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Storyboarding is a form of visual communication used to represent a sequence of events. For short films, TV programs, advertisements, video games, it helps one visualise the elements of the final video or multimedia project. Let’s see how it can aid UX.
Modern software’s humdrum lack of identity has resulted in users craving more interesting, opinionated tools, tools that feel like us — or a better, more interesting and wackier version of us.
From designing interfaces to designing systems, the article looks into the major milestones from 2005 to 2016 in terms of evolution of patterns to design systems.
Spotify recently gave all its Anchor creators the ability to make polls and Q&As and is testing interactive ads. Other platforms are also trying different ways to allow podcast listeners to interact with content.
Macro photography is a field of photography that focuses on extreme close-ups of things magnified up to 10x. This article explores what the new lens in iPhone 13 Pro unlocks, some details in its implementation and how it works, and much more.
The next car or appliance you buy will be in use for at least a decade. It needs to run on electricity—not fossil fuels. How can we get everyone to make that decision for their next purchase?
Megatron-Turing Natural Language Generation (MT-NLP) achieves “unmatched” accuracy in a broad set of natural language tasks including reading comprehension, common-sense reasoning, and natural language inferences.