Email forms take on many different shapes and sizes. Sure, there’s the classic “contact form” you’ll find on just about every website, but sometimes you need something more robust—or maybe you should be using something more advanced in the first place?
Struggling to decide whether you should be recording in 30 or 60 frames per second (fps)? There are a few things to consider. Footage size, camera quality, post production skills and facilities and what downgrading the FPS of your footage will look like are all factors to take into account.
There was a phase recently where the trend was to trade in your Filofax for Google Calendar, your business card for a LinkedIn invite, and post-it notes for Pinterest boards or Stickies. These new inventions have their purposes, but for some, stationery never quite went out of style.
Tuts+ offers a number of super short courses so you can learn a new skill in the time it takes to enjoy a coffee. In less than 15 minutes you can learn how to use new Photoshop tools, create an archive page, or add widgets to your site.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create interesting yet not very complex animation of a house in cinema 4D. I’ll use a number of different effectors and deformers to achieve this look.
Working is Microsoft Excel often means managing multiple spreadsheets in your workbook. You can add more sheets as a way to keep data separated and cleanly presented. In this tutorial, we’ll also look at how to hide and delete Excel sheets as needed.
Most of your Word documents are likely set in standard, drab Times New Roman or Calibri typography, perhaps with the occasional cheesy Word Art thrown in for variety. Yet Word actually includes a number of text effect tools that give you everything you need to make beautiful art from your words.
Mobile users have come to expect the UI consistency and performance that can only come from native apps. Building a feature-rich iOS app with an elegant user interface can be challenging, though. Fortunately, by using an app template, you can save substantial amounts of time and effort.
In the last four tutorials, you have learned a great deal about Chart.js. After reading the first four tutorials, you should now be able to customize the tooltips and labels, change the fonts, and create different chart types. One aspect of Chart.js that has not been yet covered in this series is scales.
In this final part of the tutorial series, we’ll build on the first tutorial and learn about implementing pickups, triggers, level swapping, path finding, path following, level scrolling, isometric height, and isometric projectiles.
Whether you’re launching your own adventure blog, or just looking for a new mountain-inspired logo for your business, the outdoorsy aesthetic has made an impact both on and off the web. Think mountains, vintage National Park-inspired logos, campfires, and autumn leaves.