Author: Sufyan bin Uzayr


Meet Adobe XD: “Experience Design” Tool

Last year in October, Adobe told the world that it was planning to release a multipurpose tool meant for prototyping and UX design. Named initially as Project Comet, this was dubbed as Adobe’s most ambitious project in recent times. The work has progressed since then, and today, Adobe announced the preview release of Adobe Experience…


Opera Now Comes With Built-in Ad Blocking

Opera has updated its web browser for Windows and OS X devices, and the new version now comes with native ad blocking features. Opera claims that ad blocking boosts pagespeed by as much as 40%. You can turn on ad blocking in the Settings section of the browser, and you can also specify exclusions for…


Adobe Post 2.0 Has Been Released

Today, Adobe announced the release of Adobe Post 2.0, the popular app for creating social graphics within minutes. Adobe Post 2.0 is the latest version of Post, which was released back in 2015. 


Skype Will Discontinue its App For Smart TVs

Skype has recently announced that it will soon discontinue its app for smart TVs. The change will come into effect in June this year. The reason behind the change is that Skype is more popular for users on smarthphones and tablets, and not so for users on smart TVs. To quote: Over the years, users…


Instagram is Finally Available on Windows

At last, Instagram has come to Windows — yes, you read that right! You can now download the public beta of the Instagram mobile app for Windows, which is available in the Microsoft Store starting today.


An Introduction To Material Design

When Google released Android Lollipop, it also brought into the market its whole new Material Design concept.¬†Ever since its debut, designers and technologists everywhere are full of praise for the new design language, but for those who are new to it, here is a look at what Material Design is all about. Basically, Material Design…


Slack To Soon Offer Voice And Video Chat

Slack recently released its 2016 product roadmap, and the one feature that has everyone talking is the introduction of voice and video calls. Yes, you can say, in a way, that Slack will soon be offering functionality similar to Google Hangouts or Skype.

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