30 Shares Negative space logos are logos that create cleverly with white space or background color and make a new logo or artwork. Its’s called “Negative space“. It’s not just an artistic effect it’s purely designers creativity that can make your brand unique and multi-concept. In this logo design gallery I gathered beautifully designed negative… Continue reading 40+ Most Clever Negative Space Logo Designs
In this article, we’re going to discuss the basics of constructors in PHP. You’ll learn the purpose of PHP constructors and how to use them. What Is a Constructor? Here’s the official definition: Constructors are ordinary methods which are called during the instantiation of their corresponding object. As such, they may define an arbitrary number… Continue reading Understanding PHP Constructors
Icons are fantastic additions to websites, mobile apps, and so much more! So if you’ve ever wondered how to make icons, now you can explore dozens of amazing tutorials from this list. Check out this huge selection of 50 icon tutorials from us and around the web. Icon Tutorials From Envato Tuts+ Ready to kick-start… Continue reading 50 Awesome Icon Tutorials
In this article, we’re going to explore the basics of object-oriented programming in PHP. We’ll start with an introduction to classes and objects, and we’ll discuss a couple of advanced concepts like inheritance and polymorphism in the latter half of this article. What Is Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)? Object-oriented programming, commonly referred to as OOP, is… Continue reading Object-Oriented PHP With Classes and Objects
The RecyclerView widget is an integral part of most Android applications today. Ever since it was added to the Android support library in late 2014, it has eclipsed the ListView widget as the most preferred widget for displaying large, complex lists. However, there’s one important feature missing in it: support for selecting and tracking list items. RecyclerView… Continue reading How to Add Multiple Selection to Android RecyclerView
You show a prospective client your portfolio. They like it, hire you and the project starts. You deliver sketches and then, after everything is approved, the finished design. The client then informs you the solution didn’t meet his/her “vision” and refuses all offers to adjust the work to meet his/her vision. Final payment and further… Continue reading Design Dilemma: Are You the Right Person for the Right Job?