What’s the one single thing that contributed to lowering major complications in surgery by a third and cutting death rates (also in a surgery) in half?
Was it a new drug? Not really. But if it was, there would certainly be an incredible amount of media attention, with the company/organization who invented it receiving incredible recognition.
That single thing that contributed to lowering complications and death rates was…a checklist. It was a 19-point checklist that was used before beginning surgery that made sure people did the essential things, like give anesthesia and check for other basic problems before operation.Read More
At various point of running our businesses as designers we need to find ways of attracting new clients. This could be because we’re having a dry period, recently after we’ve started up the business, – or because we have spare time due to loosing current projects. The reasons for needing new clients can be many and the ways to get more of them are numerous.
In this article we’ll give you some simple ideas on what you can do. There are tips here for both freelancers and business owners.Read More
When it comes to web design it seems typography is the one area often left out of the loop. This is ironic in a sense as typography is what truly powers the web. What are websites without any content, after all?
As the web has advanced we have seen trends in web design rise and fall. Today I’ll be going over some of the most common typography tips for designers and how you can apply these to your current web projects.Read More
You’ve been still tormenting and write-ins of the same type in the n-times for the site? You do what has been done for you and try to divide the project design from the code? Looking for realization of the necessary functions in questionable forums? If you answered “yes” one of these questions, so this article is definitely for you. There I will tell you about the powerful free framework (Content Managment Framework), if you learn it you will not only save time for the design, but also rtake the quality of your work to a much higher level. So, let’s sit comfortably and read my first article of the series “Learning to work with Zend Framework”.Read More
Have you ever built a site to realize it is a pain to manage? There are a lot of CMS options out there but some of them cost money, some are hard to learn, some your hosting company might not support, and well sometimes they just don’t have everything thing that you want. So today I am going to start to teach you how to create your own simple CMS. Today I will get into how you can find a design and get your secure login setup. This will be a series of blogs but to be honest I am not sure how advanced I will be going. If I wanted to spill it all and tell you how to build the CMS that my company uses then it might take a few blogs.Read More
Being secured in your online business is not all about setting up your defenses but also by analyzing your competitors. Keeping track of what services they offer work for them and how they bring people into their site will provide a good overview of how to improve your business. No matter how they hide their trails, there will always be tools that will let you analyze and track your competitors.
Ready for research? Let’s start right now!Read More
Today I am going to show you how to get a new database setup with PHP/MySQL using PHPMyAdmin. For those of you who don’t know PHPMyAdmin is a great free tool to help you manage your databases. If you use cpanel or anything you have probably already seen/used it.Read More
Author bio is short introduction about the author who have written the post. Good author bio is always useful in many ways like if you are regularly guest blogging it may divert good number of traffic to your blog which will earn you regular readers for your blog or will get you loyal twitter followers.
There are so no such guidelines you need to follow while writing author bio, but it is useful if you follow some basic steps to get more out of your author bio information.Read More