Archive for January, 2013

Pinterest redesigns

Pinterest redesigns

| January 31, 2013 | Comments (0)

Pinterest have just announced on their blog that they will be experimenting with a new look using a small group of people who sign up as testers. They are not moving away from the gridded style that so many have become familiar with — and so many have tried to emulate; instead they are looking […]

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Detailed Ink Works of Nicolas Delort

Detailed Ink Works of Nicolas Delort

| January 31, 2013 | Comments (0)

Great illustration is not just about the presence of colors or hues. Most of the amazing colored illustrations out there are a product of random sketching or doodling. Some evolved from black outlines and applying colors will bring life to these artworks. However, there are a few artists who start their drawings in a sketch, […]

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How to improve your writing in WordPress

How to improve your writing in WordPress

| January 31, 2013 | Comments (0)

WordPress is a powerful and popular CMS for nearly all types of websites. But what about content creation? Writing is one of the most important aspects of a website especially for freelancers, small business owners and individuals. WordPress is actively criticised for this part of the experience. Users frequently find themselves using other software to […]

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Bounce Back: Become A More Resilient Designer

Bounce Back: Become A More Resilient Designer

| January 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

February is almost here, which means I've had a month to reflect on the past year’s successes and failures. My days slide by quickly, so I try to slow down at least once a year to focus on the big picture. It’s encouraging to see all that I did accomplish (yay me!) and it brings […]

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Typographic furniture

Typographic furniture

| January 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

While typography is typically a two-dimensional proposition, the communication design students at the University of Applied Science in Dusseldorf have expanded the practice to 3-D. As an exercise in three-dimensional letterforms and their applications, the school’s budding designers crafted typographic furniture for each letter of the alphabet. The goal was clear: seek to combine artistic […]

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13 New Templates Added to Mockup Everything!

13 New Templates Added to Mockup Everything!

| January 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

Food & Beverage, Date Night & Apparel The Mockup Everything team has just welcomed a new addition to our team, Aaron Roberts, and he has been a Mockup Everything rockstar, helping to churn out new templates for all you MUE users! Keep your suggestions coming by hitting us up through the Get Satisfaction Community Page (just click on the […]

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You! Be Inspired! — 35 Amazing Fashion Illustrations

You! Be Inspired! — 35 Amazing Fashion Illustrations

| January 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

Fashion illustration has been a staple in most fashion magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar and such. Other than seeing fashion illustrations in magazines it is also used in advertising, fashion boutiques, shows and even in event flyers. The rich fluid lines, bold colors and sometimes the painterly like quality of an illustration brings […]

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Web IDEs: the future of coding

Web IDEs: the future of coding

| January 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

Still using desktop code editors? Web integrated development environments (IDEs) are a new way to build your web projects directly in the browser, often saving development time and making collaboration easier. The humble browser used to just serve up simple HTML documents, but it’s often now your first stop for just about any task. Think […]

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Art in Science: Unellenu’s Fractal Art

Art in Science: Unellenu’s Fractal Art

| January 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

Janelle Wilson who goes by the artistic name of Unellenu is a jewelry designer based in Sydney, Australia who creates unique jewelry pieces inspired by fractals. For those who are not familiar with fractals, a fractal is a never ending pattern that repeats itself in different scales. These designs are usually a representation of a […]

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Superb redesign will save lives

Superb redesign will save lives

| January 29, 2013 | Comments (0)

One of the most challenging briefs any designer can take on is to design for a cross-cultural organization that needs to appeal to disparate groups from diverse backgrounds. As designers we’re frequently reliant on communication through an informally agreed symbolism: green is a healthy color; slab-serifs are masculine. Except that when dealing with global audiences […]

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