Hear how the two co-founders, Justin Gignac and Adam Tompkins, are powering the “gig economy” by curating and empowering a network of the world’s best freelance creatives using Skype and Office.
Hello, Micheal here, I'm a Social Media junkie and a devoted IT enthusiast. I've created JP Web to help business to take advantage of the internet. My goal is to help you streamline your business by presenting the most effective tactics to achieve tech nirvana and to connect in a meaningful way with your next customer.
This article is mostly directed at you, dear Frontend Developer, who enjoys implementing user interfaces but struggles in aligning expectations with designers you work with. Perhaps you are referred to as the “UI Developer” or “UX Engineer.” Regardless of the title that you carry around, your job (and as well as mine) consists of more […]
(This is a sponsored article.) One of the common problems with trying to scale up when working as a solo web designer or a bootstrapping agency is that you’re limited by time. How much time it takes to: Onboard new clients; Build websites; Put out fires; Do all the other stuff that keeps your business […]
Apps for any platform are praised when they are intuitive, good-looking, and provide pleasant feedback to user interactions. Animation is one of the ways to do just that. Flutter, a cross-platform framework, has matured in the past two years to include web and desktop support. It has garnered a reputation that apps developed with it […]
Last week, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) celebrated its 25th anniversary and invited folks to share why the open web platform matters to them via the hashtag #WebStories. As I’m both a member of the CSS Working Group at W3C and the representative for Fronteers, I think it’s a good time to explain a […]