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Filtering and Displaying Data Using Ajax
By Bob Flynn
Feb 15, 2010
Bob Flynn shows how to take advantage of Ajax functionality with the Adobe Spry library in Dreamweaver CS4.
Mac OS X Server Essentials v10.6: Using File Services
By Arek Dreyer, Ben Greisler
Dec 2, 2009
This chapter addresses the topic of using Mac OS X Server to share files across a network, including how to set up share points with appropriate access settings and configure the specific sharing protocols that Mac OS X Server will use.
Scott Kelby's Digital Photography Tips: Learn How to Work the Scene
By Scott Kelby
Mar 1, 2012
If something catches your eye, don't take just one shot. Scott Kelby advises you to stop, look around, and see what it was that drew your eye in the first place.
"Free" Extends into the B2B Space
By Mitchell Levy
Mar 2, 2001
The newest wave of free services targets businesses, and it includes e-commerce, messaging services, organizing applications, networking and storage services, and much more, explains e-commerce management expert Mitchell Levy.
"Harry Potter" Typesetter Waves His Wand Over QuarkXPress 7 H&Js
By Kelly Kordes Anton
May 23, 2008
At the request of Quark, renowned typesetter Brad Walrod has recommended new default hyphen and justification settings for QuarkXPress 7. Kelly Kordes Anton shows you that your bag of tricks now serves up six default H&Js that work their magic on your columns of copy.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Alberto Cairo
By Alberto Cairo
Aug 28, 2012
Underneath the packaging, an infographic serves a very simple purpose—to educate. Alberto Cairo, professor of information graphics and visualization at the University of Miami and author of The Functional Art: An introduction to information graphics and visualization, talks about the importance of making infographics work on an instructional level.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Dan Saffer
By Dan Saffer
Nov 20, 2012
Dan Saffer, author of Designing for Interaction and internationally-recognized leader in interactive design, spent years looking for that elusive "special sauce" that makes great designers great. What he eventually realized took a lot of hard work, deep thinking, and trial and error.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with David Airey
By David Airey
Jul 17, 2012
David Airey, author of Logo Design Love, shares some advice that has helped him create his best designs.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Erik Spiekermann
By Erik Spiekermann
Jul 31, 2012
Erik Spiekermann, author of Stop Stealing Sheep & Find Out How Type Works, 2nd Edition, shares the advice that has influenced his career the most.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Giles Colborne
By Giles Colborne
Nov 6, 2012
Giles Colborne, author of Simple and Useable Web, Mobile, and Interaction Design, recalls an important book that shaped his career early on and reminds us that communicating effectively, above all else, should be the goal of great design.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Jakob Nielsen
By Jakob Nielsen
Sep 25, 2012
Jakob Nielsen, coauthor of Mobile Usability, reminds us that anything you think is easy or good might be terrible for the target audience.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Julie Dirksen
By Julie Dirksen
Oct 9, 2012
Julie Dirksen, author of Design For How People Learn knows the value of being a self-starter. One of her favorite sayings is, “You don’t need permission to be awesome.” So don't wait—start creating!
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Maggie MacNab
By Maggie Macnab
Aug 14, 2012
Maggie Macnab, author of Design by Nature: Using Universal Forms and Principles in Design, shares some of the wisdom passed down by her father and how it impacted her career in a life-changing way.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Robin Williams
By Robin Williams
Nov 6, 2012
Robin Williams, author of the Non-Designer's Design Book, offers her insight into makes great design.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Stefan Mumaw
By Stefan Mumaw
Oct 23, 2012
Stefan Mumaw, author of Creative Boot Camp, quit waiting for the muse to arrive and started making art a habit at the encouragement of a college art professor. Now he shares how setting aside time to work has helped him generate even better ideas.
"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Tim Kadlec
By Tim Kadlec
Sep 11, 2012
Tim Kadlec, author of Implementing Responsive Design, uses a little coaching advice to push you towards your creative best. He also reminds us why it's crucial to be willing to make mistakes.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Brian Smith
By Brian Smith
Oct 2, 2012
Pulitzer-prize winning photographer Brian Smith has been featured in LIFE, Time, Forbes, Sports Illustrated, and many other publications. His newest book, Secrets of Great Portrait Photography, chronicles the stories behind his best photos over the past 30 years. His advice is driven by a central theme—take the time to get to know your subject.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with David DuChemin
By David DuChemin
Jul 10, 2012
Travel and humanitarian photographer David DuChemin explains why you shouldn't get seduced by your subject.
"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Ibarionex Perello
By Ibarionex Perello
Dec 4, 2012

Ibarionex Perello hosts and produces The Candid Frame podcast, teaches at the Art Center College of Design, and has written for numerous magazines. He's also the author of several popular book on photography, including Canon 5D Mark III: From Snapshots to Great Shots. Here, Ibarionex talks about how to handle others' thoughts and criticisms about your work.

"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Jeff Carlson
By Jeff Carlson
Sep 18, 2012
Jeff Carlson encourages you to think of yourself as a photographer, not just someone carrying a camera, because it can change the way you see your world.

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