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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

April 14, 2021

If you’re a designer at heart, you might get nostalgic for the “old days.” It was that period in the early 2000s when web design was unique, eccentric, sometimes weird, and often outlandishly creative. Those were simpler times, when things seemed a little less unruly – well, maybe with the exception of Adobe Flash – and desktops and laptops were the only stages to play on. There... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

December 11, 2020

“To code, or not to code, that is the question…” Indeed. And Shakespeare would have loved the drama that followed. This fiery debate around code versus no-code web design has led to some pretty heated arguments. Here’s a snarky Tweet from Jeffery Zeldman, a heavyweight design influencer, from way back in 2009: And another scathing transmission from Elliot Jay Stocks: That one... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

August 20, 2020

It’s impossible to deny Wix.Just ask supermodel Karlie Kloss, the star of their 2019 Super Bowl ad – and founder of a code camp for young women.In 30 seconds, she shared her personal Wix website with millions of viewers, highlighting features like the Wix Pro Gallery and SEO Wiz (both catchy names for an event that involves a lot of catching). Needless to say, it was a touchdown.Kloss isn’t... Read More →

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Paris Tuzun

By Paris Tuzun

July 22, 2020

Reid Hoffman, the serial tech entrepreneur and founder of LinkedIn, once said: “If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late.”Of course, in the world of open source software like WordPress, it’s hard to know exactly when anything will launch. And when it does, there’s certain to be a lot of bugs.That was the case with Gutenberg, the... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

May 31, 2019

Linux Mint is one of the most popular Linux distributions on the planet. It was originally started back in 2006 and is based on Ubuntu. It retains compatibility with Ubuntu to this day but has surpassed Ubuntu when it comes to ease of use. You'll be hard pressed to find a Linux user that doesn't agree that Linux Mint is a great option for new users and those who love the Cinnamon Desktop. Let's... Read More →

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