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  • Design & Illustration
    Create a Funny Surreal Underground Scene With Adobe PhotoshopSkull thumb
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    In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a funny surreal scene using a variety of photo manipulation techniques. As part of this tutorial, you'll learn how to manage your layers, work with groups, and focus on the correct details.Read More…
  • Web Design
    Everything You Need to Know About Google Search ConsoleSearch
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    One of the first things you should do after launching a website is create a Google Search Console account. Why? Because it helps you understand how Google crawls, analyses and indexes your website. It’s a great tool to help you discover problems which might hurt your rankings or user experience.Read More…
  • Code
    A Walkthrough on Conditional Tags in WordPress: 14 to 26Conditional tags featured image
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    In this series, we're going through one of the fundamental features of WordPress: Conditional Tags. In this third part, we'll continue introducing and reviewing the Conditional Tags.Read More…
  • Photo & Video
    12 IFTTT Recipes for Photographers: Save and Send Your Instagram Photos EverywhereIfttt instagram everywhere
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    Streamline your social media presence by using IFTTT and make more time for taking photos. Read More…
  • Code
    E-mail List Alternatives With PHP: Using Mailgun's List APIPreview
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    Mailgun's List API provides an economical, scalable option for managing your own mailing lists.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Quick Tip: Expanding on the Style Inspired Double Exposure EffectPreviewimage
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    Taylor Swift's video for her hit single, Style, is dripping with cool, artistic, stylistic effects. Most of them are based around the idea of double exposures. These same effects can be accomplished in Photoshop using images of your own! In this Quick Tip we explore that idea and replicate two of the double exposure effects from the video.Read More…