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A Sneak-Peek Inside The Southeast Asian Web Community

A few weeks ago, Vitaly Friedman (co-founder of this little magazine) and I had the pleasure to join the Mozilla’s Developer Roadshow, traveling through four countries in Southeast Asia in just two weeks. We visited cities that are buzzing with life and met people who share our passion for the web. Our mission: To get up close with the Southeast Asian web community. We wanted to learn how different local communities are compared to Europe and the US.

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A Sneak-Peek Inside The Southeast Asian Web Community

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We’re Touring Through Southeast Asia: Join The Mozilla Developer Roadshow!

We love exploring opportunities. While many of us are quite familiar with publications and events surrounding us, we often lack the global perspective on what’s happening in the web industry across the world. For example, do you know what the state of web design in Singapore is? What about front-end events in Kuala Lumpur? What about the acceptance of UX-driven processes in Hong Kong? That’s exactly what we want to find out!

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We’re Touring Through Southeast Asia: Join The Mozilla Developer Roadshow!

Coworking Spaces Around The World

If you’re a footloose creative soul searching for a more affordable and friendly space than a typical rented or home office, coworking could work for you.
Coworking spaces are popping up in cities all around the world. They allow freelancers, small business owners and independent workers to rent a working area that is shared with others. The setup is usually more casual than the fixed rental agreement you would get in a dedicated office space.

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Coworking Spaces Around The World

Smashing Mystery Riddle Resolved: New York Pizza, Jules Verne And 28 Hong Kong Street

Guess what: those tricky mystery riddles are never easy to design. The idea has to be evaluated and brought into life, just to be crushed by painful user tests and then adjusted over and over again until it’s easy enough to solve — but difficult enough to not solve fast.
When we started out with riddles, we wanted to have an entertaining yet challenging game that wouldn’t be easy to crack, and would keep our dear readers busy for quite some time.

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Smashing Mystery Riddle Resolved: New York Pizza, Jules Verne And 28 Hong Kong Street

The Riddle #7 Resolved: New York Pizza, Jules Verne And 28 Hong Kong Street

Guess what: those tricky mystery riddles are never easy to design. The idea has to be evaluated and brought into life, just to be crushed by painful user tests and then adjusted over and over again until it’s easy enough to solve — but difficult enough to not solve fast.
When we started out with riddles, we wanted to have an entertaining yet challenging game that wouldn’t be easy to crack, and would keep our dear readers busy for quite some time.

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The Riddle #7 Resolved: New York Pizza, Jules Verne And 28 Hong Kong Street

30 Fresh and Inspirational Portfolios With A Twist

It may be the economical slowdown, the climate change, or even a random boost of creativity, but the competition between graphic studios is huge right now. Today, more than ever, you really need to show something special on your website to be noticed. So we made a selection of 30 portfolios that describe a studio or a freelancer with a unique personality. Please notice that you certainly need more than a nice “look” to make the design stand out; in particular, usability and accessibility are issues that need to be carefully considered when creating your next portfolio design.

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30 Fresh and Inspirational Portfolios With A Twist