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Le Cloud Computing : le service informatique au juste coût pour les PME Le cloud est une manière radicalement différente d’utiliser l’informatique. L’entreprise n’est plus propriétaire de son infrastructure mais a accès à un service délivré par un fournisseur qui lui, dispose des outils informatiques en grand nombre. En d’autres termes, le cloud (modèle « Self Service »). Le Cloud Computing n’est pas la nouvelle révolution des systèmes d’informations mais plutôt l’évolution logique et la maturation technique de systèmes que proposaient certaines opérateurs baptisés Application Solution Provider (ASP [1] ), renommés aujourd’hui opérateurs Saas [2] ou encore Managed Services Provider (MSP [3] ), connus aujourd’hui sous la dénomination d’opérateurs Xaas [4] . La différence aujourd’hui c’est l’offre en termes de mais surtout la maturité technique et le modèle de facturation qui permettent de proposer des packages commerciaux très élaborés. Le cloud pour quoi faire ? Attention au phénomène de mode Le logiciel cloud pour la gestion du poste de travail La sécurité a.

The Science Behind Design Color Theory Color Theory has been a subject of interest for years in the art community. The rules and guidelines hold true when working on digital projects just as much as physical items. There is a lot to learn in the subject of color so I’m going to cover just some of the key points. Terminology is something many designers get caught up on which really shouldn’t scare you or hold you back. The science behind color theory is brilliant yet elegant. Color Terminology Terms are very important when it comes to working as a designer. Hue is one I’m sure most have at least heard of before. Most web developers are familiar with RGB values for hues. Saturation is another buzz word designers have probably heard of but never truly defined. Color sets with less saturation work best as background elements in a website. Their light-blue background is the perfect level of saturation to fit in a background setting. Tone or value is a term most haven’t heard of. Relationships for Color Theory Conclusion

Sitio sobre diseño web, estándares, usabilidad. — Nudonation Collaborative writing software online with Writeboard. Write, share, revise, compare. Hello, We launched Writeboard back in October of 2005 as a stand-alone service. A few years later we integrated Writeboards into Basecamp Classic and Backpack. Today, the vast majority of Writeboards are created inside those two products. As part of refocusing on Basecamp, we’ve decided to retire Writeboard.com. But don’t worry — any Writeboards you already created here at Writeboard.com will continue to work. Thanks to everyone who used Writeboard.com over the years. Onwards, Jason Fried, Founder & CEO, Basecamp

Color Management: Calibration and Profiling – Graphic design tut Introduction Welcome to the second post in our color management series. Be sure to check out Part One if you haven’t already done so. Today we’re going to talk about the importance of calibrating and profiling your input & output devices in your color management workflow. This is probably the most important step in the color management process, especially calibrating and profiling your monitor display because you need to trust that the color you see on your monitor is true and correct in order for you to be able to make color and luminosity decisions. Profiling the display When we’re looking at a photo, or anything for that matter, on our monitor display, we’re basically looking at a huge number of pixels, each of which displays a certain color. Furthermore, the monitor display changes the way it interprets color information overtime, so you need to constantly tune your monitor to display color correctly, and this is when calibration and profiling of the monitor display comes into place.

Papel Continuo - Diseño, arte, música, cultura popular y ... Jacques FROISSANT Altaïde Simple, Practical Color Theory The mastery of color theory, relations and harmonies is one of the primary steps to uncovering the full beauty and potential of your images (in the realms of art, design and/or photography). Find out more in this simple, practical, colorful guide. Color Models Depending on your background and your purpose, you will view primary colors differently. There are three generally accepted models: RGB (red, green, blue), CMY (cyan, magenta, and yellow), and RYB (red, blue, yellow). Primary color models can be divided into two categories: additive and subtractive. The additive primary colors are obtained by light: red, green and blue (RGB). The subtractive primary colors are obtained by the subtraction of light: cyan, magenta, and yellow (CMY). Color Model Application: RGB: Photography, video/film and design. CMYK: Print design. RYB: Art, painting and design. RGB and RYB Confused? Now that we’ve covered the various color models and their uses, we can proceed with confidence. RGB Color Model Monochromatic

Quintatinta 99Chats – Créer et insérer un chat sur son blog par Sylvain 99Chats permet de créer un chat pour l’exporter sur un blog ou un site web. Si vous souhaitez mettre en place un petit coin de discussion sur votre blog ou un site web, 99chats est d’une facilité déconcertante. Après une rapide inscription, mail et mot de passe, vous entrez dans le vif du sujet. Pour une meilleure intégration, il est même possible de créer son propre thème graphique, vous pourrez ainsi l’adapter aux couleurs de votre site. Mon petit test : à découvrir ici =>

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"COLOURlovers™ est une ressource qui surveille et influence des couleurs tendances. COLOURlovers donne aux gens qui utilisent des couleurs - qu'il s'agisse de campagnes publicitaires, conception de produit, ou dans la spécification d'architecture - un lieu de consulter un monde de couleurs, de comparer les palettes de couleurs, de soumettre des nouvelles et des commentaires, des couleurs et de lire des articles et des interviews." (texte du site lui-même). by castorp Dec 16

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