An event celebrating World Information Architecture Day was held in Zagreb, Croatia, last saturday. This event (organized by croatian agency UX Passion) gathered around 60 attendees from all around Croatia, eager to learn something new about IA, UX, web design, mobile, … Continue reading 1. World Information Architecture Day in Croatia
I would like to tell you a story about how couple of us started Croatian WordPress Community. It all began couple of months ago when three of us went to WordCamp Europe. Off course, building a community was something we thought about long before, but after WordCamp we made a decision to make the next step.
I used this article to write down some moments and thoughts that I had while being one of the organizers of Croatian WordPress Community. Learn how to build a WordPress community with a story on how we started Croatian WordPress community. Continue reading How to build a WordPress community?
Today, I’m gonna talk about human ego. Can we apprehend it, how to deal with it, what is good and what is bad. This is not a psychological article but it is written from my perspective, talking about my own ego problems and how I (hopefully) managed to keep it under control. Continue reading Leave your ego behind
Probably the most important thing when starting a new project is the content. But in 90% of all the cases you will have problem with it. Clients can be disorganized when it comes to content nevertheless they’re building a website from scratch or providing content from the current one. Continue reading Using Dropbox to help clients organize their web sitemap
Six years have passed since my last blog post here. Much has happened since. This is a story about last six years. It is a story about love, life, kids and how sometimes everything can fell apart.
This is a personal post. If you’re the kind of a reader who is uncomfortable reading about personal stuff, now it’s a good moment to leave this article. For me, writing is relaxing. It’s a way to organize my thoughts… Continue reading Six Years
Hi guys and girls. Since I started my business, I thought I would have more time to write on this Blog, but just this was just the contrarily :( . Well, nevertheless, I would like you all to have very nice holidays, in your house with your family and friends – the loved ones ;). And stop by from time to time, there are some news in my head which I am planning to do in the near future (if time will allow).
We created some great work at Omnicron and it will be difficult to start over again, but it seems that it is in my spirit to always look forward and search for something new. We all put a lot of effort so that Omnicron stands where it stands today — as one of the best web development companies in Istra.
A few months ago I wrote an article about how to use CSS to create a nice looking map. The process was (I think) well explained in that article, and now I want to show you the real example — or how to use CSS and unordered list to create live, nice looking CSS map (that hopefully rocks :)
I personally love XHTML and CSS combination even when we should achieve the same effect with Flash. This is partly because I never explored Flash so much. The client of ours — Oxy Polyclinic wanted for us to create a map of diving locations for their Ship “Borna”. We could create a map by using Flash, but we used simple XHTML and CSS instead. Why?