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.
02 Dec 2010
in Design, Design blog, design mania, design resources, Photography, Portfolio Designs, Tutorials, Typography, web design Tags: creative thoughts, design mania, inspiration, Photography, Portfolio Designs, Resources, web design
The Word Art of Juan Osborne
“A picture is worth a thousand words’. We’re sure you’ve heard this expression a million times before, but you probably have not quite ‘seen’ it yet…Juan Osborne is a Spanish architect and designer, that has literally taken this expression and created stunning art with this concept. His amazing compositions are made up of words, literally thousands of words!
Mind Blowing Showcase of Glamour & Beauty With a Sense of Creativity
Glamour photography is a genre of photography whereby the subjects, usually female, are portrayed in a romantic or sexually alluring way. The subjects may be fully clothed or seminude but glamour photography stops short of deliberately arousing the viewer and being hardcore pornography.
Modern Element Trends In Magazine-Styled Webdesign Of 2010
Many web designers today are moving away from the traditional layout of a website. One of the layouts that are in trend today is magazine or news style of website. Magazine-styled website offer good usability, clean typography, and professional interface.
20 Creative Web Portfolio Designs Of 2010 From deviantart
Every one love Web Design and giving inspirational designs to others. I think this can be show by portfolio web designs because this is the way where you can represent your work and about yourself with beautiful textures, colors and have creative user interface.
09 Nov 2010
in advertising, Branding, creative thoughts, Design, Design blog, design mania, design resources, Portfolio Designs, web design Tags: backgrounds, creative thoughts, design mania, inspiration, Resources, Useful PSD Files, web design, web designs agencies
Examples of Big Backgrounds in Web Design
A trend in web design that has been popular for a while, and still seems to be gaining momentum, is the use of big background images. It’s an easy and effective way to add lots of interest to a design and set the overall tone with one photo or illustration.
Things You Should Do Immediately After Launching a Website
So you’ve just launched your website. The only thing left now is to start creating content and arranging for some promotion, right? Well, not so fast. You first have to do several things to ensure that your site is set up properly and ready for the public. Here are a few things you should do right after launching a website
30 best web designs agencies around the world
It is why I decide today to let you discover what I found; also, find now the selection of the 30 most beautiful, efficient and original companies websites..
Stunning & Useful PSD Files & Resources
We are going to share with you above 35 useful and handy psd files and resources for free download. Its a mixture of various graphics components and files made available in photoshop psd file.
11 Oct 2010
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
Inspiring Advertisement Designs
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.
Fresh Examples of Minimal Web Design
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.
Excellent Photography-Related Tutorials
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.
Can Experience be Designed?
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?
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.
07 Sep 2010
in creative thoughts, CSS, Design, design mania, design resources, Portfolio Designs, web design, Web interface Tags: Bookshelf Designs, CSS, design mania, designs, portfolio, Portfolio Designs, Resources, web design
Inspirational Advanced CSS Based Web Designs
We would like to share with you the great and well designed CSS based websites. These web designs are based on advanced CSS and web standards and we can call these web sites prestigious and high quality. Some of the web designs in this post are also the award winning designs and recommended by the most experience and professionals web designers in the world.
Fresh Web Designer Tools and Resources
For today’s design news we have highlighted some fresh tools and resources for all you web and app designers out there. There are a couple of tools to help with any CSS3 and HTML5 development issues you may have, there is a marvelous new technique for styling buttons, and finally, and perhaps the coolest of all,some time saving iPad actions for Photoshop.
Inspiring Portfolio Designs
Portfolio designs can be a great source of inspiration. After all, a portfolio is not only a place to showcase one’s work, but is also a designer’s home on the web. It’s a portfolio piece in itself that represents what the designer is all about. For this reason, you’ll usually find extra amounts of creativity and attention to detail. A designer will put in this extra effort in order to show off their stuff and to attract new clients.
Unusual And Desirable Bookshelf Designs
Design is everywhere, all the buildings, cars, planes, clothes and even bookshelves are designed by the designers. Such different visual design is good inspiration source for web and graphic designers because it’s totally different creative field somehow related of course.
25 Aug 2010
in creative thoughts, CSS, Design, Design blog, design mania, Iphone, Photography, Portfolio Designs, web design Tags: Consumerism, creative thoughts, CSS, design mania, Iphone, Perspective Photography, Photography, Portfolio Designs, web design
Beautiful & Creative Portfolio Designs
There are thousands of online Portfolios around and it’s really hard to select few. Still some designer’s work which however, reaches beyond the simple design work to a piece of art and the result is so wonderful then a regular web design that it made his work memorable. We are always looking for inspiration, specially when it comes to web design.
Is Consumerism Killing Our Creativity?
Have you ever fallen into a black hole of comparison shopping? You’re looking for a new digital camera, for instance. You head over to Cnet.com and read some reviews of various cameras, watch the video demos, identify the model you want.
Brilliant Examples of Forced Perspective Photography
Forced perspective is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, filmmaking and architecture. It manipulates human visual perception through the use of scaled objects and the correlation between them and the vantage point of the spectator or camera.
Webdesign & CSS inspiration for iPhone
CSSiPhone is the first ever iPhone CSS Gallery which displays iPhone web interfaces for iPhone inspiration. you will find good collection and get inspired. Enjooy
04 Aug 2010
in Design, design mania, design resources, Digital painting, Photography, Web interface, Wedding photography Tags: Computer graphic, design mania, Digital painting, outdoor advertisments, Photography, under construction page, web design, Wedding photography
Marvellous CG Portraits of Girls
Computer graphics (CG) art is capable of generating the most realistic and incredible effects which was once claimed utterly impossible. The extent to which CG can replicate human characteristics is simply breathtaking. With the power of CG art, one could easily mistake images for real life portraits.
Funny & creative outdoor advert designs
With less space restrictions, outdoor advertisement has become a great stage for creative ideas to come to life. Getting noticed in a busy street or crowded hallway isn’t easy, but the reward of reaching millions of consumers has possessed marketers to come up with some amazing , creative, outdoor advertisements.
To tell the story of one of the most memorable experiences of your life in a series of great photographs that you will love. With over 10 years of experience in professional photography, and many friends & weddings later, we feel we provide not only a comfortable and fun experience, but also exceptional value.
Best Under Construction Pages
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03 Aug 2010
in Design, design mania, icon, Icons, logo, Logo design, Web interface Tags: design mania, Icons, Logo design, Origami, web design
Interesting & Modern Use of Paper Art AKA Origami
Modern Paper Art AKA OrigamiOrigami is the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD and was popularized in the mid-1900s. It has since then evolved into a modern art form. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of material into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques, and as such the use of cuts or glue are not considered to be origami.
A 6-Step General Process for Producing a Website
When it comes to building a website, it helps to have a process to follow, especially if you are just getting started as a web designer. Good guidelines can help you work better by keeping forgetfulness to a minimum.
Vibricons – 15 Free Vibrant PNG Icons
a collection of vibrant PNG icons that you can use for both personal and commercial purposes without attribution. Each of the icons are supplied in 128, 64, 48 and 32 pixel sizes. These icons are released free of charge for both personal or commercial purposes and can be used without attribution.
Beautiful Blue Logos
Logos can be a tricky thing to get right, so we have collected 20 beautiful blue logos which will hopefully help inspire you when your next designing a logo.
02 Aug 2010
in CSS3, Design, design mania, design resources, jquery, Typography, Web interface Tags: creative thoughts, CSS, CSS3, design mania, jquery, jQuery effects, Resources, Tourism Websites, Typography, Typography Examples, web design
Beautiful Image Styling Tutorials With CSS,jQuery
You don’t have to always use Photoshop to style your images. Some cool effects can be achieved trough CSS, jQuery etc too and I strongly suggest you to continue reading to find out how to do it!
Worldy Inspiration from Tourism Websites
In this post, we’re showcasing some great official tourism websites from various countries and cities around the world.Most of them feature stunning photography and use typography and color that are reminiscent of the particular city or country.
The Top 5 Qualities of Productive Creatives
By our lights, the notion of “creativity” can’t be separated from the skills required for creative execution. So our analysis of the characteristics crucial to creativity focuses particularly on the skills that facilitate putting ideas into action.
Remarkable Typography Examples
Typography is the art and technique of arranging type, type design, and modifying type glyphs. Type glyphs are created and modified using a variety of illustration techniques.