Responsive Dynamic-Height Sticky Footers

I spent years trying to get things right with pure CSS alone. I can no longer calculate how many hours I've spent browser testing IE8 and up. And I'm always left asking myself, "Why is this so hard?" The answer is, because we make it so. We deny ourselves the tools we need to do simple things. Want to horizontally…

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Are you buying a product or an outcome?

Often, agencies will signal — without even knowing it — that their clients’ money is more important to them than their clients’ success. How? Fixed scope projects. Many app development projects start out with the developer or agency creating a scope document. This document outlines the timeline, the deliverables and the budget for the entire project from start to finish. It makes…

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Jeet | A grid system for humans

UPDATE: Jeet has been nominated as a prestigious Awwward candidate. If you like the site, and you support the cause, we’d appreciate your vote. All grids aren't made the same. There are all kinds of different grids out there but they usually fall into two categories: Fixed like 960.gs and Blueprint Fluid like Bootstrap and Foundation Fixed grids…

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MojoTech Partners with Teespring to Accelerate Development

We’ve partnered up with one of Providence’s fastest growing companies, Teespring! We’ll be helping to scale and improve their web applications to meet the demands of their meteoric growth. We’re excited to work with MojoTech because of its strong reputation for delivering great products, and their ability to seamlessly integrate into an existing project. —Walker Williams…

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This Article is Late, For Good Reason: Taking control of your workflow

Work is aptly named. If you’re doing a good job, it isn’t easy. More is involved than the basics of your official job description (if you even have one). Depending on the size of your company and where you fall within it, there are secondary job functions, red tape, housekeeping, reporting, etc. All those extras can become overwhelming…

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Beauty Is Not a Success Metric

I was listening to a discussion at a UX meetup that we recently hosted, when the topic of pop-ups to capture email opt-ins came up. “I’d never use a pop-up,” one designer proclaimed. “They’re heinous.” “Super annoying,” another agreed. “If a site uses pop-ups,” chimed in a third, “I’d simply leave and not come back.” This isn…

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