Archive for July, 2013

The worst portfolio ever?

The worst portfolio ever?

| July 31, 2013 | Comments (0)

A few weeks ago Alex Cornell, posted what he describes as “The Worst Portfolio Ever” a page of clichés, overused trends and boring copy. His motivation was presumably to educate the masses as to how a portfolio should look. Cornell’s amusing spoof features such gems as the obligatory “road to nowhere” photograph, pretentious biography and a […]

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8 New Templates and A Chance to Display Your Designs!

8 New Templates and A Chance to Display Your Designs!

| July 31, 2013 | Comments (0)

New Templates All for You! Hello from Mockup Everything! We are so very excited to announce the release of 8 new templates for you lucky Pro Users this month. But Wait There’s More! We’re so very thrilled about our growing template library that we’d like to have a little fun.  Ready? Let’s get those designs of yours […]

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You! Be Inspired! – Superheroines in Magazine Covers

You! Be Inspired! – Superheroines in Magazine Covers

| July 31, 2013 | Comments (0)

Have you ever thought of seeing Supergirl or Wonder Woman doing a photoshoot for the cover of your favorite magazine? This idea was realized by an artist where his excellent skills in digital illustration and fascination with comic book superheroines lead him into creating a series of epic magazine covers. Meet Stanley Lau also known […]

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How to test responsive designs for free

How to test responsive designs for free

| July 31, 2013 | Comments (0)

“Stop resizing that browser, you’re gonna wear it out!” How many times have you heard that one? Well okay, maybe not so many times, but if you develop responsive design web sites, you know what I’m talking about: with every DOM or CSS edit you’re dragging that browser edge back and forth, testing your changes […]

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Interview with Veronique Culliford on Branding the Smurfs

Interview with Veronique Culliford on Branding the Smurfs

| July 31, 2013 | Comments (0)

The success of a global brand is not only dependent on how the product was  made but how well it is presented to the rest of the world. The concept of producing films from comic book characters is a popular trend in the entertainment industry today. One amazing example of success in terms of movie […]

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Episode 13: Interviews With Nick Disabato and Caroline Moore

Episode 13: Interviews With Nick Disabato and Caroline Moore

| July 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

In this episode, we sit down with WMC Fest Speakers Nick Disabato and Caroline Moore. We talk to Nick about his experience as an interaction designer and publisher from Chicago. And we talk to Caroline about her experience as a photographer for both metal shows and weddings. Simon joins us once again to give us the […]

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Striking vintage bag tag art

Striking vintage bag tag art

| July 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

While airline travel in recent years has become a mundane exercise in getting from point A to B, it was merely a few decades ago that flying the friendly skies was full of glamour and prestige. It’s little wonder, then, that today’s functional baggage tags look nothing like they did in the 1950s — in […]

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Announcing the Wireframe Sound Wave Texture Pack!

Announcing the Wireframe Sound Wave Texture Pack!

| July 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

Dustin does it again! The Valleys in the Vinyl founder (who just released some cool neon textures) is back with a vengeance. After the microscopic fingerprints textures and the fractal space pack, he has yet another very unique set ready for us today. Introducing the Wireframe Sound Wave Texture Pack The pack includes 15 unique […]

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Twitter gets Redesigned: A Digital Experience Concept by Fred Nerby

Twitter gets Redesigned: A Digital Experience Concept by Fred Nerby

| July 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

Twitter is one of the major platforms we use to communicate online. A single tweet can reach millions of people across the globe making the site a primary source of news updates, music, photos and most of the things that get viral over the Internet. There has been not much changes in terms of Twitter’s […]

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Buy and sell design services at Microlancer.com

Buy and sell design services at Microlancer.com

| July 30, 2013 | Comments (0)

Microlancer is a brand new site from the Envato network, designed to simplify outsourcing small design jobs. Everything from websites to logos can be ordered from professional suppliers worldwide. Freelancers who would like to offer services can sign up and start offering services immediately. Microlancer is designed to speed up the process of outsourcing design projects […]

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