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In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to look at creating a stylish single weight line art logo. Even though the entire design is made just using lines, there’s a range of Illustrator tools and techniques we’ll use throughout this tutorial that you can incorporate into your arsenal. This style of illustration is pretty popular […] The post Video Tutorial: How To Create a Single Weight Line Art Logo appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
All websites should start with a good plan. Focussing on the design process first may be common for smaller sites. For larger sites, when user experience is paramount, creating an... The post A Collection of Inspiring Sitemaps and User Flow Maps appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
There's a disconnect. If you've been in business for enough time you've definitely felt it. Teams are pulling companies in different directions with internal processes and specialized frameworks for absolutely everything. They're focused on building their "part" of the product, and doing it incredibly well. There's just one problem: our internal divisions mean nothing to customers. In customers' eyes, it's the same brand replying to their support tickets and explaining something in a modal; the same entity is behind the quality of the product they use and the ads that led them to that product in the first place.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated some digital aspirations and projects, and slammed the brakes on others. A recent Couchbase report reveals that roughly a third of companies interviewed are delaying legacy database upgrades because of the pandemic. A slightly larger group, some 34%, say it has had the opposite effect. Architects bear much of the … continue reading The post Digital architects rose to the challenge – So must databases appeared first on SD Times.
In a post to his site Tomas Votruba takes a look at the "rocket science" behind the migration of DocBlocks to typehints in your PHP application. What if you could add scalar typehints int, bool, string, null to all parameter type and return type by running a CLI command? But also all classes, parent, self and $this? Do you think it's an easy task to move @param int $number to (int $number)? He talks about some of the current tools that handle the conversion of type-hints to type checks, but points out that some of them break the code (as they don't have the right context). He shares the results of some of his own research using these tools and issues that can come up with code changes. He also includes issues that could come up with the use of self/parent and namespacing. The post ends with some instructions on using the rector/rector package to handle this refactoring in a bit better way (including the configuration required).
In Episode 24 Eric, John, and Oscar discuss some of the articles in the September 2019 issue A?AEURAoeMaster of PuppetsA?AEURA?. Topics History of PHP, celebrating A?AEURAoe25 Years of PHPA?AEURA?, and the Impact Awards at php[world] Using Puphpeteer to automate Chromium browser tasks and testing. Code s...
No matter the line of work you’re in, one constant is that we’re increasingly using software to do work. More so now that a huge chunk... The post 6 Software Metrics Your Organization Should Track appeared first on Plutora.
Have you ever entered your credit card and phone number information into a website and then had been a little concerned about your data being... The post How Vulnerable Is Your Personal Information? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Recently, I was leading a training session for one of our clients on best practices for implementing designs using HTML and CSS. Part of our time included a discussion of processes such as style-guide-driven development, approaches such as OOCSS and SMACSS, and modular design. Near the end of the last day, someone asked, "But how will we know if we've done it right?" At first, I was confused. I had just spent hours telling them everything they need to "do it right." But after thinking about it, I realized the question was rooted in a deeper need to guide and evaluate what is often a set of subjective choices -- choices that are sometimes made by a lot of different people at different times.The post The Nine Principles Of Design Implementation appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
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