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  • Design & Illustration
    Create a Plastic Balls Text Effect in Adobe IllustratorPlasticballspreview
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    In the following steps you will learn how to create a colorful plastic balls text effect in Adobe Illustrator. Read More…
  • Web Design
    Creating a Future-Proof Responsive Email Without Media QueriesThumb3
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    Using this ‘fluid hybrid’ method you can build an HTML email with lots of different layouts that doesn't rely on media queries to look great on mobile devices.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    How to Review, Edit, and Export Video with Adobe LightroomThumbnail video lr
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    Adobe's flagship image editor for photographers has some video power too. Learn how to use it in this tutorial.Read More…
  • Code
    Automating User Interface Testing on AndroidPictes
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    Android's Testing Support library includes the UI Automator framework, which can be used to perform automated black-box testing on Android apps. Introduced in API Level 18, the framework allows developers to simulate user actions on the widgets that constitute an app's user interface. In this tutorial, you will learn how to test the user interface of any app installed on an Android device using the UI Automator testing framework.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Use Ink Liners to Create a Skull and Roses DrawingPreview
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    In today's tutorial I'm going to show you how to create a skull with a flower crown using ink liners. Drawing with liners is similar to drawing with ink and nib, but there are some important differences, such as the impossibility of thickening the liner's line using more pressure as you can with a nib. However, one considerable advantage of using liners is their convenience.Read More…
  • Web Design
    Sticky Positioning with Nothing but CSSSticky
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    Sticking elements, when the user scrolls to a certain point, has become a common pattern in modern web design. This behaviour has been proposed (and drafted) as a new standard (the sticky position), allowing us to achieve the effect with pure CSS. Let’s take a look at how it works!Read More…