a font affair- sans serif edition! hello, friends! my latest font affair has been with serif, sans serif and fixed-width fonts. i just love them! i’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but i’m beginning to see many blogs starting to stray away from using lots of fancy fonts to using more basic ones with a few fancier ones mixed in as accents. this gives the posts a more editorial, magazine-like feel. to help you get a jump start on the trend, look no further. a font affair- sans serif edition saves the day! :) below you’ll find links to each font, and as usual all are free! 1. bebas neue 2. goudy bookletter 1911 3. derivia 4. foglihten 5. znikomit 6. champagne & limousines 7. optimus princeps 8. monofur 9. will & grace 10. pharmacy 11. clemente 12. honey badger 13. fortunata 14. american purpose 15. caviar dreams 16. passion sans 17. keytin 18. florence 19. st ryde 20. london mm 21. tex gyre adventor 22. museo 23. oksansa 24. europe underground 25. patagonia 26. quicksand 27. apple garamond 28. headline 29. cicle 30. lane
Programming iPhone Sensors About the Class The class is now available for US$99.99 from the O'Reilly Media website. Included in the price is the full four and half hours of video, a copy of the slides I used on the day with added commentary, fully working Xcode projects allowing you to build and follow along with all the code we built during the class, and two preview chapters from "Programming iPhone Sensors." This class guides you through developing applications for the iPhone and iPad platforms that make use of the onboard sensors: the three-axis accelerometer, the magnetometer (digital compass), the gyroscope, the camera and the global positioning system. YouÕll learn how to make use of these onboard sensors and combine them to build augmented reality applications. This will give you the background to building your own applications independently using the hottest location-aware technology yet for any mobile platforms. This class assumes previous experience with the Objective-C language.
- StumbleUpon I have been playing a lot with the Displace filter in Photoshop and I still get impressed with how powerful it is. Even though I have written some tutorials using it, I decided to try to recreate a different effect that I saw in one of the images submitted for the Daily Inspiration. It was a brick wall deformed like it was made of cloth. So in this tutorial, or a quick-tips I will show you how to create a curtain made of bricks or how to deform a brick wall as it was a curtain. To do that we wil use a few stock photos, layer adjustments and the Displace filter in Photoshop CS5. Step 1 Open Photoshop and create a new document. Step 2 Let's import another image, now of a girl opening the curtains. Step 3 With the Lasso Tool (L) or the Pen Tool (P) select the empty white. Step 5 Now select the hands/arms of the girl and the curtains. Step 6 Move the brick wall layer so it will be in front of the girl layer. Step 7 Go to Layer>Layer Mask>Hide Selection. Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Step 12 Step 13
40 Creative Examples of Facebook Timeline Designs Recently at the F8 Conference, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduced a massive redesign to our favorite* social media website. Honestly the new updates are understandable and from their point of view provide a better experience for the end user. From a personal point of view, each time they implement a change I get more confused, frustrated, and unwillingly forced to learn the new layout. When will they leave it alone? Facebook Timeline is a unique idea that has been getting some heat lately. Now let’s look at it on the flip side. Currently you have to be a developer to gain access to the new design because it’s still in the beta phase. Wanna Create your own? With the new update we think it give us, the users, a great opportunity to be creative! Cover Photo – 850px* x 315pxProfile Photo – Scaled 125px x 125px (180px x 180px is the minimum image upload size.Profile Photo Offsets – left 22px*, top 92px 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
Fonts For Peas | Best Handwriting Fonts PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor 20 Ways to Use Color Psychology in Your Home When you approach home design, you likely do so in a couple of different ways – choosing objects and colors that simply look attractive or using an existing pattern or decor theme to govern your decisions. However, color is a powerful tool that can be used to inspire emotions, create space illusions or simply set the mood and atmosphere for any particular room. Especially when used with interior and exterior painting, color psychology is a great way to create a healthy and beautiful home. The following are 20 ways to use color psychology in your home. 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) 10.) 11.) 12.) 13.) 14.) 15.) 16.) 17.) 18.) 19.) 20.) BIO: This article was written by Philip Rudy who helps to run and maintain a painting contractor website.
45 Awesome Abstract Textures Finding that perfect texture for your design can be quite the search, and also quite time consuming. To help you out a bit we’ve browsed through the large collection of textures over at deviantART and picked out some abstract textures. These can inspire you in making your own ones or you can use them. Just make sure to click on the images to go to the originals and read if the artists behind them have any restrictions or require credits first. Maybe this can be the helpful start to a new project? Let’s dive in! Linden Lab: Makers of Second Life