Bicycle lanes can be a boon for cyclists but they can also land riders in the "door zone," a dangerous area sandwiched between primary vehicle lanes and parked cars.
Imagine taking a quiet stroll through the expansive wilderness of Van Cortlandt Park in Bronx, New York. You're surrounded by a forest of oak trees, stony ridges, and a tranquil lake-completely isolated and alone in nature. But in 1918, visitors to the 1,146-acre park were unaware that they were in the company of a group of women hiding among the rocks, trees, and grass.
The production workflow of most UI designers involves creating a pile of static comps, each representing different views and states of an application. These comps are then handed off to a development team for implementation. But comps can't capture the complexity of a real user interface, which renders at many device sizes, displays various data, and must respond to user interactions.
How To Work With An Illustrator | Part One My very first ever client/boss/charity-case-worker used to always say I should write about how to work with an illustrator. I was like - wat? You mean, like, other than what we're doing right now? And does this mean I have to get wordpress?