write about my passions

What is ‘community’ when everyone is isolated?

by Carter Gibson, Internal Community Programs LeadContinue reading on Google Cloud - Community »

Pornhub’s Nuclear Reaction Necessary Thanks to Lackluster Moderation

What happened to Pornhub eventually happens to any growing platform without proper community investments. But, in a twist, is it leading…Continue reading on Medium »

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UXPin’s design editor lets you create the perfect user experience from start to finish without leaving the app. Go from lo-fi to hi-fi in seconds using pre-made customizable elements from our UI libraries or elements imported from your own Sketch library.

Breaking Down Silos to Improve Digital Product Development

Breaking down silos makes it easier for everyone involved in a project to work together towards a common goal. Unfortunately, traditional working environments make cross-team collaboration different. ...

Encourage collaborative design to build better products

“Design is a process. An intimate collaboration between engineers, designers, and clients,” — Henry Dreyfuss, design pioneer. Collaborative design has helped people make some of the greatest products ...

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Connecting association community managers to information and resources that enable thriving communities.

I'm a leading community manager, speaker, author, and podcaster. I'm the founder of Jono Bacon Consulting which provides community strategy/execution, developer workflow, and other services. I previously served as director of community at GitHub, Canonical, XPRIZE, OpenAdvantage, and consulted and advised a range of organizations.

Slack vs. Forums: How to Choose

In 1934, American essayist Christopher Morley founded a literary society devoted entirely to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes novels. The inaugural meeting occurred at the Christ Cella restaur...

Nine Critical Best Practices for YouTube Success

Looking for more YouTube channel success? If so, read on, I’ll be giving you 9 tips to make sure you can get there. But First.. Why YouTube? With over 2 billion monthly active users, and over one bill...

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Margins is a biweekly newsletter by Can Duruk and Ranjan Roy. It’s loosely about business of technology industry, and also technology of the business. We like the name, and the symmetry. We are interested in how technology is changing the business of everything, with a slight focus on security and media. Coming from different backgrounds, finance and technology, and converging into one, business, we try to hit a nice balance of diversity and coherence.

Cathie Wood and Content Strategy

Downloadable spreadsheets and media hacking

Bitcoin and Buying Things

Here's to the risk managers, not the risk takers.

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I'm Noele Flowers, and I'm a community manager and content creatorl. I'm currently running all things community at Teachable, a platform that helps online entrepreneurs create and sell online courses. At Teachable, I created and run our community program which includes a private tiered forum, virtual events, product betas, and exclusive custom content. I have *a lot of thoughts and feelings* about community management, and I'll be sharing those via my blog.

I believe that humans are tool builders. We apply intellect to create instruments that complement our innate capabilities. Think of skyscrapers – there’s no way to build them with bare hands. My goal is to research how to think better. And to figure out what tools we can build to improve how we think and learn.

Currently building community at Commsor

Defining Community for Businesses

The broadness of community is both a blessing and a curse. As a term and concept it can often be hard to explain. Ask 10 different people to define community from the perspective of their company, and...

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A place for independent writing. We make it simple for a writer to start a paid newsletter. We started Substack because we believe that what you read matters and that good writing is valuable. We believe that writers, bloggers, thinkers, and creatives of every background should be able to pursue their curiosity, generating income directly from their own audiences and on their own terms.

Going Paid: How Edwin Dorsey launched and grew The Bear Cave

We invited Edwin Dorsey, author of The Bear Cave, to share his insights on launching a paid newsletter. Edwin is an individual investor who writes analysis and commentary in the world of short selling...

Going Paid: Advice from Illyanna Maisonet, author of Eat Gorda Eat

We sat down with Illyanna Maisonet, who writes Eat Gorda Eat, to share her reflections on launching a paid newsletter.

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Patreon is a creator-founded membership platform that helps creators change the way their art is valued through a direct relationship with their fans. Thousands of video makers, podcasters, musicians, writers, game developers, and other creators are making a salary on Patreon. Through ongoing financial support, they are able to spend more time connecting their fan community and creating filling the internet beautiful things that millions of people enjoy.

The Second Renaissance is Here

To kick our mission into high gear, we’ve raised a Series F funding round of $155M at a $4B valuation. This is proof of the incredible power and potential of creators, and of building this new economy...

A Man, A Van, and the Latest Releases: How Pretty Much It Made 2020 Work

When COVID-19 came along and confined Eric to his van — yes, he lives in a van — he could no longer make the comedic commentary tracks his long-time listeners know and love. So he did what so many cre...

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Our SaaS cloud-based community + marketing automation platform brings people together to ignite engagement + problem-solving.

Fresh tech and business news served daily.

Founder of 24hrstartup.com and Starter Stories

51 Countries

I just ran a query on the Starter Story database to see how many different countries we've featured businesses in. 51! Here's the full list: Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan...

March 2021 In Review

First of all, sorry for missing last month’s report! To be brutally honest, I procrastinated it because February was the first month we didn’t grow at least 15% month over month since last June! Traff...

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Hi, I'm Anna founder of Community Finder. I've made my career in digital product development during the last 7 years. Things my experience covers is software engineering, business process management and content development and strategy.

Audio-first community handbook

Handbook on how to start, manage and grow an audio-first community or incorporate audio-practices in your existing community.

Workflows of audio-first communities

In the article we will be talking about workflows of audio-first communities. What you can expect, and how you can organize onboarding, community rituals and knowledge hub of your audio community.

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We provide educational material on all things Postgres.

Announcing Google Cloud Storage (GCS) Support for pgBackRest

Crunchy Data is pleased to announce its most recent release of pgBackRest: 2.33 with a number of new features including multiple repository support and GCS support. With pgBackRest 2.33 we are especia...

Database Terminology Explained: Postgres High Availability and Disaster Recovery

In my day to day, I'm surrounded by great database engineers. They talk about things like HA and raft protocol and the right and wrong approach for configuring synchronous vs. asynchronous replication...

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I build internet communities. I'm the Co-Founder of Late Checkout, a product studio that designs, creates and acquires internet communities. I'm also a growth advisor at TikTok and a venture partner at Indicator Ventures, a tech venture fund.

Reddit: Organized Lightning

One of social media's oldest companies is also its most undervalued

Welcome to the Spontaneous Internet

Lately, I’ve been thinking about how the internet is getting more spontaneous. Posting, liking, commenting and messaging are all slowly morphing into hanging out online. This is changing how we connec...

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I’ve been leading online communities since the early 2000s and have created community for presidential campaigns, non-profits, small businesses, and the Fortune Global 50. I know the power of online community because I’ve been both the recipient and creator of powerful connection.

The 6 Biggest Myths & Mistakes of Online Communities

What are the things that people assume about community building that drive you completely BONKERS?! Here are the worst culprits I hear: You need to be an extrovert to create an online community. Peopl...

The Ultimate Quick-Start Guide to Meaningful Engagement

Instead of telling you how to get people to “talk more” or “get people to care” I’m going to talk about the actual way to engage people while also making the world better. There is a lot of rhetoric o...

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My name is Evan Hamilton. I love to bring people together. I’m privledged to get paid to find ways to create win-win situations for companies and customers. Currently I am Community Team Manager at Reddit. Previously I was Director of Community at CMX, Community Lead at Coursera, Director of Community & Customer Loyalty at ZOZI, Head of Community at UserVoice, and Community Ambassador at Flock. I’ve been doing this for over 10 years and still love getting to do this work each and every day.

The Future of Remote Work (and why companies need to start hiring more community professionals NOW)

Slack just released some fascinating research on remote work in the age of COVID-19. There are some fascinating takeaways every manager should think deeply on. Notably, that most employees would prefe...

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With Build With Users we’re sharing lessons on how software startups with traction are building their business leveraging a user community. We’re interviewing people behind such companies to learn about how they grow their community, keep people engaged, and use their community to improve their product.

How Strapi is shaping community and building their product open source

An interview with Daniel Phiri, Developer Relations at Strapi

Build With Users Curated #6

The potential & challenges of voice-based platforms and communities

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Mighty Networks powers brands and businesses that bring people together via online courses, paid memberships, events, content, and community–all under your brand, instantly available natively on every platform. We serve the rapidly growing world of “creators with a purpose” in the emerging category called The Passion Economy.

3 Ways B2B Community is Changing in 2021

The pandemic has taught B2B companies that they can’t go back to how things used to be. But that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. When all B2B community marketing went online, many companies tried to r...

Why Every Brand Needs a Community Designer

If you’ve been trying to figure out how to structure your community for success, you’re not alone. But contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to pay thousands of dollars for a one-off course. And ...

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Podcast 328: For Twilio’s CIO, every internal developer is a customer

When your customer base is your internal engineering department, you can't make everyone happy all the time. The post Podcast 328: For Twilio’s CIO, every internal developer is a customer appeared fir...

What international tech recruitment looks like post-COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way the tech industry works and how talent in the industry is recruited. Because everyone is remote, more companies are recruiting internationally. The post What inte...

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I’m Rosie Sherry. I’ve been building communities professionally for around 15 years. I’ve done everything from meetup groups, managing a coworking community, to creating a global community for software testers, to where I am now, leading the community over at Indie Hackers. This is a newsletter for people who want to build communities.

200+ Minimum Viable Community Ideas

This is a collaborative post by Rosie, Erin and Danielle. ❤️We’re almost midway through our Rosieland Community Building cohort and we thought the results of a collaboration activity would be useful a...

This week in community building - Issue 80

Give this a ❤️ if you appreciate this newsletter.10 Principles for Healthy Communities by Meg WheatleyBy Fabian Pfortmüller1. People support what they create.2. People act responsibly when they care3....

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At Starter Story, we interview successful entrepreneurs and share the stories behind their business. In each interview, we ask how they got started, how they grew, and how they run their business today. The stories are inspiring and also provide specific advice and insight into starting a business. By sharing these stories, we want to help others get started.

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Basecamp solves the critical problems that every growing business deals with.It’s the saner, calmer, organized way to manage projects and communicate company-wide. We built Basecamp because we need what you need: a system to help stay on top of it all. A way to keep people on the same page, organize and share information, discuss, make and nail down decisions. A system that helps us prioritize meaningful work, cut out wasted time and restore some work-life balance to employees.

Testimony before the North Dakota Senate Industry, Business and Labor Committee

Chairman Klein and members of the Senate Industry, Business and Labor Committee- My name is David Heinemeier Hansson, and I’m the CTO and co-founder of Basecamp, a small internet company from Chicago ...

Reiterating our Use Restrictions Policy

The attack on the US Capitol, and subsequent threats of violence surrounding the inauguration of the new US administration, has moved us to reflect and reacquaint ourselves with the reality that howev...

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My name is Vaibhav Dwivedi and I love Psychology. I provide psychological insights to help you become smarter and improve your decision-making skills.

Puritanical Bias

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Freelance Writer, Web Developer & Indie Hacker. Starting in the early 2000's with a simple HTML site, I built a mail - order e-commerce business to over $1M in sales over 4 years before being acquired and moving on to focus on a career in web development.

Project Brief - Create a Desktop App for Writers

To design and develop a desktop productivity app (Mac) for romance writers, with an attractive UI.

How I Grew a Mail-Order Business To $1M in Sales

A short story detailing the highs and lows of building my first business and catching the entrepreneurial bug.

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Brandwatch is the world’s leading enterprise social intelligence company, allowing users to analyze and utilize conversations from across the social web. It is the perfect platform to make sense of the chatter about your brand online.

The Big Consumer Financial Trends for 2021

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Smashing Magazine delivers useful and innovative information to web designers and developers. The goal is to support the community with articles about the latest trends and techniques in web development. We try our best to impress you not with the quantity but with the quality of the articles we publish. We hope that makes us different. Smashing Magazine is, and always has been, independent.

Better Documentation And Team Communication With Product Design Docs

Have you ever struggled to get the green light on your design proposals? Do you feel like your design process needs to be formalized? Is the COVID19 era becoming a challenge for you when working remot...

Flaky Tests: Getting Rid Of A Living Nightmare In Testing

Unreliable tests are a living nightmare for anyone who writes automated tests or pays attention to the results. Flaky tests have even given folks nightmares and sleepless nights. In this article, Ramo...

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Zeplin is a connected workspace where you can share, organize and collaborate on designs — built with developers in mind. Zeplin was founded in 2014 and today we are honored to support 3.5+ million users from thousands of product teams, including Apple, Starbucks, Salesforce, Amazon, Microsoft, Audi and many more.

Zeplin Highlights: Publish in order, semantic colors and make a copy

Welcome to the first edition of the Zeplin Highlights!As the Zeplin crew, we’re dedicated to helping teams deliver on the promise of design and we’re excited to share several new features to make this...

Figma and Zeplin: Superformula’s winning design-to-development process

Superformula is a cutting-edge, full-stack digital transformation partner that specializes in design, engineering, research and insights. Since its inception in 2010, Superformula has grown to include...

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7 Ways to Build Virality into Your Product - Startup Sanctuary

It can be hard spreading the good word about your product when just starting out. This means you want to be tactical and take every opportunity you...

Startup Weekly - Startups and Digital Marketing with Catherine Yushina of Soar - Startup Sanctuary

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Identity Management: how to overcome the tendency of obsession.

I’m a person who eats healthy things. Everyone around me should know about my healthy eating habits. I don’t just want to eat healthy, I want people to know me as a healthy eater guy as well. My goal ...

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DEV is a community of software developers getting together to help one another out. The software industry relies on collaboration and networked learning. We provide a place for that to happen.

Sudoku Solver - A Visualizer made using Backtracking Algorithm

Introduction: Sudoku is one of the most popular logic-based number-placement puzzle game. The literal meaning of "Su-doku" in Japanese is "the number that is single". The objective is to fill a nine-b...

Dangers and opportunities of technical Disneyland vol.2 – becoming a leader in SaaS company

If you do something well enough, after some time your skill is worth teaching other people. In the second part of the interview, we continue to talk with Filip, Head of the Platform in LiveChat about ...

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I’m fundraising for my company and I promised that a good story will come out of this. I’m starting this newsletter at the beginning of my Wefunder crowdfunding campaign. I will be sharing my thoughts and my progress throughout the process.

#NikemaLearns About AWS – #3 We Have an Exam Date

I passed my practice exams thrice in a row so I felt ready to register for the real thing. I booked my test yesterday (February 26, 2021) and my exam date is April 9th. I’ve had a busy and tiring week...

#NikemaLearns About AWS – #2 A Milestone Met!

I really wanted to finish my video course before writing this blog post, and *spoiler alert* I did it! I finished the course and took my second practice exam today. I didn’t get a passing score (69.23...

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Will Clubhouse be a Habit or Has-Been?

The post Will Clubhouse be a Habit or Has-Been? appeared first on Nir and Far.

How to “Listen Like you Mean It”

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We believe investing at the earliest stage is the greatest asset we can bring to your company. Whether it’s finding product market fit, founder disputes, building out your sales and marketing capabilities or introductions to our global network, we provide you with a carefully curated core team and community of incredible people across the world to help you build your business.

From Intern to Analyst: Lessons from two years at one of Europe’s leading VC firms.

It’s hard to believe almost two years have passed since I joined Seedcamp. This milestone has prompted me to reflect on some of the stand-out learnings from my time in VC. The post From Intern to Anal...

Avoiding Pandemic Related Burnout – Tips From Across the Seedcamp Nation

One of the biggest strengths of the Seedcamp Nation is the huge value that comes from founders helping other founders, and this season has been no exception. The post Avoiding Pandemic Related Burnout...

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Detect CSS Overflow Elements

Every once in a while you encounter a CSS annoyance that takes some cleverness to discover. One such case rears its ugly head in unwanted and unexpected scrollbars. When I see unwanted scrollbars, I u...

How to Mine Ethereum

Note: I expect a large number of people to object to cryptocurrency mining’s energy use and I totally understand. Hell, I agree. A few notes to consider: first, this will soon be remedied by Ethereum ...

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Earnest Capital provides early-stage funding, resources and a network of experienced advisors to founders building sustainable profitable businesses.

Crowdfunding the future of Earnest Capital

From day one it has been clear that the opportunity is absolutely enormous to build a new kind of capital + community + mentorship for bootstrappers, makers, indie hackers, and builders of calm compan...

Launching the “Earnest OS” beta test to support calm founders

“What if you had access to plug-and play infrastructure that supported any calm company as it scales?” I’m excited to launch the Earnest Operating System [Earnest OS] beta this week to answer that ver...

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We are a seed stage Venture Capital fund, investing £500k – £2m in early stage software companies in the UK. Our eight strong team is a combination of former entrepreneurs and experienced investors. We have deep connections with Silicon Valley, where several of us have built businesses.

L’importanza vittoria VDR con le fusioni ed acquisizioni

La data room online o la è una struttura di archiviazione online per documenti importanti per nel modo che aziende. Nel modo che data room online vengono spesso utilizzate in relazione alle transazion...

Ant-virus User Reviews — Why Are They Significant?

There is a riches info available on antivirus user reviews and just how they can help you. The internet is not inexpensive, so that it makes good sense to receive as much data from several sources as ...

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🙋🏻‍♀️ How to create an 'other' field

When you ask your respondent to choose out of a list of options, you might want to give the possibility to enter a missing option and ask a follow-up question.

Integrate Tally with Airtable

Save Tally form responses as new records in your Airtable database.

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I read dozens of research reports, scan obscure subreddits, and cold email people that I’m not supposed to. I dig deep into each and every internet nook and cranny. And I do it all in service of finding data points to effectively analyze the prospects and promise of interesting startups.

My Favorite Company Deep Dives of 2020

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How Live-streaming Ecommerce Works in China

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The New York Times is dedicated to helping people understand the world through on-the-ground, expert and deeply reported independent journalism.

Partial tally in Amazon union drive favors ‘No’ votes.

With about half the ballots counted late Thursday, votes against unionization had a more than 2-to-1 advantage, according to a tally by The New York Times.

Is ‘Femtech’ the Next Big Thing in Health Care?

Start-ups and tech companies are creating products to address women’s health care needs. It’s still a small segment of the market, but growing.

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The Guardian is renowned for its agenda-setting journalism including, most recently the Cambridge Analytica, Paradise and Panama Papers investigations as well as the Pulitzer Prize and Emmy-winning NSA revelations.

National Archives won’t be allowed to restore Trump’s tweets on the platform

Twitter said that because of the former president’s ban content from his account will not appear on the social network The National Archives will not be allowed to resurrect Donald Trump’s tweets on t...

Alabama warehouse workers on track to reject forming Amazon’s first US union

Results have not yet been finalized, but workers so far have voted 1,100-463 against forming a union at the Bessemer facilityVote counting kicked off on Thursday in a consequential unionization drive ...

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We have one goal at PandoDaily: To be the site-of-record for that startup root-system and everything that springs up from it, cycle-after-cycle.

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Product Update: Powerful New Inbox Sidebar

We’re excited to announce the launch of our new Inbox Sidebar! 🎉 This update is in preparation for our public launch of Live Chat in the next month. But as you’ll see, the new sidebar is very powerfu...

What is an SLA: Definition, Examples, and Tips for Small Businesses

Find out how small businesses can benefit from understanding the principles behind SLAs. The post What is an SLA: Definition, Examples, and Tips for Small Businesses appeared first on Groove Blog.

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Since January 2006, Copyblogger has been teaching people how to create killer online content. Not bland corporate crap created to fill up a company webpage. Valuable information that attracts attention, drives traffic, and builds your business.

I’m Stepping Down as Copyblogger CEO

The time has come. Today, I’m stepping down as the head honcho of Copyblogger Media. Since this thing started as... Continue Reading The post I’m Stepping Down as Copyblogger CEO appeared first on Cop...

Do You Make These 11 Common Grammar Mistakes When You Write?

It’s time to review some common grammar mistakes that damage our credibility. Not normally a fun task, but absolutely necessary.... Continue Reading The post Do You Make These 11 Common Grammar Mistak...

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Is Twitter still relevant or dying? Everything you need to know

Twitter turned 15 this year, and while that a feat worth celebrating is it really here to stay, or are its best days squarely behind it? Between Covid, the drama with the US elections, and everything ...

How to write your Twitter bio for maximum impact

A good Twitter bio is like the trailer to a movie. It gives away just enough to let you know you’re getting into and leaves out the rest so you turn up at the cinema. Your Twitter bio should have the ...

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8 great Microsoft Edge features that make switching worth it

Microsoft’s Edge web browser is great. There, I said it. It’s my default browser now. It’s fast. All my Chrome extensions work. Those were really my two requirements, but those two things alone weren’...

Netflix to Disney Plus: We’ve got Marvel movies too!

As Hollywood studios have been feverishly carving out their spaces in the streaming world with the launch of services such as Disney Plus, HBO Max, and Peacock, Sony has remained remarkably quiet. On ...

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Tripledot raises $78 million for London-based mobile game studio

Tripledot Studios, a fast-growing London and Minsk-based mobile game studio, raised $78 million in funding.

OneTrust raises $210M to expand its enterprise compliance solutions

OneTrust, a security and compliance startup headquartered in Georgia, has raised $210 million in an extension to its series C round.

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Issue #005

Hey all, Hope everyone’s staying safe and healthy. I’ve got to tell you… Writing this issue stressed the living hell out of me. It’s the first monthly installment of Bootstrapped Branding (after switc...

Issue #001

Welcome to the maiden voyage issue of Bootstrapped Branding! Thanks again for subscribing. The aim here is to help early-stage entrepreneurs build powerful brands. Even when you don’t have a big budge...

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Balderton is Europe’s leading early-stage venture capital investor, focused exclusively on European founded technology companies. We invest in companies with the potential to disrupt huge industries, and the ambition to scale globally. We have a track-record of backing breakthrough companies ranging from MySQL to Betfair, and The Hut Group to Yoox Net-a-Porter.

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5 Grounding Questions to Ask Yourself During Turbulent Times

The past year has been tough, but a little self-awareness will help you push through. Ask yourself these five questions to feel more grounded. The post 5 Grounding Questions to Ask Yourself During Tur...

How to Establish Yourself Early as a Young Founder

The Co-Founder of Caribou share how she's embraced being a founder in her 20s, and how she makes the most of it. The post How to Establish Yourself Early as a Young Founder appeared first on Women 2.0...

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PMA is a collective of passionate product marketing managers committed to driving demand, adoption & the overall success of their products.

How I Got My Job, Matt Dehaty, Gymshark

In this installment of How I Got My Job, we’re focusing our attention on how Gymshark's Matt Dehaty secured his role as Head of Product Marketing.

Customer Marketing Excellence Award - Shortlisted Nominees

The nominations are in and the shortlist has been drawn so without any further ado, let us introduce to you the fabulous PMMs on our 2021 Customer Marketing Excellence Awards shortlist.

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I blog about transforming your relationship with time, work, money – and ultimately yourself. My writing is fluff-free and promises to push you out of your comfort zone/

$10K work: A portfolio approach

Have you been buying Bitcoin since the early days? Did you ride the Gamestop wave to its highs? Or do you remember epic collapse of Enron stock? In every instance, the end result was a concentrated (o...

The elusive pursuit of getting it (all) done

Growing up, my French-speaking parents always warned me about having “plus de gueule que de sac.” While the Google translation is entertaining, English has its own version: “Having eyes bigger than yo...

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I help people build their audiences, develop social media strategies, grow their newsletter, build businesses around their creative work, or get more creative in their business.

Simple = Sustainable

Here’s a cheat code to make it easier to stick with a project: Make it simple. The simpler your projects, the easier it is to sustain them. Why is this newsletter only a paragraph? Why does it feature...

Pay what you can

In a recent edition of This Is How I Do It, I shared what I learned from launching a successful pay-what-you-want product. A reader replied and said this: Try changing one word with this offer. “Pay w...

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I'm Wes Kao, a marketer helping B2C brands launch new products and create new categories.

Content Triangle of BS: How to make your cohort-based course more rigorous

Since launching my startup a few months ago and putting a name on the concept of “cohort-based courses”, there’s been growing excitement in the online education community about this new, more engaging...

The State Change Method: How to deliver engaging live lectures on Zoom

Students don't owe you their attention. Once you internalize this, you can embrace the fact that it's your responsibility to keep your audience engaged. Listening to one person talk for long stretches...

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We’ve developed a powerful solution that allows our clients to easily brand, customize, and engage their communities. Leveraging modern design standards and an advanced suite of functionality, organizations can offer their stakeholders a dedicated networking space where they can share knowledge and experiences, benefit from targeted opportunities, and keep in contact with both the program and each other.

Brite Ideas Podcast: Why Strategy Matters

For the second episode of Brite Ideas, we invited Andy Shaindlin, Vice President for Alumni Relations at Brown University, to discuss the importance of strategy.

Brite Ideas Podcast: Lockdown and Alumni Relations

We are delighted to share the first episode of our podcast series for advancement professionals, Brite Ideas.

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Turning things around when everything sucks at work

Photo by Jackson Simmer on UnsplashSometimes at work, the same issues can crop up so many times we start to think that things will never change, which makes us tired and resentful. Getting to that poi...

Adding a social layer across the web

How adding a social layer across the entire web can make it more delightfulContinue reading on UX Collective »

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Boxes and Arrows is devoted to the practice, innovation, and discussion of design—including graphic design, interaction design, information architecture, and the design of business.

Taxonomies: Connecting Users to Content

Taxonomies may be thought of as hierarchies of categories to group and organize information to be found when browsing, or as a structured set of terms used to tag content so that it can be retrieved e...

Focus on Usage Maturity: Part III

Using a Usage Maturity Matrix to Make Design and Strategy Decisions Early Foundations You may recall from earlier installments in this series, that usage maturity is a measure of users’ comfort and fa...

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At last the designs of indigenous peoples will be protected against plagiarism!

In the last 10 years at least 23 clothing brands have misappropriated typical creations of indigenous peoples.

Two Young People Disguised as Grandparents to Get the Covid-19 Vaccine

The alleged culprits are both in their thirties and famous in the gaming world.

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Over one million designers — from freelancers, to some of the largest companies in the world — use Sketch to transform their ideas into incredible products, every day. We’re building a platform to empower designers to share and collaborate on their designs and work better, together.

I, Robot: How Mark Jardine of Tapbots designs award-winning apps with Sketch

What makes a truly great app experience? For Mark Jardine, UI Designer at Tapbots, it’s as much about user interactions as it is about the design itself. Mark is the designer behind Tweetbot, Calcbot ...

Still connected: How the Sketch Community hosted 100 events in 12 months — during a pandemic

The design community has always been at the heart of Sketch. We first created our Mac app to solve problems that we knew other designers struggled with. And as we grew, and more people joined us, we b...

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2020, my year in review

Here's what happened in my 2020

Testing Django with Cypress, how nice!

In this post I share some recipes for testing Django with Cypress, with a focus on the authentication flow.

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I’m a software engineer in the Boston area. My blog contains my best answers to questions that UI developers struggle with. Most of the posts are about React or Angular, with a few other random things thrown in

ESLint + VSCode: How to Format Your Code Using .eslintrc

I’ve gotten very used to having VSCode autoformat my file when I save. Usually, I use Prettier. But I joined a project that uses ESLint to manage its code style, and I wanted to match the team’s forma...

How to Read React Errors (fix 'Cannot read property of undefined'!)

Got an error like this in your React component? Cannot read property `map` of undefined In this post we’ll talk about how to fix this one specifically, and along the way you’ll learn how to approach f...

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React Newsletter #243

News React Query v3 Released This major release includes better SSR, bi-directional infinite queries, selectors, and much more. Electron React Boilerplate v2 Released This update includes changes like...

I don’t make libs for free, I make ’em for freedom

GitHub’s New Treats from GH Universe '90s Nickelodeon hit different GitHub Universe happened last week — and yes, we heard about dark mode 🌛. When we first saw the announcement video, we thought it m...

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Hi! I'm Ali Spittel. I'm a (mostly) self-taught software engineer, who loves teaching people to code. I am currently a Senior Developer Advocate at Amazon Web Services. I'm 1/3 of the Ladybug Podcast

My Desk Setup

Whenever I post a picture of my desk, I get asked what's on it, so I thought I should write it all down! First, here's a picture of the…

Introducing the AWS Amplify Admin UI: Create an Application Backend in Clicks

I am so, so excited about the brand new Amplify Admin UI, which the team that I'm on at work launched this week. You can create and…

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Daily articles on mastering JavaScript and front-end technologies.

How to Create An SVG Animation Illustration For Your Website

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How to Protect Routes in Angular From Unauthorized Access

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A Performance Heads-Up Display (HUD) for Chrome

Introducing a new Performance Heads-Up Display (HUD) to Chrome and Chrome for Android

React Server Components

React Server Components aim to enable modern UX with a server-driven mental model. In this post I will share some notes I took while catching up on the latest RFC and talk around this work.

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I write, host a podcast, and run a writing school called Write of Passage. Each week, I write two popular emails. Monday Musings is a collection of the coolest things I learn every week. Meanwhile, Friday Finds is a links-only newsletter where I only share the kinds of ideas you won’t find anywhere else.

The Paradoxes of Modern Life

The Paradox of Reading: The books you read will profoundly change you even though you’ll forget the vast majority of what you read. The Paradox of Writing: Great writing looks effortless. But because ...

The Microwave Economy

America has become a Microwave Economy. We’ve overwhelmingly used our wealth to make the world cheaper instead of more beautiful, more functional instead of more meaningful. The post The Microwave Eco...

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I write HTML, CSS, and presentational JavaScript, and I aim to create experiences that look and function beautifully across anything that can access the web. If you have a project that could use my frontend help, please feel free to reach out.

Design engineering and development at Clearleft | Clearleft

However, as the roles of the front-end developer have stretched into the realms of ‘engineering’, it has created a split: Front-of-the-front-end: UI focused Back-of-the-front-end (referred to as ‘Engi...

Material Design Text Fields Are Badly Designed

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I’m an independent user interface developer and teacher specializing in web accessibility.

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Zen Habits is about finding simplicity and mindfulness in the daily chaos of our lives. It’s about clearing the clutter so we can focus on what’s important, create something amazing, find happiness.

A software developer and a technical lead. I take special interest in databases, web development, software design and performance tuning.

Exciting New Features in Django 3.2

Django 3.2 is just around the corner and it's packed with new features. Django versions are usually not that exciting (it's a good thing!), but this time many features were added to the ORM, so I find...

The Unexpected Find That Freed 20GB of Unused Index Space

Every few months we get an alert from our database monitoring to warn us that we are about to run out of space. Usually we just provision more storage and forget about it, but this time we were under ...

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I write about software development, machine learning and building a career in tech.

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The return of fancy tools

Technology is seeing a little return to complexity. Dreamweaver gave way to hand-coding websites, which is now leading into Webflow, which is a lot like Dreamweaver. Evernote give way to minimal Markd...

Vendor by default

This isn’t a recommendation. It’s more of a habit that I’ve acquired recently. If this makes its way to Hacker News and people think how could he, my only response will be 🤷, why not. I’ve been build...

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I’m a software developer. I have one main opinion about programming, which is that deeply understanding the underlying systems you use (the browser, the kernel, the operating system, the network layers, your database, HTTP, whatever you’re running on top of) is essential if you want to do technically innovative work and be able to solve hard problems.

I am a frontend/serverless developer, normally based out of NYC but currently in Singapore. I am a frequent writer and speaker and recently published The Coding Career Handbook for Junior to Senior Engineers.

Reflexive McLuhanism

First we shape X, then X shapes us.

Set Explicit Help Timeouts

A simple way to normalize asking for help.

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Best Books for Product Managers

Essential product management reading - I’m regularly asked for product manager book recommendations. There are lots of excellent books about product management, but these are the ones I'd consider ess...

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My goal with this blog is to create helpful content for front-end web devs, and my newsletter is no different! It includes early previews to upcoming posts and access to special bonus goodies.

Building a Magical 3D Button

Every action we take on the web starts with a button click, and yet most buttons are ho-hum and uninspired. In this tutorial, we'll build an animated 3D button with HTML and CSS that sparks joy.

The Importance of Learning CSS

I know so many super-talented developers who share the same achilles heel: CSS. Instead of trying to “outrun” CSS, this article explores why leaning in and going deeper can be a tremendous boon for yo...

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I'm a software engineer and writer. I write about open-source projects and development tutorials.

Integration Tests with Jest, Supertest, Knex, and Objection in TypeScript

Recently, I set up unit and integration tests for a Node API in TypeScript, and I couldn't find a lot of resources for setting up and…

2020 into 2021

Well, 2020, it's been a slice. I've been pretty AWOL lately on all things internet, and I can't decide if I have a lot to say or if I'd…

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I write about life as well as my mistakes and successes as I learn to build a business. I'm building a self-funded startup (Pairwise).

I explore how to create software that lasts. My passion is open source and I'm the creator of vue-lazy-hydration, and node-sass-magic-importer

Premium Vue and Nuxt Templates for Web Apps and Sites

Suppose you’re searching for high-quality Vue.js templates, I recommend you to take a look at the work of Creative Tim (affiliate link). In this article, I’ll show you a list of handpicked premium tem...

Tailwind CSS: The Antifragile CSS Framework

Tailwind CSS is a divisive issue in the web development world: some love it, others love to hate it. I already wrote about my thoughts about Tailwind in a separate article, and there are a ton of arti...

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Google Expert, Front-end developer and user interface designer from Lagos, Nigeria. Co-founder and COO of BuyCoins (YC S18), a cryptocurrency exchange for Africa.

Highlights from Chrome Dev Summit 2020

CDS in 2020 was a bit different, like everything else. It was online, and the talks were more bite-sized at roughly 10 minutes each. I really enjoyed this new style of the summit and, while I missed t...

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I'm a web developer consultant, writing about front-end technologies.

Compound components in React

Sometimes you find yourself in a situation where you need to build a component that is reusable but also very flexible so it can adapt to a…

Your framework choice isn't personal

Don't identify with your framework choice. Framework wars suck.

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Software developer, transformed my career from making 7/hour building websites in Europe to a 6-figure job Silicon Valley. I help developers level up their skills with my newsletters, workshops, courses, and talks.

Send daily random photos from an S3 bucket using AWS Lambda – CodeWithSwiz 25

An experiment that sends daily photos from an S3 bucket to an IoT device using AWS Lambda

Your serverless questions, answered

When talk comes to serverless, engineers have lots of questions. Here are some answers 😊

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An uncertain future

On February 17th — in the middle of nine days without power due to an ice storm — we had the foundation contractor out to re-inspect our house. We experienced some settling last fall, and I was worrie...

My life philosophy: 52 lessons from 52 years

And now we are 52... On this day in 1969, baby J.D. entered the world. I don't think there's any way my parents could have predicted the path their firstborn would take through life. It hasn't always ...

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Hi, my name is Edidiong Asikpo. I am a software developer based in Lagos, Nigeria specializing in building websites and technical writing.

Women are Legends!

This article is part of the #ChooseToChallenge campaign by Hashnode. I have and will always believe that women are legends. But most people in the world do not appreciate or acknowledge the hard work ...

4 Ways To Make Money With Your Developer Blog

Blogging is a great way to educate others, reinforce learning and show your expertise to a potential employer. But make no mistake: it can also be a great way to make money, either as a side hustle or...

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I'm a software engineer in Atlanta. I mostly focus on the front-end of the web. Through my site, Coder's Block, I blog and share whatever side projects I've been working on.

Diving into the ::before and ::after Pseudo-Elements

The ::before and ::after pseudo-elements are incredibly versatile tools in the CSS toolkit. Understanding them can help you craft practical CSS to solve all sorts of situations. Or you can take things...

Looking Back at 10 Years of Coder's Block

Today marks exactly 10 years since my first blog post on Coder’s Block! This is also my 100th post! To celebrate, I’m taking a look back at how Coder’s Block has changed through the years. I’m mostly ...

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Case Study: lynnandtonic.com 2020 refresh

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🛠 Redesigning and rebuilding my Web site from the ground up

It’s about time my Web site got a complete makeover. It’s going to be more than just a fresh coat of paint. It’s going to be a complete rebuild + redesign. I’m going to rebuild this Web site from the ...

Not Your Typical Horizontal Rules

The HTML element adds a horizontal rule (or line) wherever you place it. A horizontal rule is used to provide a visual break and divide content. Like other HTML elements, horizontal rules can be styl...

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Ideas

Every day I’m exposed to hundreds of great ideas. Twitter. Hacker News. Reeder. Podcasts. YouTube. I have a curated inbox where every day I am interacting, mostly passively, to the most brilliant mind...

How to use window.confirm()

confirm() lets us ask confirmation before performing something. This API dates back to the dawn of the Web, and is supported by every browser. It’s very simple and I think it might come handy in many ...

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Product-savvy engineering leader, currently working at Stripe.

BP&O is an abbreviation for Branding, Packaging and Opinion. It's run by Richard Baird - a London-based freelance designer and writer, working within the field of identity design.

LogoArchive Issue 9

Inspired by a panel discussion that took place at London’s Somerset House in 2018 as part of the exhibition Print! the first issue of LogoArchive was conceived, designed and sent to print the followin...

Crane by Collins

Text by Richard Baird Time. This is central premise of Collin’s work for American stationery brand Crane, and more specifically, the bookmarking of the past and the present, and a meditation on the “c...

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All things data newsletter #13 (#dataengineer #datascience)

(if this newsletter was forwarded to you then you can subscribe here: https://insightextractor.com/) The goal of this newsletter is to promote continuous learning for data science and engineering prof...

Framework for onboarding as an Analytics leader in a new team:

1. Start with people: On a new team, start with meeting people. This includes your team, stakeholders and cross-functional partners. Ask them about the company, product, team, help they need and seek ...

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Hi, I'm Stefan. I write, speak and stream about web technology.

I’m Kitty, a non-binary frontend developer focused on accessibility and workplace safety, currently leading the frontend team at Gorillas in Berlin.

Sass Guidelines improvements

I authored the very first version of Sass Guidelines in the first week of 2015, inspired by Harry Robert’s CSS guidelines. It went through 3 additional iterations: version 1.1 in April 2015, version 1...

An accessible toggle

Toggles (or sometimes “toggle switches”) are heavily used in modern interfaces. They tend to be relatively straightforward and can be thought as glorified checkboxes. Yet, they are often made inaccess...

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We share insight and inspiration from across the creative industries, connecting brilliant minds to make brilliant things happen.

Valentin Pavageau’s digital collages fuse surrealism with psychedelia

Inspired by old paintings and stop motion, the illustrator combines small characters and vast landscapes to create dream-like images The post Valentin Pavageau’s digital collages fuse surrealism with ...

New animated short emphasises the harsh realities of animal testing

Working with Andy Gent’s Arch Film Studio and director Spenser Susser, the film Save Ralph features voiceovers by Taika Waititi and Ricky Gervais The post New animated short emphasises the harsh reali...

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codebar is a non-profit initiative that facilitates the growth of a diverse tech community by running free weekly programming workshops.

Careers at Compare the Market

Ahead of our career panel, we sat down with our 4 panelists from Compare the Market to get to know them a little more.Sarah Vandervliet — Junior Software EngineerWhat did you want to be growing up?I h...

Makers Scholarship

We are extremely excited to announce that Makers are giving 6 of our community members the opportunity to complete their Bootcamp for free. Yes for free!Makers is a 16 week Bootcamp. In this time, you...

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I’m the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Atomic Habits, which has sold more than 1 million copies worldwide. My work has appeared in Entrepreneur magazine, Time magazine, the Wall Street Journal and on CBS This Morning.

I'm a PostgreSQL hacker and core team member, and Chief Architect, Tools & Installers at EnterpriseDB working mainly on installers and admin tools for Postgres.

I work for myself full-time as an educator. I create content all about Web Development on various platforms including: egghead.io, Frontend Masters, YouTube, Twitter, and my own sites like TestingJavaScript.com 🏆 and EpicReact.Dev 🚀

Super Simple Start to ESModules in Node.js

I've posted a new article "Super Simple Start to ESModules in Node.js" and you can read it online. All supported versions of Node.js support ESModules now. Here's how to get started using them. You ca...

JavaScript Closures

I've posted a new article "JavaScript Closures" and you can read it online. How to work with them... and around them You can also subscribe for weekly emails on what I'm learning, working on, and writ...

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I'm a Brooklyn-based developer who's making the web more styleable as a Developer Advocate at Google Chrome.

2020 in Review

Well this year absolutely sucked. But I'll try to take a look at the positive.

Cross-browser paint worklets and Houdini.how

Supercharging your CSS with Houdini paint worklets is just a few clicks away.

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Currently, I am a Senior UI Engineer, Accessibility lead at Medallia. My mission is to empower developers to make their Internet, an inclusive Internet.

Freelance Web Developer from Belgium. Main topics are web related technologies (CSS, JS, PHP, …), along with other geeky things (robots, space, …) and personal interests (cartography, music, movies, …).

Dark mode in 5 minutes, with inverted lightness variables

Lea Verou shows a method to implement dark mode, not by swapping entire colors, but by simply changing their lightness The basic idea is to use custom properties for the lightness of colors instead of...

Accessible front-end components: claims vs reality

Great post by Hidde, warning about blindly trusting accessibility claims. Not all ‘accessible components’ are created equal, some will work a lot better for our end users than other. In this post I ha...

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I am a german software engineer from Berlin, working remotely most of the time. I graduated from university with a Master of Science in Computer Science. Most of my work is open source, I write to help others learn how to be better coders.

Are React class components going away?

Are React class components going away in favor of React Hooks? Modern React with Hooks kinda deprecated React class components ...

React useReducer with Middleware

Learn how to use React's useReducer Hook with a middleware (and afterware) by using a custom hook for the reducer ...

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The latest design news from across the UK and beyond, including rebrands, product launches, app redesigns, new interior spaces and social projects.

New Philip K. Dick book collection showcases author’s “paranoid but joyful” world

The collection uses Dick's sci-fi worlds as inspiration and features illustrations by 24 different creatives from around the world. The post New Philip K. Dick book collection showcases author’s “para...

DixonBaxi unifies Hulu’s identity in rebrand

The new look aims to simplify the entertainment platform’s identity, while “keeping hold of the swagger” that viewers know and love. The post DixonBaxi unifies Hulu’s identity in rebrand appeared firs...

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Dieline is the world’s most visited packaging design website, and it highlights the importance and value of packaging design for brands in today’s world. Dieline has evolved into a high-level bespoke creative platform for package designers, brand designers, consumer brands, agencies, suppliers, sustainability experts, students, and packaging manufacturers.

A showcase of brand identities from around the world, with an accompanying book on the intricacies of the design process.

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Turntable.fm Reminds Me How Much Fun the Web Can Be

What happens when your favorite dead product rises again Usually the first email I open in the morning doesn’t make me scream out “HOLY SHIT!” But “Hey! I plugged in the Turntable servers” will do tha...

The Baddest Band In Town

In a pre-RATM band, guitarist Tom Morello was shamed by a musician friend about how his guitar strings ran long off the head of the instrument (a now iconic look for him). “‘Cut your strings! What, yo...

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SeoTesting is run by Nick Swan, who's been building websites and working in SEO since 1998. The blog shares insights on current SEO practices and is a great resource for makers looking to learn how to get more traffic to their sites. The articles are beginner friendly and explain SEO in a way which is easy to understand and implement.

Creating Content Groups based on Search Console data

How to create and track a bunch of urls performance over time, based on Google Search Console data. Really useful when the content you are working on is not contained within a sub-folder structure tha...

18 Free SEO Browser Extensions that Actually Work

We've tried and tested all the recommended SEO extensions and put together the best free ones, broken down by category. These 18 extensions will help you decide which ones you'll actually be able to u...

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Alexander Kjerulf is an international speaker and author of 5 books including the Happy Hour is 9 to 5 and Leading With Happiness. He writes about how to create a sustainable business by empowering your employees.

John Maxwell is a bestselling author & speaker on leadership. He writes about leadership, self development and living out your true potential.

Seven Decades of Lessons (and A Gift)

This Saturday, I will turn 74 years old. Like most birthdays when you get older, I’ll celebrate in some way with my family and friends, but for the most part I’ll treat it like most other days: focuse...

The Movement is Moving–Are You With Us?

Have you ever had a dream come true? Maybe it was a desire to marry or have children; maybe it was to launch a successful business. Maybe your dream was to write a book or take a trip to a distant cou...

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We celebrate, inspire and support the creative community. A platform for artists and designers, founded in 2009.

3D paintings by Arghavan Khosravi show her trapped between two worlds

3D paintings by Arghavan Khosravi show her trapped between two worlds.

Mask Appeal: Anton Burmistrov's designs give a Mexican twist to tequila brand

Anton Burmistrov's designs give a Mexican twist to a tequila brand.

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Hacker Noon is built for technologists to read, write, and publish. We are an open and international community of 12,000+ contributing writers publishing stories and expertise for 4,000,000+ curious and insightful monthly readers.

Developing Finsterwald Amid a Pandemic: A Startup CEO in The Trenches

Former Huawei manager Peter Stieglbauer talks about Decentralization, Gaming, and Funding for their new VR 3D game, FINSTERWALD Read the full story

Online Privacy is Not an Option: It's a Necessity

How the challenge of protecting personal information online led to data protection and privacy laws in the EU and U.S.Read the full story

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The Digital Project Manager is the home of digital project management inspiration, how-to guides, tips, tricks, tools, funnies, and jobs.

Science based insights on productivity, with a touch of humour. Eric Barker is also the author of Barking Up The Wrong Tree, which debuted at #2 on the Wall Street Journal bestseller list.

This Is How To Make Emotionally Intelligent Friendships: 6 Secrets

*** Before we commence with the festivities, I wanted to thank everyone for helping my first book become a Wall Street Journal bestseller. To check it out, click here. *** Friends are important. Yeah,...

How to Be Happier Without Really Trying

*** Before we commence with the festivities, I wanted to thank everyone for helping my first book become a Wall Street Journal bestseller. To check it out, click here. *** The voice in his head kept t...

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In Defense of Doing Nothing & Reinventing Content Management

In this week's issue of Creativerly: Prioritise features and build your roadmap, document collaboration, end-to-end encrypted file sharing, and a lot more.

Avoiding Bad Decisions & End-to-end encrypted notes

In this week's issue of Creativerly: A simple Markdown editor for macOS and iOS, an open source Jira alternative, growth as a mindset, and a lot more.

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Hand curated weekly resource for must-read content by female startup operators and investors.

From pre-business model to IPO; Resolving disputes in a company; The new Wall Street

Where women in tech lead, shape and fund the future.

Helping creators become angel investors; Co-founder speed dating; Our next meet & greet (plus one!); and more.

Femstreet Member Briefing No. 64

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Former product leader at eBay, Netscape and HP Find. Writes about how great products are built.

Discovery – Excuses

In this article I’d like to continue with the series on common problems with product discovery. So far I’ve talked about the difference between learnings and insights, the differences that result from...

Best vs. Rest FAQ

In my last article I discussed the two different product worlds that I straddle, and I heard from quite a few people from each of the two camps, as well as several that shared that they’ve worked in b...

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Shillington is a network of design colleges. It's blog features a range of inspiring design work and insightful articles.

boom saloon Ltd

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We share best practices, tips & news for community building. Building software to help organizations become community-driven.

Feature Stores for Self-Service Machine Learning

Features stores are now becoming a thing. Google Cloud is supporting Feast, an open source feature store, AWS announced the SageMaker Feature Store in December 2020, and tecton.ai raised a $35 Million...

Cold Air Calories

When you breathe in cold air, your body warms up that air. Simultaneously, your body temperature will lower slightly but then eventually come back to its basal temperature of $\sim$98.6$^\circ$ F (37 ...

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Dimensionality reduction of #TidyTuesday United Nations voting patterns

This is the latest in my series of screencasts demonstrating how to use the tidymodels packages, from starting out with first modeling steps to tuning more complex models. One change I have recently m...

Bootstrap confidence intervals for #TidyTuesday Super Bowl commercials

This is the latest in my series of screencasts demonstrating how to use the tidymodels packages, from starting out with first modeling steps to tuning more complex models. Today’s screencast uses a re...

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H2O Wave App Tutorials

Just like what I did with my general H2O-3 Tutorials, I’m starting a seperate H2O Wave Tutorial post for you all here. I will add to this as I go along and build more apps. Stock Chart Generator Wave ...

Passive Income - T Dividends

There are many reasons why I hold AT&T ($T) for my passive income goals. The first one is that it was around during the Great Depression and the second, it will probably be around during the next Grea...

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Tips for Teaching a Remote Workshop

Leading a workshop remotely presents some unique challenges. This post outlines some teaching strategies to help things go smoothly.

An Intro to RSS Feeds

A brief, illustrated introduction to RSS feeds and how they work.

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Casa 128 | Brechó Slow Fashion — Branding

Casa 128 | Brechó Slow Fashion — Branding abduzeedo04.08.21 Trauma Studio | Lucas Oliveira shared a branding and visual identity for Casa 128. The company was born from the desire to promote fashion c...

CHARACTERZ — The Biggest 3D Characters Library

CHARACTERZ — The Biggest 3D Characters Library abduzeedo04.08.21 CHARACTERZ is the biggest single library of 3D diverse characters in the world. You can use them in your products or for marketing purp...

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I'm @adamwathan, a full-stack developer and entrepreneur. I share everything I know about making awesome software through my articles, talks, screencasts, podcast, and courses.

Hi, Im Teodora. I built CashoutGames, a trivia game for Telegram. I write about my journey as an entrepreneur and about building a community of startups.

I’m an American software engineer living and working in Stockholm. I love creating courses, writing blogs, and speaking at conferences.

I’ve learned community is built one conversation at a time. Powerful community work is creating, supporting, and growing the spaces where meaningful conversations happen.

Community lessons from a legend

And new projects announced!

My Community Journey: From the Island to the Mainland

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