The Confessions of a Self Taught Freelance Web Designer

Sometimes, my clients look at me like I’m the only one who can pull their websites out of the Stone Age of Angelfire do-it-yourself web design and the obscurity of MySpace, and even as I take their money and help them figure out that yes, they need to be smartphone-optimized, I feel like a fraud. […]

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Inspirational and Attractive Magazine Page Layouts

There are many places and situations in which designers can find inspiration, and magazine layouts have long been an excellent source. Of course, no designer can buy and browse every magazine in the hope of coming across some great ideas, so today we are bringing you a selection of inspirational magazine layouts, some of which […]

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Amazing and Realistic Examples of 3D Street Painting

Street painting, also known as pavement art, street art and sidewalk art, is thought to have originated in Britain, and in 1890 it was estimated that more than 500 artists were making a full-time living from pavement art in London alone. The origins of 3d pavement art is attributed to Kurt Wenner who started to […]

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Outstanding Art By 9 of the Best Street Artists

The term street-art, or post-graffiti is used to distinguish public space artwork from territorial graffiti, and/or vandalism, and street-art usually conveys a message about socially relevant themes. In some countries even graffiti is considered art, and on the other hand, some countries consider street-art to be vandalism. Nowadays organizations, businesses and even town/city councils commission […]

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Bumper Sticker Quotes to Make You Smile

Bumper stickers are very popular in the US, and certainly have a presence in the UK, so I am assuming they pop up in most countries. As an English person, I have trawled through pages of bumper sticker quotes looking for those that meet two criteria: that the humor crosses the pond intact, and that […]

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Anatomy of Colors in Web Design: Attention Grabbing Red

Colors in web design do more than just offer a presentation, they can and often do speak for the product or service, not with words, but with moods and feelings. We have previously covered the anatomy of green, blue, yellow and black, so today we are taking a look at red in web design. As […]

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Mobile Design: Where to Get Inspiration

Mobile and tablet application design is a field that has enjoyed a huge amount of development over the past few years. Finding solutions to mobile users’ problems, defining the design of the right UI component and the right workflow that will work for most users can sometimes be tricky. Taking a look at what other […]

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Taking a Peek Into The World’s Weirdest Offices

Everyone knows that Pixar has the cushiest offices around, with their 20-acre Emeryville complex boasting a theatre, organic vegetable garden and giant Luxo Jr. statue. The creative atmospheres of the Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter headquarters have likewise been the focus of many a media report, but what about company offices that are just downright odd? […]

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Urban Exploration: Vertigo-Inducing Examples of Rooftopping Photography

Rooftopping is becoming a popular craze, especially in Canada, but starting to spread globally. If you wish to participate in rooftopping, you need a good camera, a good head for heights and nerves of steel! One of the ways to get unusual perspective shots has always been by looking up, particularly at architecture. Rooftopping is […]

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Amazing Street Performers Through Stunning Photography

Street performing, or busking was probably the first form of entertainment way back before records began. The street was the only available stage, and the only way of earning through performing was to put a collection plate out for the public to throw money into. Street performers can be seen in every major city in […]

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