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The Evolution of Smartphones – Infographic

Smartphones have come a long way since they were first introduced several years ago. In 2000 it was hard to imagine we would have a …

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The top 10 to-do list managers

Staying organized and remembering every single task is so much easier when using the correct tools – while pen and paper might still work for many of us, there are software packs and online tools, which are far more sophisticated and come with features that would please even the most demanding user. Listed below are the top 10 to-do list managers, some of them free, some paid, but any of them is likely to help you stay focused and manage your day-to-day tasks easily.

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8 Productivity Tips for Web Designers

Many freelancers are having hard time staying focused and productive especially if they are working from home, where the distractions are many. Working on design projects day in and day out could be challenging and even exhausting, but we can give you a few pointers on how to organize your work, make it more interesting, and increase your productivity.

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Guide to Buying an LCD Monitor – What You Need to Know

Keeping up with all the latest technological developments is often challenging and if you are on the market for a new LCD monitor right now, you could be easily overwhelmed by the choice that you have. The LCD monitors come in all sizes and price ranges, with different native resolutions, contrast, screen refresh rate, luminance, and coming with some additional features that could help you expand their functionality. In addition, you would have to consider your own needs, as some monitors are great for gaming and multimedia, while others are perfect for everyday use in the office.

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Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 16

Welcome back to another post jam packed with awesome links for anyone interested in things from CSS to Photoshop to WordPress. Enjoy!

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Ultimate WordCamp Survival Guide

I recently had the preveldge of going to my first WordCamp. This was the first WordCamp ever held in Kansas City so there were a lot of first time campers there. For those of you who are not familiar with this technology conference, it is basically an event for WordPress publishers, developers, designers, and all around WordPress enthusiasts. From my experiences I thought a guide with information how to prepare for your first WordCamp might be helpful to others.

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Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 15

This is not only our 15th post jam packed with must read links for web designers and developers, it is also our 200th overall post. It is crazy how time flies, it seems like this blog started just 198 posts ago. Any way, check out all these awesome links, there is something for everyone!

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7 Outstanding Collaboration Tools for Web Designers

Working online comes with many advantages, but collaboration could be a challenge at times since you might be working with clients from all over the World and meeting them face-to-face is not always possible. This is where the collaboration tools come into play and they are the tools that allow you to share your tasks, projects, and work with clients and partners online, without having to leave your desk. Some of these tools offer only basic features, while others are more suitable for larger organizations, but we have decided to list the ones, which many web designers might find useful.

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