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Writing For Smashing Magazine

Smashing Magazine’s primary goal is to deliver quality content for the Web development and design community. If you have valuable tips, tricks, ideas or techniques to share, then you’re more than welcome to write for us and help provide others with solid articles and useful insights. Read more...

About Us, Impressum And Legal Notice

Founded in September 2006, Smashing Magazine delivers useful and innovative information to Web designers and developers. Our aim is to inform our readers about the latest trends and techniques in Web development. We try to persuade you not with the quantity, but with the quality of the information we present. Smashing Magazine is, and always has been, independent. Read more...

Smashing Book 2: Why We Love It And Why You’ll Love It, Too

Two and a half months ago, the Smashing Book 2 was released. For us, a small independent publisher, it was a big deal, because this ambitious project on which we had been working since July 2010 was also very important for Smashing Magazine. We spent a tremendous amount of time and effort on the little and big details of the book. It was very important for us to get it right this time: to create an outstanding, high-quality book and provide outstanding, high-quality service to our readers.

Smashing Book 2: Why We Love It And Why You’ll Love It, Too

In this post, we’d like to provide some insight into the book’s production that we have gained during the process. And if you haven’t purchased the book yet, maybe you’ll want to buy both printed Smashing Books for a special price.

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Being Editor-In-Chief Of Smashing Magazine

It's about time for another look inside Smashing Magazine, isn't it? Today, we'll introduce you to the secrets of the editorial team here, which is headed by one member in particular: Vitaly Friedman. What is his job? What are the responsibilities of an editor-in-chief? What tricks does he have? [Content Care Dec/22/2016]

Vitaly is smashing

As you would expect of an editor-in-chief, Vitaly Friedman is responsible for the content on Smashing Magazine. Therefore, he has to constantly search for new ideas and have a critical eye for articles he receives from writers. In addition, being online, the communication process itself has some peculiarities: namely, it takes a lot of time. Thus, Vitaly has three main task groups: communicating (about 50 to 60% of his time), finding article ideas (5 to 10%) and editing articles (25 to 30%).

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Smashing Highlights 2008

2008 was a successful year for us and for Smashing Magazine. Reviewing what has happened on Smashing Magazine over the last year, we could have told a couple of impressive stories that happened here and there, but we won't do that. Instead, we would like to take a rather critical look back and discuss what we've done and what has changed in 2008.

Smashing Alien Icon

We genuinely thank our readers for your attention, criticism, ideas, suggestions and numerous emails and links over the last year. We have tried our best to improve the quality of our articles and increase its value for designers and developers. In this post, we review what has happened on Smashing Magazine over the last year: smashing highlights, setbacks and small sensations of 2008, in a brief overview, month by month. [Content Care Oct/30/2016 - this is a memorial, no links here anymore]

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Smashing Highlights 2007

Although Smashing Magazine is quite young, a number of things happened in 2007. Aside from dozens of articles, we've organized few contests, re-designed our weblog and we also have released two WordPress-themes and a Smashing free font.

Smashing Magazine Highlight 2007

In this post we revise what happened on Smashing Magazine over the last year. Smashing highlights, setbacks and small sensations of 2007 — in a brief overview, month by month. [Content Care Oct/30/2016 – this is a memorial, no links here anymore]

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