31 Jan 2011
in creative thoughts, Design blog, design mania, design resources, HTML5, Posters, Typography, web design Tags: creative thoughts, design mania, HTML5, inspiration, Typography, web design
Fun & Clever Examples of HTML5
HTML5 is here to stay and it IS the new standard. We’ve done some cool round-ups on here before that give several great examples of new sites made with HTML5. Instead of a repeat performance I thought I’d hunt down a few examples that are a bit out there on the edges, showing off some of the cool new things you can do with HTML5. A few of them have been around for a while but I’ve made sure to include a few new ones too. And some that, though subtle, show a keen use of design given some new native abilities.
Electrifying and Colorful Typography Poster Designs
Lets share with you some electrifying and amazing poster designs for your inspiration and boost your creativity. I compile some of the awesome work and the use of color and typography in these posters is mind blowing and worth to watch. The mixture of illustrations, bright and bold colors and the typography make these posters kind of unique and special. Great resource of graphic design and you can fetch bundle of ideas to design posters.
Are You An Armchair Creative?
As creative professionals, we pride ourselves on doing — making ideas happen — instead of passively consuming, like the couch potatoes with their remote controls. As Jakob Nielson said, television is “lean back” media, and we prefer the “lean forward” experience creating something with our computer
Starting A Web Design Business
If you don’t like the idea of working for somebody else and you’re quite attracted to idea of world domination then starting a web design business might be right up your alley. Unfortunately though, contrary to popular speculation, it’s not an easy ride. In fact it’s probably the number one most difficult path which you could choose to follow in this industry.
14 Sep 2010
As many of you right now, the <canvas> element is one of the most popular additions to the HTML5 standards. It is widely supported by popular browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera (Internet Explorer supports it in their IE9 beta version). This guide will explore the use of HTML5’s <canvas> element through a fun example: bouncing a blue ball around.
Simple Ways to Get Paid More by Clients
As freelancers, we all want to make more money. But freelancing doesn’t scale, so there’s always a ceiling. There’s a limit as to how many clients you can take on, right? So how do you make more money, if you can’t or don’t want to take on more clients?
Expressive Web Typography: Useful Examples and Techniques
Wherever we turn online, typography jumps out at us — sometimes literally, with the assistance of some clever coding. And now more than ever, we are seeing greater focus on this design element and its varied implementations around the Web.
Generative Digital Art: Tutorials and Inspiration
Generative art is a sort of blanket term for any sort of art which is created or composed using algorithmic or random processes, such as Brian Eno‘s 77 Million Paintings, which composites Eno’s visual art in such a way that there are literally 77 million possible combinations.
10 Sep 2010
in CSS3, Design, Design blog, design mania, design resources, freebie, HTML5, web design Tags: Autumn Designs, design mania, freebie, HTML5, Tutorials
Leaves Turning Yellow – 30 Inspirational Autumn Designs
Autumn is a season which lavishes with wonderful colors, an exuberance of seasonal fruits and sometimes it makes us feel nostalgic. Today, I put together a collection of beautiful autumn related images to inspire you. Check them out!
Freebie release: Professional Business template in Photoshop PSD
This exclusive freebie is a pack of 5-page Professional Business Website Templates in Photoshop .PSD format. The design uses a clean, slick and professional look throughout the templates with blue as the accentuating color. The design is ideal for your business or corporate website.
HTML5 and CSS3 Web Page Tutorials
The arrival of HTML5 and CSS3 has given web designers a major sense of excitement by offering a broader range of options, creative opportunities and shortcuts for designing a web page. We could talk about all of these new features endlessly, instead, to keep things simple, we have highlighted four web tutorials that make use of HTML5 and CSS3 perfectly and that demonstrate effectively the potential power of these fantastic technologies.
Ordering CSS3 Properties
Ordering CSS3 Properties By: Chris Coyier on 9/7/2010 When writing CSS3 properties, the modern wisdom is to list the “real” property last and the vendor prefixes first:
21 Jul 2010
in CSS3, Design, Design blog, design mania, HTML5, Ipad Tags: creative thoughts, CSS3, design mania, HTML editor, HTML5, Ipad, wallpapers, web design
CSS3 Ads Versus Flash Ads
The CSS3 Ads run way smoother than the Flash versions. This working draft of Arne’s CSS3 ads works in newer WebKit browsers (Safari 4, Chrome 5, Mobile Safari) and degrades gracefully in Firefox and IE7+, displaying only the last frame of the animation.
Magnificient iPad Wallpapers
iPad is one of the newest product of Apple and it has taken over the public like a storm. Apple has sold over 5 million iPads. iPad is supposed to revolutionize the way we do things. iPad is a cool device and it is important to represent who you are from your iPad. The best way to express yourself is through wallpapers
Aloha: The HTML5 Editor
Aloha Editor is an easy to use WYSIWYG HTML editor, featuring fast editing, floating menu, and support for HTML5 ContentEditable. It provides WYSIWYG editor to any website content instantaneously, enabling content editors to see the changes the moment they type.
well-designed examples of block quotes and pull quotes
A collection of well designed examples of block quotes and pull quotes from websites.
12 Jun 2010
in Design, Flash, HTML5 Tags: Flash, HTML5
HTML5 or FLASH.. Let the examples do the talking.
sexy ads…Think only about the creativity… See with your own responsibility
11 UI Kits for iPhone and iPad Development