You Have How Many Browser Tabs Open?!?!?

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While the number of tabs you can have open simultaneously before your computer begins to slow down depends on your hardware specs, there’s nothing inherently bad about keeping multiple tabs open. In fact, there are plenty of times where you need to open multiple tabs at the same time and if you need to do that regularly, there’s a cool Google Chrome trick you can use to open any number of …

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Breaks. Why Did It Have To Be Breaks?

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That list of 1,347 annual donors is staring at you on the screen. Each donor name is separated by a paragraph break and your department director just casually asked you to convert this to line breaks because it needs to take up less space in the program book. You’re not crazy, that list is mocking you with delight over having ruined your morning. It’s practically quivering at the thought of triggering …

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Looking For Some Free, High Quality Social Media Templates?

Every so often I post an update to a series of articles that feature some free Photoshop templates I use for creating header images for Twitter and Facebook but this time around I found a set of really nice templates from Kambadastudio. They put together a series of free downloads for Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Facebook; and by free, I mean actual direct downloads, none of the “give us your …

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#TBT Speaking Of Digital Policies

Yesterday’s post on ransomware attacks is a good reminder that you should check your website policies to make sure those digital ducks are in a row. Another consideration is if your group has embraced online streaming as a revenue stream, you almost certainly need to update existing policies to cover digital products. Fortunately, all of those items are covered in an article I wrote for ArtsHacker a few years ago. All …

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Trial And Error Is Not A Good Approach To Website Navigation UX

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When it comes to designing your website navigation menu, you’ll eventually need to make one critical choice in the form of deciding whether to make the top-level navigation menu items clickable or to trigger a hover-and-expand function to show sub-menu items. Fortunately, there’s one quick and easy sure-fire rule you can use to get moving in the right direction. To that end, I published an article at ArtsHacker that provides some …

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