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It’s surprisingly easy to switch between presentation tools such as Microsoft PowerPoint and Google Slides. Both tools have different pros and cons that mostly come down to user preference. Maybe you’ve started a presentation in PowerPoint, and you want to finish it in Google Slides? Or maybe you just want to compare the two and […]
This week's Designer News (No 493) includes A Guide to Only the Best Open-Source Typefaces, The Sustainable Web Manifesto, Styling In Modern Web Apps, The World Needs a Tech Diet; Here is How Designers Can Help, Getting Started with Design Systems, 404 Illustrations and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 493 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Great conferences are all about learning new skills and making new connections. That's why we've set up a couple of new adventures for SmashingConf 2018 -- just practical sessions, new formats, new lightning talks, evening sessions and genuine, interesting conversations -- with a dash of friendly networking! Taking place in London, San Francisco, Toronto. Tickets? Glad you asked! SmashingConf London: everything web performance. Feb 7-8. Performance matters. Next year, we're thrilled to venture to London for our brand new conference fully dedicated to everything front-end performance. Dealing with ads, third-party scripts, A/B testing, HTTP/2, debugging, JAM stack, PWA, web fonts loading, memory/CPU perf, service workers. Plus lightning community talks.The post SmashingConf 2018: Fetch Those Early-Bird Tickets! ?? ?? ?? appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
This week's Designer News (N.423) includes a Look at the HTML Dialog Element, Modern CSS Explained for Dinosaurs, a Free Material Design Email Template, Using Media Queries for Responsive Design in 2018, a CSS Grid Generation Tool, the faune Typeface, Designing Windows 95's UI and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 423 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Most photographers know the basics to good product photos – using a tripod, setting your camera to the widest aperture, using a white background, creating an out-of-focus background, and more. But what about those really unique product photographs? You know the ones. They simply don’t look like a normal product photo you’d see in a...
This week's Designer News (N.439) includes Solving Life's Problems with CSS, Jam Icons, Text Editing Techniques, Dynamic Bezier Curves, Cool Backgrounds, Lessons Learned While Developing WordPress Plugins, How CSS Works: Understanding the Cascade and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 439 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Overview CS-Cart Upload Details add-on provides the facility to the admin/vendor to gather all the information from the customers related to their requirements for product/service. The add-on collects all the information related to the customer along with the image files and comments so that the admin/vendor can get to know easily that what the customer [...]
Some skills, you just need to know. And you better know them so well that you can do them almost without thinking. When it comes to web design, many skills can change and evolve over time, but there are a few basics that you should be able to do in your sleep. And even if […]
Adobe Lightroom is one of the most useful tools you can use to optimize your photos and graphics. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, it has features suitable for everyone. What makes Lightroom more powerful is its ability to extend its features with third-party presets. These presets allow you to instantly apply effects, enhance […]
The process of developing sophisticated web-based software is more like a marathon than a sprint. But we have to keep moving forward. To avoid potential problems, follow the best practices introduced in this guide. The following recommendations are based on The Twelve-Factor App methodology. The web application development best practices discussed here can be applied to any Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. It covers everything from back-end development on a local machine to cloud architecture.
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