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Why are CNN, FOX, and US websites visually so aggressive?

The explanation behind the loudness of the style of graphics of TV shows and websites in various cultures

Bard can now connect to your Google apps and services

Use Bard alongside Google apps and services, easily double-check its responses and access features in more places.

ChatGPT’s cutoff date upgraded to January 2022, knows facts it didn’t before

It appears that ChatGPT can now confirm facts that go beyond the initial September 2021 cutoff date.

Move over Photoshop! Microsoft Paint now has layers and transparency

Users will be able to manage layers, open and save transparent PNGs and “truly erase content”, replacing the eraser that paints artworks white.

10 UX Tips From My Summertime Waterpark Adventure

When I showed up, I realized our local watering hole had recently optimized its experience. These changes brought some good UX tips to my attention, and I bet you can apply them to your work as well. Here they are in no particular order.

How Smashing Magazine Uses TinaCMS To Manage An Editorial Workflow

In 2019, Smashing Magazine adopted a static site architecture, resulting in a 6× improvement in page speed but sacrificing some writing and editing bells and whistles that come with a bona fide content management system. Now, with the recent integration of TinaCMS, Smashing Magazine enjoys the best of both worlds — the performance benefits of static assets and the writing experience that helps streamline the editing process. This article is…

iOS 17 is available today

iOS 17 makes iPhone even more personal and intuitive with major updates to communication apps; StandBy, a new way to experience iPhone when it is charging; easier sharing with AirDrop; and more intelligent input that improves the speed and accuracy of typing. iOS 17 is available today as a free software update.

News aggregator app SmartNews’ latest feature aims to tackle doomscrolling

News aggregator SmartNews is today launching a new feature that it hopes will help to combat the anxiety associated with regularly consuming negative news — something often referred to as “doomscrolling.”

Developers Claim Damaged Trust Following Public Confrontations with WordPress Leadership

The WordPress community is ending two days of heated discussions that rapidly descended into a mire of unbridled emotional confrontations across multiple social channels, following a tweet from John Blackbourn that raised concerns about plugin listings outranking on Google Search.

ChatGPT Isn’t Coming for Your Coding Job

New technologies have long promised to make human software engineers redundant. But developers have only gotten more important over time.

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