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Adaptive Vs. Responsive Layouts And Optimal Form Field Labels | Smashing UX Design

Adaptive Vs. Responsive Layouts And Optimal Form Field Labels | Smashing UX Design | On-line Communications, Internet and e-Commerce Tips | Scoop.it
In our new UX Design Q&A column, each month, we'll pick a handful of popular questions asked by our readers around good practices in designing smart and usable experiences.
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elearn Magazine: Disruptive and Transformative Education: Designing learning in the digital age

elearn Magazine: Disruptive and Transformative Education: Designing learning in the digital age | On-line Communications, Internet and e-Commerce Tips | Scoop.it

Un artículo sobre las meta-tendencias que están revolucionando la educación:


- Educación e cualquier lugar, en cualquier momento y de cualquier modo. MOOCs, P2P, OERs...

- Estudiantes multiconectados. BYOD, e-portfolios, badges...

- Profesores y educadores como curadores. Gestión de la privacidad. Propiedad intelectual.

- Educadores como estudiantes autónomos. Competencias digitales para el aprendizaje online.


Via Marta Torán, José Cuerva, Manuela Lara
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Happily Ever After: How To Build Long-Term Client Relationships | Smashing Magazine

Happily Ever After: How To Build Long-Term Client Relationships | Smashing Magazine | On-line Communications, Internet and e-Commerce Tips | Scoop.it
Learn how to end projects on the right note, and how to help your project stories have happy endings (and many successful sequels).
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Kill the Password: Why a String of Characters Can't Protect Us Anymore | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

Kill the Password: Why a String of Characters Can't Protect Us Anymore | Gadget Lab | Wired.com | On-line Communications, Internet and e-Commerce Tips | Scoop.it
You have a secret that can ruin your life. It’s not a well-kept secret, either. Just a simple string of characters—maybe six of them if you’re careless, 16 if you’re cautious—that can reveal everything about you.
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