You! Be Inspired! – Amazing Ballpoint Pen Artworks by Samuel Silva

You! Be Inspired! – Amazing Ballpoint Pen Artworks by Samuel Silva

| November 14, 2012 | Comments (0)

Most of us usually use a pen for writing or doodling on paper but Portuguese professional lawyer Samuel Silva can do more than that. By just using a common set of Bic ballpoint pens, Samuel creates amazing realistic portraits for about 5 – 50 hours. Knowing that creating art is just a “hobby” for him […]

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15 easy ways to lose clients

15 easy ways to lose clients

| November 14, 2012 | Comments (0)

Clients are an important part of any business. But when it comes to web design, clients are everything! Whether it is an individually run enterprise or an establishment owned by several stakeholders; acquiring new clients and retaining old ones is an essential aspect for maintaining your web design business. With increasing competition on the Internet, it […]

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How to keep your text clean

How to keep your text clean

| November 14, 2012 | Comments (0)

Nothing is more important than readability when it comes to the text on your website. Absolutely nothing. If you can’t read the words, then what good are you doing? Who is getting your message? Just as important as the words themselves is the design of the text – from fonts, to hyphenation, to how it […]

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Business Card Designs for Popular TV Characters

Business Card Designs for Popular TV Characters

| November 14, 2012 | Comments (0)

Television and print are equally different types of media. But what if we make both world’s meet? Today, we showcase some awesome business card designs for our favorite characters from popular television shows. Each card design was inspired by the theme of the show where the character came from. Front and back sides of the […]

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Design Icon: Annie Leibovitz

Design Icon: Annie Leibovitz

| November 14, 2012 | Comments (0)

Photography is one of the fastest rising artistic hobbies in recent years. The advancement of technology in the field of camera making has allowed a lot of people to own a camera and practice the art of photography in their own time and means. But while most of us are just starting with this craft, […]

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The UX Threshold

The UX Threshold

| November 14, 2012 | Comments (0)

In Crappy Computers Lukas Mathis presents the idea that casual users should not settle for low-end, underpowered devices, since it is exactly those devices that will cause them the most problems. Where the “pro” user can push through the limitations and the faults of a weaker device, the less tech savvy user will be left […]

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Kestrel flys into view

Kestrel flys into view

| November 13, 2012 | Comments (0)

Born in London, England in the early 1950s, Alan Meeks began his career as a trainee artist, typographer and typeface designer in 1970. He joined Letraset as senior designer and studio manager in 1975, where he was responsible for artistic output, including 40 of his own typefaces. Together with Type Director Colin Brignall, Meeks is […]

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How to Start a Graphic Design Business

How to Start a Graphic Design Business

| November 13, 2012 | Comments (0)

It is not an easy decision to transform yourself from being an employee to being your own boss. One starts by working as freelancer, where one gets to know the depths of the sea. And transforming oneself into one’s own boss is an important step to success to web designing world. If you think that […]

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How to plan better content

How to plan better content

| November 13, 2012 | Comments (0)

Building stuff for the web is fun. Want to know what isn’t? Waiting on a client to give you content so that you can launch their bloody website. Before I founded my startup, I worked as a freelancer and built websites for all kinds of clients. I often found that my entire process would fall […]

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40+ essential WordPress plugins

40+ essential WordPress plugins

| November 13, 2012 | Comments (0)

If you run your website on WordPress, chances are you use at least a handful of plugins. That’s what’s so great about a CMS like WP: rather than some huge bloated system with every feature under the sun, the use of plugins lets you add just the functionality you need, without taxing your site’s resources […]

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