Although web design is everywhere nowadays (even when we’re not at the computer it still manages to squeeze it’s way in to our everyday life), print design is still a huge part of the design industry and is everywhere we look: newspapers, posters, prints, manuals, restaurant menus, business cards – the list goes on and on. So how do you make sure that you leave a good impression on people holding your piece of art in their hands? This is where experience and advanced print design skills come into play…. Click here to read the article >>
It’s difficult to create something exceptional when you are working to a strict deadlines. If you can’t come up with a good idea in a stressful situation, it’s best to take a break and look for inspiration. Here here is a list or websites with outstanding articles, which will wake up your brain for sure. However this is not a classic huge blog roundup – here you’ll find only the best of the best ones you should really add to your RSS reader! These sites have been proven their value in long timeline as irreplaceable sources for daily inspiration, tutorials, tips and resources for every designer…. Click here to visit the article >>
Logo design is a huge part of graphic design. A logo is a name, symbol, or trademark designed for easy and definite recognition. I’d like to share with you a selection of logos that I feel are some of the best around… Click here to visit Article
Graphic designers are always in a battle to create the best looking results in the least amount of time. Constantly trying to make these gorgeous, polished designs without spending an eternity creating them usually requires using some pre-built elements — things like photoshop brushes, illustrator patterns, textures, etc… Click here to visit >>
To create an e-commerce website, there are few ways:
- Develop an e-commerce application from scratch.
- Use a hosted e-commerce software.
- Use a ready to use downloadable / installable e-commerce application.
First one takes so much time & resources which is not suitable for many people.
Second one has both positive & negative points. The biggest negative points are: you’ll be limited with the presented features & it’ll probably be paid.
Third one, you won’t be getting professional support which is the bad part but will have a community to ask questions & get answers. Also, considering the software is open source, there will be lots of users improving the product (& may be you)….
It really doesn’t matter what are You doing – there are time for everybody, when You need to upload files, share with them online or just keep somewhere You can always get those files from…. Great list to choose from here.. Click here to visit >>
The Browser Window Resizer is useful tool for testing different screen sizes. It accurately resizes your browser so you can test to see if the web page you’re working on looks right in all of the standard resolution sizes.
Window resizer supports the 640×480, 800×600, 1024×768, 1280×1024, 1600×1200 resolution sizes.
¬ The Firefox extension Resize the current page via the context menu, tool menu or toolbar button.
¬ Window Resizer for Internet Explorer resize the current page via the context menu (right-click) only.
A great tool for all you webdesigners out there! Click here to visit and download >>
Ready for some WordPress development on your Mac? First, you need to be running Apache, MySQL, and PHP.
Although Mac OS X comes with Apache and PHP, you don’t want Apple’s automatic software update to break your development environment by changing your working versions of PHP and Apache. Plus, do you really want to spend time tweaking MySQL?
quickly install and configure a working WordPress environment including Apache, PHP, and MySql…. Click here to visit article >>
Look at what youâ€™ve made. Beautiful, isnâ€™t it? But does it work? For whom does it work? Of course you can use it, but can anyone else? In short, is it functional?.. Click here to visit >>
As we all know that Firefox is a fastest growing popular web browser. There are lots of ease provided by the firefox and this is the main reason for its popularity. There are lots of free download able extensions and add-ons available on the internet for firefox and there demands are increasing every day… Click here to visit >>
websnapr lets you capture screenshots of (almost) any web page. Allow your visitors to instantly visualize any web page before clicking. Increase site traffic, click-through rate and site stickiness… This might come in handy! Click here to visit >>
So whatâ€™s hot now? Pencil sketches, handwritten notes, card stocks, watercolor effects, collage art, script fonts, grungy and splatter ink backgrounds (glossy gradients are not “in” this year)… Keep up with the trends! :o) Click here to visit >>
Theming an existing set of code, even if it was made to be easy to theme can be a daunting task… Click here to visit >>
In this tutorial Nik Ainley walks us through the process of making a spectacular image. This tutorial focuses on the big picture steps taken to create this image. You’ll learn some incredible techniques in this tutorial, and get a view into how Nik creates beautiful photo-manipulation based images. Let’s check it out…. Awesome tutorial indeed! Click here to visit >>
Here is a nice list of sites which offer great Photoshop tutorials, worth a look! :o) Click here to visit>>
Some nice apps for your mac here.. I will use Skitch for my new facebook profile image and Visual Hub looks very interesting! Click here to visit >>
This site has a lot of helpful and interesting stuff you should check out! Click here to visit >>
Find out more about how sketching is used in the design process within multiple design disciplines… I must admit that I sketch down designs way to seldom :o( Now that i’ve started to get interested in film/multimedia i’ve learned the importance of sketchingÂ storyboards and ideas, finally! Better late than never!Â :o)… Click here to visit >>
The best solutions are often the simplest. Here’s a list of 8 tips that contain only one css property…