Software

  • 20 Adobe Lightroom Tutorials for Novice Photographers

    Adobe Lightroom is one of the most popular photo editing and image manipulation tools. The tool is particularly a favorite among photographers as it offers all the they need to clean up and process images – turning a digital photo from a RAW image to the beautiful framed picture on your wall. Fotor – Free […]

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  • 5 Best Adobe Premiere Alternatives of 2017 (So Far)

    Adobe Premiere is a cool video editing software with all its interesting features. However, this subscription-based tool is also quite expensive, especially for individuals and small businesses. But why do you worry when there are so many other vidoe editing tools available out there. 15 Video Editing Apps For iOS Android Devices 15 Video Editing […]

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  • 20 Free Seamless Photoshop Patterns for Designers

    Even though minimalist websites are a popular trend right now, adding some subtle patterns as backgrounds is not a bad idea at all! Using textures and patterns can really make your web design unique. If you don’t want to over-do it and use realistic textures and patterns, these free seamless Photoshop patterns with gray, light […]

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  • 6 Subtle UI Changes in iOS 11

    With the unveiling of iOS 11, Apple continues to iterate on the existing user interface and push the envelope in terms of what can be achieved within a mobile operating system. As with many of the previous iOS versions, the changes tend to be minor but are consistently improving the design one small aspect at […]

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  • How to Find WiFi Passwords in Windows & MacOS

    You may come across a situation when you want to share your WiFi with a guest but you’ve forgotten the password and it’s only saved on your computer, or perhaps you’ve got a new device and want to connect it to all the WiFi networks that are saved on your computer. How to Retrieve Passwords […]

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  • 20 Brilliant Photoshop Video Tutorials to Improve Your Skills

    There are lots of Photoshop tutorials on the web, and most of them are created in a step-by-step manner. Usually, the instructions are pretty easy to follow and the techniques are easy to understand , but sometimes, if you are looking for a more complicated and complex effect, you may find that a step-by-step regular […]

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  • Convert Android Device Into a Fax Machine With These Two Tools

    Faxes have more or less been replaced by the email these days. While it is no longer the de facto method of sending important documents, a fax machine can still serve as a decent alternative to the email in times of needs. As such, we’ll be taking a look at two tools that can help […]

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  • 10 Free Must-Have Web Design Plugins For Adobe Photoshop

    Adobe is the world leader in design software. They offer everything from vector design to print work and with their release of Adobe XD, they now offer web prototyping . And while these programs do have a lot of features, they also leave room for more. That’s why I’m covering the best plugins for all […]

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  • Learn Sass, HTML & CSS for Free on MarkSheet

    Web development can be intimidating for a complete beginner. There are plenty of free articles and videos to help you learn but they all vary in quality and level of detail. That’s why MarkSheet is such a valuable resource. This remarkable website teaches HTML, CSS, and basic Sass from scratch, starting from the basics of […]

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  • Convert Song Links into Universal Links Playable by Anyone via Songwhip

    With multiple music streaming services available these days, it can be a bit of chore to link a particular song to your friends who may be on other music streaming services. However, service barriers may no longer be as big a nuisance as it appears that a service called Songwhip is looking to simplify the […]

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  • From Marketing Student to Startup Software Engineer: Matt Hamil’s Story

    Faye Bridgewrites on June 8, 2017 Matt Hamil was a full-time college student pursuing a career in online marketing when he was told to learn the basics of programming. As soon as he began learning, coding became a natural fit for Matt. He quickly began working coding into his everyday schedule in between classes and […]

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  • WWDC 2017 – Everything You Need to Know

    As expected from Apple, the WWDC 2017 keynote has introduced the world to a new batch of cool stuff from the company, ranging from hardware like the new iMac to software such as iOS 11. Seeing as there is quite a number of things to go through, I’ll being this article by looking at Apple’s […]

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  • How To Prototype IoT Experiences: Configuring The Software (Part 2)

    How To Prototype IoT Experiences: Configuring The Software (Part 2) By Svetlin Denkov April 18th, 2017 PrototypingUIUser Interaction 1 Comment In the first article1 of this series, we walked through how to put together the hardware board and all of its additional components into a single rig. I also gave you a glimpse of the […]

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  • Dropbox Redesigns the UI for Better UX

    Whenever you’re operative with teams as a web designer, chances are that you’re regulating Google Drive, Evernote, or Dropbox for any collaborations like record and picture sharing. Sharing services like these make it a string to work remotely with teams from anywhere on a planet. Dropbox accepted a context around record pity and a broader […]

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  • Learn to Build an Alexa Skill with Treehouse

    Andrew Chalkleywrites on April 5, 2017 Treehouse has teamed up with Amazon to teach developers and non-developers to build Alexa skills. The course, Build an Alexa Skill, has been released today! What is Alexa? Alexa is a voice service from Amazon that powers devices like the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot and Amazon Tap. Alexa can […]

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  • Photoshop Etiquette: A PS Workflow Guide for Designers

    Adobe Photoshop is a powerhouse program that can do photo editing, UI design, digital painting, and even vector work. It takes years to master all the keyboard shortcuts and workflows because there’s just so much to learn. Photoshop Etiquette is a free online guide that can help you find a productive workflow. Read Also: 20 […]

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  • PSDDD.co – Free Photoshop & Sketch.app UI Resources

    Our family of sites is growing! We just launched PSDDD.co, an extensive library of free user interface resources and templates for web, mobile and UX designers. You will find professionally designed web and mobile UI kits, wireframe and styleguide templates, mockup templates, and so much more. All for free! Browse Free UI Resources on PSDDD.co […]

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  • Best Adobe Lightroom presets for 2017

    Best Adobe Lightroom presets for 2017 If you are a Photographer who is familiar with Lightroom for developing your photos, then you will no doubt be aware of the power of presets. Presets are settings that when applied to your photos can give a whole range of different effects and styles and they can also […]

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  • Copy If You Can: Improving Your UI Design Skills With Copywork

    Copy If You Can: Improving Your UI Design Skills With Copywork By Erik Kennedy February 16th, 2017 InspirationTechniquesWorkflow 10 Comments There’s a technique for improving one’s user interface design skills that is the most efficient way I know of expanding one’s visual vocabulary but that I’ve rarely heard mentioned by digital designers. What’s going on […]

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  • Apple Users Beware: This Malware Uses MS Word to Infect macOS

    Macro-based attacks stemming from malicious Microsoft Word documents have existed for a while now as it is still considered one of the most effective ways to compromise a Windows machine. Now, it appears that this form of attack is making its way to the Mac as well. 10 Tools To Protect Computer From Infected USB […]

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