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Finally, a laptop developers can work on revealed at CES

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On January 5, 2017
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Razer, a company not to be confused with the early Motorola RAZR cell phones that early-2000s teens had to get their hands on, has announced a new laptop at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. What’s having techies go crazy for the laptop nicknamed Project Valerie is a special feature. With the press of a […]
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Top 6 Sketch Plug-Ins For Mobile UX UI Designers

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On July 11, 2016
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  • best, content generator, craft, design, extensions, graphic design, jdate, jswipe, mac, magic mirror, marquee, mobile app, plugins, resources, save with frames, sketch, software, UI, UX
As you probably know, Sketch is quickly becoming the standard UI design application for Mac users. It is a good framework that combines features that you would find from Adobe’s Creative Suite, but specifically tailored to UX/UI design. Sketch’s stock software is like a new car, but after a certain point, you want to make […]
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How Smartwatches Make Life More Clutch

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On April 27, 2016
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  • android wear, apple watch, clutch, dj khaled, google, google maps, huawei, internet of things, IoT, remote shutter, smartwatch, vsco, wearables
Aside from Kobe Bryant in his prime, “clutch” can be defined as the ability to perform under pressure. In other words, it is when something can come through when needed most. The advancement of technology has required less effort to do tasks like navigating and scheduling appointments. Before the technology age, people used paper maps […]
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10 Best Mobile Development Tools for App Design without Coding

  • Posted by Fabianne Rico
  • On January 26, 2016
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  • app, collaboration, communication, design, development, how to design apps, icon, making a mobile app, mobile, mobile development, prototype, team, UI, ui ux, usability, UX, web, wireframing
There are many steps involved in designing an app beyond the visual aspect. Other steps include wireframing and prototyping, but many who are not well-acquainted with the process may feel overwhelmed. Whether you’re an expert or an amateur in design, this list will provide you with the resources needed to start on the prototype for […]
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Get in the creative zone

  • Posted by admin
  • On January 21, 2015
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Have you ever worked on a project and felt like you were flying a thousand miles an hour? You destroyed every obstacle, solved every problem, then realized a whole day had gone by. You were lost in your work. You were in a flow state, also known as “the zone.” How do I get in […]
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