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In this tutorial, I will teach you how to work digitally on an image you draw by hand. You will learn two completely different ways to approach the image: through the Live Trace Tool and the Pen Tool. Two ways, two results. Learn how to take the best from both. Along the way, I will give you some Photoshop tips, too. The first thing you'll need to know is how to manage your drawing in Photoshop and which are the best ways to prepare it for Illustrator. If you are not comfortable drawing in Photoshop, don't worry! You can download my drawing in high-resolution, skip the Photoshop step and go straight to step 2 to begin with Illustrator.The post Pen Tool Vs. Live Trace: The Big Comparison appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Boost conversions by making these 10 easy tweaks to your landing pages. From quick copy edits to color changes, use these simple tips to maximise sales.
Although I was born in North West England, I grew up in Corby, a steel working town in the middle of the country. From the 1930s, Corby had grown to rely on steel production, with working-class families — a large number of them from Scotland — flocking to the area. During the Second World War, burning oil to produce thick smoke prevented all but a few German bombs, but when I was in my teens, a different toxic cloud, Thatcherism, hung over Corby as it did many industrial and manufacturing centres across the UK.
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Sometimes it doesn't take a lot to get inspired. A short ride with your bike, a coffee break with a friend, or listening to your favorite song might be just what you need to spark some fresh ideas. And if that doesn't do it, we have a little extra inspiration boost for you: desktop wallpapers. Since more than nine years, artists and designers from across the globe challenge their creative skills and design monthly wallpapers for you to indulge in.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of many offices, and even as we see the virus waning, companies are still allowing their workforces to stay at home, creating management challenges to overcome. For many, this is a new practice that requires trial and error in order to find the most efficient remote management strategy. Even … continue reading The post Managing remote teams appeared first on SD Times.
Stickers are a fun and versatile way to promote your business, raise awareness for a cause, or simply get your brand out there. It's not just little kids that are excited by the prospect of getting a sticker! Regardless of what you'll be using them for, it's important to ensure that when your stickers have […]
The php[architect] podcast, hosted by PHP community members Eric van Johnson and John Congdon, has posted their latest episode: Episode #12 - Whole lot of Xdebug Our twelfth episode is in the can, thanks to Eric van Johnson and John Congdon. Eric and John discuss freelancing and how it changed John's life, regular expressions, PhpStorm, and how the PHP community gets together. [Their guest] Oscar talks about trying to use Xdebug regularly and the value of debugging tools in general [and there's an] interview with Mark Niebergall on his Xdebug article, his day to day work, and working remotely. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading it directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed to get updates when new shows are released.
Maintainers of the Rust programming language have warned of a critical vulnerability that enables attackers to delete files and directories. In a security advisory, the Rust Security Response Working Group wrote: "The Rust Security Response WG was notified that the std::fs::remove_dir_all standard library function is vulnerable to a race condition enabling symlink following (CWE-363). An... Read more » The post Rust vulnerability enables attackers to delete files and directories appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Unlike most design software, Figma is free and browser-based so developers can easily access the full design files making the developer handoff process significantly smoother. This article explains everything they need to know to work with Figma.
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