If we have a website under WordPress in which several people write, surely in more than one occasion we have seen the need to change the author of an article. Either because post-modifications have been made and we want to change the authorship. Or because there is a person to create the articles, while others are the ones that give them content. And, although this change is relatively simple, it would not be the first time that, in order to change the author, we have seen someone create a new article, and paste into it all the content of another. Yes, we will not denyRead More →

In this tutorial we are going to show you how to make a JavaScript photobooth app that takes images using the camera on your phone, laptop or desktop. We will showcase a number of awesome native APIs that allowed us to make our project without any external dependencies, third-party libraries or Flash – vanilla JavaScript only! The App To the end user our app is just an oversimplified version of the camera app you can find on any smartphone. It uses a hardware camera to take pictures – that’s it. Under the hood, however, a whole lot of JavaScript magic is going on. Here isRead More →

As many of you may or may not know, Spotify is a Swedish company specialised in music, podcasts and video streamings. Its app is used all around the globe, mainly because it includes a free mode wich lets you listen to the same music you could listen to in youtube but with more quality. The cons are that there are adds that you cannot skip in the middle of your playlists. So… is there any way to listen to music in Spotify without adds and without paying anything?Read More →

Material Design was developed by Google and is a design language used for Android devices. The idea, is to provide a design language which mimics the feel of pen and paper.    About Material Design was announced by Google at the 2014 Google I/O Conference on June 25th, 2014. It is intended for use with all versions of Android after 2.1 and in conjunction with the v7 appcomcat library and later versions.  Third party developers can incorporate Google’s Material Design functionality in their own work using freely available Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). For browsers that cannot support Material Design in its native format there isRead More →

What is it for? Kahoot! has been created in order to teach , althrought you can used for entertainment. This aplication strengthen the idea that: Enjoy learning. Is very useful for the teachers and students to learn and review concepts in an entertaining way, as a competition. The most common way is through test questions. Sign up in Kahoot! This service is divided in two pages: kahoot.it and GetKahoot.com. The first page is used to join the game, destined to the students, while the second is used to create a Template of questions in Kahoot, destined to the teachers.   How does Kahoot! work CreateRead More →

ProtonMail is an end-to-end encrypted email service. It uses client-side encryption to protect email contents and user data before they are sent to ProtonMail servers, in contrast to other common email providers such as Gmail, Outlook or Yahoo. The service can be accessed through a webmail client, the Tor network or dedicated iOS and Android apps. But how is it work? First of all you have to go to their website and sign up for an account. Then you are in. Their free service has some restrictions, though. You only get 500 MB of storage and can only send 150 messages per day. If you upgradeRead More →

When designing for smaller screens and shorter attention spans, your UI design must work at the speed of thought. Ideally, you want to design an interface that’s easy enough for novice users, without boring experienced users. 1.The Rules of Interaction Design Always Apply Just because you have less screen space doesn’t mean the rules of good interaction design don’t apply. Goal-driven Design: You want to design for the right user. User research, such as surveys and interviews, will help you create personas for those most likely to use your app. This allows you to create specific goals for your users and tailor your app’s workflow toRead More →

Access install theme functionality in your WP admin The first thing you need to do when you want to install a new WordPress theme is to login to your site admin page. Once there, go to Appearance -> Themes.   Here, you will see all the themes you have currently installed in your application. To add another one, simply click on the Add New button.         On the next page there are two ways to add a new theme. You can either use the search field which will return results from the WordPress.org theme directory or you can upload a theme from your local hardRead More →

Mobile UI Design: Basic Types of Screens. Splash screen Smartphones have invaded almost every activity of our lives. Different applications assist us and make the life easier. A designer’s job is to create the user interface meeting users’ needs and making the experience pleasant and satisfying. To build effective UI, designers need to dive deep into the peculiarities of mobile applications, learn their constituents and functionality. Splash screens are the first image users see launching a mobile application. They are usually minimalistic and present a name, logo, or slogan of a product. To make sure splash screen will look good on different devices, designers often focusRead More →

There are many tools or web pages that offer the possibility of downloading the Instagram profile photos, but the truth is that most do not allow downloading the profile photos in full size. Even if we try it manually, the photo that will be downloaded will be a thumbnail, not full size. Next, we’ll show some websites that allow you to download Instagram profile photos at full size for free. Below I’m going to show you free Webs to download Instagram photos at full size All the websites that we are going to show below work in much the same way and are very easyRead More →