Most of us like to buy the coolest accessories for our smartphones or tablets. Some make our smartphones even smarter, others take gaming on tablets a step further. Then there are accessories to protect our smartphones and tablets. Basically, there are countless things you can buy for your favorite mobile … Continue reading »
What is the best part about being a freelancer and actually working? Getting paid of course. Money will not buy you happiness but they sure will bring a smile or at least some satisfaction. In this article we will be talking about financing for freelancers, how to price your services and how to properly manage your money.
Playing games is one of the ways to relax, to hone reaction time, critical thinking, improve our creativity and of course, to have fun. Brain teasers test us with a series of questions and puzzles to check where our problem-solving skills lie. Sometimes you need to think out of the … Continue reading »
We all procrastinate at some point in our career but most of us don’t realize that we have been doing it until someone points it out, or when we (finally) get in trouble for it. Procrastination, perhaps, has never been the direct cause of someone’s failure with a project but … Continue reading »
CSS3 Transition is one of the great additions in CSS3. It allows us to apply transitional changing effects to CSS rules. If you are already familiar with the syntax, you will see that we need to specify the timing function or the transition speed. There are four predefined timing functions … Continue reading »
When we think about speakers, we imagine huge, bulky, unsightly speakers. Now, what do you think of a speaker that is portable and yet an integrated sound system all the same? Three students from Stanford University have created and designed Tiptop speaker, a speaker that functions as a portable speaker … Continue reading »
As a freelancer, raising your rates after a certain point is essential not only to your growth as a creative business owner, but to the quality of clients you have access to. The cheaper you’re willing to work, the less interest you’ll attract from high profile clients. No top shelf client is going to want to work with someone who is cheap. Why? Because, to them, it means that you’re probably not very good.
[Windows only] If you own an iPhone and work mostly on Windows, you will find limitations and restrictions to managing your iPhone data via iTunes. You will probably need another app to manage your contacts, edit your calendar and yet another to backup your text messages. Should managing your iPhone … Continue reading »
It’s May. Happy Labour’s Day. And it’s time for another round of fresh resources for my fellow designers and developers. This month’s compilation include some fun plugins and tools, like one for constructing responsive website with GUI, one for creating disposable avatars, and one that allow you to write CSS … Continue reading »
Here’s a fun infographic designed in the style of an the old arcade game, Space Invaders, called Website Invaders. Heart Internet has put together an infographic that pits the security features we put into our PC with what we do with our data online. We revisit the importance of anti-virus … Continue reading »