Archive | March, 2017

Google Unveils New Home for Open Source

Google Unveils New Home for Open Source

On the back of Google’s successful open-source projects such as Kubernetes and TensorFlow, it’s no surprise to hear that the Mountain View, California-based company is taking another step into open source. This time, it’s launching an all-new website dedicated to showcasing all of Google’s open-source projects in one handy URL. Google’s Open Source site is […]

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Best of the Design Web: March 2017

Welcome back to Best of the Design Web, where we feature some of the best design tutorials of this past month! Tackle new and exciting projects from across the web, and let us know your favorites in the comments! 10 Amazing Tutorials From Across the Web How to Create a Cartoon Style Vector Burger in […]

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How to Succeed With Design Thinking

How to Succeed With Design Thinking

Design thinking is the idea that we can solve problems by practicing human-centered design—putting people at the centre of the problem solving process. Core to the idea of design thinking is that we focus on an overall goal, rather than say a specific problem to solve. While it can help us solve some of the […]

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How to Draw Scales

What You’ll Be Creating Snakes, lizards, crocodiles, alligators, and… dragons, they all have one thing in common—they’re covered with a natural armor. There are many types of scales, but they all follow a special pattern that makes them so strong and protective. Once you learn how to create such a pattern, you’ll be able to […]

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Designing with extreme prejudice

Designing with extreme prejudice

It’s a controversial third rail topic most people acknowledge, but do their best to avoid talking about: classism dominates our lives. Most people mistakenly believe class is simply about how much money you make. There’s actually two completely separate ingredients at play here. Economic class. The amount of money you bring in and how you […]

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15 Psychology Hacks that Boost UX

15 Psychology Hacks that Boost UX

There loads of things that subconsciously sway our decision making everyday, subtle psychological influences working away in the background. Psychology affects your users’ experience. It has an unavoidable knock on effect on your conversion rates. It’s definitely time to upgrade your toolkit so you too can boost conversions on your landing page… Let’s go! 1. […]

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How to Sell Games on the Web

How to Sell Games on the Web

The first step to getting famous as a video game studio is to make a great game. The second step is to sell the darned thing to a whole lot of people. That is, of course, easier said than done. It’s not enough to throw the game on Steam Greenlight and hope for the best. […]

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