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CyberBytes Inc.
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We Are Business Evolution Specialists - We help businesses adapt, evolve, and grow. We offer IT Consulting & Support and Online Marketing.
We Are Business Evolution Specialists - We help businesses adapt, evolve, and grow. We offer IT Consulting & Support and Online Marketing.

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Built a new page to help promote our "Web Design Cheat Sheet" BB10 App. Please share it to help us out - cyberbyt.es/wdcs (Shortened Link)

http://www.cyberbytesinc.com/portfolio/web-design-cheat-sheet

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Interesting concept. A few people I know swear by it, anyone wanna give it a try?

https://hackdesign.org/

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Many sites are now using the well known (often referred to as the hamburger icon) on the desktop view of their site! INSANE..

The reason it's used for mobile is because you don't want your entire view to be taken up by navigation. On desktop putting a layer between your nav to keep it "simple" is simply BAD design.

http://blog.isotoma.com/2014/02/hold-the-hamburger/

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Interesting take on the future of UI. It seems as if subtle little animations that trigger a slight sense of emotion is where we are going for focus most on next. With CSS3 transitions more widely cross browser compatible, simple yet effective animations will be what's next.

https://medium.com/ux-ux-human-interfaces/a0b0cd7173c

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So long as IE7 isn't a requirement of yours, many functions that people rely on jQuery for are actually possible without the library.

I'll definitely be trying a few of these things out on my next project  

http://youmightnotneedjquery.com/

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While this is not DIRECTLY web design/development related, it's EXTREMELY interesting and if you are a designer/developer it's a must read.

This guy lost his info due to extortion because the attacker was able to gain control of his domains from GoDaddy. Important security concerns addressed in this read.

https://medium.com/cyber-security/24eb09e026dd

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Too funny! (yet very sad)

This company has ran the numbers and determined that the cost of purchasing their customers a new computer with a modern browser is actually CHEAPER than making their their website support IE7.

Interesting take on it all and could help push the "Upgrade from IE Movement".

http://www.nursingjobs.us/blog/ie7-users-we-need-to-talk/

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While this is not necessarily the best way to go about doing it, it is a bit hacky in a sense. It is cool to see things like this show up. Using a styled checkbox and CSS to show and hide a menu. JavaScript has always been needed for something like this. Definitely some food for thought.

http://www.outofscope.com/css-only-menu-toggle-no-javascript-required/

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Nicolas Gallagher has made up a nice method to scale and crop images to a defined ratio with plain CSSand FlexEmbed. Very useful.

http://nicolasgallagher.com/flexible-css-cover-images/
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