La combustion complète du méthane Suite... 10 Web Design Trends for 2013 For starters, we’d like to say thank you for the amazing reception our free eBook Web design and Mobile Trends for 2013 has had since its launch last week, and especially to all those who made it possible by sharing their insightful opinions. Today we’re doing a review of the end conclusions, where we will identify and analyze 10 of the key trends. This is just a brief overview of the conclusions you can read in the book. Site of the Year 2011 - Users' Choice And the Awwward for "Site of the Year 2011 – Users' Choice" goes to... Slavery Footprint , developed by Unit9 ! With an exquisite treatment of typography, colors and illustration, a friendly navigation and a great user experience, Slavery Footprint is a great site and definitely worth of a recognition.
Site of the Month May 2013: Chrome Super Sync Sports The month of May has brought us as Site of the Month winner a joint project created by Google Creative Labs in collaboration with Rafaël Rozendaal, Weir + Wong and Rami Niemi; an endearing and fun interactive game called Chrome Super Sync Sports! . Super Sync Sports is a Chrome Experiment that allows you to sync your mobile phone to your computer and use it as a game controller. Run, Cycle or Swim your way to sporting stardom using the touchscreen on your mobile device.
95 Inspiring Websites of Web Design Agencies Fresh, innovative, creative, minimalist ... What's your style? You probably won't have a better chance to show off all your potential if it's not by designing a website for your own agency or web studio. It's time to push all those ideas and concepts forward, those a client would never understand or that would probably end up spoiling in the end. Now you have no excuses, it's time to surprise your clients, your competitors, and why not, the world. Making Infield Form Labels Suck Less Let me start off by saying you really shouldn’t put form labels—or even placeholder text—inside of form fields if you want to be safe. But we can’t always play it safe. Sometimes putting labels inside of form fields is the best option we’ve got. Jeremy Fields, Steve Schoeffel, and I found ourselves making that decision on a recent project, and we set out to make the best of a tricky usability situation.
Opinions on Corporate and Brand Identity Work UnderConsideration is a graphic design firm generating its own projects, initiatives, and content while taking on limited client work. Run by Bryony Gomez-Palacio and Armin Vit in Austin, TX. More… products we sell Flaunt: Designing effective, compelling and memorable portfolios of creative work. Google’s Dead-Simple Tool For Making UX Decisions: 2 Jars Of Marbles Nothing is perfect. So even for the most successful platforms, design needs to continuously evolve. But beyond mere gut instinct or that ephemeral talent of taste, how can you know when a design decision is good or bad? How can you be sure that change is actually for the better and not for the mere sake of change? Skeuomorphism’s Death Has Been Greatly Exaggerated — Geek Empire Skeuomorphism,in case you haven’t been on a tech blog in a year or so, is basically design that’s emulating another material or a real world object. The usual examples are the green felt craps table in the current version of Game Center or the leather stitching in the Calendar app. Recently, popular opinion has turned against this type of design. Apple’s head of hair – I mean software – even made a bunch of leather stitching jokes during his presentation.
Meinert Hansen Meinert Hansen is a native Montrealer with a long list of credits in film, television and games. He has worked as both an illustrator and concept artist for films such as Upside Down, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, Leatherheads, The Spiderwick Chronicles and 300. As a visual effects concept artist and matte painter, his credits include Silent Hill, Across the Universe and Stranger Than Fiction. He has also worked on video game titles such as Myst: Revelation and Splinter Cell: Conviction. He recently worked as a senior concept artist on the upcoming video game Batman: Arkham Origins.
Nunca antes visto Pacific Rim Obra Concept, seqüências prólogo e Jaeger Conceitos! Posted: Jul-31-2013 1:24 AM As Pacific Rim is finishing up its run in North American cinemas, more behind-the-scenes material keeps surfacing and today, we're very excited to share some rarely seen Pacific Rim concept artwork, prologue sequences and Jaeger concepts which were used in the making of the film. if you didn't already know, the entire prologue sequence for the beginning of Pacific Rim was handled by Guillermo del Toro's own, Mirada Studios. Below are a collection of concept artwork, prologue sequence frames and Jaeger design sketches, from Mirada's work on the film, enjoy: For those unfamiliar, this is the "ROMEO BLUE" Jaeger, which unfortunately was one of the fallen Jaegers, which didn't make it into the full length of the film.
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10 animais que você provavelmente não sabia que existia - Salada Conhecimento We’ve all heard about the flying squirrel, vampire bats, and naked mole rat, but I bet you haven’t heard of Markhor, Lamprey, and Gerenuk! Here are ten animals that you probably haven’t heard of! (Too lazy to write a good introduction!) Related: 1.