Since most of my days are now split between inventing things we can do while locked inside the house, and which will satisfy a short-attention-span of a three-year-old, and finishing all my uni assignments, I have literally no time (or power) for any extra-curriculum learning. Sad, but that's how it is sometimes. After all, we are all just humans, right? Anyway, I thought I will tell u a little story of how I got into Uni after I thought I never would be able to. I wanted to write this post for a long time, to shine some light on my past and maybe to inspire someone in a similar situation to mine.
A few days ago, while I needed a little break from my database assignment, I created this digital portrait of my daughter, Hannah. Everyone seemed to really like it, so I decided to share my knowledge and create a tutorial on how to do those cool portraits using any photograph. All you need is Adobe Illustrator and a photograph! No skills required and it's really easy to do! Watch a video tutorial or follow my written instructions below!
Some time ago, during one of our uni lectures, my friends and I were trying to list websites or apps,where you can master your coding skills for free or really cheap.As current lockdown force us to stay indoors (and please do! for everyone's good ), I thought I will recreate that list and share with you all. After all, when is the better time to learn something new?
As some of you may know, I was supposed to give a talk during a happy hour industry talks today...
Few weeks ago I attended a Work In The Web workshop over in sunny Leeds (if you would like to read more about the event, HERE is the link) Workshop has been an amazing adventure and I am so glad I got to go and be part of it. I love events like this one, where days are filled with great talks and panels and you're spending time with like-minded people. The good thing about them, you're learning a lot more than just what's on the agenda...
One of my resolutions for this year was to be open for any opportunity "knocking on my door". So when I got an email from my course leader about 'Work in the web' workshop, I didn't hesitate to apply. In the end, I had nothing to loose, and loads to gain!
Fruition of my last assignment- website redesign of Gutenberg.org Medium fidelity wireframes have been done in Adobe XD. Mobile first approach has been used in order to enhance the design as the screen sizes increases, rather than take cool stuff away with a decreased size. After the initial survey, the colour scheme has been changed … Continue reading Gutenberg.org website redesign
Another month of some great reads! Due to the Christmas break, I haven't managed to read as much as in November, but it's about quality not quantity, right? Ok, let's get started!
The year of 2019 is coming to an end so it's time for a little recap!
This post will be all about the books I've read in November. The university's library is one of my favourite places on campus, and I wish I could stretch the day just a teeny time bit more to fit some time to read even more books 😀 Having two assignments due soon, all of my … Continue reading November reads