Line25 Sites of the Week for January 30th 2015

Line25 Sites of the Week for January 30th 2015

| January 30, 2015 | Comments (0)

Line25 Sites of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most outstanding website designs that I stumble across during my every day browsing. In this week’s collection, we have designs from KONTOR LONDON, Brian Hoff Design, Wood Shed Production, Be My Eyes and Tommy Franklin. KONTOR LONDON View the website Brian Hoff Design View […]

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How to perfect your websites with marginal gains

How to perfect your websites with marginal gains

| January 30, 2015 | Comments (0)

A little over a decade ago, British competitive cycling was nowhere. With a couple of notable exceptions — Tom Simpson in the ‘60s and Chris Boardman in the ‘90s — no British cyclist had made a significant impact on a sport dominated by France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, and Australia. Then, in 2003, British cycling appointed […]

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Valentine’s Day Sweets! Chocolate Covered Strawberry Vector

Valentine’s Day Sweets! Chocolate Covered Strawberry Vector

| January 30, 2015 | Comments (0)

It’s almost Valentine’s Day! Rather than getting your loved one the same old cheap gifts you get every year, why not create a chocolate covered strawberry vector for them? You can easily apply this chocolate covered strawberry vector to your own greeting card, t-shirt, or anything else you can think of. Moreover, you can apply this tutorial […]

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OTP: a Functional Approach (or Three)

OTP: a Functional Approach (or Three)

| January 29, 2015 | Comments (0)

I intially started the OTP challenge as a fun way to write some OCaml. It was, so much so that I wrote solutions in two other functional languages, Haskell and Elixir. I structured all three sets of programs the same so that I could easily see their similarities and differences. Check out the encrypt program […]

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How much should you charge for design?

How much should you charge for design?

| January 29, 2015 | Comments (0)

How many times have you asked yourself this question? A potential client wants your proposal for a design project. You’re sitting in front of your computer, scratching your head. You ask Google, your friends in Facebook, your Linkedin groups. You browse designers’ forums. You’ve found some price lists. Are they relevant for you? Are they relevant […]

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OTP: Matlab Solution

OTP: Matlab Solution

| January 28, 2015 | Comments (0)

Matlab isn't the most popular programming language out there (especially given that an individual license will run you over $2,000**), but it's incredibly powerful. For me, it also has a nostalgic appeal, as analyzing fMRI data with Matlab scripts served as my introduction to programming. So when David posed his One Time Pad programming challenge […]

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Collaborate with Google Slides, Deliver with Keynote

Collaborate with Google Slides, Deliver with Keynote

| January 28, 2015 | Comments (0)

There are two days left before the big client presentation and you've been preparing for it for almost a month now. You're working through the last bit of feedback from your team and tweaking the content of your slides when you start questioning if you'll even be able to deliver the deck flawlessly. Will you […]

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Theme.co releases awesome update for X theme

Theme.co releases awesome update for X theme

| January 28, 2015 | Comments (0)

When you’re looking for a WordPress theme, one of the most important features is that it shouldn’t look like a WordPress theme. With a startling array of customization options, Theme.co’s X theme, is probably one of the least theme-like themes available. Right from the outset X pushes the boundaries of what is traditionally thought of as […]

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Photo Shoot Planning Tips

Photo Shoot Planning Tips

| January 27, 2015 | Comments (0)

I recently project-managed my first full-service photo shoot. It was a two-day, two-location shoot, with 19 models and 10 unique sets, each with a variety of scene setups. The shoot was for Viget’s client, SmartThings, a start-up product company and pioneer in the exciting world of smart homes and home automation. The goal of the shoot […]

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Notegraphy, Graphic Design Meet Note-Taking

Notegraphy, Graphic Design Meet Note-Taking

| January 27, 2015 | Comments (0)

Beautifully designed writing. Most people these days scroll through plain or lifeless text posts in different social media networks like Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter. While this may be normal for some, designers like us just can’t help but crave for something extraordinary — some beautiful design. If you’re tired of staring at black text on white […]

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