Dec 16 2013

Blogging with Ease: Best Resources for Ghost

Finally! A new blogging service that can compete with WordPress! It’s called Ghost and was just released this year on October 14. So far, it has proven to be exactly what the founder, John O’Nolan, envisioned – a simple, clean, easy, no-nonsense publishing platform for bloggers and writers. Yet more than just content creators are using Ghost. Some of the recently released themes work beautifully as a clean portfolio website for photographers and other artists. But an easy-to-use platform isn’t the only perk: Ghost is an open source platform, meaning that it is completely free. And so are many of the themes and resources.

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Dec 13 2013

From Scratch: Writing a 3D Soft Engine 3/6

In the previous tutorial, we learned how to draw lines and triangles. We really started to see the 3D side of our meshes, thanks to this wireframe rendering. But we’ve only displayed a cube… And even a simple cube already has 12 faces! Are we going to be forced to handle ourselves all the faces for more complex objects this way? Hopefully not.

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Dec 12 2013

Special Times: 18 Free WordPress Themes from November 2013 to Keep You Warm

Christmas is approaching fast. Is your blog still in that summer dress? We told you early enough to change that before winter breaks in. I don’t know what the weather is over at your spot of the globe. Over here we still have a little time to get our blogs winterproof. These themes we dug up lately will come in handy to achieve that. They were not specifically styled for the festive season, though. So they will still look good after New Year’s Day.

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Dec 11 2013

HTML, CSS, PSD and More: 25 Free Design Resources from November 2013

Hello world! Another month has passed and here we are, back again with another collection of the most awesome fresh and free design resources we were able to dig up. We’ve put together a set stuffed with HTML, CSS and PSD templates and added the best UI kits. One important information before you read on: All the following elements are freely usable, though some will require a registration to download.

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Dec 10 2013

Make a Snatch: More Than 2,000 Commercial-Use Fonts for the Price of Not Even One

There are a handful of things every designer cannot have enough of. Ready-made resources are one of these things and, thus, always appreciated. They need not necessarily be free, yet shouldn’t cost a fortune, either. In this Deal of the Week we have fonts for you – loads of fonts. More than 2,000 fonts out of more than 300 font families will have you spoilt for choice. What you don’t need to decide is which ones you’ll wanna buy. They are all great, so there’d just be the agony of choice again. Instead, just snatch them all for a mere 27 dollars. Don’t laugh, we’re serious…

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Dec 09 2013

These Are Special Times: Win A Logo Design Bundle by LogoBee.com

Are you on the lookout for a new logo? One that represents your company best and gives it a progressive, yet likeable look? The only problem is, that money is short these Christmas times? If so, today’s game is for you! We teamed up with the specialists over at LogoBee.com to bring you your free logo design to save your festive season. The only thing you need to do is leave us a comment with the best reason why you should be one of the two winners. Come on, use your imagination…

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Dec 06 2013

From Scratch: Writing a 3D Soft Engine 2/6

Now that we have built the core of our 3D engine along the lines of our previous tutorial #1, we will now work on enhancing the rendering. The next step is then to connect the dots to draw some lines in order to render what you probably know as a “wireframe” rendering. In today’s tutorial, you will learn how to draw lines, what a face is and how cool is the Bresenham algorithm to draw some triangles.

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Dec 04 2013

November 2013: 10 Best Free Hi-Res Photos by Unsplash

A few months ago we introduced you to Unsplash.com, a project by Ooomf. Since then they kept promise and regularly released new images. Quality varies though. That’s why we decided to help separate the wheat from the chaff by publishing only the 10 best images released in November 2013. We do not necessarily choose those photos with the highest level of photographic artistry, but our eye is more on usefulness. Which photos are good to support articles, designs and such without showing too much uniqueness to render them unusable without their original context. That said: have fun and do whatever you want with these gorgeous photos…

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Dec 03 2013

Brand-new Topic Reports + Top Charts: Google Trends Finally Becomes Useful

Google Trends is a tool to measure people’s interest in a certain topic. To decide which articles to write, which products to offer or at least how to properly describe your offerings, you need insight in what it is, that raises people’s attention. If you’re into internet marketing you know that Google offers a tool for that use case. Google Trends wants to do just that, help you recognize what interests Google Search users most. Yet, Trends has its quirks. A new update removes the biggest…

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Dec 02 2013

Pico: Free, File-based Content Management System for PHP-Developers

Pico is the name of a fairly new CMS, which doesn’t need any database connection at all. Its developer Gilbert Pellegrom calls the system "stupidly simple". I’d object and say, that this is only true for developers. If you are a PHP aficionado and like to write your posts using Markdown, Pico might just be the CMS for you.

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