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That Emoji Does Not Mean What You Think It Means

That Emoji Does Not Mean What You Think It Means By now you probably know that the emoji you send on an iPhone might not be the emoji that is received on a Nexus.The most widely misinterpreted is the “grinning face with smiling eyes” emoji, which—depending on the platform—can range from the rosy-cheeked cherubic face of glee to the anguished clenched-teeth look of constipation.

Five Ways Nintendo Could Fix Breath Of The Wild's Clunky Interface

Five Ways Nintendo Could Fix Breath Of The Wild's Clunky Interface While you can select from the magic runes by pressing and holding D-pad Up (more on this in a bit), there is no quick access to food items.Regardless of the solution used, users would also need an additional submenu item added when selecting food items to “Add to Shortcuts” or “Remove from Shortcuts.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Update #22, $629,194 and Counting

Pathfinder: Kingmaker Update #22, $629,194 and Counting The latest Pathfinder: Kingmaker Kickstarter update talks about the art of UI design.I have to admit, I consider the often-maligned Arcanum interface to be perfectly fine, and the point of this update is lost on me.

You can pretend to drive a Tesla Model 3 even if you don't have a pre-order

You can pretend to drive a Tesla Model 3 even if you don't have a pre-order The closest the rest of us will probably get for now might just be this interactive mockup of the car's UI.The project, which was created by Glasgow-based UX/UI designer and EV enthusiast Andrew Goodlad and spotted by Electrek, puts a spec version of the 15-inch Model 3 touchscreen control panel at your fingertips.

Learn the graphic design skills you need to get hired

Learn the graphic design skills you need to get hired A good way to get started is with this aptly named Learn to Design Bundle.This bundle includes nine courses and 57 hours of instruction that will get you well on your way to becoming an in-demand, highly paid designer.