24 Sep 2014 No Comments
24 Sep 2014 No Comments
12 Apr 2013 No Comments
Designing Mobile Apps, Where to Start?
Mobile Design is an area of design that started to develop and evolve a couple of years ago. With the launch of the iPhone and the App Store in 2008, the development of mobile applications started to become a more interesting market, since there was finally good mobile hardware and ecosystem. Read More
Microsoft brings 3D maps to Excel users
Microsoft has rolled out a new visualization feature for Excel called GeoFlow. It’s definitely pretty, and if you’re using Windows and trying to track activity over space and time, it might be useful, too. Read More
Twitter Music App is Launching Friday
Get ready to rock. Twitter is about to launch its long-rumored standalone music app Friday, according to a report. The app’s existence was rapidly becoming one of the worst-kept secrets in social media, especially after American Idol host Ryan Seacrest randomly tweeted about its existence earlier Thursday. Read More
App of the Day
With its gorgeous interface and game changing engine, it’s easy to see why Procreate is one of the hottest iPad apps available today. Whether storyboarding the next Hollywood blockbuster, illustrating a children’s book, or just having fun, Procreate will put you into a league of your own. Read More
20 Jul 2011 No Comments
in Design, design mania, Ipad apps, Iphone apps, iPhone4, Photography, Print Design, Typography, UI design, User experience Tags: Appstore, color, creative thoughts, design mania, inspiration, Ipad apps, Iphone app, iPhone4, Print Design, Typography
30 Excellent iPad App Interfaces
iPad, often called a revolutionary device, came to the design industry with new possibilities for designers to show off what they can create for this modern gadget. There are no doubts that apps for Apple iPad look beautiful and stunning. Multi-touch and other modern technologies allow users to actually feel the designs. In this post, you will find 30 excellent designed iPad app interface examples. Read more
Typography in Print Media Advertisements
Choosing the proper type for a project is really important since we need to think about the message we want to communicate, the “consumer” we want to reach and the tone we want to impress. We can have serious type for a serious message and funny type for something more humorous. Combining the right typography with nice elements, colors and shapes will get you a really nice result. Read more
Is a color just a color?
For centuries color has been used to provide distinction between classes, businesses, kings, courts and everything else in between. So what exactly is in a color? Does it matter that purple has been used in connotations with royalty?Does it matter that most fast food places logos are red to stimulate your appetite? So a color is a color right? Not exactly. Read more
20 iPhone apps to help you create amazing photographs
With the arrival of the iPhone in 2007, iPhoneography, a new art form for photography was born.Developers have been working fast and furiously to keep up with the frenzy of interest with apps that are moving photography to a new level. Read more
11 Oct 2010 No Comments
in advertising, Branding, creative Ads, Design, design mania, Minimal design, Photography, Tutorials, User experience, web design, Web interface Tags: advertising, design mania, Minimal design, Print Media Advertisments, web design
Advertisements can be dull and boring, or they can stand out with their own unique flare. In this post I will be sharing 20 inspiring advertisement designs that step outside the normal boundaries.
There is nothing more inspiring than a clean and minimal website. A design with few elements representing something. The saying “less is more”, even though somewhat cliche, couldn’t be more true.
With the advent of affordable digital cameras and photo-editing software such as Photoshop, what used to be an expensive profession is more and more accessible to casual individuals.
Do experience designers shape how users feel or do they shape with respect to how users feel? A small but important nuance. Did you catch it? No?
09 Jul 2010 No Comments
How Do You Apologize to Clients?
Flash-free Nexus One Faster than iPhone 4
The Pencil iPad Stand :
Inspiration: The beauty of electronic circuits:
Free Clean and Minimal WordPress Themes
02 Jul 2010 No Comments
in apple, Design, design mania, fashion, Iphone, Iphone apps, User experience, video, Worldcup Tags: apple, creative thoughts, design mania, fashion, iPhone4, Retina Display, video, web design, Worldcup
Great Ads of the 2010 World Cup
iphone 4 Retina Display:
Become the fashion designer…Style Studio Iphone app:
The Key to Creating Remarkable Things
23 Jun 2010 No Comments
WHAT’S NEXT FOR THE ONLINE EXPERIENCE?
Psychological Study of Web Designs
Apple iPhone 4: Hands-on review
The First iPhone 4 Game?