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Heavy III, featuring names such as Gregory Halpern, carries on the publication's conversations between beautiful photography and engaging writing from environmental destruction to feminity.
Colour is creeping over our cities, thanks both to an explosion in street art but also designers and architects’ subsequent confidence in splashing rainbow-hued graphic treatments over their walls. But the line between street art, fine art and architecture is increasingly blurring as artists are invited to weave their own distinctive works into the fabric of buildings.
From a sleek design to functional navigation, a lot goes into crafting a visually appealing, user-friendly website. The work doesn’t finish there, either. The site needs to rank high on search engines, engage users and entice a reaction – whether through conversations or sales.
With so many aspects to consider, the pressure is on to deliver a high-quality website. Fortunately for you, this checklist highlights 60 of the most important things to check before the site’s launch.
iOS: If you’ve ever taken an R-rated picture on your phone, odds are good that you know it exists somewhere in your photo library. I’m pretty forgetful, but I know I’d remember that fact. I mean, there’s the setup process—lighting is important!—the fact that you have to at least partially undress, the multitude of photos you’ll take before you settle on the one perfect one, the knowledge that you’re probably sending this to someone (and might regret that fact later), etc.
We love the convenience and feature-rich nature of the apps and products big corporations can offer you, but we’re also proponents of personal autonomy and control over your online experience. However, it’s one thing to just turn your back on the big corporations; it’s another to do so mindfully and ethically.