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Archive for September, 2010

iOS SDK: Working With UINavigationController

Thіѕ tutorial wіll teach уου hοw tο implement a UINavigationController object іn уουr projects. Bу using thіѕ class, уου wіll see hοw simple іt іѕ tο provide уουr users wіth аn intuitive way tο navigate multiple screens οf content. Enough talk, lеt’s jump іn!

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Use Color-Logic Plug-ins to Create a Metallic Magazine Cover – Psd Premium Tutorial

Today, we have another Psd Premium tutorial exclusively available to Premium members. If you want to take your layout and production skills to the next level, then we have an awesome tutorial for you. Learn more after the jump! This Premium Tutorial is Filled with Creative Tips In this two-part tutorial (see Part 2 on Vectortuts now) author Mark Mayers will show how to create a magazine cover with maximum shelf appeal. This tutorial is a little special – because it’s the first one to demonstrate fully how to incorporate the Color-Logic metallic set of plug-ins into your everyday workflow. Color-Logic...

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How to Turn Google Analytics Into Your Own Rank Tracker using Custom Variables

Posted by MikeCPToday I want to talk about tracking organic ranking in Google Analytics. Previously, we were able to determine the page from which a Google organic click was coming from (detailed on the Distilled blog by Will Critchlow). This was nice because we could append this to the end of our keywords in Google Analytics for some interesting data (André Scholten's post at Yoast.com has a step by step) as seen below. Image courtesy of Yoast.com This solution provides limited utility, and if you're like me, you implemented it, maybe checked it out once in a while, but never really turned...

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Create A Realistic Loaf of Bread in Photoshop

September 29, 2010  |  Photoshop  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

A while back I saw a still life photo of a loaf of bread sitting on a table. That photo inspired me to attempt to recreate this still life photo using Photoshop. In today’s tutorial, I will demonstrate how to create a realistic looking loaf of bread in Photoshop. Let’s get started! Step 1 Begin by creating a 1000 x 550 px document. Create a new group called “BG”. Inside this new group, create a new layer called “Tile BG” and fill with a medium brown color. Step 2 Set your Background Color to white and add the Tiles filter (Filter > Stylize >...

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So You Call Yourself an Analyst? Part 2: Analysis Redefined

September 29, 2010  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by JoannaLordWell here we go, you ready to jump into analytics, part deux? Just a heads, up this is the second post of a three post series. The first post, "So You Call Yourself an Analyst, Part 1: Asking the Right Questions, walked through ways in which you could reevaluate the questions steering your analytical efforts.The tough love truth is that most marketers are not analyzing the right data. We have so many tools to help us "analyze," that most of us are sitting in front of our dual monitor set-ups, staring at reports, excel grids, and pivot tables...

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