Will Picasa Replace Picnik?

Picasa-PicnikAs you know, an extremely popular online photo editor, Picnik will be closed on Aplil 19, 2012. Unfortunately, Google, the owner of Picnik, has decided to shut down the online photo editing website and shift several features to other services such as Google+ and Picasa. In these circumstances, Picnik fans examine the new Picnik substitute suggested by Google – Picasa. However, the question remains: “Can Picasa replace Picnik or are all well-known photo editing tools lost forever?”
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Polldaddy – Smart App for Website Polls, Ratings & Vote Forms

Polldaddy

A successful website development consists of many elements such as a good website builder, creative design themes, easy navigation, beautiful images and appealing unique content. To make your website more interactive and engaging you can add suitable social media buttons or increase communication via polls, surveys and ratings. This two-way communication is a great indicator of your audience tastes, demands and preferences. (more…)

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Free PowerPoint Templates: 4 Reasons to Tune Up Your Presentations Design

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

I use PowerPoint to type in some text in primitive presentations. The design of default PowerPoint templates is … well… regular, so to say. It’s beyond my understanding how other people manage to put images, charts, tables and animation in their presentations. You can spend hours studying PowerPoint or you can just download free templates. It’s easy as everything is already done by other people.

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Best Photo Software 2011

Best Photo Software of 2011

In 2011 we reviewed many wonderful photo editing applications. They help you edit images, make photo slideshows, create photo frames, design websites, view pictures and perform lots of other photo manipulation tasks. No matter what you prefer either online photo editors, photo freeware or sophisticated pro photo tools, Photo Software & Design Blog team has select the most useful photo software for you.

Here’s our Editors Picks list of “Best Photo Software 2011”:
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Top 5 Video Tutorials on Photo Editing

Video Tutorials

YouTube is full of video guides on photo editing for Windows software, open source photo tools and web apps. There are many professional long videos that cover each photo editing aspect. Besides, YouTube contains helpful short video overviews on simple photo editing tricks which photo amateurs might need. Let’s explore top 5 video tutorials that enable you to edit your images better and tip you on new photo manipulation techniques.
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You are the Star! Enjoy Your Photo on a Magazine Cover

Watch Your Face on the Magazine Cover

At least don’t lie to yourself. Sure, you dreamt about seeing your face on Forbes or Vanity Fair covers! Your dream can become true. Fortunately, nowadays there are lots of online services that offer dozens of magazine covers that will boast your face, or you’ll boast this cover. (more…)

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Top 10 Free Online Image Resizers for Email in KB & Pixels [Without Losing Quality]

Resize Images Online

Now to make a big picture smaller or vice verse is not a problem. You don’t have to install photo editing software for Windows to shrink photos quickly in megapixels, pixels, kb (kilobytes) or cm/inches. There are many online image resizers that help crop, compress and cut HD images easily so you can send them by email, upload to Facebook, post as an avatar in a messenger. (more…)

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Where to Find Browser Themes?

Default skin settings of most popular browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome and Opera leave much to be desired. Apple’s Safari can be an exception to the rules but still there has to be the way to change its look. What I aim at in this post are tips and tricks where to find colorful clothes for your browser.

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Google Helps You Create a Website for Free [YES!]

And you can do it without any specific knowledge! I knew that Google had such feature as creating your own website long ago. But most of my friends and acquaintances still make big eyes when I tell them about it. So, here is the revelation of the day: yes, it’s really easy to create a website even if you don’t know the website building principles. Thank you Google the Great! (more…)

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Facebook Photo Apps: Native vs. Third Party

Facebook photo

Most of us share photos on Facebook: family get-together photos, photos with friends, pictures from vacations. Usually we do a bit of image editing before posing them. There are 3 ways to edit photos for Facebook: desktop software, a native Facebook photo app or a third party photo application. Today we will compare only web apps made by Facebook team and third party tools produced by independent developers. (more…)

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