Archive for the ‘Tools’ category

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Editor’s Note: This post was written by Egle Karalyte, strategist and designpreneur.  Together with her team, Egle is creating a design briefing tool for designers – My Visual Brief, with a mission to help designers communicate more effectively with their clients. She has also founded a strategic design agency InfinVision in Paris, France and has been […]

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The What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) trend that started in the early years of web design software proliferation truly offered a liberating experience for every “Joe” who dreamed of becoming a web designer. Enabling participating in a revolution of web technology by professionals and those who simply wanted a presence and today […]

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Editor’s Note: This post was written by Shah, who writes about web design & development. If you want know about more useful tools for web design or more tips & ideas for web development, designermag.org is the place for you to see what has been shared for design, creativity & inspiration hungry audience. You can join Shah at Google+. […]

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Digital creatives are known for delving into new topics of interest. Personally I love entertainment media, especially related to film or animation. Adobe Premiere Pro is a top-tier video suite which can help directors and other film editors put together finished pieces. But when you don’t know anything about the software it’s very confusing and […]

26 Open Source JavaScript Libraries & Frameworks

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As a longtime JavaScript developer there are still dozens of libraries I have never touched before. Many concepts are out in the wild that I can’t even wrap my head around! Prototypical JS templating is one, and full MVC control is another. But these libraries are seriously powerful and beneficial to those who understand them. […]

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Everyone who is connected with web design or photography in any kind should learn Photoshop as one of the most powerful and universal tools for post-processing. There is always a room to improve your skills, so the best way to take you to the next level with Photoshop is practice. By trial and error you […]

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