Sending mass emails effortlessly

Communicating about an offer or a contest is a great way to increase engagement on your platform. Email is a very common and effective medium for such communications.But here I am not going to talk about why sending marketing emails is good. In this article, I am going to talk about how we addressed a pain point – Sending mass email effortlessly.

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How Can You Give Them Everything Without Overwhelming Them (Progressive Disclosure)?

When it comes to a new product being introduced in the market, we see probing behaviour from the users who want to do a lot but don’t want to spend time learning how to do it. So then how do we design while we keep all the data and options available to the user and at the same time ensure that we do not overwhelm the user? The answer is Progressive disclosure. Usability experts define progressive disclosure as a technique

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Securing your password and why you need a Password manager

Nobody likes passwords. They slow you down from doing things. It’s a burden to remember them. But securing your password is important never the less. And, they are everywhere that too for a very valid reason – authentication. You need to be authenticated so many times in our daily life. Some of them are so obvious that you hardly even think about them. For example, when someone opens the door for you – they will allow you in only after

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Advantages of Kanban and how it empowers your customer

If you are reading this article, it’s quite possible that you have heard about Kanban. Or, you are trying to understand how Kanban works and how it can help you. In this article, I am going to share my experience about how I use Kanban when I manage projects. And, after doing quite a few, what benefits I have seen from this way of doing things. Before I dive into the details, let me give a small disclaimer – I

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Why We Chose Laravel for API Development of a Mobile App

In the world of PHP, Laravel is the most popular framework right now. It allows developers to do rapid development because it has a fine balance of being minimalist at start by writing simple code and not worrying too much about the structure, and when the requirements grow or become complex, you can refactor and architect it in a way which is more manageable and easy to extend. Personally, I feel this is a great thing where the structure doesn’t

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