As a professional photographer, Tim Kemple believes it’s his job to capture situations and perspectives that few people would ever see, let alone be able to capture themselves. “In my mind, the best photographs happen in environments and locations where other people would normally want to be inside by a fireplace, or in a warm [...]
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In this post, we’re going to look at how we can create a angled edge effect (horizontally) on a web page. Basically, it looks something like this: Having a slightly angled edge should make our web layout look less rigid and dull. To do this trick, we will
Last week I was talking about avoiding working all day and night. But Erik actually added a valid point to it: For you as an employee, it’s not always easy to turn off devices and just not respond to requests of your manager. And many companies still have the thinking of “we pay you salary, so we pretty much own you”. This is not true and we all need to educate people, including our managers, to respect that. Because work without joy is not efficient work. And we need some down
If you’ve seen Instagram’s logo and you see how many people all over the world have been hooked, you would probably think that it’s all because of how the app revolutionized the photo-sharing industry. And you know what, up to some point, that’s actually true. But when you think about it, a huge part of Instagram’s success would also be because of how the app was presented to the world. The packaging. The branding. And with that, ladies and gentlemen, comes its now-
Let’s do a mental experiment together. Imagine that you want to design a product or a website for a client and you are at the beginning of the process. What is on your mind? Do you try to figure out what the client likes, immerse in your own
A Proposal is the last step made, before transitioning a prospect into a client. This is the critical step that will either, motivate the client to say “I have to work with you!” or “We’re going to explore other options.” Of course, you probably run into prospects that don’t respond at all or tell you, […]
Here we have come up with some detailed tutorials on creating buttons and badges. All these tutorials are easy to follow and provide complete and detailed instruction on how to create beautiful and amazing buttons and badges for your designs. Creative and unique buttons and badges help...
I love creating mood and a dramatic atmosphere with my lighting. I predominately shoot fashion portraits and as well as the position of my lighting, I find adding gels can give a great creative edge to my images. This use of colored gels can produce a multitude of different effects from deep bold color to a more [...]
First up, I decreased the space between the “M” and the “e”. You can do this by selecting the Type Tool (T) and placing the cursor between the letters. Then hold the Option key on the keyboard and use the arrow keys to move the letters left or right. I also tilted the entire word a bit using the Rotate Tool (R). Then I expanded the type by clicking Object | Expand. This will allow us to edit the type as shapes instead of text.
It seems that with the rise of phone and mirrorless, DSLRs are dying, or with eve of DSLRs comes a new dawn of mirrorless cameras. But many still argue that Mirrorless is not there yet. To all those advocates, commercial photographer and educator Ming Thein has some ideas on where mirrorless should be going to [...]
The Sin City movies are modern masterpieces that reimagine the film noir genre from the 40s and 50s. They use black and white imagery with low key lighting to creating striking pictures with high contrast between light and shadow. In today’s tutorial I’ll show you some techniques to transform your static photographs into a Sin […]
Many years ago as a newly qualified civil engineer I went to my first proper site knowing everything!! My new boss was much cleverer. I spent 6 months as a chainman helping a proper engineer, I walked miles carrying a huge wooden tripod and a bloody great wooden box containing a theodolite; I really hated [...]
Somehow, we’ve come to accept the notion that digital technology is the answer to all of life’s problems. That conclusion has resulted in more and more app ideas, which are uploaded to the web, and to stores, everyday. But there are dozens of options for consumers, which makes it difficult for potential customers to find your product. […]
Our post about “How to build a hotel website using WordPress” was released last month and today I will put again the concentration on this kind of topic on how to build a WordPress restaurant website. Despite that restaurant and hotel share plenty of similar characteristics, restaurant still has its own special features which need to be including in a website. So let’s dig deep down and see what can we do. List of features : Table booking List of dishes (men
Allowing clients to manage their websites in their native languages is an important aspect of accessibility. If you develop a WordPress site that may have users from non-English speaking countries, it can be necessary to translate the theme. Localizing the theme doesn’t mean you translate the content on