51.3% Internet Usage Comes from Mobile And Tablet…

By yuez | March 5, 2018 |

8 Things You Need for A Killer Mobile-Friendly Website You already know your company needs a mobile-friendly website (otherwise you would not be researching this) so we won’t spend time trying to convince you of something you already know. Instead, we’re going to point out 8 things to consider when thinking about your mobile website … Continue reading “51.3% Internet Usage Comes from Mobile And Tablet…”

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In the search for a Search Bar

By teamprinceton | August 8, 2016 |

The Wiki say’s, a search box or search field is a graphical control element used in computer programs, such as file managers or web browsers, and on web sites. A search box is usually a single-line text box with the dedicated function of accepting user input to be searched for in a database. Search boxes … Continue reading “In the search for a Search Bar”

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Microsoft Office – Theme Change Event via VSTO Add-In

By teamprinceton | July 22, 2016 |

Microsoft Office doesn’t have a theme change event in their VSTO API, so in order to detect the theme change, we need to monitor the registry key “UI Theme”. The key can be found in the following registry path: For Office 2013: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Office\\15.0\\Common For Office 2016: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Office\\16.0\\Common The value is a REG_DWORD and its range … Continue reading “Microsoft Office – Theme Change Event via VSTO Add-In”

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AngularJS – ng-repeat and Radio Buttons

By teamprinceton | |

AngularJS – ng-repeat and Radio Buttons I recently had this problem where I had to select an item from a table. Nothing much, but I avoided buttons for this task and instead used a radio button against each row: where $scope.users = [{“userId”: 1, “firstName”: “a”,“lastName”:“b”}, {“userId”: 2, “firstName”: “c”,“lastName”:“d”}, {“userId”: 3, “firstName”: “e”,“lastName”:“f”}]; and … Continue reading “AngularJS – ng-repeat and Radio Buttons”

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Make a fantastic app icon!

By teamprinceton | July 15, 2016 |

In the process of developing an app, one of the most important thing that comes in the way is to design an app icon. Though most app designer conceive of an app icon much before the development is done, but I believe, we always should remind ourselves of its importance and how it can influence … Continue reading “Make a fantastic app icon!”

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Dynamic file input – teaching html some new tricks

By teamprinceton | February 8, 2016 |

Okay, now this post might come across as a bit of a rant but could be of real use to people who are looking to implement a custom file upload widget. Lets face it, the default file input container provided by HTML is not what we’d describe as eye-candy and to top it off each … Continue reading “Dynamic file input – teaching html some new tricks”

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How to set placeholder like text on select tags

By teamprinceton | January 22, 2016 |

Following all new slim and minimalist design guidelines for client end GUI applications on the web, we often drop the use of labels in favor of placeholders in html input fields. But that leads to a problem while using select tags in html since select tags have no placeholders. To overcome this, we just have … Continue reading “How to set placeholder like text on select tags”

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Inkscape VS Illustrator

By teamprinceton | |

To create vector graphics for your app mock ups and icons, you might already be using Adobe’s Illustrator. If you think you’re spending too much monthly rentals to Adobe for the same, here is an alternative..switch to Inkscape! Inkscape provides almost all the functions as in illustrator and it’s totally free! Inkscape and illustrator has … Continue reading “Inkscape VS Illustrator”

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Material Shadows with Inkscape!

By teamprinceton | January 1, 2016 |

[fusion_text] Are you into Material Design these days? Are you fighting to inherit all the technical spec defined by Google and trying to create a mock up of your app in Inkscape?? If ‘YES’, you’re one of us and we’re ready to help you out. In Material Design you can easily follow the Google Material … Continue reading “Material Shadows with Inkscape!”

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Why Material Design?

By teamprinceton | December 7, 2015 |

I am a designer who started with user interface designs back in 2006. Since then, things have changed a lot. The concept of UI and icons went through a paradigm shift. The fancy 3D styled Icons with a realistic, high detailed touch, born from the rich graphic nature of the realistic style is a passé … Continue reading “Why Material Design?”

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