I love LEGO bricks. I grew up playing with them, and they are the ultimate toy in my opinion. The imagination and creativity that is fostered by play with LEGO bricks are unmatched by any other toy on the market. Which is why I am super excited to hear that LEGO is developing Braille Bricks to help Blind Children learn braille.
This title might seem like clickbait, but interestingly, I’m going to stick with it. This is not a white man trying to make sure to avoid diversity in order to ensure I have a job. I still believe diversity in code will ultimately improve the overall code-base out there. The biggest reason, we need to attract those who bend towards programming because that ensures we will be working towards a better coding future.
Check out this video by PolyMatter that better explains this than I ever could.
Back in 2010, you could just about get away with having a webpage with one or no images. Good content and the benefit of faster loading web pages just about balanced out the benefit that visuals brought to the user experience. But in 2018, visuals are essential. Widespread faster internet connections and the prevalence of visual content around the web has adjusted our minimum expectations.
The Church Tech scene has changed and evolved over the past ten years — what does church tech look like, today?
Talk of church websites and basic sound design were once a premium that few churches could afford. Fast forward to today, and each of us hold more technology in our pockets than we could have ever dreamed possible.
So where does that leave us?
Are you using WordPress to power your church, ministry, or nonprofit website?
Chances are, that’s exactly what you are using.
There are many great reasons to use WordPress. It’s easy to use, has a great learning curve, and is relatively inexpensive to maintain. However, this abundance of usage and ease of operation makes it easy for us to get in over our heads pretty fast.
One minute you’re feeling great because you changed a font size, the next minute you’re breaking out in a cold sweat because you just lost 8-hours of work on the landing page.
This is a question I’ve asked myself many times.
I’ve got plenty of WordPress sites under my belt. Simple sites, complicated sites, I’m certainly no n00b when it comes to the WordPress world…however…you’ll never find my developing a plugin from scratch – yet.
It’s something I’ve wanted to get better at. Not only does WordPress power most of the web, but is something that I really enjoy doing.
But where do I start!?!