• Black-White Pencil Illustrations by Mall Licudine

    I’m Paulo Gabriel, a Publicist by degree and Designer by passion with a taste for the meaningful and emotional. Here at Abduzeedo, I always try to bring you only amazing content, things that mean something for me and for those around me. For my latest content follow me on Twitter: @paulogabriel. 😉

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  • How to use HTML5 audio (part 2)

    This is part two of the HTML5 audio introduction video; if you haven’t watched it already, I recommend checking out part one to get up to speed! Today, we’ll be working on our HTML5 audio player and adding some exciting functionality to really bring our HTML5 player to life. We’ll be using a method involving […]

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  • 10 Must-Have Free Photoshop Actions

    Photoshop actions are incredible time-savers for graphic designers, and the best actions yield incredible visual effects and increased productivity. Photoshop actions are the magic toolkits of the graphic design and photo editing industries, allowing graphic designers and photographers to apply amazing effects in no time. And because the graphic design community is so generous, you […]

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  • Quick Guide on How to Earn Passive Income by Writing Tutorials

    Tweet Pin It  1 The freelancing lifestyle is defined by one word, uncertainty! As a freelance designer or developer you are building a company as a service provider, and that means you’ll experience times when no income is coming from your service. You aren’t going to have steady client work all the time. So how […]

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  • What I Learned at Creative South

    This past weekend, fellow Treehouser Matt Helme and I had the privilege of speaking at Creative South in Columbus, GA. It was a great conference built around design and illustration that boasted the likes of Aaron Draplin, James White, Rogie King and more. Every time I speak or attend one of these great events I […]

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  • 5 Great Tools for Finding Color Inspiration

    Published in Design There are so many great resources available to designers that help inspire and improve efficiency, but often, color inspiration and color search abilities are overlooked in web design resources. After all, it’s often just important to find an image, gradient, or palette as it is to find one with the right subject. […]

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  • How to fully leverage Linkedin for B2B Lead Generation

    There is a virtual tradeshow for businesses continuously presenting opportunities to network. LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with over 200 million users. The LinkedIn professional platform allows users to make new connections, stay up to date on relevant industry news, and is one of the most promising social mediums for B2B companies. In […]

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  • How to Search By Category in WordPress

    Categories allow website owners to sort their content while making it easier for their users to browse the site. At WPBeginner we use different categories to sort content on our site. For example, when a user arrives on our site, they can go directly to the beginners guide section or WordPress tutorials. Doing so they […]

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  • The Science of Buttons: How to Get People to Click

    “The button”- the online heart of every campaign and landing page and the final gateway to lead generation. A call to action button plays a central role in convincing visitors to take the next step and connect with us. The action we desire them to take can be anything from signing up to a mailing […]

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  • CSS3 Animated Image Slideshows with Flux Slider

    There are so many JavaScript image slideshow plugins out on the Internet, it can be difficult pinpointing what you need. Developers who are not looking to start from scratch often search the web targeting the perfect solution. And although each technique has its drawbacks, the wide assortment of choices will offer plenty of rewards and […]

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  • The Future Is Now: GinWiz Mobilizes Your Website [Review]

    By Dieter Petereit Posted in Mobile Web 0 comments We all know it. Mobile is the future. There are studies all over the place that tell you there are more smartphones than toilets out there, more smartphones than humans even (well, not yet). Android phones are registered at a whopping pace of 1.5 million devices […]

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  • Check out Brackets Sprint 24

    Check out Brackets Sprint 24 I don’t normally do a blog post for new Brackets releases, but I wanted to specifically call out the most recent release, Sprint 24. From the web site, this release includes:   New Quick View: Use your mouse to hover over color, gradient and image values for an in-editor preview. […]

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  • 10 Early Technologies That Shaped Our Digital World Today

    Have you ever reminisced about the technology you used as a child or teenager? It’s amazing how excited we were back then when using electronics like the Nintendo game console or a mobile phone the size of a toolbox. While we may make a fuss over receiving a delayed email or having a dropped call, […]

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  • 2013 Color Trends on the Web

    Just like every other element of web design, color palettes follow fads that are constantly evolving. This year’s color trends are as diverse as they are compelling; brights and neons combine with greyscale to add some zing to clean, modern styles, while pastel palettes lend a softness to playful, cartoony designs. And from one end […]

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  • 10 Awesome Parallax Scrolling Website Designs

    We’ve talked a lot about parallax scrolling websites as this trend is getting more and more popular each day. Parallax works by having the layers of images in the background images move in a slower pace than the ones in the foreground, resulting nice 3D effects. As a web designer you mustn’t ignore it and start […]

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  • Magic Numbers and Progressive Enhancement

    Chris Coyier explains Magic Numbers: Magic numbers in CSS refer to values which “work” under some circumstances but are frail and prone to break when those circumstances change. They are usually always related to fonts. Many good examples in that post, and in the comments, but the one that stood out for me was Chris’ […]

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  • Create Detailed Tulips With Gradient Mesh, Without the Mesh Tool in Illustrator

    We’re celebrating spring in this tutorial! Here you will learn how to draw beautiful tulips in a vase. We’ll start with a 3D base and then go on to create tulips with Gradient Meshes without the Mesh Tool, all in Adobe Illustrator. So let’s take a closer look.   1. Open a New Document First, […]

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