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Choosing the right color scheme for your wedding is one of the toughest tasks of the wedding planning process. Because you need to make sure the colors you pick stays consistent across all aspects of the events. The color scheme you pick will decide the colors for everything from wedding invitations to thank you cards, […]
Design is more than just good looks – something all designers should know. Design also covers how users engage with a product. Whether it's a site or app, it's more like a conversation. Navigation is a conversation. It doesn't matter how good your site or app is if users can't find their way around. In this post, we'll help you better understand the principles of good navigation for mobile apps, then show you how it's done using two popular patterns. When we examine the most successful interaction navigation designs of recent years, the clear winners are those who execute fundamentals flawlessly. While thinking outside the box is usually a good idea, there are some rules that you just can't break.The post The Golden Rules Of Bottom Navigation Design appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
In today’s Adobe Photoshop tutorial I’m going to show you how to turn anything into gold using this simple combination of Photoshop filters and tools. The effect smooths out the details of a regular image and adds an array of shiny reflections to mimic the appearance of a polished metal statue. A gradient overlay gives […] The post Video Tutorial: How to Turn Anything into Gold in Photoshop appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Learn how to replicate the pixel river distortion effect seen on homunculus.js using Three.js. The post Deconstructing the homunculus.jp Distortion with Three.js appeared first on Codrops.
2020 was anything but normal. Consumers had their lives shaken up and many businesses experienced new challenges as well as opportunities thanks to the novel events of the year.
Today we're bringing you a collection of the best free Keynote templates for making all kinds of presentation slideshows, including business, creative, agency, and startup pitch decks. Keynote is a great tool for making effective presentations. But, let’s face it, when it comes to the default templates included, your options are limited. Luckily you can […]
If you’re looking for a shortcut to help speed up your photo editing workflows, Adobe Lightroom presets could be the answer. We’re covering what a Lightroom preset is, how they work, and featuring some of our favorite examples! Adobe Lightroom Presets can help you perform certain effects and edits with one click. It can be […]
In a new post to his site Matthias Noback shares some of his recent experience working with a multi-tenant application and the current "contexts" that exist during the user's session. In the most he makes some suggestions about how to generate this context on each request without having to resort to a "data clumping" approach. In the beginning we start out with a framework that has some authentication functionality built-in. We can get the "current user" from the session, or from some other session-based object. We'll also need the "current company" (or the "current organization") of which the current user is a member. In the web controller, we take this information out of the session (which we can possibly reach through the "request" object passed to the controller action as an argument). Then we start doing the work; making queries, making changes, sending mails, etc. All on behalf of the current user and the current organization. [...] Soon this starts to feel like a code smell known as a Data Clump: the same data hanging around together. He offers a few different steps to follow to make sure you're correctly implementing this functionality and not violating the SRP (Single Responsibility Principle): Injecting the session The Context class Passing contextual values on a need-to-know basis Fetching more data when needed For each item on the list there's a paragraph or two explaining the changes and functionality with code examples included where necessary for illustration.
Technology is being so essential in today's world that it can be referred to as the "Lifeline of today's survival". This dramatically increases the demand for expertise, qualification, specialization, and professionalism in the field of software development and IT staff augmentation. Staff augmentation generally refers to having an outsourced company for hiring workers and employees for the knowledge or research purpose that makes the company or organization focus on the core activities for both long-term and short-term purposes.
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