WordPress is the most used CMS and I cannot escape to its success, so this weekly blog post provides two links related to its security, themes and plugins. You find also resources about LMS, EdTech and education, components of Learning Experience, one of my favorite topics. And as Excel tips and free photos stocks are always on demand, check the last part of this weekly digital resources #22.
This weekly digital resources post is quite unusual because I provide only four links (however you know that less is more) and they concern topics I have almost never covered: quiz (in French, sorry 😛 ), multimedia (photos, videos, music) editors, Excel and Android apps.
Feel free to give feedback, post a comment with your resources, or ask for support, help or suggestion about digital stuff.
This week: front-end programming, online courses and reading, everything I enjoy! I hope you too, and you can send me your request for any help or question about digital stuff.
ECMAScript 6 – 10 Awesome New Features – Have a look in particular to the very useful for … of statement!
Thanks to the ‘Less is More’ tutorial on canva.com, I’ve learnt very useful and concrete tips to enhance webdesign by making it more simple. They concern basics like colors, fonts, icons and layout and are easy-to-use.
Limit your colors to enhance the clarity of your design
Avoid clutter by limiting your graphic elements
Substitute text with icons to cut down on reading time
Avoid using too many fonts and type styles to keep your design simple
Keep headline clearer by moving text in foreground
As a short image files size is important when considering the loading speed of webpages, it exists free tools to reduce .png and .jpg files without loosing quality. Here are 3 of them: Tinypng, Kraken and Smush.