Tag Archives: GUI

Adobe XD Web Design Tool Primer Tutorial

Are you on the lookout for a professional and relatively easy web design tool to use. Why not try Adobe XD (“Design at the speed of thought”)? Wireframe, design, prototype, present, and share amazing experiences for web, mobile, voice, and … Continue reading

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Inkscape Vector Image Editor Business Card Tutorial

Yesterday’s Inkscape Vector Image Editor Banner Tutorial set us to thinking that we’d like to base an A8 business card … spoiler alert … … on the vector graphics and even that text of the banner … … created via … Continue reading

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Inkscape Vector Image Editor Banner Tutorial

We got a job recently to create a banner for RJM Programming. No worries, for our MacBook Pro runnning macOS Mojave 10.14.5. Think Pages or Gimp just for starters (or read this useful link). But our specification involved a requirement … Continue reading

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HTML Datalist Tag Quiz Tutorial

After the preparatory work of HTML Datalist Tag Primer Tutorial we want to use the HTML5 newly released tag, the datalist tag, for the purposes of writing a simple “Capitals of Countries” quiz. The upshot is … most pleasing in … Continue reading

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HTML Datalist Tag Country Flag Quiz Tutorial

Sometimes there’s quite a big difference between the optimism a proof of concept project can engender, and the application of that to a real world application. The use of HTML Datalist Tag Primer Tutorial‘s road testing of the datalist tag, … Continue reading

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HTML Datalist Tag Primer Tutorial

The release of HTML5 brought with it a smorgasbord of improvements, not all of them supported on all the platforms and web browsers … hopefully, this does not make you cross?! Am really happy, today, to remind you of an … Continue reading

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