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Advertise here with BSA Sketch has a plethora of companion applications to share the top table with, and there is, especially, no shortage of Prototyping applications out there to wine and dine our favourite... Advertise here with BSA The post How to Prototype an iOS App with Sketch and Flinto appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We are about to finish up with another great year and Christmas is around the corner. It's the time of the year, when everybody is getting ready for Christmas, expecting to see a fair of cheer everywhere. If you want to add some Christmas spirit to your WordPress website as well, and greet your visitors...
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In the first article in this series, I took a look at how to create a grid container and the various properties applied to the parent element that make up your grid. Once you have a grid, you have a set of grid lines. In this article, you will learn how to place items against those lines by adding properties to the direct children of the grid container. We will cover:
Resume design can be a funny thing. Where's the line between too little color and too much? We’re featuring 20 resume color schemes (with stunning examples) to help give you some ideas. Personally, I believe it is a balance between showing off your personality and design style in relation to the job you are applying […]
The style of numbers and digits is particularly important in graphic design, and no less so when designing a typeface. Although every font has a unique look-and-feel, very few stand out specifically when it comes to the design of their numbers and digits. After scouring the web, we’ve tracked down a few great examples of […]
Here are the best courses & tutorials for programming iOS 10, Swift 3 and Xcode 8 for beginners. Read More
Xdebug Update: November 2019 London, UK Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 09:17 GMT Another month, another monthly update where I explain what happened with Xdebug development in this past month. It will be published on the first Tuesday after t...
Robots are great for cleaning the floor and are perfect for exploring the moon. They're just not that great at customer support. The last thing your customers want is another "We received your message" email or "Thank you for holding" recording. Robots only succeed in making customers feel like another number, a dubious accomplishment for your team. They're the opposite of the personal touch that effective support is supposed to be all about. It's not that robots are useless. They're great at repetitive tasks, perfect for finding data and remembering anything you've ever written down. As sidekicks, robots can help offer more personalized support, doing the tedious parts of support so that you can focus on actually solving problems. You just have to give them the right job. Here's how to find the perfect job for your robots, so that you can automate support and offer more personalized, hands-on support at the same time. The post How To Offer More Personal Customer Support Through Effective Automation appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Microsoft is all set to unveil the latest iteration of its powerhouse, .NET 6. The release date is set for November 9th, and the development community is on the edge of its seats. Up until now, we have seen seven preview releases, each delivering features like server/cloud, desktop, IoT, and mobile, and two more are … Continue reading What to Expect in .NET 6? →
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