Tobias Frere-Jones Releases Mallory Typeface

December 2, 2015 at 2:25 pm By

The historic world of typefaces sees yet another addition with Tobias Frere-Jones’ Mallory typeface, the first since separating from his partner Jonathan Hoefler. The result is a crisp typeface with an almost unnoticeable slant that adds even more character to the design.

VTech Becomes The Victim of Yet Another 2015 Hack

December 1, 2015 at 2:29 pm By

Nothing seems to be impossible in the world of hacking and in the same respect, no company or piece of technology is safe from hackers. New reports claim that the children’s toy company VTech has been hacked, ultimately exposing 5 million user accounts. There is still one month left in the year and it looks like hackers are making the…

Could Progressive Web Apps Be the Future of Web Development?

November 30, 2015 at 2:55 pm By

It’s safe to say that a vast majority of the web-browsing is still done on PC’s and laptops. However the amount of browsing being done on mobile phones and tablets has become enormous. This means there could be a greater shift in the development of more mobile apps steering browsers away from mobile websites that are quite frankly pretty slow.

Dell Warns of Security Vulnerability In New Computers

November 25, 2015 at 2:08 pm By

In a time where security lapses could mean big damage for users, Dell is alerting their consumers to a security hole that could leave recent stocks of their machines at risk to hackers. In fact, a new report says that the problem lies in customer service software that was installed in the machines.

Will Codeless Development Take Over For App Makers?

November 24, 2015 at 2:17 pm By

As a developer coding languages are a natural part of your job. You are responsible for understanding and completing tasks using those languages in complex ways. However, what if the coding languages were annexed for developers who are building apps? WhaTech believes that “codeless development” could be the new language for app makers, according to a recent report.

Hackers Steal Customer Data From Hotels

November 23, 2015 at 2:15 pm By

A new report claims that customers who have stayed at the Sheraton, Westin or other Starwood locations in the U.S. or Canada in the last year, may have had credit/debit information stolen by hackers. The Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide company claimed that over 50 hotels had been infected with malicious software, according to CNET.

Adapting Web-Design for Print

November 20, 2015 at 2:20 pm By

Web designers don’t have to stick to online design. There is a way you can continue to grow your artistic talents by translating your skills on the computers to print pieces. Business2Community sees this as a way to grow your client base and provided a few key guidelines in adapting your skills as a web designer for print.

Amazon Tightens Up Security With Two-Factor Authentication

November 19, 2015 at 2:26 pm By

Cybersecurity has been a huge issue in 2015 with the countless amounts of account breaches. One of the biggest shopping extravaganzas of the year is coming up and Amazon wants to give its users added security against having their accounts hacked with a two-factor authentication system.

Does Email Design Matter?

November 18, 2015 at 2:11 pm By

Email design is pretty much in the same drab state it has been in for quite some time now. However, does it really matter to users? It’s entirely up to you, however Ernie Smith of Association Now points out many of the┬ádull design features in many of today’s widely used email services, which might make you concentrate a bit harder…

Anonymous Hacker Group to Target ISIS

November 17, 2015 at 2:17 pm By

The Anonymous hacker group that was responsible for some of the biggest government breaches is setting their sights on ISIS after the horrific attacks in Paris, which the terrorist organization has claimed responsibility for. The hacker group is in full support of the French people and they are calling their mission, #OpParis (operation Paris).