Archive for March, 2016

Create A Water Texture Vector!

Create A Water Texture Vector!

| March 31, 2016 | Comments (0)

It is starting to warm up oustide, so it is only fitting we create a wading water texture vector, like in a pool. It is a relatively quick and easy technique using Illustrator’s Effects, Simplify, Offset Path and some bright colors.     Notes: Water Texture Vector This tutorial was created with Illustrator CS3. Keyboard shortcuts are […]

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Like driving a car

Like driving a car

| March 31, 2016 | Comments (0)

I remember when I first started learning to drive. Behind the wheel, there was so much to think about. I’d change my focus from the road, to the street signs, to the lights, to the cars, to the speedometer. It was all so very overwhelming and stressful. Over time, things get easier. Eventually, I could […]

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Creating stunning charts with AngularJS

Creating stunning charts with AngularJS

| March 31, 2016 | Comments (0)

As citizens of the digital world, we are constantly flooded with data. From website analytics to our fitness tracker, data is all around us. As a result, for the front-end designers it is becoming increasingly difficult to present data in a way that stands out from other data sources that are competing for a viewer’s attention. […]

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Creating stunning charts with AngularJS

Creating stunning charts with AngularJS

| March 31, 2016 | Comments (0)

As citizens of the digital world, we are constantly flooded with data. From website analytics to our fitness tracker, data is all around us. As a result, for the front-end designers it is becoming increasingly difficult to present data in a way that stands out from other data sources that are competing for a viewer’s attention. […]

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Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: April 2016

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: April 2016

| March 31, 2016 | Comments (0)

   Since eight years, we start into the new month with a collection of desktop wallpapers — the best way to fuel some fresh inspiration, as we find. And it’s not any different this time around. Designers and artists from across the globe shared their creations with us for April 2016. The result is a […]

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Divi 2.7 introduces A/B testing for WordPress

Divi 2.7 introduces A/B testing for WordPress

| March 30, 2016 | Comments (0)

If you’re a fan of WordPress, and you build sites professionally, you’ve almost certainly encountered Divi; Elegant Themes’ flagship theme and builder. We’ve covered the release of several versions, and so we were eager to try out the latest version to be announced: Divi 2.7. In a nutshell, Divi 2.7 comes with an advanced theme builder […]

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Never Stop Learning With Conference Live Streams And Videos

Never Stop Learning With Conference Live Streams And Videos

| March 30, 2016 | Comments (0)

   What makes a great conference? It fuels your ideas and polishes up your skills. It fosters your professional growth and takes your work to the next level. Luckily, a lot of conferences provide videos of their talks after the event has ended, some do even stream live to pass on their knowledge even if […]

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Showcase: 40 Restaurant Identity Projects You’ll Be Inspired By

Showcase: 40 Restaurant Identity Projects You’ll Be Inspired By

| March 30, 2016 | Comments (0)

Coming up with a unique image for a business can be challenging and intimidating, especially for those who aren’t very artistically inclined. Trying to create a logo, menu, or any other kind of design can be stressful, time consuming, and ineffective, especially when it comes to the restaurant industry. When it comes to food, everything must be in […]

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Twitter finally opens up platform to the visually impaired

Twitter finally opens up platform to the visually impaired

| March 30, 2016 | Comments (0)

Not all developers and tech services consider the visually impaired when rolling out their latest designs and updates, so it’s refreshing when one finally does. Twitter, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, just made its interface friendlier to the blind and those with vision impairment. Yesterday, Twitter announced on its blog that it’s making its images […]

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How To Make A Physiology-Friendly Application For The iPad

How To Make A Physiology-Friendly Application For The iPad

| March 30, 2016 | Comments (0)

   If you’ve ever had to move your iPad from one hand to the other just to tap a button you couldn’t reach, then you may have already guessed why we began this study in our UX lab. Our Mail.Ru Group’s UX lab team carries out many usability studies of our apps for smartphones and […]

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