Learn How to Build A Custom HTML5 Video Player

Learn How to Build A Custom HTML5 Video Player
Reading Time: 12 minutes

Videos are great tools for catching attention and even better for storytelling. And people, business and brands are using them more and more. However, native HTML5 video player offers only limited options for customization. When client wants a video player that matches her brand these options are not enough. Today, we will take a look at how to create our own custom video player. Let’s take a complete control so we can provide our clients with the solution they want! Continue reading “Learn How to Build A Custom HTML5 Video Player”

6 Simple Tips on How to Start Writing Clean Code

6 Simple Tips on How to Start Writing Clean Code
Reading Time: 12 minutes

Writing clean code is not an easy task. It requires experimenting with different tips and practices. The problem is that there are so many practices and tips on this subject it can be overwhelming. As a result, it can be hard for a developer to choose those tips and practices worth following. Let’s make this task easier. In this article, we will first discuss some benefits of writing clean code. Then, we will take a look at six tips, or practices, for writing clean code developers use most often. Continue reading “6 Simple Tips on How to Start Writing Clean Code”

Learn How to Create A Simple Carousel with React.js

Learn How to Create A Simple Carousel with React
Reading Time: 16 minutes

Have you ever wanted to create a simple carousel in React.js? In that case, you are on the right place. In this easy tutorial, we will create a simple carousel you can then take and use anywhere you want and with any content you want. I tried to make this tutorial simple. So, even beginners and people wanting to learn React.js should be able to complete it. I hope this tutorial will help you learn about React.js and get started with it in an enjoyable way. Continue reading “Learn How to Create A Simple Carousel with React.js”

9 Key Lessons From Working for Design Agency Designers Must Know Pt2

9 Key Lessons From Working for Design Agency Designers Must Know Pt2
Reading Time: 11 minutes

Working for design agency can be a great opportunity for designer to learn a lot about design and business. In this second part of this miniseries, we will discuss the last five lessons I learned from working for design agency. These lessons include topics such as focusing on moving fast and testing ideas, what to do when you get stuck, building a reputation and more. I hope that these lessons will make it easier for you to build a career or business in the design industry. Continue reading “9 Key Lessons From Working for Design Agency Designers Must Know Pt2”

9 Key Lessons From Working for Design Agency Designers Must Know Pt1

9 Key Lessons From Working for Design Agency Designers Must Know Pt1
Reading Time: 11 minutes

Working for design agency is one way to start your design career. Some designers decide to work full-time others choose freelancing. Still, working for design agency can teach designer valuable lesson she can apply almost everywhere. In this two-part article I will share with you nine key lessons I learned from working with one of the top Czech design agencies, as a freelancer. I hope you will find these nine lessons useful for your career or business. Continue reading “9 Key Lessons From Working for Design Agency Designers Must Know Pt1”

6 Tips and Best Practices for Great Mobile Design

6 Tips and Best Practices for Great Mobile Design
Reading Time: 11 minutes

Mobile design is becoming more important as more and more people use mobile devices to access the Internet. The problem is that creating great mobile design and delightful experience is not easy. There are many things designers have to do right. Otherwise, people will not be willing to stay on the website for a long time. And, they may not give us another chance. So, we have to it right on the first try. Here are some tips to make it easier. Continue reading “6 Tips and Best Practices for Great Mobile Design”