Jason Lazzuri

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Marvelous Thorough React Tutorial/Workshop — part 9

<i>This series of articles is written as notes used during the workshop hosted in Gdańsk, Poland by OKE Software Poland. It does not pose as</i> …

22 essential browser extensions for web pros

Modern web browsers are tremendously versatile, to a large part by virtue of the wide range of third-party extensions that can be used to add extra …

Web Development

Top 8 UX Design and Research Techniques for Your Next Website Redesign

UX designers, UX research, UX web design – what is exactly implied by these terms? No doubt, you have wondered about it, and probably more than once …

10 Outstanding Landing Page Themes and Templates

A landing page is one of the most crucial components to a successful website. It makes a first impression with users and states your case for …

10 Super-Useful React Components, Libraries & Tools

React is an open source JavaScript library developed by Facebook that allows for building advanced UIs. What makes React so interesting is that you …

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The Future of Design Education is... No Design Education

The modern designer has a breadth of human experiences, not degrees.<p>Have you ever seen a door and have been unsure whether to push or pull? Or worse, have you ever pushed a door that was meant to be pulled? This classic design error--the Norman door-- was named after Don Norman, who explored the …

I talked to 3 people who got into UX in their 40s

Here’s how they did it<p>Earlier in the year, I wrote an article on how to become a UX designer at 40 with no digital or design experience. I then wrote …

ESPN Pulls Announcer Robert Lee From Virginia Game Because of His Name

ESPN has removed an announcer from its broadcast of the University of Virginia’s first football game next month because he has the same name as a Confederate general memorialized in statues that are being taken down across the country.<p>The network announced late Tuesday that the announcer, Robert …