How to Make Your Web Developer Portfolio Stand Out

The rise of the internet has changed how we interact with the rest of the world. We are constantly connected to one another and have access to vast resources for education, entertainment, and business. Yet, the continued practicality of these technologies relies on the talents of web developers to provide interfaces and structures. One of… Continue reading How to Make Your Web Developer Portfolio Stand Out

How to survive a design career and avoid burnout (Part 2)

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Hi, people in the UX Design and Product world. This post is the second in a series I’m writing, based on conversations I’ve had with Product and Experience Designers and leaders in the field, who prosper despite working in some really harsh environments. And when I say “harsh”, I’m talking… Continue reading How to survive a design career and avoid burnout (Part 2)

20 Best New Websites, May 2021

This month we have several examples of brutalism used to good effect as a foil to showcase products and/or work. By contrast, at the other end of the scale, we have brands who have chosen to go more of an immersive experience route, using full-screen images, sound, animation, and even VR. Both are valid approaches,… Continue reading 20 Best New Websites, May 2021

15 Clever Valentine’s Day Ad Designs

Ah, Valentine’s Day! Some love it, others don’t, but in the end, Valentine’s Day is still one of the most popular holidays all over the world. The approach of the world’s sweetest holiday is a great time for us to gather some inspiration and showcase a collection of the Web’s best Valentine’s Day advertisements. In Case… Continue reading 15 Clever Valentine’s Day Ad Designs

Designing problems by designing solutions [Part 3]

[unable to retrieve full-text content] The case of autonomous vehicles. This is the last publication about the Master's research I’ve conducted when studying in 2018 a Hyper Island in Manchester. In the first two publications, I’ve respectively explained why autonomous vehicles onboard experience is likely to reinforce behaviours harmful to society and what design requirements… Continue reading Designing problems by designing solutions [Part 3]

15+ Top IT & Tech Software Company WordPress Themes

The number of companies selling technology-based products and services is constantly growing. Whether it’s information technology (IT) services or the next big mobile app, there is no shortage of options in the marketplace. In such a crowded space, a great website can literally mean the difference between a visitor turning into a… Continue reading 15+ Top IT & Tech Software Company WordPress Themes

Does Diversity in Photos Affect UX?

Inclusive web design is more than just building a website that’s accessible for impaired individuals. Inclusivity means creating an environment (physical or digital) that’s welcoming of all people regardless of their: Age; Race; Ethnicity; Gender; Sexual orientation; Socioeconomic status; Body shape; Physical or mental impairment; And so on… But let’s be honest: it’s not always… Continue reading Does Diversity in Photos Affect UX?

Best Practices For Optimizing Web Page Speed

A Moving Target The internet develops as computers develop: exponentially. If you don’t believe that, just use a search engine to explore “legacy” websites. One website still up since its inception is the Space Jam website; and it is extremely dated—but it’s also extremely fast. Part of exponential forward development in terms of technology is… Continue reading Best Practices For Optimizing Web Page Speed

How to Draw Anime Hair

What You’ll Be Creating Hair is a very complex subject to draw, because it’s like a substance that can take many shapes and forms. Because of this, manga artists have developed a special method of simplifying hair. In manga or anime, you draw hair as a mass or a cloth. This way it can be… Continue reading How to Draw Anime Hair

Tips and Trick to Improve Your JavaScript’s SEO

JavaScript usage can have a surprising impact on SEO. But how? As you probably know, basic web crawlers are pretty dumb. They just read through the text files associated with your domain, following links and trawling through your code. But they can’t really “see” the website: only the code that comprises it. As a result,… Continue reading Tips and Trick to Improve Your JavaScript’s SEO

Best E-Commerce Courses You Could Take Online

Probably, if you read this article, you have already decided to change your life completely and, probably, you are searching for the best online commerce classes online to start doing small steps to your dream direction! It doesn’t matter who you are: a university student or a marketing expert – we will try to give… Continue reading Best E-Commerce Courses You Could Take Online

TypeScript for Beginners, Part 2: Basic Data Types

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} After reading the introductory TypeScript tutorial, you should now be able to write your own TypeScript code in an IDE that supports it and then compile it to JavaScript. In this tutorial, you will learn about different kinds of data types available in TypeScript. JavaScript has seven… Continue reading TypeScript for Beginners, Part 2: Basic Data Types

Nurturing diversity at work and in your work

in·ten·tion·al·i·ty: the fact of being deliberate or purposive; the quality of mental states (e.g., thoughts, beliefs, desires, hopes) that consists in their being directed toward some object or state of affairs. Please. It’s 2017 and we still have this: (It’s a big ol’ gap between men’s earnings and women’s earnings across all occupations.) And this: (It’s… Continue reading Nurturing diversity at work and in your work

A Collection Of Useful Photoshop Typography Tutorials

Type art is popular at the moment for all sorts of reasons – and it’s a highly versatile skill to have. You can use illustrated lettering in projects ranging from posters to brochures – making it a great technique to add to your creative toolset. But beware: type art is so popular at the moment… Continue reading A Collection Of Useful Photoshop Typography Tutorials

Create a MEAN Stack Google Map App (Part I)

Introduction “MEAN Apps with Google Maps” (A tongue twister to be true). And yet, whether you’re building an application to visualize bike lanes in your city, designing a tool to chart oil wells across the globe, or are simply creating an app to help choose your next date — having access to interactive, data-rich maps… Continue reading Create a MEAN Stack Google Map App (Part I)

Making MEAN Apps with Google Maps (Part II)

Introduction Welcome back! Last time, we created an application that integrated Google Maps directly into the MEAN stack. The app provided us a panel to create users, tag their location based on latitude and longitude, and validate their whereabouts using HTML5 geolocation. As of this writing, over 150 users have added themselves to our demo… Continue reading Making MEAN Apps with Google Maps (Part II)

Static WordPress Conversion Tutorial

Help! That’s the first reaction you might have if you are trying to figure out your WordPress conversion tasks, right? Even if you are just a beginner and not really a web expert, you can definitely create a WordPress theme for as long as you know how WordPress works. If you’ve been using WordPress as… Continue reading Static WordPress Conversion Tutorial

Create a Stand-Out Portfolio Book in InDesign: Part Two – the Inside

In the second part of this two-part tutorial you’ll learn how to design the interior pages for an Illustration Portfolio book intended for print, in Adobe InDesign. We will create a number of different page layouts and explore how layout styles can showcase your work to its best potential. In this tutorial I will be… Continue reading Create a Stand-Out Portfolio Book in InDesign: Part Two – the Inside

Creating a WordPress Theme From Static HTML: Preparing the Markup – Part 1

Tutorial Details Software: WordPress Difficulty: Beginner Completion Time: 1 hour  Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4   Final Product What You’ll Be Creating Last year I did a small (and admittedly very un-scientific) survey among other WordPress developers. What I wanted to know was this: When they built their first WordPress theme, how did… Continue reading Creating a WordPress Theme From Static HTML: Preparing the Markup – Part 1

Examples of Mobile Design Pattern: Part 2

Introduction In the first article of this mini-series dedicated to Mobile Design Patterns, I gave a brief overview of what they are and the importance of their implementation in any well designed mobile application. Besides, I tried to show, through the study of one of the best known and most downloaded applications available in the… Continue reading Examples of Mobile Design Pattern: Part 2

30 Photoshop and Photography Tutorials to Get You Ready for Back-to-School

On iDevie, we are know that many of you reference our content in your studies. Lots of our readers are students in schools all over the world. Unfortunately, summer is coming to an end for many of you. That means it is time to start thinking about your studies again. In this article, we have… Continue reading 30 Photoshop and Photography Tutorials to Get You Ready for Back-to-School

Make HTML5 apps with Sencha, part one

When it comes to creating mobile apps there are a variety of issues to consider, including the plethora of devices, screen sizes and platforms to cater for, plus the number of skillsets needed to target all the major platforms. For example, Apple iOS uses Objective-C, Android uses Java and a bit of C and C++,… Continue reading Make HTML5 apps with Sencha, part one

Free and Premium Photoshop Tutorials for Graphic and Web Designers

School is not an option regarding this matter. Read Learn Web Design The Right Way: Quit College And Start Sucking Blood to learn more about this. Our Freelance Sergeant James Richman will explain everything about why you need to start sucking blood from now on and become a freelance web designer. Okay, continue reading to check out both… Continue reading Free and Premium Photoshop Tutorials for Graphic and Web Designers