One of the most underrated things I’ve learned through my Wordpress journey is how to understand, work with, and manipulate MySQL databases to facilitate a wide range of useful actions. When working in a localhost environment, MySQL is especially useful for migrating databases over to a public server.
I took the opportunity to sketch out a preliminary workflow that assembles the screenshots into a dedicated directory, then sequentially renames them (with a custom title option) based on their modification time. I got carried away and took it a step further and added image compression just for good measure. In the end, the Batch Screenshots workflow was crafted.
– Updated: June 29th, 2020 – Placing text on an image can be a very elegant addition to an image and a brand, if done correctly. Every image and font choice has its own set of creative solutions and boundaries when it comes to text overlays. In this quick step-by-step guide I’ll show a couple […]
I created an organizational tool called Flow that transforms your desktop into a living agenda for the day, helping you to be focused, present, and creative. In other words: in flow.