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Figma as a collaborative design tool

Why and how we use Figma

Figma is a collaborative application whose main purpose is UI design. In this article we explain why we chose Figma as our main design tool, how we use it, and how it boosts our productivity. You will get insights about the tool, its strengths and real structure and organisation examples.

Open source vs. proprietary software

Why choose open source over proprietary...

We often get asked what open source software is and why companies prefer it over proprietary software. Short answer: it is cheaper, reduces risk, and is usually safer and better. If you are a decision maker and want to choose the best software solution, then this article is for you.

Tailwind wind boosting the speed of development

Why and how we use Tailwind CSS

In this article we are going to give an overview of Tailwind CSS, highlight the most important features for us and explain why we choose it as our standard CSS framework. Tailwind CSS plays nicely with Drupal, Symfony, Twig, as well as with ReactJS and Web Components. We show how we achieved an optimal fit between the technologies and provide coding examples.

Collaborative workflow between designers and developers

Collaborative workflow between designers and...

The collaboration between designers and developers is an essential factor for the success of any web project. A well-structured and organised workflow enables teams to work efficiently, meet client expectations, and respond quickly to any changes or challenges that may arise during the project life cycle.

Collaborative design process

Key steps for developing a collaborative design...

A good collaborative workflow between designers and developers can lead to successful outcomes in web projects. By following a collaborative design approach, designers and developers can bring their unique skill sets and perspectives to the project, leading to faster and more flexible digital solutions.

MVP approach

Using a MVP approach for web projects

At 1xINTERNET we use a MVP (Minimum Viable Product) approach for delivering successful web projects. In this blog post we outline how we do this in detail, how this helps us deliver web projects on time, on budget, and how we are able to release at the earliest possible time.

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Multisite CMS vs Multiple Websites - Comparison...

Multiple websites can be operated with a single multisite instance or as multiple individual websites. The two approaches are technologically different and have advantages and drawbacks. In this post we compare both approaches. The comparison applies for Drupal, Wordpress, Typo3, and all other CMS systems that provide a multisite feature.

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