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Whether you’re kicking off a new campaign or looking to revamp your strategy, the lessons you’ll learn will be universal.

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Build a Beautiful Blog With Ease Home We all intend to plan ahead. Never ever think of giving up. Winners never quit and quitters never win. Take all negative words…

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You can now listen to the entire library of Design Better books for free

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How developers are taking the guesswork out of animation coding

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UX and UI Design Trends 2020

You need only cast your mind back to humbler (and clunkier) web and mobile interfaces to realize how far we’ve come. UI and UX designers are constantly innovating, providing more…

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An oral history of the AIM away message (by the people who were there)

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Choosing the right features for your custom

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elementor teamWe all intend to plan ahead, but too often let the day-to-day minutia get in the way of making a calendar for the year. Sure, you can’t know every detail to anticipate. Heck, you can’t know half the priorities that will pop up in any particular month.