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It's not easy to find creativity in normal things. It is an art that changes your perspective toward looking things in certain way. Usually the simplistic approach to any problem is the correct one. Don't be shocked if you are expecting some sorts of noise from these weird fruits and vegetables, as these all look like a certain shape. No matter if you don't know to be an editing wizard to mess with people's perceptions of reality, all you need is a creative eye for obscure shot angles and a camera. Weird Shaped Fruit And Vegetable Photos To be honest, … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Maybe it's the whiff of someone's perfume. Or a bite of pizza from a new restaurant. Or a song playing over the loudspeakers at the store. But the second it hits, you're immediately transported to another place, time, or mood. Imagine if your website could evoke this kind of response. Visitors who respond to the sensory stimulation would instantly be in a more positive headspace, which they'd then associate with the site and your brand.
In a time where everyone uses email and social media to send digital invites, handing out a printed flyer to invite to a party adds a refreshingly personal touch to the exchange. It not only shows how important this event is to you but also how much you care about each person to invite them […]
This web app by Stephane Lyver delivers automatic image optimization for the common formats JPEG, PNG, GIF, and SVG. The compression is able to either work lossy or lossless. The strength of compression is not adjustable by the user, Compressor.io will always try to reduce to the max. And this works astonishingly perfect… Compressor.io: Web...
This week on the stream I looked at writing a browser-based game that is similar to the fantastic Steam game Slay the Spire. Slay the Spire is a fun roguelike deck-builder game where you fight increasingly difficult monsters as you climb the titular spires. I decided to build a clone of this game in...
This year at Laracon US in NYC Bill Condo sat down with each speaker and did a quick interview. Those have all been posted on our podcast and you can listen to all the interviews in your podcast app of choice or online. The post Laracon US 2019 Sp...
Everyone is looking for better and more efficient communication and collaboration, this is especially true for designers. We have been searching for a tool that can revolutionize our design workflow and we're glad that we found one. InVision is a product design platform, which includes prototyping functionality for web and graphic designers to quickly prototype...
You can’t make the first impression twice, right? Of course, and that’s one of the reasons why you put so much time and effort working on a website’s design. You... The post 5 Simple Questions to Ask When Looking for User Feedback appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Although SketchApp was created with graphic designers in mind. And one can't argue that with its outstanding support for multiple pages and artboards and a bulk of features such as shared styles, it offers a pretty comfortable and fertile environment for creativity. However, it still requires some skills to master it. If you want to get a grasp of basics, to say nothing about making the most out of the software, then you need some documentation, guides and insights. One of the easiest and enjoyable ways of acquiring knowledge nowadays is to dive into Sketch tutorials that are composed by fellow professionals and enthusiasts in this sphere. These online written lessons reveal a routine of creating something from scratch that can be easily repeated at home. All you have to do is to obediently follow all the instructions and at the same time memorize techniques and tricks, and practice your skills. Today's list comprises 20 Sketch tutorials created for those of you who need some boost and directions in successfully using SketchApp. Some of them are well-suited to novices, while others require a bit more than just a simple understanding of a program. Designing for Apple Watch: Designing a Glance in Sketch […]
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