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Computational Thinking - Barefoot Computing Barefoot Computing What is computational thinking? Computational thinking is about looking at a problem in a way that a computer can help us to solve it. This is a two-step process: Virtual Lighting Studio - Eclairage intéractif de portrait The ambient light represents the light coming from the studio environment. You can turn it on or off and change its color and intensity. If you're lost and need some help, click here. 24 Free Fonts for Designers Cameron Sweeney Design Informer Kerch andy Jenna theComplex Damon Bauer Adam Alex Jacob Gube MattS Ajay Boothy LukeSF Bojan Nik Gill Podveg Razvedcheka Look yavamospillaos Steven Snell Font Squirrel fontie john gaiser Steven Snell Ben Creative Ideas web design york Ed D.

Recommended Fonts Lito – a grungy bold typeface by Mateusz Machalski Lito Type Family. Lito is a grungy and bold typeface designed by Mateusz Machalski (Font Publisher: Borutta). The complete font family consists of 6 different styles. This used-look typeface works great in eye-catching headlines or slogans. Buy the Lito type family on The Lito font family is available for purchase on Tweet News Redux: NYT redesign Digital news is broken. Actually, news itself is broken. Almost all news organizations have abandoned reporting in favor of editorial; have cultivated reader opinion in place of responsibility; and have traded ethical standards for misdirection and whatever consensus defines as forgivable. And this is before you even lay eyes on what passes for news design on a monitor or device screen these days. In digital media—websites in particular—news outlets seldom if ever treat content with any sort of dignity and most news sites are wedded to a broken profit model that compels them to present a nearly unusable mishmash of pink noise…which they call content. In an effort to disguise and mitigate the fact that they have little idea how to publish digital content properly—often sneakily called “differentiation”—some news outlets release apps for digital devices.

10 of The Best Google Docs Add-ons for Teachers January 25, 2016 We have curated for you below a collection of some of the most popular Google Docs tools we reviewed last year. Popularity is gauged through your interaction with these add-ons both here (in terms of pageviews) and in our PLNs in social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus. This list is also great for those of you who are new to Google Docs add-ons and are looking for some teacher-tested titles to try out. Using the Gamut mask On this website you can find a GAMUT tool. You can choose different types of color wheels, play around with values, and cut any shape in the mask. LINK In his book 'Color ans light' James Gurney explains the gamut mask a lot better than I do LINK For anyone interested in very detailed information on color and light,check out this LINK

Create a 3D custom map in Illustrator Software: Illustrator CS3 or later Project time: 1 hour Skills: Master grids, Use the 3D Extrude tool effectively, Shade 3D objects We normally work to an unwritten formula when we do isometric work. We keep things as simple and accurate as possible by using a grid and working with colour guides to keep the icons in the same shade and tint. Over the following steps, we’ll walk through how to create isometric icons that you can build up into a 3D custom map or cityscape image. Once you get the hang of drawing the simplest shapes in this isometric style, you can draw just about anything. Step 01 Inclined to Create » Blog Archive » Monday Morning Inspiration: Hurry Up and Slow Down “How do we slow down what matters the most and speed up what benefits change and progress? We don’t want to impede progress, but we are seeking reconnection to ourselves, to each other, and with the world.” --John Maeda Today marks my first day of re-entering the world of constant stimulation after a week long vacation where all things technology were kept to a minimum.

Map Making: Learn to Communicate Places Beautifully Finding Inspiration Look for maps in the world around you Start looking at maps in the world around you. Are you completely digital these days? Does your city use maps? Where?

Use this to create color palettes. It helps you pick one color and automatically picks complimentary colors for you. Helps you design a palette for your site by dpvagabond Apr 20

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