C.C Earlier this year I was commissioned to create the film campaign for exciting Australian Horror/Thriller Lemon Tree Passage. In true horror fashion, one early morning I received a call that said I had 7 days to create the artwork. 7 days to cast, clothe & make up a group of disheveled teenage victims & shoot the several elements needed for the end composite, locate & shoot a beautiful vintage car with an inspiring dashboard, composite & retouch the whole artwork in both Quad, Onesheet & TwoSheet format, create the title designs, as well as 2 days of solid file transferring ready for Berlinale festival. A challenge? Definitely. The concept was fantastic - very filmic with a classic, almost old school horror style envisioned by the director & producer themselves. With a lengthy background in advertising, they had a really clear vision of how they saw the end design.
How to Start a Business Online How to Start a Business Online 7 tried and true steps for attracting visitors to your site–and getting them to buy. Article written by Allen Moon, a contributing writer for Entrepreneur.com There is a proven sequence of steps you can follow to guarantee your success when you’re starting a small business online. I’ve seen thousands of people start and grow successful businesses by doing the following: Find a need and fill it.Write copy that sells.Design and build an easy-to-use website.Use search engines to drive traffic to your site.Establish an expert reputation for yourself.Follow up with your customers and subscribers with e-mail.Increase your income through back-end sales and upselling. Hapna Typeface on Behance Hapna is a geometric slab serif designed as an alternative to other slab style fonts available on the market. The typeface was originally release… Read More Hapna is a geometric slab serif designed as an alternative to other slab style fonts available on the market. The typeface was originally released in January 2013 as a free monospaced single weight slab serif called Hapna Mono.
Startups Or Behemoths: Which Are We Going To Bet On? I knew I would be touching a raw nerve with my last two posts, on patents. But I was really surprised at the divergence of opinion. Entrepreneurs overwhelmingly supported my stance that software patents hamper innovation and need to be abolished, but friends at Microsoft, IBM, and Google were outraged at my recommendation. The big companies’ executives argued that abolishing patents would hurt their ability to innovate and thus hamper the nation’s economic growth. the world we live in the world we live in Loading… by Arkadiusz Jankowski (via The Planet on Photography Served)
Resources of royalty-free images for your tech blog — web development resources There are a lot of collections with great + free image resources out there. And I use them to find great images too. However I found some resources more useful than others, since I’m mostly looking for tech-related images for our web dev blog. Postwire Postwire is an online service that gives you an easy and visual way to share content with your clients, co-workers, collaborators, and friends. For Postwire, we created a new logo and identity, business cards, custom icons and illustrations, designed and developed a responsive website, and concepted and created a motion video. Startups in 13 Sentences February 2009 One of the things I always tell startups is a principle I learned from Paul Buchheit: it's better to make a few people really happy than to make a lot of people semi-happy. I was saying recently to a reporter that if I could only tell startups 10 things, this would be one of them. Then I thought: what would the other 9 be?
It's Complicated How To Save A Life - The Fray 7381 plays ❝ Sometimes you wake up. usersnap Maybe you’ve heard the news. We at Usersnap launched a little side project, called bugtrackers.io. Displaying stories of digital crafters and showing real people behind pixels, bytes and bug reports. That’s the vision for bugtrackers.io.