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Nowadays, vintage, retro, old school, are terms that you hear more in the graphic design world and more and web designers are using these styles to bring a bit of nostalgia to their designs. In this article, you will find some stunning vintage WordPress themes that you can quickly use to create beautiful websites. Some of […] The post 20 Vintage WordPress Themes for Hipster-Friendly Businesses appeared first on Line25.
Marketplace DHL Shipping in the Shopware 6 module makes it possible to ship products worldwide using the DHL Shipping service. In addition, this shipping option is the most reliable in terms of cost and product delivery. It’s now possible thanks to the Webkul Marketplace DHL Shipping in Shopware 6. Shopware Marketplace is a web-based shopping [...]
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This week's Designer News (No 483) includes Designer Bio Generator™, Create a Stunning Crossroads Slideshow, a Free Material Admin Kit, Native Image Lazy-Loading for the Web!, Animating SVG with CSS, Play CSSBattle, Web Design Concepts Explained Through Illustration and much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 483 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
For a startup, intellectual property (IP) is of the utmost importance. Everything a startup does is focused on building around that IP, and that's ultimately... The post What Startups Should Know About Protecting Intellectual Property appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Most teams are somewhere on the path to DevOps maturity, with just 11% saying they've implemented full automation in DevOps. This means that despite being around for almost two decades, most organizations are still figuring out what full DevOps adoption looks like for their teams. However, after years of disruption, rising customer expectations for digital … continue reading The post The role of software testing and quality engineering in DevOps adoption appeared first on SD Times.
(This is a sponsored article.) Spend enough time in a Facebook group for professional web developers and designers and the question will inevitably come up: "I was approached by a small client with a small budget. Should I work with them?" Those that have been around a long time will probably scream "No!" and tell you that you're under no obligation to work with smaller clients. The reasoning being that it's impossible to make a worthwhile profit on those kinds of projects and that many of the clients end up being difficult to work with.
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Each day, we all are faced with thousands of options we need to make decisions on. From the moment you wake up until the moment you go back to sleep, you have endless decision points throughout your day that impact how your day goes. We get so used to making these decisions that most of […] The post Persuasive Design 101 first appeared on Line25.
In today’s video tutorial I’m going to take you through a process I’ve come up with for creating a mosaic tile effect, using a mix of Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. This kind of tiled effect has been quite trendy over recent years, made popular by Nick Misani and his ‘Fauxsaics‘ series, where he would […] The post Video Tutorial: How To Create a Mosaic Text Effect appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
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