Archive for the ‘Tools’ category

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Editor’s Note: This post was written by Tom Braley, who worked as an advertising creative for nearly 20 years before making the switch to the technology sector. He now writes copy, blogs and marketing material for Thrive Software, creators of Solo, a beautifully designed project management tool for creative freelancers. You can follow him on Twitter: @Tom_ThriveSolo. The business […]

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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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