Archive for the ‘Image & Vector Editing’ Category

Clipart for VR/AR: Google Poly Provides Free 3D Objects

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Virtual reality can only succeed when it conveys a bit of realism through the use of three-dimensional objects. To free you from the burden of having to create all objects yourself, Google Poly offers a whole bunch of them. Extensive Portfolio of 3D Ob...

Adobe’s Project Cloak Removes Undesired Elements From Videos

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The video is pretty cool, but it would be even better if your ex weren’t on it? Adobe’s Project Cloak may have what you need. Sneaks, Technological Experiments, at MAX 2017 During its annual MAX conference, Adobe always gives the visitors a...

Adobe Xd is THE Prototyping Tool of 2017

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Prototyping, creating a first usable model of a website or app, needs to be one thing above all else: fast. The fastest tool for this purpose is Adobe Xd. Today, I had to develop a wireframe model of a smartphone app. It wasn’t supposed to be ve...

Responsive SVG: What’s Possible, and What Isn’t?

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Responsive layouts are indispensable in web design. On the one hand, there are ever-shrinking displays on smartphones, and on the other hand, there’s the size increase of desktop displays. Between that, there are phablets, tablets, as well as net...

Smart Text Detection and Manipulation in Images

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Everyday Web Developers are looking for better ways to enhance user experience when it comes to images. Often, when dealing with user uploaded or 3rd party images, there could be sensitive information which would call for the need to manipulate text em...

Your Web Image is Unnecessarily Bloated

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Images make up a majority of web content.But a lot of websites and applications that we browse aren’t always delivering the most optimal image format, size, quality and dimension. As a developer, it seems inefficient to serve a 2,000kb JPEG image whe...