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Access All Areas members have an extensive collection of Illustrator Brushes to download this week, courtesy of Jeremy Child from The Artifex Forge. These vector marker pen brushes really capture the smear and swipe of the real thing, allowing you to create convincing marker pen artwork in Adobe Illustrator or Affinity Designer with ease. Over […] The post 34 Chunky Marker Illustrator Brushes for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy," said Shakespeare's Hamlet, in the famous scene in which Hamlet teaches Horatio to be a web designer. Horatio, as every schoolchild knows, is a designer from Berlin (or sometimes London or Silicon Valley) who has a top-of-the-line MacBook, the latest iPhone and an unlimited data plan over the fastest, most reliable network. But, as Hamlet points out to him, this is not the experience of most of the world's web visitors.The post World Wide Web, Not Wealthy Western Web (Part 1) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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A web product's user experience is one of the key elements that help in user acquisition and user retention. Though immense focus should be given to the design and development of new product features, a continuous watch should be kept on the overall user experience. Like 404 pages (or dead links), broken images on a website (or web app) could also irk the end-users. Manual inspection and removal of broken images is not a feasible and scalable approach. Instead of using third-party tools to inspect broken images, you should leverage Selenium automation testing and see how to find broken images using Selenium WebDriver on your website. In this part of the Selenium Tutorial, we look at how to find broken images on websites using Selenium WebDriver. From an end-user's perspective, even a single broken image on a page could be an experience dampener -- a prime reason to find broken images on websites.
Matthias Nobak has continued his series of posts covering software architecture and class structure. In a previous article he talked about using interfaces and in this latest tutorial he covers the reuse of "domain code", the main logic of your application (rather than the structure). Last week I wrote about when to add an interface to a class. The article finishes with the claim that classes from the application's domain don't usually need an interface. The reason is that domain code isn't going to be swapped out with something else. This code is the result of careful modelling work that's done based on the business domain that you work with. And even if you'd work on, say, two financial software projects in a row, you'll find that the models you produce for each of them will be different in many subtle (if not radical) ways. Paradoxically you'll find that in practice a domain model can sometimes be reused after all. There are some great examples out there. In this article I explain different scenarios of where and how reuse could work. He then goes on to cover three "reuse" situations, providing a summary for each: Reuse-in-the-small Reuse-in-the-large and software diversity Reuse-in-the-even-larger: reusing entire subdomains He finishes up the article sharing some thoughts about which of the types seems more obtainable and, in his experience, useful.
If you’re looking for an affordable way to add some world-class font families to your font library, you’re in for a treat with this new bundle! This collection opens with the extended Baskerville font family - probably the stand-out serif typeface of the past 300 years. Follow this with some of the most popular typefaces […] The post Own Baskerville and Other Iconic Fonts for an Incredible 99% Off appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
If you're working on a product or business roadmap presentation, we have handpicked some of the best PowerPoint roadmap templates you can use to design a killer slideshow for your presentation. A roadmap presentation is one of the most effective methods of detailing the past, present, and future for product and business development. Using a […]
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