Frontend development

Our journey through React with NextJS

Today I want to tell you a story about our own personal journey through React, Redux, Next.JS and the WordPress REST API which now is a standard feature starting on version 4.7.0.

Pixel interviews

Behind the Designer: Jessica Phan

Jessica is a founding product designer at Zugata, reimagining employee development. She was previously an Expert-In-Residence for General Assembly, a product design fellow for Whitespace, and a product designer for ZURB.

Conferences

What the CSSconf Argentina left us

As a designer, I always like to go to different events that could help me to improve my skills, learn new technologies, or give me the chance to meet people of this amazing world that I heard about but I never get the chance to talk to.

Web design

How to set yourself apart as a designer and make sites that shine

Let’s face it. There’s a question that almost every designer in the world has heard (if you haven’t come across it, at some point you will). The question has been always present, but now with so many tools to make simple and beautiful, it’s pulsating more than ever: Why do I have to hire a designer if I can the website myself?

Announcements

Introducing Ideas2Pixel: Design for Agencies

Over the years we have worked with many companies around the world and we sensed something was missing. While most of our trusted clients are excellent designers and understand the principles of user interface and user experience, some of them were craving for this sort of help from our offering.

Frontend development

How to build a fancy animated modal box

Hello everyone I’m back again with another Pixel2HTML tutorial. This time we’ll make a modal box pop-up kind of like the ones that show up when you try to sign to a newsletter or something related like that. Let’s check the final result first…

Wordpress development

7 tips for a more secure blog with WordPress

In Pixel2HTML we code several WordPress instances in a regular month. WordPress itself hosts near the 20% of the internet, so we can affirm that it’s a widely secure and adopted platform to rely your project’s site. However, there are a lot of improvements that we can make for your site in order to keep it safe of potential attackers.

Web design

The Ultimate Guide to Style Guides

Style Guides have been an extremely popular topic in the last few years. And it makes lots of sense. They’ve been with us for years in graphic design, why wouldn’t they be in web design and development?