As soon as a photographer gets their hands on a camera, one of the first types of shots they want to create is the silhouette. In addition to only looking awesome, silhouettes can be incredibly dynamic in how they convey drama, mystery, emotion, and mood. They stand out because of simplicity but also the story they tell. In a nutshell, here’s how it’s done: Silhouettes occur when your background is brighter than your subject. The best way to achieve this is to use a light source as the background and place your subject between it and the camera.
“What’s your favourite colour?” Ronnie asked out of the blue one day. Seven year-old-me was in a tizzy. We were at the swing set, swinging away in the golden afternoon sunlight. It made me consider how my favourite colour was going to influence our friendship in the years to come. Growing up, the concept of having a favourite colour seemed far more important than it turned out to be. That question hasn’t been put up to me in recent years, unless as a security measure for password recovery. Even so, we don’t put any voluntary thought into realising what our favourite colour is in our prosaic existence.
The sheer number of plugins hosted and being added everyday doesn’t deter the users in the slightest. As such, the official plugin directory is the first place for a developer to share his work with the community (and get some name and fame in the global WordPress community in the process)
While it might seem like there is an unlimited number of images in the different stock photography libraries available, it can be difficult to find ones that look like they are unique to your site. Then there’s the fact that even if they do look unique, there is usually nothing to stop someone else using the same image unless there is the option to pay for exclusive right, which can be very costly. Furthermore, capturing the correct tone, setting and subject matter with a generic stock photo is not easy.
Customer service is one of the main factors that influence the buying decision of the customer. In our Magento infographics we will show the secret triggers to success and point out the important moments, which are neglected by the majority of Magento store owners. Make sure you have not been taken in by one of customer service myths and have a look at our infographics below.
2015 seems to be the year of website design. In today’s modern world, there are many companies and startups launching brand new websites, and with good reason. Technology is changing, design trends are going and going, how websites are used is changing, and even social media and interacting with communities are changing and shaping how websites should look and function. Nowadays, redesigning websites is more than just aesthetics. With technology constantly changing and various problems need solving every day, redesigning and overhauling websites go much deeper than they look. Things such as the functionality, presentation, how they load, and how well they can be updated are all factors that prompt website redesigns on a daily basis.