Powerpoint. Five Amazing Color Palette Generators - ReadWriteWeb. Do you need to pick out a new color scheme, but don't know where to begin?
If you're designing a web site or blog theme, finding just the right color palette is nearly as important as writing good code, but it can be a challenge for those of us who don't have any innate design skills. When looking for inspiration today, it's easy to become overwhelmed with the number of choices available for generating color schemes, but here are five apps we find truly inspiring. Finding Inspiration When you're looking for color schemes, a quick Google search will lead you to a number of resources - in fact, there are so many it's almost too much. The problem with a lot of the apps you find today is that they are simply tools to provide you with the numbers of the web colors.
Kuler Kuler is an Adobe Labs color palette generator and explorer. Color Hunter. The Most Popular Online Photography Tools. The Web is full of interesting and amazing photos!
Here’s the list of online tools and resources beginning from online photo editing to powerful photo search engines. Photo Sharing Flickr is certainly one the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. It helps people make their photos available to the people who matter to them. Flickr gets photos into and out of the system in as many ways as possible: from the web, from mobile devices, from the users’ home computers and from whatever software they are using to manage their photos. Picasa is a free software download from Google that helps you locate and organize all the photos on your computer, edit and add effects to your photos, share your photos with others through email, prints and on the web.
SlideShare is the world’s largest community for sharing presentations on the web. Zooomr is a site where you can share, search, store, sort and sell your photos online. Photorgy -is the online photo site . Mobile. Understanding Embedded Resources in Visual Studio .NET - The Cod. Introduction Time and again questions have come up in the C# and .NET forums relating to the use of embedded resources in VS.NET.
For most projects there are no problems, but as you get into more complicated projects this quickly becomes a problem. This article will attempt to put the information needed in a more permanent place, making it easier to find and link to. First things first There are a couple different ways resources can be used in VS.NET. The second way to use resources, and the one this article will focus on, relies on adding the file to the project and setting the file's "Build Type" property to "Embedded Resource". What's in a name? When you embed a resources as I outlined above you will typically need to know its name. The name is made up of three parts: <default namespace. The first and last parts are easy to identify; the default namespace is set in the project's properties and the filename is...well, the filename of the file.
See the pattern? Getting the resources See? Resources + for designers + by designers. 100+ Resources for Web Developers. Photo Credit: SMITHMag Update #1 – March 14, 2008 Update #2 – September 22, 2008 Translated into Italian at Geekissimo There is some amazing stuff out there on the Web–resources, tools, tricks, and tips.
Problem is, as a Web developer, you spend so much of your time just keeping up with new technologies – learning, playing – and this doesn’t leave much time to go hunting for the latest and greatest tool, or for a better way of doing things. So we’ve put together a list of over 100 resources to help make your life as a developer easier; where to find snippets of code, sites that automate processes, cheat sheets, lessons, useful tools and a couple of silly videos to give your brain a break if you make it through to the end. Code Photo Credit: Josh Lewis 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. For Webdesigners - 332 helpful links for webdesigners. Web Design Toolbox: 50+ Tools for Web Design. We're in the middle of a Cambrian explosion of new web based tools: so many that even we have trouble keeping track.
Web designers haven't escaped: there are now scores of tools that turn ordinary folks into designers (for better or worse) and plenty of new toys for the pros, too. We've gathered together more than 50 such tools and resources: feel free to add more in the comments. SiteKreator - You can instantly design, build and host a fully-branded website for personal or business use.
Leafletter - Allows you to create a “little web site” that you can then distribute anywhere (social networks, blogs, other websites). SynthaSite - Browser-based website creation tool that allows you to collaborate with friends or colleagues. Weebly - With Weebly you can create a fully branded website using a drag and drop interface, and change your design any time.