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The blend tool in Adobe Illustrator is often used to create abstract wave graphics, but I’ve been experimenting with some additional adjustments and discovered some handy tricks to create sci-fi inspired digital particle waves. This kind of imagery perfectly complements hi-tech interface designs with colourful data visualisation effects, or it could be used to create […] The post How To Create Digital Particle Waves in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Creating the perfect brochure design can be a challenging task, even for a professional designer. Especially when you're using it to showcase an entire business or product with just a few pages. These InDesign brochure templates can help save the day. With our handpicked collection of the best InDesign brochure templates, you'll be able to […]
Adobe Photoshop Actions are a great feature of the app, allowing you to create a process or workflow, record how it worked, and then easily repeat the process again for other photographs or design elements. Today we’ve collected some of the best Photoshop actions out there, for photographers and graphic designers alike. They cost just […]
A blockchain is a peer-to-peer network of computers. Blockchain technology offers easy, secured, and faster options for international payments. It is used in various industries such as retail, insurance, automotive, health care, and advertising. The e-commerce industry is flowing, but payments remain a crucial factor to improve user experience. There are 24 million e-commerce sites worldwide. The total online sales from e-commerce reached $3.9 trillion at the end of 2020. However, what's interesting to note is that around 155 million e-commerce transactions end in a dispute.
Newsletters are an important part of every company. It's an effective way of staying in touch with customers, clients, and even investors. However, designing the perfect newsletter can be a challenging task. But now, thanks to pre-made newsletter templates, the process is much easier. There's no need to hire design agencies or spend weeks crafting […]
Mark Baker continues his series looking at the use of static properties and methods in applications and how to test them. In this second part of the series he focuses more on some of the unintentional side-effects that could happen when you're trying to refactor them out. In the first article in this series, I wrote about the problems with testing static methods in classes, and showed a few approaches that allow us to write mocks for statics. Testing classes where we have static properties is a lot harder to manage, because any changes made in any test to those properties are global, across the entire test suite, not simply the test that we are running. Static properties are part of the global state, and we can't simply tearDown() those changes in the way that we do with instances -- at least we cannot easily do so if the property has a visibility of private or protected. He goes through an example of a refactor from a static property (essentially in the global scope) to a private property. He points out the issue of setting a static value in what seem to be separate child classes, the fact that it actually changes the base value, not the individual ones, leading to potentially unintended consequences. His main recommendation is to avoid the use of static properties all together. Where that's no possible (like in a legacy project) he offers two potential solutions: either replace them with constants if they're never changed or changing them to instance properties.
First we will talk about some of the other internal users of the technology that underpins the InnoDB Clone. MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB) is an enterprise offering that provides backup and recovery for MySQL. Among various types of backups available, the following two types are of interest to us: Full Backup - A backup that backs up the entire MySQL instance – all the tables in each MySQL database.…
Most people think that their WordPress website was safe just because it doesn’t have any content worth hacking. Unfortunately, that is not true. Websites are often hacked to distribute spam emails, for example. Or the [...]
There's a lot of content out there. A lot. It's all over the Internet - in content marketing, social media updates, and blogging. Certainly, individual users contribute their own content. But the average person's status updates and blog posts about niche interests or their day-to-day lives are spare change compared to the overwhelming amount of content created by businesses. While the era of spam and black hat SEO tactics is waning, poor quality web content still runs rampant. What's a designer to do? The Problem: The Web Is "Infoxicated" As a designer in the content creation world, you've likely heard … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Access All Areas members have a brilliant collection of photocopy noise textures to download this week, courtesy of Simon Birky Hartmann from The Shop. These six textures have been lovingly crafted with an old laser copier with an increasingly faulty drum and toner combo. They each have subtle variations in the dust and noise patterns […] The post Photocopy Noise Texture Pack for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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