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A few years ago, there was a debate stirring on the web about black. Ian Storm Taylor's "Never Use Black" was shared and tweeted and read by designers all over the world. You can debate whether you should use black or not all day long. But the reality is that you will use black. Every […]
If you think including "Hi [First name] in your email completes personalization, you have probably got the personalization concept wrong. In Fact, this is only the beginning. Personalized content is an integral part of modern marketing and Email is no different. Consumers expect to see a more humanized version of the brand both offline and...
Creating a perfect website design is an exhausting task. There are many factors to be considered before starting to create a website design and one of them is choosing the right font. You have to take due care when writing the website content and during the selection of images for the home page. Also, you […] The post How To Choose The Perfect Font For Your Website appeared first on Line25.
Access All Areas members have a useful set of textures to download this week, courtesy of Heather Noll Design. This Grunge Halftone pack includes 14 high resolution 4000x6000px Bitmap files that can be used individually, or blended for different effects. There’s a variety of surface textures to choose from, including stains, heavy dirt and ornate […] The post Grunge Halftone Texture Pack for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
On the Laravel News site they've posted a tutorial sharing some helpful hints for the Laravel users out there about developing package locally without having to release it and wait to pull the latest version back down. Developing Composer packages locally through a local file symlink speeds up development immensely when you want to create Laravel packages and try them out on a real application. I was reading about a
If you're looking for a different type of a font to make your design stand out, a cursive font can be a great choice. Cursive and script fonts aren’t new, but they’re a less common choice for many designers. This gives you a chance to use cursive fonts to add some originality to your next […]
The attitudes and demands of consumers keep changing frequently. Things that matter the most today may become obsolete tomorrow. Thus, businesses continuously run a rat race to offer what their customers want. With the hectic schedule and lifestyle, people want solutions to reach their doorsteps. Well, that's contrary to what we had in the markets two decades ago. All thanks to the advent of the internet and mobile revolution that made it possible for businesses to roll out such solutions effortlessly.
Mac and iPad/iPhone users have probably seen the little blue presentation icon on the devices. But have you ever really used it? This icon is for Apple Keynote, a presentation tool that comes standard on all iOS devices. Keynote is native to Mac, so you won't find it on PC devices. It's a tool that […]
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In a new post to his site Nikola Posa takes a look at naming conventions in code and makes some recommendations based on his own work. In the last couple of months, I spent a lot of time studying Proophessor Do demo project that showcases features of Prooph components, all with the aim of mastering CQRS/Event Sourcing concepts. Along the way, something else turned my attention away from the main topic - unconventional, but clean and concise naming convention for class and method names. This was a true eye-opener for me, I immediately liked the idea and after adapting it a bit I started practicing it at work. Excited and full of enthusiasm, I shared my findings and opinions with the rest of the world. He tweeted about his excitement but found that there was more to say and a blog post was the place to put it. So in this post he covers several "anti-patterns" to avoid in code naming conventions: Anti-pattern 1: Prefixes/suffixes convention for Interfaces Anti-pattern 2: Archetype suffix convention for domain classes Anti-pattern 3: "get" prefix convention for property accessors He finishes the post with some final thoughts and a "TL;DR" image showing a "right" and "wrong" way to structure your code.
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