5 Tips to an Aspiring Portrait Photographer: How to Become a Professional

Are you passionate about portrait photography and would like to create masterpieces like Annie Leibowitz? Do you think that something is still missing from your shots to make them truly stunning? Mastering portrait photography might be not as difficult as you think it is, just follow our simple advice. Learn Your Subject The most important… Continue reading 5 Tips to an Aspiring Portrait Photographer: How to Become a Professional

How to Use WordPress

If you’ve just set up your first WordPress website, or you’re thinking of doing so, you might be wondering just how you use WordPress. How can you create a website with WordPress? How do you get your site looking the way you want it to? How do you add content and extra features? In this… Continue reading How to Use WordPress

5 Tips for Controlling Focus

You’re going to have build your site in such a way that the eye is naturally drawn from one step to the next. My sister used to accomplish controlling my focus by sternly, but calmly, telling me to “Get back to your schoolwork” anywhere from fifteen to forty times in a single day. But your… Continue reading 5 Tips for Controlling Focus

How to Add the Stellar Video Player to Your WordPress Site

There’s no denying that, given a choice, most Internet users today would prefer to watch a short video rather than read a few paragraphs of text. Therefore, one of the best ways to quickly increase your WordPress site’s traffic and click-through rates is to add video content to it. To display such content, you will,… Continue reading How to Add the Stellar Video Player to Your WordPress Site

20 Fresh Multipurpose Responsive HTML5 Templates

Modern clean and professional Responsive HTML5 Templates for any king of websites. The web templates and themes are cross browser compatible, retina ready, fully responsive HTML5 /CSS3 templates with support that features a clean and unique design that is multi-purpose templates which is suitable for a wide variety of websites like Business Purpose etc.  Responsive templates are perfect for landing… Continue reading 20 Fresh Multipurpose Responsive HTML5 Templates

The Easiest Way To Add Input Masks To Your Forms

Input masks make it much easier for users to figure out the required format for filling out emails, phone numbers, credit cards and other data. Adding masks to your form inputs makes them so much better and its super easy to do, especially when using a JS library. In this article we’ve prepared for you… Continue reading The Easiest Way To Add Input Masks To Your Forms

Amazingly Negative Space Used in Graphic Designing

Negative space in graphics its an artistic effect. The term “negative space” has been used to describe space where there’s no color or graphics. Designers and artists are wisely used Negative Space in there art and design. Such as if you want to add a second element to your logo, or to add a symbol to the… Continue reading Amazingly Negative Space Used in Graphic Designing

No one designs like you

We’re imposters, you and I. But that designer you look up to. The one you feel knows something you don’t about design. About craft. About success. About leadership. Why don’t we think they’re imposters? That they have it all figured out? And why, for many of us, does achieving their level of mastery seem almost… Continue reading No one designs like you

Freebie: 3 Amazing Bootstrap 4 Gallery Templates

In this article we share with you 3 amazing Bootstrap 4 image gallery templates with awesome hover effects. Just like all our freebies, these templates are completely free to use, fully responsive and very easy to integrate- just copy and paste. The Templates The templates are built with the Bootstrap 4 grid component. The HTML… Continue reading Freebie: 3 Amazing Bootstrap 4 Gallery Templates

Inclusive Design Mindset

At the end of a 72-hour race to complete the Student Design Challenge (SDC) hosted by Microsoft at IxDA this year, I was prompted to think about how my experience could not only benefit future designers, but also public school teachers. The challenge was to design an interactive way to teach rhythm to a student… Continue reading Inclusive Design Mindset

Bill Nye the UX Guy

Photo by chuttersnap It was a cold Thursday evening in February and I was less than stoked to be sitting in an 8th grade classroom at St. Catherine’s listening to Deacon Colin’s dry jokes and speech outlining the importance of this marriage preparation course. Trying to look engaged and interested in the conversation at hand,… Continue reading Bill Nye the UX Guy

50 Best Logos Of 2017

The list of best logo designs of 2017, creative collection of top logos of 2017, based on logo concept, story board, ideas behind logo and design. We believe that effectiveness should be based on how quickly the idea spreads and how much people want to spend time with the brand. In essence – a good idea should be… Continue reading 50 Best Logos Of 2017

What designers can learn from the iPhone X

I’ve been playing around with the iPhone X for a couple of days now. The one thing that surprises me the most is how different it is from all the previous models. It’s the most radical deviation from the original iPhone, and yet — or perhaps precisely because of it — the best update so far. With it’s high… Continue reading What designers can learn from the iPhone X

Notification overload and coping with dark design patterns.

Design in 2017. Here’s how most of ours days start. We wake up swearing because we need another 2 hours sleep, turn off the alarm and check our phone. When we swipe down the notifications drawer, we see tonnes of work emails, Instagram and Facebook notifications, Slack messages and calendar invites. Even Medium notifies me of… Continue reading Notification overload and coping with dark design patterns.

Sketch Gists — Useful snippets for plugin development

Last week I was developing an internal tool to create a design workflow for my workplace. The process involved creating a style guide for a new project by setting up the branding colours, typefaces, shadows and scrim. All went well until it was required to convert the text layers into symbols so as to generalise… Continue reading Sketch Gists — Useful snippets for plugin development

Diversity is Punk Rock

I used to think “diversity” meant the need for the representation of a particular set of perspectives or cultures, i.e., “there are lot of men in this room, therefore we need women.” This idea prevented me from participating in the discourse in the past because I’ve never felt like I identify with any single community.… Continue reading Diversity is Punk Rock

15 Brand Building Tips for Designers

Project such as designs for the designer are an extremely appreciated services or deals to have for businesses. Your very designer brand and on Demonstration of it, to the very clients you anticipate respect for the same as well. What you do really is something that worth a lot. Worth yourself in the sense that,… Continue reading 15 Brand Building Tips for Designers

A Beginners Guide To Making Yourself Artificially Intelligent • (It’s A Lot Easier Than You Think)

If you are helping somebody, you are awaking somebody. A High-Level Overview Of The Design This is an awesome chance to begin to think about what you wear everyday. Sitting down, and analyzing what you like to wear allows you to refractor your personal source code that is written via the Python Script inside you. Let’s… Continue reading A Beginners Guide To Making Yourself Artificially Intelligent • (It’s A Lot Easier Than You Think)

Rapid, Interactive Prototyping With Xcode Playgrounds

What You’ll Be Creating Introduction Since their introduction in Xcode 6 alongside Swift, to their current iteration in Xcode 7.3.1, playgrounds have come a long way. With new features and better stability, they are evolving into a viable tool for rapid prototyping or quickly hacking together a proof of concept. As a developer, sometimes you have… Continue reading Rapid, Interactive Prototyping With Xcode Playgrounds

SpriteKit From Scratch: Constraints and Actions

Introduction In this tutorial, the second installment of the SpriteKit From Scratch series, you learn about constraints and actions. These features are used to easily add movement and animations to your SpriteKit game while limiting the position and orientation of nodes in the game. To follow along with me, you can either use the project… Continue reading SpriteKit From Scratch: Constraints and Actions

iOS 9: Additions to SceneKit

Introduction SceneKit is a high-level 3D graphics API that has been available in OS X since version 10.8 (Mountain Lion) and was introduced on iOS with the release of iOS 8. In this tutorial, I show you the major improvements and new capabilities the framework has gained with the release of iOS 9 and OS… Continue reading iOS 9: Additions to SceneKit

How to Create Custom View Controller Transitions and Animations

Introduction UIKit is a very powerful framework and provides various ways to transition between view controllers. Some of the animations provided by UIKit include horizontal sliding (via a push segue), vertical sliding, cross fade, and page curl. Sometimes, however, you need to have a custom transition between view controllers to create a compelling design or… Continue reading How to Create Custom View Controller Transitions and Animations