The person who thinks that nine pregnant women can deliver a baby in one month.
Basically a fun house for adults that refuse to grow up.
Everything has to be aligned. It bares OCD, we know it. We’ve accepted it. So should you.
The Nirvana of designers, copywriters and web developers.
It’s what the user doesn’t see. It’s what’s happening behind the curtains. It has to work well.
The words that won’t let you get lost on the website.
The magical place where all the websites get once they are launched. You might even call it Heaven.
The guy that sits there with his red pen and circles the right idea, based on what he had at lunch.
Save the trees. They don’t read those anymore. Go digital.
The day that makes everybody lose their mind and show their true colors.
Fixing your fucking mistakes. The fun part of programming.
A planet populated by pixels, platforms, apps, visuals and anything you were dreaming of in the 90s.
The home of shoes, books and all the goodies you can imagine. Now let's code it.
No matter the answer, the next question will always be “But can you do it faster?”
The cute small version of the logo that appears in the browser. The baby logo.
Usually used to describe something that feels new.
It’s what the user sees. Then it has to look good, doesn’t it?
A reusable piece of code that does something for you but who can’t multitask. At least he tried.
Menu icon composed of two horizontal stacked lines.
A slumber party for adults trying to implement a brilliant idea they had in another hackathon.
Menu icon composed of three horizontal stacked lines.
That magical trick when numbers get represented as colors.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. Basically, HTTP with a twist.
Literally means ”I hate it and don’t want the responsibility of admitting it”.
Get used to formatting your code, it's really not that hard.
When the client has money to spend on animations.
That’s you. Now go get some coffee and be awesome.
A mini website that has many goals in mind. A baby website.
Pop the champagne.
Something that looks cool and your client doesn’t know what it is.
Think of it as as a mailbox, or a cubby hole, where you can store and retrieve information.
First step into a marriage. With a client.
The file that gets to talk with web robots and crawlers. How awesome is that?
Read the fucking brand manual.
When you will hear “Can you hear me now?” from the office meeting up to 23 times in row.
Chat with 10% useful information about projects and clients and 90% gifs and memes.
The place where you’ll find your co-workers when they won’t answer on Slack.
Short text that describes what the product or service does, because the name is not good enough.
Put your running shoes on. Run. Never come back.
The Bermuda Triangle of tasks and projects.
An object that has a name. A suggestive one. Use it.
The client’s way of asking for another idea.
Never too much.
Why are they still hiring developers?
The process of taking a closer look at you design and make sure you don't leave behind any mistake.