I ♥ wireframes - The ultimate source of inspiration and collection of resources for wireframes. One div - The single element HTML/CSS icon database. De la simplicité: Amazon.fr: John Maeda, Jean-Luc Fidel. Ergonomie web : Pour des sites web efficaces: Amazon.fr: Amélie Boucher, Elie Sloïm.
Design émotionnel eBook: Aarron Walter, Jared Spool: Amazon.fr: Boutique Kindle. Broadcast Yourself. “How much does a website cost?” and other pricing questions. If there’s one thing nobody seems to want to talk about, it’s pricing. Most designers don’t publish their rates, and good luck getting a company to tell you how much they paid for their site. The results of this situation is that it can be pretty hard to know how much to spent on design.
Though we are certainly not an industry without our faults and flaws. In fact, with that same discerning eye one can look around and see examples of our less than stellar industry moments. In fact, one can even point to common examples of balls being dropped in various areas. For example, in the usability arena of web design. Simon Foster Design. Free Faces. Free textures for your next web project. Shading with CSS text-shadows.
Last Thursday in New Orleans I attended a glass gilding workshop with John Downer and Leonard Otillio, part of TypeCon 2011.
It was excellent, and I cannot recommend the experience highly enough. As a web designer, it felt great to use physical materials. And to be around John and Leonard, such careful stewards of their craft, was an education I could abstract; it’s easy to see opportunities for similar craftsmanship in the subtle and practical details of web typesetting. During the workshop I picked up a few sign painting terms that were new to me, and relevant to web designers as browser support for CSS text-shadows becomes more widespread.
A well-chosen font is fundamental as it has to be distinctive and attractive, to catch the reader’s eye and make him want to read the given information. A well-selected font is an important key to the success of the project you work on, especially if you want your content to be read. Surely, designers know that there is countless number of free fonts available, so finding the ideal font for you can be very difficult, unless, you already know what you are looking for.
The variety of fonts can make you go crazy and makes it difficult to decide whether you are looking for a classic font or something that is original and fun. Hopefully, this article can make your search a little bit easier. Infinity Blox Banda Regular Otama e.p. Creatica Broken Records. How to Create a Tasty Web 2.0 Text Logo. The best part of using Adobe Illustrator especially when creating logo design is that all your works are saved in vector files.
Which means you can adjust the size of your logo without sacrificing the quality of your design. Today, you will learn how to create a logo design with adobe illustrator. This tutorial may help you to create a logotype for various kind of food products and concepts: candies, juice, cereals and so on. The sort of type treatment used in this tutorial is ideal to bring to the consumer an incredible need to eat and drink! Final Preview Below are the steps to create a crunchy and nice logo, clean and legible (like the logo above). Step 1 Start with choosing the right font. Once your word written, vectorize the text. It”s important to have a single form to proceed, so we”ll have to clean the uneeded anchor points. Step 2 Once selected, press Cmd + Shift + G to ungroup, select the Make Compund Shape in the drop down list. Step 3 Ads Step 4 Step 5 Now choose your colors. 2011 Logo Design Trends - Showcase, Examples & Discussion.
Posted on 30'11 Apr Posted on April 30, 2011 along with 53 JUST™ Creative Comments Logo Lounge, for the past nine years, has posted annual logo design trend reports and they have just released the 2011 logo design trends report. I would love to hear your thoughts on the showcased trends. Do these identity / branding trends effect you or your process? Do you agree with these suggestions? Have you noticed any other trends? Logo Lounge: 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003Disucssion on JCD: 2011 | 2010 | 2009.
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