Plagiarism is stealing someone else writing and thoughts and claims that it belongs to you. In some cases, only paragraphs are plagiarized or sometimes overall web page from another source.
This article will guide you what to look for when spotting plagiarism.
When it comes to Image editing or photo enhancement, Adobe Photoshop is usually the primary option to consider. However, the software package itself is a quite hard to learn — and extremely hard to master. And of course, Not all design lovers are web designers.
In this compilation below, you’ll find some of the best Free Downloadable GIF Preloaders PSDs which might handy for your design projects. This is not the traditional long list with all the available PSD templates on the internet but it’s an refined collection of best handpicked PSD templates.
There’s a lot of content out there. A lot. It’s all over the Internet – in content marketing, social media updates, and blogging. Certainly, individual users contribute their own content. But the average person’s status updates and blog posts about niche interests or their day-to-day lives are spare change compared to the overwhelming amount of content created by businesses.
While the era of spam and black hat SEO tactics is waning, poor quality web content still runs rampant. What’s a designer to do?
A weeks ago, we've created a contest at instantShift called New Year Special Giveaway had announced the 2 winners of iPad Pro or iPhone 6S (total value of ~ $1900).
We’ve got more than 300 response comments. After voiding spam and non-legit comments we have left with 270 valid comments. It’s really good to see that how we can able to help in our reader’s life and their profession.
In case, If you missed this giveaway, make sure you are ready for next one as we going to create more such giveaways in future.
Congratulations to all the winners!
If you have already written programs for products or software applications, big / small, you are most likely to have used a lot of Design Patterns... although it is possible they might not be one of the most used / standard design patterns.
But yes, there is an obvious difference between implementing a design pattern and "using" a design pattern... either way, the person working with design patterns understands it, or will understand it easily.