Kwasi Ampadu

Kwasi Ampadu

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The entrepreneurial journey & the values of mentoring

By Kwasi Ampadu | OnThursday, March 22nd, 2018 - No Comments »

iSpace & Startup Mentoring by enpact invites you to an interactive workshop with 5 experienced business founders to learn from their entrepreneurial journey & mentoring experience as enpact fellows! Entrepreneurs are welcome to join us to hear from their inspiring stories, get valuable knowledge and discuss the ups & downs entrepreneurs are facing in the Transport, Food, E-commerce, Fintech or Agriculture industry. Besides, Quentin Merelle, Regional Manager West Africa from enpact, will. 

Facebook Advertising for Businesses

By Kwasi Ampadu | OnSaturday, March 17th, 2018 - No Comments »

Details When it comes to Facebook management for Businesses, most people rely on constant posting to increase awareness and engagement. The ticket for this Unlocked Series is LIVE. click here: 👉👉 One of the most critical activities that most people forget to do is Facebook advertisement. Some people think it is difficult! In our Next UNLOCKED SERIES, we will debunk the myth surrounding Ads on Facebook. We will invite Bill Odartei of Shoeshine to send us through how. 

Hashcode 2018

By Kwasi Ampadu | OnThursday, March 1st, 2018 - No Comments »

HashCode is a team programming competition organized by Google for students and industry professionals across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. You pick your team and programming language, we pick a Google engineering problem for you to solve. Registration is open now until February 26, 2018 Register here:  

All You Need to Know About Computer Viruses

By Kwasi Ampadu | OnSaturday, February 4th, 2017 - No Comments »

In my early years acquiring computer skills, I have always asked myself what computer viruses were? Well, computer viruses are in fact software programs that are designed to interrupt the normal functions or process of a computer. In other words to interfere with computer operations. All computer viruses are man-made. Computer viruses are able to spread by various means. Examples are by attachment in email messages, hotspot downloading website etc. Care should be taken when opening a mail in your. 

White Space in Design Composition

By Kwasi Ampadu | OnSaturday, February 4th, 2017 - No Comments »

White space is a necessity in design composition. Generally design is made up of positive space and negative space. Balance of the two is good. Negative space is sometimes known as non-printable area while the positive space (Design image) is also known as printable area. In the diagram above the black shape is the image area (positive space) while the white area is the negative space (non-printable area). Space helps to separate and connect elements of design. By this we create rhythm, direction. 

Difference between vector and bitmap images

By Kwasi Ampadu | OnSaturday, February 4th, 2017 - No Comments »

To begin with, images and objects come across as either a vector or bitmap. Photos, logos, icons, shapes are examples of the two. Vector images use mathematical formulas to draw lines and curves that can be combined to create an image from geometric objects such as circles and polygons. Vector images can be manipulated with the help of Adobe Illustrator. Bitmap images (also known as raster) on the other hand is made up of tiny dots called pixels. A pixel is a very tiny square like shape that is. 

Choose a Web Design Field and Perfect it

By Kwasi Ampadu | OnSaturday, February 4th, 2017 - No Comments »

On many occasions, I get people asking me how to acquire web design skills. Already, some are trying to learn php, java script etc. Web Design is loaded with fields such as html, css, java script, php, mysql, etc. My advice is that, choose a field and perfect it. With my 7 years of experience as a front-end web designer?, there is no one I have come across in the professional world who knows all the fields in web design. Someone excellent at php, jQuery, mysql, java script, UX design, UI design. 

Flat UI Design Vs Skeuomorphism (realism)

By Kwasi Ampadu | OnSaturday, February 4th, 2017 - No Comments »

There is an ongoing debate in the design world about Flat UI (User Interface) Design Vs Skeuomorphism (realism). In this article, I compare the characteristics between the two design techniques. For those of you who do not know what Skeuomorphism is about, it is a design technique when a designer designs an art work and try to mimic the exact characteristics of the design material in reality. In other words, such design or composition might have shadow, texture, gradient etc Examples of Skeuomorphism.