By admin on November 20th, 2015 in Linkage
It’s friday so that means it’s time for my best links of the week from my Twitter feed. This week I have some awesome links for you like: the state of airline websites in 2015, growth hacking strategy, SEO myths and mistakes, how to create successful reddit posts, and how to use the KISS rule to simplify your website. Let me know what you think of this week’s links in the comments section.
By admin on November 16th, 2015 in Products
I’m happy to announce my first Cardeo hat model is now available for order! I’m still in the process of redesigning the website but you can check out the hat over at https://gum.co/lPpL. Here’s a photo of it from my Twitter feed.
— Matt Lambert (@cardeo) November 16, 2015
By admin on November 13th, 2015 in Linkage
Issue #8 of top links of the week from my Twitter feed is now out! This week’s highlights include: some free website mockups, overview of Slack’s onboarding process, a guide to growth marketing, an SEO checklist and a great plugin called select.js. Jump on in and leave a comment at the bottom with feedback if you’re so inclined.
By admin on November 6th, 2015 in Linkage
Issue lucky #7 of top links of the week is here! As usual, the top 5 links from my Twitter the week of November 2, 2015. This week the top links featured include my relaunch of Cardeo as a clothing brand. I’ve also got hot linxx on topics like sales, github icons, mobile growth hacks, and converting images to CSS.
By admin on November 2nd, 2015 in Updates
Along with writing my new book, I’ve been working on a new side project. If any of you have been following me for awhile, you may be aware of my other website cardeo.ca. Cardeo was originally founded in 2004 as my freelance design studio. Since that time it’s gone through a few changes in direction and rebrands. I’ve been pondering the direction of my business for some time and finally decided to relaunch it as a clothing and art brand. This is an extension of my other artwork that you may have seen at cardeo.dunked.com.
By admin on October 30th, 2015 in Linkage
It’s Friday! Time to post my top links of the week from my Twitter feed. This week’s top post by far is a set of CSS filters to recreate Instagram filter effects; over 200+ clicks on that one! There’s also links to creating an off canvas menu with GreenSock, a free beginners course to WooCommerce, and some free fonts and icons. Enjoy!
By admin on October 24th, 2015 in Updates
Hope everyone is having a good Friday, the weekend is here! I just wanted to send you a quick note to let you know I setup a Slack team today. If you have questions about design, development, anything on my blog or my books then you should join us. To get an invite to the team, leave a comment on this post with your email address. You can also send me a message on Twitter if you prefer.
By admin on October 23rd, 2015 in Linkage
Time for the top links of the week from my Twitter feed. Issue #5 includes links on: how to stay healthy as a developer, a collection of SVG brand icons, tips for designing for the Apple watch, a new Bootstrap development tool called Studio, and a guide for selling products on Shopify. Enjoy!
By admin on October 16th, 2015 in Linkage
Top 5 links for the week of October 12th are ready for clicks. The best links from my Twitter feed this week include tweets on harp.js, flexbox, Bootstrap, and animations with Hype 3.
By admin on October 13th, 2015 in Development
If you’ve ever worked on a large website, you can understand the pain of changes to navigation or other global elements. In the past it often required the manual update of large amounts of HTML pages. Definitely one of the less glamorous aspects of web design. Enter static site generators that allow the designer to code up their website using a template based system. If you’ve ever used WordPress this is similar to creating a theme. You isolate your global elements into includes and templates, then load in the content for each page separately. This allows you to more easily maintain your websites and make your life much simpler.