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There are already many tools which we can talk about for web design and web development on your iPad . Apps that allow us to create a color scheme, retouch images and write and work with CSS3, create your own fonts in minutes, create apps for iPhone and iPod, etc.. Here is a selection of fifteen of the best apps available on iTunes that you can use while outside the office and take advantage of to work more productively. Paper Adobe Ideas Palettes Pro Palettes Pro is an ideal tool for creating and maintaining color palettes and color schemes.
Have you ever felt bored with the plain colored background on your website? When a plain colored background can’t create the mood you want to present in your design, maybe you should try to improve your design by using a tiled pattern for your background. Though repetitive patterns often remind us of the old-fashioned era, sometimes a pattern can also be the answer to your confusion in taking your design appearance to the next level. Let’s take a look at some examples of nice websites with a repetitive pattern as the background below. Some Good Examples
Vintage and retro style designs can be a beautiful thing. By using a combination of rough textures, grunge patterns and brushes meant to add an aged or used appearance, designers can easily pull of this timeless look. To compliment this aged appearance, it is important to use the proper typography to help match the style you are trying to represent. To help you out, I’ve rounded up 40 attractive retro and vintage fonts to use in your designs. Bobel Parisian
Before starting any project it’s essential to get the right preliminary information from your clients. This will help pave the way to a successful project, assist in bringing client’s vision into perspective and build a lasting relationship. Many of the questions below will also help in putting together an accurate quote for your client. Things such as deadlines, usage, etc. should take into account pricing. Since my primary focus in is logo design, below are 20 questions to ask your clients prior to beginning their new logo design . Also, many of these questions can be applied to other forms of design, so feel free to integrate them into your questions for various forms of print and web design.