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December 31, 2016

Episode 25 – Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance may sometimes seem like an extra drain of time and effort after already putting so much work into your project. It can be the difference between worthwhile results and “just good enough”, though.

December 24, 2016

Episode 24 – Architecture: CSS

There are many right and wrong ways to develop CSS. How do you build a good foundation for your architecture?

December 16, 2016

Episode 23 – Front End Architecture

Building a database or application without a plan seems crazy. Why is that the standard expectation for so many front end developers today?

November 4, 2016

Episode 22 – The Price of Free Work

Getting professional recognition can be a difficult and complex task. Does the value of providing free work and resources merit the time it takes out of your day?

October 21, 2016

Episode 21 – Memorable Work

What makes a product or experience memorable to a user? What impact does front-end design and development have on the success of a project?

October 14, 2016

Episode 20 – Remote Work

Working remotely can be equal parts blessing and curse. What are some of the best ways to make the most of your time for you and your client?

October 7, 2016

Episode 19 – Scalable Vector Graphics

Hello everyone, and welcome to Front End Center! For those who’ve been following along, the 10k Apart competition from A List Apart is just wrapping up this week. I’ve got my entry in, but I haven’t yet shifted out of my focus on optimal code and minimal resource weight. The amount of ruthless reductionism I’ve […]

September 25, 2016

Episode 18 – Virtual Reality & Front End

What role does front-end work play in virtual reality, and what do the new rules of three dimensional interfaces look like?

September 16, 2016

Episode 17 – Personas

Personas can be a powerful corner stone or an Achilles Heel for projects of every kind. Knowing the right way to leverage them makes all the difference.

September 10, 2016

Episode 16 – User Friendly Browsing

The reign of terror of internet popups is steadily subsiding. But is there a new pretender to the Throne of Annoyance from interstitial ads?