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The PHPUgly podcast, hosted by Eric Van Johnson, John Congdon, and Thomas Rideout, has posted their latest episode - Episode #114: 3D Printed Puns. This month the team discusses Customer Reviews - PHPUgly on Apple Podcasts Other topics mentioned include the ruling allowing the 3D printing of guns and recent Facebook censorship/ban issues. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed and follow them on Twitter for updates when new shows are released.
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With the massive range of smartphones and screen sizes, creating and testing prototypes for mobile apps is a critical part of the design process. UX teams must thoroughly test designs and resolve usability issues before handing the final drafts over to engineering. Developing an app is a time-consuming and expensive process. It’s much quicker and The post 5 Tips to Create prototypes for Mobile Apps appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
(This is a sponsored article.) Icons are everywhere. They have been around for a long time, and it’s difficult to imagine a world without icons or symbols today. Only designers will know how much effort and time is needed to not only make them helpful but also simple and expressive. What makes icons particularly special is perhaps the fact that their meaning can be understood without having to add any text or further details.
Angular announced a new automated feature request process that it will implement over the next few weeks after the team found that a large portion of requests among its three main repos were feature requests. In the new process, an Angular team member will review a ticket manually and identify it as either a feature … continue reading The post Angular team announces new process for feature requests appeared first on SD Times.
Video editing is an art form of its own. It takes careful and creative thinking to create a video that captivates an audience. Not just in filmmaking but it applies to YouTube, Instagram, and many other types of video content as well. The art of transitioning from one scene to the next is one of […]
Christmas is on the way! Wether you’re designing festive party flyers, looking for Christmas mockups, or a holiday icon set, we have a great collection for you today! We’ve pulled together a fantastic collection of Christmas flyers and templates, mockups, icons, vectors, and much more. Some of them are completely free, some cost a few […]
We can all use a good laugh these days, that’s why we prepared you a list of what not to do while designing a logo while working from home. Hopefully, these logos will put a smile on your faces. Bad logos might be quite bad for your brand. Your logo is what the people remember...
My new collection of 10 free black grunge textures feature dark and grimy tones from the ashes of hell, which is really just a metaphor for my bathroom… Although I have to point out, my bathroom is not the kind of filth ridden place you would expect to find such surfaces (nor is it a […] The post 10 Free Black Grunge Textures Made From The Ashes of Hell! appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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