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6 Finance Apps for Your Freelance Business

6 Finance Apps for Your Freelance Business A great set of financial apps and tools can make it easier to manage your freelance business. From tracking receipts and invoices for clients, to making sure you’re ready for tax season and have all your expenses accounted for. There are plenty of great apps to help you manage your freelance business. Characteristics of great finance apps are that they are secure, cloud-based, include automation tools to help you work more efficiently, are…

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A Complete Checklist to Launching a Website

Launching a website is an extremely big task that needs to be completed as one of the first steps for its purpose, whether it’s an ecommerce store, lead generator or a service, a website is a great place to start. The task is so large that you’re bound to have forgotten or incorrectly completed everything and that’s why as web design experts, we’ve produced a complete checklist to launch your website. Within this checklist, we will cover web design and…

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UXPin Changelog February 2018 #4

In the past two weeks, we’ve released a few enhancements to the Design Systems (redesigned Design System Libraries panel and improved notifications about updated/outdated symbols) and to the Editor (introduced copying and pasting styles, layers and search improvements). Details below. Design Systems Redesigned Design System Libraries panel in UXPin Editor  Notification about outdated symbol appears only when there’s a newer version in the Design System Library. Any updates to symbols in Design System Library will be visible immediately for all…

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Artist and sculptor Eva Rothschild to unveil exciting new work in London

Eva Rothschild Ruins, 2016 Jesmonite, resin, spray paint, steel, 360 x 205 x 130 cm, 141 3/4 x 80 3/4 x 51 1/8 ins, Copyright the artist, courtesy Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London Artist and sculptor Eva Rothschild will be unveiling new work in a solo exhibition at London gallery, Modern Art, this month. Internationally renowned for her large-scale public commissions, her most notable works include Tate Britain’s Duveen Gallery Commission in 2010, and Empire – a Public Art Fund Commission…

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20 Quotes That Prove that Traveling is Good for the Soul

Routines can make us feel stagnant in our lives. That’s why so many people seek out a grand adventure. Normalcy and daily tasks can put you in a rut, but luckily there’s a way out. One of the best ways to set your soul on fire and increase your happiness in life is to travel. It doesn’t even have to be across the globe; You could visit a neighboring state, or even go on a camping trip for a night.…

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Top Tips to Prevent Hacking Attempts On Your Website

There are many different reasons why website owners must do all they can to protect their portals from hackers. In fact, if you own an e-commerce portal, you must have already faced some sort of hacking attempt. On the other hand, hackers not just focus on e-commerce websites, they go after simple websites too. And that’s the reason why every web admin needs comprehensive web security solutions. These web security products must be picked and used only after carrying out…

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Using Sass to Control Scope With BEM Naming

Controlling scope is something you probably don’t tend to consider when working with CSS and Sass. We have had access to the ampersand (&) for quite some time now, which gives us a level of scope—but it’s easy for it to lose its usefulness when you’re nested quite deeply. The & can send us down a windy road of doom when we completely lose track of what it means and can be responsible for some really heavy bloat. Meanwhile, in…

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Top Web and Graphic Design Trends that will dominate in 2018

0 Every year a designer sees a new design trend sprouting up. Sometimes these trends last for a few days, while sometimes they rule the design world for years. While these web and graphic design trends keep on changing, it keeps designers on their toes and gives them a lot of learning opportunity, at times they become too hectic for the designers to keep track of things. As such, they miss some vital points when designing for themselves…

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The Smashing Creativity Submissions And Winner — Smashing Magazine

Everybody’s an artist. That was the idea behind the Smashing Creativity Challenge which we announced at the beginning of the month. We asked the community to get their creative ideas flowing, and design a desktop wallpaper for March 2018. The only requirement: The wallpaper had to somehow relate to the theme “Exploring New Worlds”. How? Well, only your imagination was the limit. Today, we are happy to present the result of this creative experiment, and the lucky winner, too, of…

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