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Harness the Power of Search in Canva to Find Imagery for Your Designs

[UPDATE: FYI this tutorial has been moved behind Sitepoint’s paywall, so it’s no longer free.] Dull, boring, and pixelated or blurry images are a no-no when it comes to brand design. Low quality images look unprofessional, especially when there are tons of high-quality images available in Canva. In this week’s episode of my Sitepoint series […]

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WebRTC’s Challenge: Large Scale Broadcasting + MORE 03/18/2016

The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication. WebRTC’s Challenge: Large Scale Broadcasting – tmcnet.com For all the hype and momentum surrounding WebRTC, there is something it doesn’t do very well out of the box without additional help. In the case of large scale live broadcast, it needs a lot of help. Issues such […]

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Developers: Develop your Soft Skills!

Established developer and fellow Pluralsight trainer, John Sonmez, has an extensive collection of published online courses and recently published a great book for software developers looking to get a jumpstart on their career. I finally had a chance to dive into the book, “Soft Skills: The Software Developer’s Life Manual,” and it’s a treasure trove […]

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Bring out your inner designer this year with Canva – Free Intro Tutorial Video

Canva’s momentum is picking up in this new year, and so is Learn from Lisa! To kickstart 2016, Sitepoint just published my introductory video, “What is Canva, and Why Do So Many People Love It?” – the first in a series of Canva tutorial videos I’m working on. For those who don’t know, Canva is a great […]

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Posted in: Ideas, Social Media, The Basics, Training

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Adobe jumps into the design-tools-for-everyone game. Are they too late?

Just this week, the company released a very Canva-like tool, Adobe Post, which lets users turn photos, text and graphics into stunning visuals that can be shared across social media. Coming to market as a tool made specially for non-designers and small business owners with limited marketing budgets, Adobe Post features curated templates, text overlay […]

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Prezi for Android now available!

Prezi has launched Prezi for Android, giving over 1 billion Android users around the world the ability to access their presentations anytime, anywhere. And according to a recent IDC study, Android owns about 80% of the smartphone market – giving Prezi a huge new user base. The popular presentation platform released their Prezi for Android app in response […]

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Posted in: HTML5, Prezi, The Basics

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Can we get 10 Percent of the Internet for WebRTC and Real-time? 02/20/2015

The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication. Can we get 10 Percent of the Internet for WebRTC and Real-time? – tmcnet.com Net Neutrality was in the news last week as FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announced a new strategy to drive Net Neutrality. Writing in a Wired opinion piece published last week, he set […]

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Posted in: Web Video News, WebRTC

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New frontiers — Beyond Tellerrand Berlin 2014

Last month, I had the opportunity to bring word of WebRTC to Germany, via the awesome Beyond Tellerrand conference — the first time it was being held in Berlin. If you haven’t experienced a #btconf, it’s well worth the trip! It’s tagline is “design, technology, and inspiration” and it lives up to it.  The conferences’ […]

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Posted in: Announcements, HTML5, Ideas, Speaking, The Basics, Web Video News, WebRTC

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WebRTC World Week in Review: Mobility Leads The Way + MORE 09/15/2014

The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication. WebRTC World Week in Review: Mobility Leads The Way – tmcnet.com While there’s seldom a week in which nothing’s going on for Web-based real time communications (WebRTC) as a field, some weeks are bigger than others. Some weeks have something of a focus as well, and […]

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