The following is a guest post by by Tobias Günther. Tobias works for Tower, the Git client for Mac and authored the new (free) book Learn Version Control with Git - A step-by-step guide for the complete beginner. Tobias is going to share a bit of information about a very uncomfortable moment when using Git: the merge conflict.
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Backend frameworks are the quickest and safest method to launch a new project online. Developers all over the world contribute to various CMS projects to ensure bugs are fixed and new features upgrade smoothly. But when this is all new to someone it can be very confusing, or even off-putting because there’s so much to […]
If you want to be a true professional, you will encounter this issue. Those who want to be designers wonder if it is necessary to learn how to write code as well. Sites are becoming more complicated and the simple knowledge of CSS & HTML is what good designers need to be able to keep […]
Very helpful article. Thanks. Serkan
Your landing page is vitally important; the most impressive graphics, design and offer cannot overcome the deterrent effect of poor written content. A poorly written landing page means that you will fail to convert visitors into customers and your sales figures will suffer accordingly. Writing an effective landing page is rather different to writing a […]
A distributed/remote design team has many advantages over its traditional counterpart. Learn how to make a remote team setup work for you.
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WordPress, which humbly started as a blogging platform, has now transformed into a full-fledged and a very popular CMS. With WordPress, you can build (almost) any kind of website, from a portfolio to an e-Commerce website. But what if you only concern about blogging, and you do not need jam-packed ... Continue reading »
The classic illustration style used on money is something I’ve always wanted to figure out how to replicate in Photoshop. There’s plenty of Photoshop tutorials that show how to create a basic halftone line effect, but they never quite capture that authentic engraved look with plenty of shading and tone. After lots of trial and […]
If you read many publications about design and freelancing you have probably noticed there can be a lot of doom and gloom in regards to the current state of the design industry. I hear quite a lot of hopeless chatter about how the internet age and the advent of affordable computers and software have letKeep reading
In this round up, we have put together 45 new Adobe Illustrator tutorials for you. Adobe Illustrator is a powerful tool for the designers, and web based tutorials are the great way to learn using this powerful tool. If you are interested to learn new techniques and want to use Illustrator like a pro then have a look at this collection and follow these tutorials.
If you’ve ever experienced the “joy” of moving* (especially if you’ve accumulated furniture), you know that not only are you learning the ropes in a new community personally, but as a business, nobody knows you. Nobody knows that you volunteered 200+ hours per year in your previous community. Nobody knows you would love to designKeep reading