It’s common for developers to share login credentials with clients and team members through e-mail or other insecure mediums, but there aren’t a lot firmly established best practices on how to do it properly. I came across a SuperUser thread yesterday that contains several good ideas, and decided to add one of my own as well.
A discussion came up recently on the Seattle WordPress Meetup discussion board that hits on a big pet peeve of mine — designers writing code. After replying with my own thoughts, I wanted to see what other people were saying about the topic, so I did some searching and came across this essay by Davide Casali. […]
The “Decisions, not options” philosophy argues that giving users too many options can make tweaking a piece of software a difficult and frustrating experience. When a user wants to make a small change, and they find themselves presented with five pages of disorganized options, many will simply give up rather than wade through each one […]