Working with Layer Comps in Photoshop

Layer Comps are a great way to quickly show and hide a combination of layers in Photoshop without the need to group all the layers first. This is especially helpful when you need to change the state of layers which are at different positions on the z-axis of the document (the stacking order of layers) meaning the layers cant sit within the same layer group. Read more

Continuous Integration using Travis CI.

Today I learned how to set up Continuous Integration using Travis CI. What this essentially means is that I can now make an update to this website, push to GitHub and have Travis CI automatically trigger a build and if it’s successful, deploy the update to Azure. Read more

Bias Light

Today I learned what a Bias Light is. It’s an ambient light which is placed behind a TV/Monitor to to reduce the strain on your eyes when watching TV in low light. It also helps to combat colour distortion casued by the ceiling lights of your living room. Read more

Making Makr

Makr is a community for creative people to connect and collaborate in the Thames Valley area. It’s a Slack team where members can discuss events they’ve attended, find collaborators for side projects or simple form friendships with local people who have similar interests. Read more