The Science of Slow Motion: Exploring Frame Rates and Applications

Getting the hang of slow motion and understanding what does frame per second means is essential for filmmakers, videographers, or anyone curious about the art and science of film. The technique relies on the concept of capturing footage at a higher frame rate than playback speed, enabling viewers to see intricate details that normally escape… Continue reading The Science of Slow Motion: Exploring Frame Rates and Applications

How to Browse Child Pages Through Next/Previous Links in WordPress

In a recent tutorial, we covered a method to convert WordPress child pages into navigation tabs. Today, we’ll move a step further and learn how to navigate between these pages with the next and previous links. Before starting, I recommend you go through the previous tutorial first and then come back here, as this tutorial… Continue reading How to Browse Child Pages Through Next/Previous Links in WordPress

15 Fonts Similar to Lato (& Pairing Examples!)

What makes the Lato typeface such a popular font for designers? In this article, we will learn a little about Lato and its font history and introduce you to some Lato font alternatives, as well as a selection of font pairing choices. Check out Arthura, an alternative font choice to Lato from Envato Elements History… Continue reading 15 Fonts Similar to Lato (& Pairing Examples!)

How to Change the URL in JavaScript: Redirecting

In this quick article, we’ll discuss how to change the URL in JavaScript by redirecting. We’ll go through a couple of different ways that you can use to perform JavaScript redirects. JavaScript is one of the core technologies of the web. The majority of websites use it, and all modern web browsers support it without… Continue reading How to Change the URL in JavaScript: Redirecting

Women in UX: Susan Kare

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Susan Kare rendered in the Macintosh rainbow by Daley Wilhelm Why women in UX? Ready for an utterly shocking statement? Prepare thyself: women are underrepresented in the tech sector. Oh… you already knew? I should have accounted for the fact that this is a well-documented phenomenon, the Pew Research Center reported that… Continue reading Women in UX: Susan Kare

Seobase Review: Powerful SEO Tool for Keyword Analysis

4 Shares SEO is becoming more complicated than ever with so many different keywords to manage. However, in this regard, one amazing thing that I have come across is seobase, a SEO platform that helps you in increasing the efficiency and productivity of the content that you put online. The best thing about this SEO… Continue reading Seobase Review: Powerful SEO Tool for Keyword Analysis

Photoshop Basics: How to Undo in Photoshop

July 8, 2020 by Sangalang Kristine Learning how to undo in Photoshop is a simple yet powerful skill. It is important for every photo or video editor. The Undo and Redo functions allow for the removal of an erroneous move. Clicking this function reverts an image back one step or so. It is a function… Continue reading Photoshop Basics: How to Undo in Photoshop

All You Need to Know about Parallax Scrolling

Our generation has witnessed the evolution of website design in a major way. If you have been the child of the 1990s, you have experienced websites which were mostly text based. Based on the path of the table based sites and online page builders, flash designing, PHP and CSS, Java Scripts and Semantics, Web 2.0… Continue reading All You Need to Know about Parallax Scrolling

Freebie: 7 Abstract Photoshop Actions

Plexiglass Photoshop Actions Preview Plexiglass is a set of Photoshop actions that adds abstract overlays to your photos. They’re great for posters, covers, or even as backgrounds for images. What’s cool about these actions is that you can resize or crop your image and the effects will update itself to fit your new image dimension.… Continue reading Freebie: 7 Abstract Photoshop Actions

45 Informative And Extremely Creative Infographics

In this collection, we are presenting 45 extremely creative Infographics for you so that you can see how brilliantly you can also present your own Infographic designs. Infographics is the most preferred way to effectively and successfully communicate statistics and information with the readers in a more meaningful and readable way. The way Infographics have… Continue reading 45 Informative And Extremely Creative Infographics

Top 10 Internet & Tech-Related Infographics from 2012

We saw a lot of advancement over the course of 2012. The year produced a significant number of new open source projects, startup launches, and great ideas among the Internet community. The culture has also lead to a series of great infographics being published over this time. I’d like to share my top 10 favorites… Continue reading Top 10 Internet & Tech-Related Infographics from 2012

Ruby on Rails Study Guide: The History of Rails

Ruby on Rails – or simply, Rails – is an open source, rapid web development framework, with a continuous goal of maximizing developer happiness and productivity. Created nearly a decade ago, Rails today forms the backbone of many of the most popular applications on the web, and has an incredibly vibrant and passionate community. In… Continue reading Ruby on Rails Study Guide: The History of Rails