Was Grandma a Diseased Slut?

Wartime propaganda posters have always been the Hallmark of emotion-wrenching images and frightening copy to persuade people to fight, kill, sacrifice and, in the case of these World War 2 posters, fear sex more than the enemy. Illustrated by the top artists of the day and designers using the 12 apparently unkernable fonts available in […]

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Unusual and Creative Angles and Shapes in Website Design

So, your client requests: Flat design, but something a bit different and creative. Difficult… flat design does not, or at least, did not lend itself to the use of a lot of creativity. But as we would expect, designers continue to push the limits to express their creative flair and to make their designs stand […]

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Restaurant Branding – Eye-Popping and Attention Grabbing Campaign Examples

“People don’t buy food; They buy an entire experience.” And that is an absolute truth. Though we are accustomed to believing that our choice of restaurant, café or pub depends on cuisine, at the back of our minds, our final decision relies on numerous factors. And so-called “entire experience” plays an increasingly dominant role. Of […]

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Micro UX Effects: Bring Websites to Life with Microscopic Attention to Detail

We are accustomed to taking different helpful elements that are inbuilt into website design for granted. For example, a small load dynamic icon that allows controlling volume of sound seems to us a matter of course. Various effects that transform integral elements into brisk eye-catching items also do not cause delight. Trendy techniques of using […]

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Attractive Website Design Topically Featuring Household Items

They are all around us a lot of the time – clocks, tables, chairs, kitchen cupboards, beds, carpets – and the list goes on and on. Household items are very often seen in interior design website design, and some sites use time of day (ie – bright, sunny morning), or unusual angles to showcase their […]

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New Web Design Trend: Exciting Websites with Split Layouts

As is often the case, some trends need time to take a run and make its presence felt. The split layout is one of those representatives. Being listed in a majority of articles dedicated to web design tendencies of 2015, only now it hits its stride. The technique is pretty simple to reproduce since it […]

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Which Would You Choose – If You Could Just Use Eight Typefaces?

In the world of designing and digital marketing, choosing the right typefaces makes all the difference. And choosing appropriate typefaces, both free fonts, and premium, can be a little tricky, let me tell you. The unlimited supply of options to choose from with a variety of types can make you feel a bit dizzy. But […]

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Design Lessons from 20 Phenomenal Vintage Movie Posters

“Imagination is the beginning of creation.” – George Bernard Shaw Ever felt horrified or all lovey dovey by a movie poster before? I know I have. It doesn’t matter if a poster has been designed for a horror movie or a romantic chick flick, you must admit they bring out strong emotions (or reactions) in […]

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Image-Heavy Website Design

Using images to tell a story is nothing new, the expression ‘Use a picture. It’s worth a thousand words.’ appeared in a 1911 newspaper article. So we have known for a long time that pictures can get the point across easily and comprehensibly, and this has been used and abused in the surge of infographics […]

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16 Great Startups with Stunning Website Designs

A startup company is a partnership or temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model. They are usually looking for both investments and partners to get their ideas off the ground, and the internet has become a breeding ground for such ventures, particularly, but not limited to, mobile apps. There are […]

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