Nivo slider jQuery & WordPress Image Slider The Nivo Slider is world renowned as the most beautiful and easy to use slider on the market. There is literally no easier way to make your website look totally stunning. The jQuery plugin is completely free and open source receiving more than 3,000,000 downloads since launching in 2010. Beautiful Transition Effects The Nivo Slider makes displaying your gallery of images a beautiful experience, by using amazing transition effects ranging from slicing and sliding to fading and folding.
Blog - SublimeVideo Unleashed! Today we’re announcing a major update to SublimeVideo: New, Free and Unlimited SublimeVideo HTML5 Video Player We’re thrilled to introduce a new, free and unlimited version of SublimeVideo. Photoshop Tutorials In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create an emotional scene using photo-manipulation skills. You’ll learn how to play with color, blend using adjustment layers and brush, add texture, work with lighting effect and more. Read More In this tutorial I’ll show you how to paint a woman portrait from scratch. A Handy Chart Featuring Some of The Best Tools and Apps for Creating Educational Tutorials April 14, 2016 Below is a host of interesting mobile apps and web tools you can use to create educational tutorials and screencasts to share with students in class. And no you don’t need advanced video editing and screen casting skills to operate them. The apps are easy to use and within few minutes you will be able to figure your way around. These are all resources we have reviewed in the past. We just compiled them into this chart so you can save and have them handy when needs be. We have covered different platforms including: the Web, Chrome, iPad, and Android.
2000 Free Photoshop Patterns - Web Design Blog – DesignM.ag Get the FlatPix UI Kit for only $7 - Learn More or Buy Now The use of repeating patterns in Photoshop can help to produce attractive website backgrounds with very little effort, and of course patterns have other uses as well. In this post we’ll feature some of the best free patterns that are available. Adobe Slate review Adobe's consumer iPad apps got off to a rough start with Adobe Voice, the company's software for assembling photo/graphic slideshows with voiceovers that get saved as movies. It received a lot of complaints from users initially because of limited output options, which Adobe subsequently rectified. It's now joined by a sibling app, Adobe Slate, which serves a similar purpose -- quickly generating a narrative for anyone with nice photos to share. It's fun, fast and easy to use for creating whizzy, scalable Web pages that can be viewed in any browser. Like Voice, Slate is completely free -- it's not a Creative Cloud app.
70 Excellent Photoshop Resources By Kawsar Ali Adobe Photoshop is the tool of choice for many designers and artists. Photoshop can be used for almost every little task that involves graphic design. It is one of the finest pieces of software available on the market when it comes to digital image editing. Jeffrey’s Lightroom Goodies (Plugins and Tools) Jeffrey Friedl's Blog Home • Photo MapTOC • Photostream 松中ジェフリーのブログ文書は英語ですが、写真は共通 Not a photo blog. A personal blog with photos. Jeffrey’s Lightroom Goodies (Plugins and Tools) Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: An Excellent Google Drive Tool for Creating Interactive Presentations April 28, 2015 Pear Deck is a nice app that allows you to plan and build interactive presentation decks directly from your Google Drive. One distinctive feature of Pear Deck is that it includes some amazing formative assessment tools that allows you to engage the entire class with a series of questions on the content of the presentation. When you present through Pear Deck you are actually creating a live session that students can join from their own devices. As a teacher, you have full control of the flow of the presentation and using your tablet you can even easily move in the class while going through the slides in your projector screen.Pear Deck has a variety of unique interactive features (e.g. draggable, drawing, text or number, multiple choice…etc) that enable students to actively participate in your presentation and respond to your questions. Students responses can be shared in realtime and anonymously on classroom projector or interactive whiteboard.