Archive for March, 2011

Design Inspiration: Synchstep

Design Inspiration: Synchstep

A gorgeous interface for a stunningly simple yet brilliant iPhone App. SynchStep analyses your pace and matches your music to your steps! The purple colour scheme is bold but works well to give the App its own character. I particularly like the use of big buttons. This design was featured on the Wednesday 30th of March 2011. It falls under the category of iPhone App, and has a layout style of Other. If you’d like, you can visit this site, or view all our other featured designs. … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Seo
Design Inspiration: Chi Logo

Design Inspiration: Chi Logo

A great concept for a logo that’s based on the Chicago cityscape. I love the abstract design elements here and how the buildings appear to be springing forth from the ‘V’. I particularly like the colour palette and use of colour differentiation to break up the logo. This design was featured on the Wednesday 30th of March 2011. It falls under the category of Logo, and has a layout style of Other. If you’d like, you can visit this site, or view all our other featured designs. … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Graphics
Design Inspiration: ClearWebSolutions

Design Inspiration: ClearWebSolutions

A clean and stylish site for a web developer. The slideshow works well to get any potential clients engaged and reading. The division of the background works well, the blue allowing the slideshow to prevail while the white allows easy access to the important information. This design was featured on the Wednesday 30th of March 2011. It falls under the category of Design, and has a layout style of One Column. If you’d like, you can visit this site, or view all our other featured designs. … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Graphics
UI Design: Should We Really Be Afraid of the Uncanny Valley?

UI Design: Should We Really Be Afraid of the Uncanny Valley?

Realism in UI design is a hot topic right now. Every design blog worth anything is openly telling Apple that they are way off in their suggestion that iPad apps should mimic reality. Join us as we add some life to the debate by tackling some of these notions head on. We’ll go over when realism is effective and when it is destructive and how you can wield it in your own designs without ruining your interface. Like the article? Be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed and follow us on Twitter to stay up on recent content. Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Graphics
How to Design a 1980s Movie Poster in Photoshop

How to Design a 1980s Movie Poster in Photoshop

In this article, we’re going to start by looking at a few inspirational movie posters from the 1980s which we’ll use for inspiration. … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Seo
How to Use CSS3 Pseudo-Classes

How to Use CSS3 Pseudo-Classes

A number of powerful new pseudo-selectors (16 are listed in the latest W3C spec) enable us to select elements based on a range of new criteria. … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Programming
Showcase of 20 Minimalist Grid-Based Web Designs

Showcase of 20 Minimalist Grid-Based Web Designs

Minimalism doesn’t rhyme with grid systems, but many grid-based websites will feature a stripped down and clean design and make great use of typography. After all, it’s all about letting the content shine. I hope you enjoy this post! … Read the rest of the article on : Design Shack
Filed in: Web
16 Wacky Apple Products You Can Only Imagine

16 Wacky Apple Products You Can Only Imagine

With all the craze over Apple’s latest merchandises, fans still haven’t had enough of coming up with the new i-This and i-That. True, some of them have really conceived of wonderful and innovative ideas, but there are still some wacky and impractical ones which are, well, so ‘creative’ that we should give them credits. They probably meant it as a joke, but who knows if their idea might actually takes flight one day and generate revenues in the millions? After all, men went against the common logic of gravity before inventing the first airplane a century ago. Read the rest of the article on : hongkiat.com
Filed in: Icons
How to Design a 1980s Movie Poster in Photoshop

How to Design a 1980s Movie Poster in Photoshop

In this article, we’re going to start by looking at a few inspirational movie posters from the 1980s which we’ll use for inspiration. Then, we’re going to use Adobe Photoshop to create a 1980′s style movie poster for our fictitious film titled “The Designer’s Mansion.” This tutorial is aimed for designers with a fair understanding of Photoshop. If you follow this tutorial, please feel free to post a link to your final product in the comments area below. We’d love to see it! Let’s get started! Here are 10 inspirational posters from 1980-89. Read the rest of the article on : Webdesigner Depot
Filed in: Web
Open Source & Full-Featured CMS – Textpattern

Open Source & Full-Featured CMS – Textpattern

Textpattern is an open source content management system, built with PHP/MySQL, that offers a flexible usage for designers, publishers/bloggers and end-users. The application uses built-in tags for retrieving and displaying dynamic content which gives you a complete control over the content and presentation. With a minimalist admin interface that can be used by an unlimited [...] Read the rest of the article on : WebResourcesDepot
Filed in: Graphics
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