The Code Crisis | Matt Davison

By Matt Davison | The Code Crisis

I'm Matt, front-end web developer based in England, UK. I talk about code, lifestyle, and more!

I'm Matt, front-end web developer based in England, UK.
I talk about code, lifestyle, and more!

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How to delete lock screens in iOS 16

With Apple’s release of iOS 16 some things simply aren’t clear; one thing that struck me was the confusing way to delete a lock screen style, so here’s how to do it!

 
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Your font pairings are letting down your web design...

Font pairings are an extremely important part of all types of design and particularly web design - considering how much text is displayed on the average website. The issue is many web designers and developers simply don't know the best ways to pair fonts to g…

 
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Domain mistakes every newbie makes...

Domains are a big part of web presence, for that reason it's really important to secure the perfect domain names for you and your brand name. However there are lots of mistakes I see newbies and non-developers make regularly, so here's a few things to avoid w…

 
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Free domains are destroying your bank balance...

Free domains are destroying your bank balance... sounds wild right? How can something you never paid for be harming your bank balance? Well... here's exactly how!

 
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How to get 52 free domains per year...

This week I was considering hardships I experienced when starting my developer journey, one of which being free domains and the difficult nature of procuring them. When thinking of this I decided I should share one of the easiest and most secure ways to get 5…

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Stop underselling yourself...

This week I spoke to a group of developers who were regularly underselling themselves, taking home less than $100/project and not seeing the value in the products they were producing, this is ok for them but what affect does it have on the greater industry?

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My favourite developer tools...

Developers find themselves at all levels from beginner, to pro and beyond, using different online tools and services in order to make their job easier. Here's a list of just a few of my favourites that I have used throughout my journey!

 
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How I learned to code in 2 hours...

Learning to code is a daunting thing for sure! There's so much to learn, so many different possible starting points, and so many languages. Learning to code is an endless journey and no one ever knows everything about coding, but knowing a few languages isn't…

 
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How I shipped a new product in less than 48 hours...

As a developer and all round creative person, I have ideas come to mind constantly. Coming up with ideas is almost like a passive activity to me, it comes to me like nature.The idea for this product (CashHook) arose when I needed to make a financial hack for …

 
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How I won two categories in my first hackathon...

When it came to choosing the hackathon I wanted to compete in as my first I looked for a theme that I at least had an idea for. When selecting my first hackathon I chose MLH's 'The Hackconomist' event. The event I selected was based around finance and making …