Ugh. A new malware targeting macOS. Just the way you want to start off the new year.
Do you have a blog running on WordPress? If yes, then you should give this article on securing your WordPress blog a read. The guide includes some easy step-by-step solutions, as well as links to some great plugins that can add another level to the basic built-in WordPress security features.
Fantastic article by Nick Compton, with more gorgeous photos of Apple Park by Mark Mahaney. Definitely check this article at Wallpaper out!
USB-C sounded great on paper. What it has evolved into is actually a dumpster fire.
In Photoshop, content-aware features make automatic edits such as seamlessly blending the edges of retouched image areas. Using technology that recognizes different types of image content, content-aware features help you retouch images faster, and open up new possibilities for changing the composition of an image.
But how do you know which of the many content-aware features might help you right now?
Conrad Chavez has a brief explanation of each of the features in his article at CreativePro.
If you’ve ever designed with type in Photoshop, you’ve probably encountered a situation where changing the size or font caused the text to not fit on the canvas any more. Or maybe you’ve placed a large logo file that didn’t fit on the canvas to begin with.
Mike Rankin has the easy alternative to the tedious norm of resizing the canvas size manually using the Reveal All and Trim commands.
Yeah, I get it. You’re not a copywriter. But you’re probably a designer, and that means you’ll be writing at some point in your career—even if it’s just a headline or two.
I love these quick grammar lesson types of articles.
I found this article about Apple’s work with the hearing impared fascinating. I had no idea we were at the point of surgically implanting hearing aids, but apparently 10% of hearing aid customers could really stand to benefit from the surgery. And I’m sure as the technology improves (along with the hardware), it’s going to be more common.
While some companies “throw together” features to sell their wares, Apple spent years developing a low-energy form of Bluetooth for just such a use-case. Bravo, Apple!