Every logo, advertisement, or user interface (UI) you’ve ever seen has graphic design behind it. Graphic design is an important part of the digital world, and there’s a lot to learn about it. If you’re interested in entering this field, you’ll need some guidance, and there are some great YouTube channels that can offer that.
Bingo is a fun game that’s easy enough for kids and grandparents alike to enjoy. Playing bingo online or in an app lets you enjoy fun graphics, earn power-ups and rewards, and even chat with friends while you play.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so a GIF must be an entire conversation! Create your own custom GIFs using these awesome websites and apps, then share them with your friends in chat or on social media.
You don’t have to be a professional bartender to make delicious beautiful cocktails at home. With the help of a savvy cocktail app, you can see the ingredients and gear you need to shake (or stir) one up yourself.
With over 47 million enthusiasts in the United States alone, it’s easy to see that bird watching is an exciting hobby. With one of these apps and a few other supplies, you can begin your eggs-sighting bird journey today!
Graphic design is complicated work, so it requires complicated tools. There are plenty of options for software today from well-known programs that have been around for decades to newer contenders trying to prove their worth. With so many options available, it can be difficult to choose which program you’ll spend hours mastering—especially for new designers. So, we rounded up the best of the best for this list to make that choice a little easier.
Internet-connected devices make it easy for kids to hang with friends or learn new things, but they also offer a way to access inappropriate content. With a parental control app, however, you can limit usage times and block unwanted content.
Over the past few years, phone cameras have managed to jump from serviceable shooters to flat-out great. They may not be able to match the quality of something like a DSLR camera, but for most people, they’re more than enough. And, while plenty of stuff already goes on behind the scenes of your phone’s camera to increase image quality, even the best photos can use some touching up—and that is where photo editors come in.
Racing is one of the purest forms of competition, and as such it naturally translates to video games pretty well. And, while some games strive for realism and require a deep understanding of the game’s mechanics for players to succeed, others try to keep things simpler—which are perfect for playing with friends.
Spreadsheets are ubiquitous: people use them every day for tracking inventory, budgeting, data tracking, and a million other things. And, while Microsoft Excel has been the go-to spreadsheet for years, there are other (free) alternatives you might like more.