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what makes a "good" commit message? That's a great question and has been written about a number of times.
When we design a product, we choose words and group content to help users use the product. Those decisions form the basi
Expert evaluations prove to be very useful in these kinds of situations. They are easy, quick, cheap, and above everythi
Well, in order to not fail with your digital product development, your decisions should always be based on data. Here's
Desk research is a tool that will help you turn the motto from the first sentence into actual performance, by giving you
You can learn as much from failures as successes, but only if you take the time to reflect on why something worked or di
Over the years, you start hearing some phrases that keep coming up over and over in product or design meetings. They can
76% of consumers say the most important factor in a website's design is the website makes it easy for me to find what I
Take a look how technical writing can save your developers, your users and your brand and learn why it is crucial to rea
Marketers tend to personally consider themselves as early adopters or in the early majority when it comes to technology
Coding is an awesome job, but the life of a developer is not easy. Here's a list of coder's worst nightmare.
React is popular in writing reusable and modular UI components, and one-way data flow. One-way data binding can make Rea