Becoming self-employed is a fantastic way to gain creative freedom of your projects and your time. But what happens when you make a mistake, get lonely, or don’t chase an invoice? We’ve put together a selection of tips for self-employed design
We take a look at setting up your own PHP RESTful API using the PHP Slim framework. Full code on routing, handling errors, middleware and pattern matching.
Using PSD mockups is a fantastic way to present work in a clean and professional manner, whilst the client gets to see the project in-situ.
A look into the PHP Hack language syntax, semantics and type checking rules to aid the development of your web application.
If you hadn't previously considered switching over to one of the biggest giants in the tech world, have a read of our 12 reasons why you should be using Gmail.
We look at implementing the Open Graph meta tags onto any website, content or media and how you can use the Social Graph to boost your SEO and social sharing on Facebook and Google+.
Logo design is one of the fundamental elements to any designers catalogue of skills. Supporting and critiquing others builds strong relationships and helps us all grow and progress as designers.
We put together a rundown of the new features in PHP 5.6 and how they can aid your web development and programming project. Including variadic PHP functions, argument unpacking and namespaced functions.
Wireframes are an important part of any design process and should always been included. We take a look at the importance of wireframes and their benefits to designers and clients.
March jQuery plugins available for web designers and developers to implement on their websites. Includes responsive social buttons, Google Maps and graph visualisation.