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European Researchers Develop More Accurate Full-Body Polygraph

jfruh writes: Despite their widespread use in industry and law enforcement, traditional lie-detector polygraphs give accurate results only about 60% of the time, barely better than the 55% accuracy pe

in Six Revisions

Introduction to CSS Colors

We'll cover all the available methods for specifying colors with CSS in this guide.

in Dezeen

Hospital by Lyons and Conrad Gargett features a vibrant facade and a tree-inspired layout


in NETTUTS

Swift from Scratch: Optionals and Control Flow

In the previous articles, you learned some of the basic concepts of the Swift programming language.

in swissmiss

Tattly | Built in Brooklyn

Seriously thrilled about this TechCrunch feature on my temporary tattoo company Tattly.

in Slashdot

The Billionaires' Space Club

theodp writes Silicon sultans are the new robber barons, writes The Economist, adding that "they have been diversifying into businesses that have little to do with computers, while egotistically procl

in Six Revisions

Interactive Git Tutorials

A list of free online/web-based interactive tutorials for learning Git.

in magCulture

2014 by Steven Gregor, Gym Class Magazine

Our third audio guide to 2014’s magCultural highlights comes from Steven Gregor of Gym Class Magazine.

in Dezeen

Dezeen's top 10 reader comments of 2014

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Debbie Millman: Chee Pearlman

On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to editor, curator, and design fairy godmother&nbsp;Chee Pearlman about editing a design magazine and designing conferences.

in swissmiss

Beautiful Mushrooms

How stunning are these mushrooms? Nature, never ceases to amaze. (via Hirnverbrandt)

in NETTUTS

What's New in Android Lollipop

After months of speculation, hype and teasing, Google
officially released Android 5.0 to the world on 12 November 2014. The SDK was
made available on 3 November.

in NETTUTS

The Curious Case of Specialty Themes

Have you ever needed a website that should be built with WordPress, but also should push the boundaries of this beautiful content management system?

in NETTUTS

An Introduction to Sass Maps: Usage and Examples

For scalable front-ends Sass Maps are a blessing. Extracting configuration from the logic of a module is a great method for structuring.

in NETTUTS

Displaying Your WordPress Widget on the Site

The final stage of creating your widget is to display its output on the site. You do this by further editing the WP_Widget class.

in NETTUTS

Building the Form for Your WordPress Widget

In the first three parts of this series, you've started creating your WordPress widget.

in swissmiss

Mudita

The world needs more MUDITA, the opposite of schadenfreude. “Mudita is word from Sanskrit and Pali that has no counterpart in English.

in NETTUTS

2014: A Year in Tuts+ Content

As the year draws to a close, it's the perfect time to step back, take stock of what's happened in the past twelve months, and plan ahead (at least, that's what

in Dexigner Design Portal

ADC 2015 Awards

ADC 2015 AwardsADC announced its awards for 2015, including the ADC

in Dexigner Design Portal

Drawn to Action: Posters from the AIGA Design Archives

Drawn to Action - Posters from the AIGA Design ArchivesOn view at t

in Dexigner Design Portal

Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Award 2015

Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Award 2015The 2015 Pink Lad

in swissmiss

Friday Link Pack (on Sunday)

We watched this every year, on New Years Eve, back when I was a kid in Switzerland.

in Spiekerblog (en)

Ro80

Frerk Lintz (Folge Magazin) made a video about me and my Ro80 back in 2013. It was supposed to be used in a presentation, but when that didn’t happen, I persuaded him to at least post it on Vimeo.

in NETTUTS

Data Visualization App Using GAE Python, D3.js and Google BigQuery: Part 4

In the previous part of this tutorial, we saw how to plot data fetched from Google BigQuery into our

in Slashdot

Phoronix Lauds AMD's Open Source Radeon Driver Progress For 2014

Phoronix has taken an in-depth look at progress on AMD's open source Radeon driver, and declares 2014 to have been a good year.

in Spiekerblog (en)

December poster for 2015

This month’s poster is, as always, 50×70cm in size (approx 20×28in), printed 2 colours on 160gsm Meta­Pa­per Rough. The type comes from several collections.

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Betsy Vardell: Holiday Movies in Print: The Apartment

The movie that made Fred MacMurray a cad

in Dezeen

Merry Christmas from Dezeen

in swissmiss

Drink Like an Engineer

Engineer Shaan Hurley created AutoCAD drawings of more than 70 different cocktail recipes. This is so wonderfully nerdy. Great find, FastCo.

in NETTUTS

iOS 8: What's New in SpriteKit, Part 2

This tutorial gives an overview of the new features of the SpriteKit framework that were introduced in iOS 8.

in NETTUTS

Coding and Registering Your WordPress Widget

This is the second part in a series showing you how to create your first WordPress widget. In the first part you learned about the Widgets API and the WP_Widget class.

in NETTUTS

Integrate Bitcoin Payment Gateway Into OpenCart: Part 2

In the previous tutorial, we began implementing a Bitcoin payment system.

in 24 ways

Cohesive UX

Cameron Moll brings the tenth 24 ways to a close with a look at the increasing need for common experiences across devices.

in Slashdot

Comcast-TWC Merger Review On Hold

An anonymous reader writes: When the U.S. Federal Communications Commission began reviewing the merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable, it imposed a 180-day deadline on the review process.

in You the Designer

Advanced Photoshop Tutorial: Energy Sphere

Hi, creatives!

in 24 ways

Taglines and Truisms

Andrew Clarke poses the question, that if we’re all telling prospective clients that we’re crafting and designing delightful, beautiful and

in Dezeen

Sou Fujimoto to create House of Hungarian Music at new Budapest museum park


in Design Observer: Main Posts

Debbie Millman: Liz Danzico

On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to Liz Danzico about writing and designing, life in NYC, and why it&rsquo;s so important to keep learning (and re-learning).

in NETTUTS

Create a YouTube Client on Android

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

There are a lot of popular third party YouTube client

in Design Observer: Main Posts

Véronique Vienne: Wild Card

The new Picasso Museum logo

in NETTUTS

Fifty Actions of WordPress – Series Finale

Welcome to the series finale of "Fifty Actions of WordPress!" Over the last few weeks, we've been looking at WordPress actions - what they are, how to use them, and 50 of those that exist alon

in NETTUTS

Introduction to Creating Your First WordPress Widget

For non-coders creating a WordPress site, widgets are great. They let you add menus, lists, feeds, text and much much more to widget areas which don't need to be limited to the sidebar.

in Six Revisions

Top 10 Free Online RSS Readers

A review of the 10 best free online RSS readers I've come across so far.

in 24 ways

Naming Things

Paul Lloyd perches his partridge in the CSS pear tree to discuss naming methodologies, ontologies and semantics. What’s in a name?

in NETTUTS

Data Visualization App Using GAE Python, D3.js and Google BigQuery: Part 2

In the first part of this series, we created a Python application and deployed it to Google App Engine (GAE).

in You the Designer

Eccentric Habits of the Tech Elite

We all have our own quirks. Some find solace in 90s music. Some enjoy touching …

in Slashdot

Calculus Textbook Author James Stewart Has Died

Onnimikki writes James Stewart, author of the calculus textbooks many of us either loved or loved to hate, has died.

in 24 ways

Why You Should Design for Open Source

Jina Bolton lets the Christmas spirit of generosity and goodwill flow freely into open source projects in need of good design.

in NETTUTS

iOS 8: What's New in SpriteKit, Part 1


This tutorial gives an overview of the new features of the SpriteKit framework that were introduced in iOS 8.

in NETTUTS

Create a Multi-Store Setup Using OpenCart

Most of the popular eCommerce frameworks available in the market provide the ability to offer multiple stores from within a single installation, and OpenCart is no different.