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Affinity Photo has been receiving rave reviews from designers and photographers alike, looking for a photo editing software solution that's not crazy-expensive but has in-demand features. But can it replace Photoshop? While Affinity Photo isn’t super-cheap, you only have to buy the software (and any add-ons you like) just once, making it a somewhat viable […]
Due to multiple factors (the widespread digitalization and the pandemic, to name just a few), consumer behavior has changed dramatically in recent years. Today’s consumers... The post How Enterprises Can Leverage Omnichannel Payment Processing appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
What's hot in graphic design? One of the things people always want to talk to me about is graphic design trends. Here's a recap of the top graphic design trends of 2018, plus a little preview of what's likely on the horizon for 2019. It's such an interesting topic because there are trends that change […]
Introduction In the previous post on the topic of Token Based Security, we created an API endpoint and protected it (using Authorize attribute) with IdentityServer. Then, we set up a simple Angular application with an AuthService to use oidc-client library. We also created few angular components at the end of the previous post, as well as two buttons for login/logout purposes in appComponent, then wired the following method with click events: Today, we will continue from the previous post and complete the login/logout process. We will see how the OIDC client library makes it very easy to implement the complex redirect flows out of the box.
Icon and vector marketplaces like Iconfinder (where I work) are making well-designed vector icons an inexpensive and readily available resource for web and print designers. Thousands of high-quality premium icon sets and hundreds of great free sets are available. Every icon set submitted to Iconfinder is reviewed and evaluated for potential appeal to our website users and for potential commercial value as premium icons. When reviewing icon sets submitted to the website, we have a responsibility to our designers and to our customers to make sure all premium icons on the website are of the highest possible quality.The post Easy Steps To Better Icon Design appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Logo is “a graphic mark, emblem, or symbol used to aid and promote public recognition.” That's its main job, "Public Recognition." It’s a visual shortcut targeting our brains to remember what the brand is all about. When I see a Nike swoosh, I think of athletic performance. When I see a McDonald’s logo, I crave for burger and fries. That white “f” on blue background triggers me to click on it and check my Facebook feed. Before social media happened, I used to relate an icon of a bird with peace. Now I get reminded of tweets. Why is a … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Today's technology means it's never been easier to foster a collaborative culture between multi-discipline teams. Yet, here's the rub: while 75% of employers say teamwork and collaboration are important, 39% of employees believe people don't collaborate enough in their organization. The post Product development and design: Tips to improve collaboration between designers and developers appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
How do you know when a hosting change is needed - or at least something you should consider? Today, we share a few signs that will clue you in. The post Signs Your WordPress Website Has Outgrown Its Hosting appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Some freelancers tend to effortlessly attract clients and business opportunities. They don’t have to push sales, clients seem to call incessantly and they hardly have any time to fit all... The post What Stage is Your Freelance Career at? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
This week's Designer News - No 565 - includes The OrbitCSS Framework, The Principles Of Visual Communication, Play "The Caretaker": A Pure CSS Game, Why Sketch is Proud to Be Native Mac, Free iOS 14 Icon Set, Comparing Various Ways to Hide Things in CSS, Experiment with Windows XP in React and lots more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 565 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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