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How to Surround Yourself with Good People and Tips to be More Successful

After nearly a decade of business intelligence consulting style work, I'm starting to talk about how we got there! We want you to learn How to Surround Yourself with Good People, and also we explain a few tips for anyone to be more successful. Thanks for reading my blog. My wife and love doing photography in Austin Texas.  So, today marks a day where we start writing about what we learned from other people. Because you won't learn what you need to be successful without networking, meeting people, and finding good people in your life. I love writing about everyone below because I love them for the good people they are in our world. Also, they went out of their way and not only respected my wisdom and experience but also made me feel comfortable when I was out of my element. People who go out of their way to help you improve - need to be saved to your life roller dex. Being on LinkedIn VS…


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Lets talk about Visualization Data in 2017 and The SEO Spam

Let's talk about Visualization Data in 2017 and how it's a little spammy in the SEO space. There's a lot of education and entertaining content. I explore the SEO backend and odd ones too. Enjoy! Let's talk about data visualization in 2017. The good, bad, the spam, the relaxing, the weird. Visualization exercises You can find visualization data exercises, but if you don't forget to add DATA in there, you will be learning about expanding your mind! That's because a lot of interesting SEO has been generated to capture these people online. When you google 'visualization exercises' you find web snippet. This has to do with Visualization exercises to expand your mind. First of all, what is visualization? It is a skill, which means that everyone can learn it and improve it through practice. It is the ability to imagine things. This skill involves creativity and imagination. Improving…


Pick where to buy domain names

Enjoy tutorial three - Pick where to buy domain names. It's important to pick where to buy domain names, or it will be a hassle for you later. Tutorial 1: Pick a domain name. Tutorial 2: Pick where to buy domain names. Tutorial 3: Pick a website platform. Tutorial 4: Pick a hosting company. Did you just say Pick where to buy domain names? Plural? Oh, snap, we just said domain names, plural. If you're prepared to buy a domain, then you need to pick where to buy domain names. Pick where to buy domain names and get spotted online. Buying domains can be addictive, so the first step is to find a good domain finder. We prefer using Wordpress's domain finder. It's important that you pick a comfortable place because transferring domains is not easy and takes a long time. Plus, it's not instant. We know after showing you how easy it is to buy a domain name and build a website, you’re going to go…


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Color Palette Best Practices - Learn to Make a Professional Designer Thingy

Think you're ready for color palette best practices? There's a lot of options when you're looking to make a color palette. We've used a good number of them and have a great workflow to help anyone quickly build a professional color palette. The Color Palette Best Practice Standards Have a color palette prepared before outsourcing a website build to another person, or asking someone to create a dashboard. A great color palette can make or break your online customer interactions. You want to make a color palette because it gives you a chance to create something and every time you look at your website it adds that much more value to the entire presentation of your content or portfolio. Our color palette here at dev3lop! Thanks for checking out our color palette best practices blog! Follow Color Palette Best Practices First! A color palette is the first touch on building a company,…


Blissful HTML Buttons in CSS and HTML Basics on Codepen.io

See the Pen Mb buttons (v1) by Tyler (@keamo) on CodePen. If you know about me, you know I love making buttons for navigation. Sending an end user the right direction is all about connecting the dots and understanding navigation best practices. CSS, HTML, don't disappear on me yet, now it's easier! For now, let's go over CSS and discuss how it is a highly functional place to make objects and give those objects animation. But that is a bit of a mouth full. How are we going to have actionable cool buttons and navigation without understanding HTML basics? In the past three years, I built over 1000+ dashboards, 1000+ end user experiences, and I believe buttons are the single most requested feature when developing a suite of dashboards on Tableau or in a website like Wordpress. But if you're not Jonny on the spot, one changed link can throw off your entire funnel, be sure to keep track of…