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Label 59 : Label . Explain . Present interactively ... in minutes PictuTools Web 2.0 Design Guide In this tutorial, I describe various common graphic design elements in modern web “2.0” design style. I then attempt to explain why they work (i.e. why they have become common), as well as how, when and where you might use each element in your designs. It follows on from my Current Style article, and analyses in greater depth the design features of the current “Web 2.0” design style. To learn how to design Web2.0 sites yourself, you must read “Save the Pixel – The Art of Simple Web Design”, which is a comprehensive guidebook to the principles and techniques of Web2.0 design. Summary of Best Web Design Features The list below is a summary of many of the common features of typical “Web 2.0” sites. Clearly, a site doesn’t need to exhibit all these features to work well, and displaying these features doesn’t make a design “2.0” – or good! I’ve already addressed some of these factors in my introductory Current Style article. Best Website Design? Web 2.0 ?! Best Web Design Features 1. When? Always! 2.

Picture to People - Online Graphic Effects Clarisketch The Evolution Of Icon Design From 1981-2013 December 4, 2013 • By Joe Howard • In Design With the GUI having now been around for over 40 years, today we are taking a look back in time at the evolution of an integral feature – the icon. Since the early 70’s, when bitmapped screens were first developed with GUI’s, the humble icon has come a long way. The following is a collection of icon design in OS’s through history. 1981 – Xerox Star Surprisingly, the icons are actually pretty good. 1983 – Apple Lisa Once Apple had seen the Xerox Star, they decided to build their own GUI based system – The Lisa. 1984 Apple Macintosh 1.0 1985 Atari TOS Although mainly considered to be a gaming system, the Atari ST did still have a GUI which shared the desktop metaphor. 1985 Amiga Workbench 1.0 1985 Microsoft Windows 1.0x Windows 1.0 was a highly criticized OS, most notably for it’s high system requirements, and heavy resource usage. 1986 GEOS for Commodore 64 and Apple II 19989 Amiga OS Amiga OS was the successor to Workbench 3.0. 1989 NeXTSTEP / OPENSTEP

Kostenlose Bilder - Pixabay Quick Picture Tools - Free Online Image Editors Optimisation/optimiser image/images web (gif, jpeg, png) lissage Si le débit d'Internet s'est bien amélioré, beaucoup d'internautes lui sont encore relié avec un modem 56K. Le concepteur de pages web doit donc faire attention au poids de ses images. Pour le format JPEG, la procédure est simple : au moment de l'enregistrement, on réalise un compromis entre poids du fichier et qualité de l'image résultante. Pour le format GIF, la démarche est plus subtile. Nous décrivons dans cette note les différentes mesures à prendre pour qu'une image GIF transmette son message graphique sans que son fichier ne soit trop lourd. Préambule "Un bon dessin vaut mieux qu'un long discours" "A picture is worth one thousand words" Né à l'époque où l'imprimé régnait en maître, cet adage s'applique aussi au web, où un texte sans images paraît bien austère. Pour restreindre le poids d'une image au format JPEG, nous disposons de deux moyens : Restreindre le poids d'une image au format GIF est une opération plus subtile. Ceci dit, le lissage ne fait pas de miracles.

Starmatic - Rediscover Photography Turn Meaningful Words into Images with Quozio Need a cool tool to transform words into neat visuals? Then look no further than Quozio, a very user-friendly web resource that turns any quote into a nifty image. It works something like this: Just enter the desired text in the field provided followed by who said it in the next box then click the “Go” button. And boom—within a matter of seconds, an image is generated. Next, scroll through the various styles available on the site and find the one that best matches your message. So, how much does Quozio cost? Do I need an account to use Quozio? As an added bonus, there’s even a Quozio bookmarklet which allows users to instantly create an image from any text that is highlighted on a web page. Check out my very first Quozio image shown below. Classroom Connection: Besides using quote images to pimp out your classroom with inspirational messages for students, there are a variety of really cool ways they can be utilized for academic purposes as well.