14 Nov 2011 No Comments
in Branding, christmas, Creative Resume, Design, design mania, design resources, Icons, Logo design, Photography, PSD Tags: Christmas Icons, Creative Resume, design mania, Free PSD, Icons, inspiration, Logo design, Logo trends 2011, Photography, Resources
Forced Perspective Photography
When it comes to inspiration then there is no limitation on resources. Photography is one of the key sources of inspiration for some of our past work. Here we talking about photography of Specific form named as “Forced Perspective Photography” which I find usually amaze me. If you know how to shoot a photo then you can also change something fairly simple to something creative or abstract or otherwise more artistic. You don’t need any special skills for taking such shots. It all depends on the environment and perfect timing.
Christmas snow globe icon (PSD)
Friends, as the Christmas season is oncoming, I am excited to release this beautiful Christmas snow globe icon in Photoshop format. This realistic illustration can be used as icon for your Christmas related web and graphic projects. The download comes with 3 PSD files each tweaked to fit on white, red and blue backgrounds. All the layers in the PSD files are full vector shape layers, so this means you can resize it to any resolution without losing quality.
10 Beautiful Resume HTML Templates
10 Beautiful Resume HTML Templates Posted November 8th, 2011 in Inspiration by Eko S A resume is a place to summarizing your life experiences, and you needs a resume which should represent your abilities in such a beautiful and inspiring way. However, today you are no longer limited our resume to text on a a piece of paper. You have the opportunity to be much more creative with how you present yourself to interviewers, so why not make use of it.
2011 Logo Design Trends
Every year, it’s worth noting that this is a report on trends, not a recipe book of styles. It is also not a finite list: There are other valid trends out there that are not mentioned here.The report should serve you as an ongoing view of where logo design is headed. The word “trends” in itself can have a very negative cast, but in truth, trends aren’t bad. They reveal our growth. It’s our take on them that allows us to move even further forward.