Sat 20 Nov 2010 by abagond
In many apps, icons are used to illustrate a specific function — it can be used for everything from information to actions.
Today I thought I’d share something a little different, and hopefully useful for all you fellow dreamers- a list of some of the websites I’ve found that exude creative coolness or spark inspiration in some way.
I have used every one of these resources as a graphic designer and website developer and have hand picked all of these resources based on their usefulness and overall quality. I hope you find these resources as useful as I do!
Web Apps are popping up everywhere. Five years or so ago, we could live without them, but as the internet has evolved we use them more and more in our daily lives.
Though there’s a broad variety of fonts available for download online, designers keep on tracing the fresh ones to enhance their design copy, a website, brochure, or even an advertisement in a brand new an’ awesome way.
There is a lot of buzz around QR codes at the moment, so we thought we would take a look at some of the most creative and stunning QR code business cards on the web.
If you use Photoshop to create some catching graphics , whether it is for a website or for a corporate logo or banner , I bet you know the value of good, professionally made patterns. Photoshop patterns are commonly used to create backgrounds; and a properly chosen background can form the reliable basement for the whole project. It is true that Photoshop offers a set of patterns, provided by default installation.
There are some amazing new font foundries on the design scene who are doing some brilliant work and making it available to designers and developers everywhere for next to nothing. The release of a new font or font family sees the release of a free weight, a trending practice that garners no complaints from anyone.
This week I would like to show you 10 cool resource websites, each one of them offering various examples of images, links, wallpapers etc.
DesignWoop welcomes this guest post by Tomas Laurinavicius .
Daniel Alves is the design director for the small business web design division at the digital marketing and web design company 352 Media Group. The navigation bar is the most important design element on a website.
Something that always comes handy we all need to use Brushes while creating some new designs.
A stunning and eye-catching icon is an asset to any web design, but icons used in Mobile Web Design become an essential part of the user interface. What makes a mobile icon effective and stimulating is a large shape, unique visual style and the ability to communicate its intended use clearly, without requiring a lot of additional context.