Diagonal lines are one of those design elements that web designers love and web developers fear. Breaking up the vertical lines in your page design adds variety to what would otherwise be a rigid grid. But there is a reason most website designs stick to perpendicular lines: the tools used to create layouts in the […]
What are Hooks? WordPress can be an imposing environment for new developers. The barrier to entry is low — you can accomplish a lot by pasting snippets into your theme’s functions file — but it doesn’t take long to realize that WordPress is an enormous machine full of moving parts. Every page load requires a […]
WordPress pages are easy to edit, as long as you stick to built-in features. But at NewCity, most sites we build require flexible templates without breaking carefully-planned visual design and information architecture.
With easier data referencing, Drupal’s entity structure gives your website more power and flexibility than ever before — but it also requires a whole new set of skills for content managers.
Though technology is reshaping our world every day, complex situations often require the human ability to strategize, connect, and communicate. Someone who can take the wheel, make decisions, and steer the site towards success. A great example? A complex website needs a managing editor.
Before agile, developers would build what they thought you’d need and spend months polishing that concept. Now, we invite you in early so we can design a CMS that’s a much better fit for you and your organization.
Back in my computer science days, I took a programming class where the professor decided to assign us a project to show us how real-world programming gets done (or ought to get done). We discussed the problem we were trying to solve in extreme detail The professor dictated the precise toolset we were supposed to […]
When you’re considering a major redesign, choosing the right content management system can be daunting. For starters, should you go with an enterprise CMS or open source? There are great options for both, and what’s right for you will depend on your budget and your specific needs.
So you need a triangle shape in the corner of a div. Maybe it’s just a graphical flourish. Maybe you’re using it as a backdrop for an icon. I don’t know why. I’m not judging. Sometimes you just need triangles.