Archive for October, 2011
Web development is an industry that’s in a state of constant flux with technologies and jargon changing and mutating in an endless cycle. Not to mention the sheer deluge of information one has to process everyday. In this series, published monthly, we’ll seek to rectify this by bringing you all the important news, announcements, releases and interesting discussions within the web development industry in a concise package. Join me after the jump! News and Releases All of the important news in a single place: releases, announcements, companies bickering, security issues and all related hoopla. The World Loses a Few Luminaries October, overall, was quite a...Read More
As you know, each month, we round up some of the best Photoshop-related content from around the web. This month, there were some excellent Photoshop tutorials and freebies to choose from so please take a moment to review our favorites from October 2011. Photoshop Tutorials Create a Light Textured Web Design in Photoshop This tutorial from Design Instruct will explain how to create a textured web design in Photoshop. Visit Tutorial Create a Glowing Superhero This tutorial from frequent Psdtuts author, Kervin Brisseaux will show how he created a glowing superhero illustration in Photoshop. Visit Tutorial Ctrl+Paint Unplugged: Introducing the Pencil This video tutorial from Ctrl+Paint will explain how...Read More
Creating convincing buildings that appear like text in a cityscape can be a challenging task. In today’s tutorial we will learn how to create building-shaped typography in Photoshop using photos that you have taken yourself. Let’s get started! Tutorial Assets You may download the photos that were used in this tutorial for free from the link above. Before You Begin It is most fun to use your own photos for this tutorial. Feel free to use the ones provided, but you will feel much more satisfied when you use your own. If you decide you use your own, there are some...Read More
Pаrt 2: www.youtube.com In thе second tutorial οn containers, wе take a look іntο thе specifics οf lists аnd vectors. More information οn hοw tο manipulate lists іѕ give, аnd hοw tο υѕе vector iterators. Thеn thе two containers аrе compared οn several scenarios ѕο thаt wе саn see thеіr strengths аnd weaknesses аnd gеt a surpass thουght οn whаt situations each type аrе meant fοr.
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Posted by JamieRealtime Google Analytics data inside a Google Doc—a panacea! Don't believe me? Check out that screenshot below. In this blog post I'll show how you can do this yourself, and I've created an easy template to help get you started. Google Analytics is my favorite analytics product. And it's only been getting better with the new interface, flow visualization, and multi-channel funnels. Google Analytics is still best game in town for the price (it's free)! But, despite all the flexibility that Google Analytics offers, sometimes you want to access data in a spreadsheet and create a truly...Read More