Learning The Basics Of Adobe Indesign CS6

February 1st, 2014
By Tom Gillan Indesign is a program by Adobe that has been around for over 10 years. It allows you, the user, to publish using the three basic elements. These elements are text, image and diagrams or illustrations. You simply import them into the page layout program of your choice (we like Indesign). Your text can readily be created in Indesign. Read The Post [...]

Cyberlink PowerDirector 12 Ultimate

January 30th, 2014
Copyright © 2014 Louise A Costas Cyberlink PowerDirector 12 Ultimate brings you: Extra Creative Effects 2 professional effect packs from world-class NewBlueFX - Video Essentials II and III, plus 3 CyberLink Creative design Packs; Intuitive Editing Environment: Easy-to-use Multiple Start-up Modes, Powerful Editing Tools, Subtitle Room, End-to-End Read The Post [...]

Basic Information On AutoCAD 2D (Part 1)

January 29th, 2014
By Tom Gillan Nowadays, almost all building and design structures are created using some type of computer-assisted design software - also known as CAD software. The most advanced of this software is AutoCAD. This is a type of design software that can be used to build different machine tools, consumer products and built environments in both 2D and Read The Post [...]

How To Keep Your Business Information Safe

January 27th, 2014
By Angel T As a business owner, the threat of intentional harm to your business-critical data is of great concern. With opportunistic cyber criminals profiting from the vulnerability of unsecured companies every day, making security a priority is simple dollars and cents. Fortunately, strong, time-tested security practices and a little education Read The Post [...]

Create A Tender Document Using Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop And Indesign

January 27th, 2014
By Tom Gillan Creating a tender document for a construction or renovation proposal is easy using Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop and Indesign. The initial plans and elevations would be created in Autocad, which is the industry-leader in 2d drafting software. Created by AutoDesk back in 1982 it is by far the most versatile of drafting programs. Read The Post [...]

The Basics Of AutoCAD 3D

January 16th, 2014
By Tom Gillan AutoCAD 3D The industry leader is AutoCAD for 2D and 3D design is AutoCAD. It is the primary method for communicating basic design concepts to others in the form of a drafting and a modeling tool. The computer-aided design (CAD) software is used today to create almost all built environments, structures, machine tools, and consumer Read The Post [...]

Where the PC Market Is Going – Away From Windows?

January 15th, 2014
By John Stone The PC market is evolving in recent years, and the trends are taking interesting turns. There are really a few different directions that the PC market is going, and depending on personal preference, budget, and more you may all have different computing needs or specifications. Windows is moving all of their machines towards the Windows Read The Post [...]

Creating Incident Management System Software – Part 7 – Incident Mapping 2

January 10th, 2014
By Darrell ODonnell In a previous article about Incident Mapping I covered off the main GIS integration bits - it's about the map (not the GIS), it needs to be dead simple, the map is there for context (initially), layers (avoid!), and search. WHAT ABOUT MY INCIDENTS AND OTHER DATA IN THE SYSTEM? You'll note that I haven't covered off the Incident Read The Post [...]

AutoCAD 2D Basic Overview – Part 2!

January 10th, 2014
By Tom Gillan Let's continue on from part one of our AutoCAD 2D Basic overview: The AutoCAD Interface: AutoCAD's interface went under radical changes upon the 2009 version's release. This was done in an effort to make the program more intuitive for users of the Windows 7 operating system. However, the functionality of the program is still relatively Read The Post [...]

Creating Incident Management System Software – Part 5 – Managing Resources

December 22nd, 2013
By Darrell ODonnell This is the 5th article in a series about Creating Incident Management System (IMS) Software. Once you've started logging activities, created incidents, and have your contacts in order the next logical thing to build into your IMS software is the ability manage your resources - the Personnel, Equipment, Supplies, and Teams Read The Post [...]