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User Interface, UX & Web Design Blog

User Interface, UX & Web Design Blog
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Menlook.com lance un service de styliste privé Pour pallier un manque de temps ou tout simplement d'inspiration, Menlook.com accompagne ses clients dans le choix de leur garde-robe. Le site marchand, qui proposait déjà un service de conseil personnalisé par un styliste au téléphone, développe désormais un nouveau service de styliste gratuit et privé, baptisé "Georges". Le principe : le membre crée son profil sur le site www.georgesprivé.com après avoir demandé une invitation ou un accès. Il prend ensuite un rendez-vous téléphonique avec sa styliste pour identifier ses goûts, ses besoins et son budget. Celui-ci reçoit ensuite une malle, livrée gratuitement à domicile, contenant 10 à 15 pièces (prêt-à-porter, chaussures, accessoires) correspondant à son profil. Cette sélection est issue des sites Menlook.com et oki-ni.com, recensant plus de 10 000 références dans les dernières collections de 350 marques (Nike, Tommy Hilfiger, Lanvin, Kenzo, Ralph Lauren, A.P.C., Hugo Boss, etc.).

Applying Visual Storytelling to Website Designs Design Throughout history, storytelling has been an important communication tool - it’s how people connect with one another through means of entertainment, education, and even to instill moral values in one another. While the earliest forms of storytelling were parlayed through oral communications with gestures and expressions, the landscape for storytelling has shifted with the advent of digital technologies. The role of the visual message in our communication processes has transcended mediums, not only helping people relate to a theme but allowing us as designers to intertwine content in presentation. In our quest to create the perfect design, we often analyze components like style, layout, mark-up, usability, and the flow of content, that it’s easy to overlook a key element of design: storytelling. Creating a Tale Online "In every culture all around the world, storytelling is how people connect with one another. Image credit: marcwathieu Message Semiotics Iconic Symbolic Indexical Moodboards

38 Good Logo Designs From The First Two Months Of 2011 Two months from 2011 have already past and logo designers have been active in this period, creating and/or submitting their beautiful logo designs to inspirational galleries to get critiques or simply appreciation. It’s been a pleasure searching for these logos through a batch of over a 100 pieces cause I could see a lot of creative and full of vibrant colors logos. Enjoy! Heaven Chicos Chicken FatCat coffee Tortensucht Libra GulfCoast Capital Skinny’s Animal Rescue Quote Clips Cheeseeki Watercolor Lunch with me Wriking Hippo Tubs Boston Digital Simcha Creative Clouds Lalalove Worq Chiron Oracle One Empire Dentistry Iconik Franz Bernard ECCE Femina The Caleb Companies Mobsicle J. Robin nomade Handy Andy Fetcher Circumo Celebri.tv Twyst Handel getwithIT

Media Queries 50 Beautiful Color Palettes for Your Next Web Project Choosing the right color scheme is essential to your website’s success. Your layout and other design choices — including font — should be developed in concert with your color scheme, which can ensure readability, cohesiveness, and beauty in the final product. Unfortunately, making that choice or creating a color palette from scratch can be quite the challenge. That’s why for today’s post I’ve put together a collection of 50 beautiful color palettes that are ready to use for your next web project. If you like these, check out another 24 palettes I’ve recently rounded up. Getting the Most Out of This Post Before diving into the color palettes I’ve collected, I want to mention a few tools that can help you get the most out of this post. Editor’s Note: Want to make your own palettes even better? Remember that Photoshop will display certain colors far more vibrantly than they will look on the web when you use hex codes. That’s all. Pick Your Palette Bonus Resources!

Comment réussir sur Internet sans aucune leçon ? Pour celles et ceux, qui me connaissent déjà, vous savez l’importance que je prête à la rédaction tant pour le Web que pour le Print. Il ne s’agit pas ici de promouvoir mes prestations et mes services, puisqu’il vous suffit de parcourir mon blog pour me découvrir et me transmettre vos commandes. Aujourd’hui, je vais avant tout me baser sur ma longue expérience (plus de 10 ans) de directeur de centre de profit (dans la vie bien réelle cette fois-ci) pour vous faire prendre conscience que votre plus grande force réside dans votre…identité. D’où le titre de cet article reprenant les conseils, que vous retrouverez sur tous les sites des agences de référencement. Ces derniers vous expliquent que les articles commençant par « Comment….en 3 leçons, en 10 conseils, en 5 étapes … ? La stabilité, une valeur refuge même en cas de crise Une fois votre projet défini (e-commerce, blog, site vitrine,…), veillez à toujours conserver le même cadre et le même état d’esprit. Source image : Shutterstock.

Visual Storytelling Awards 2014 Closed for entries. Winners will be announced in late November 2014 Show Us Your Story This is an international call to discover the best visual storytellers today — from all corners of the world! We are searching for photography in Documentary, Personal Stories, Photojournalism, Fictional Narratives, and any other photography that tells a story. You are invited to participate. We believe photographs tell stories that can reach the broadest audiences — across all cultures, languages, political borders and age groups. Most of all, we want to be surprised and delighted: learn things we didn't know; understand situations from different points of view; see stories that sear themselves into our imaginations and become unforgettable. Visual Storytelling 2014 International Jury James Estrin Lens Blog Co-Editor The New York Times New York City, USA lens.blogs.nytimes.com more about James Magdalena Herrera Director of Photography Geo France Paris, France www.geo.fr more about Magdalena Dewi Lewis

How to Design a Logo: A 5-Step Process An experienced logo designer knows that designing a great logo requires an equally great design process to ensure that the outcome is outstanding. I have broken down the logo design process into five steps that will create an effective pathway from initial brief to final presentation. Though each designer will have his or her own process, I would like to discuss a process that has worked for me and other logo designers. There are no shortcuts to a great logo design; if you don’t put in the work at each step of the design process, you won’t get the most optimal results. You owe it not only to your clients, but also to your design portfolio, to follow a judicious logo design process so that you can complete the project efficiently and effectively. Here’s a visual that summarizes the five-step process that I will discuss: Step 1: Design Brief Some clients know exactly what logo they want and give you all the information you need to produce it without you having to ask. Step 2: Research Summary

Modern Web Design Styles: A Comprehensive Analysis & Showcase Written by Abe Ekbatani Modern Web Design Styles: A Comprehensive Analysis & Showcase Part One: Prelude What is a ‘Modern Web Design’? It seems that we have got an extensive subject on our hands; these, and a few more, are the questions that I intend to answer in this introductory article. The advancement of technology in the IT industry, particularly the web, in the last decade has resulted in important changes in web design area. 1- Simplicity: Modern websites, regardless of the style applied, are basically intended to be simple and clear. 2- Content- & Data-oriented: In order to address the desired target users effectively, modern websites – particularly business sites – have become more informative. 3- Print Inspiration: In order to emphasize on the above mentioned feature through taking inspiration from the real world, modern web design takes good advantage of the printing industry. 10- Responsive Design: Last but not least, is the emergence of responsive technique in modern web era.

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