Oct 01 2010

Beautiful Origami Art Made Of Dollars by Won Park

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As you probably suggested, money origami is a kind of origami that uses paper money to create artistic objects. It is the art of folding paper money into creative designs. Dollar bill origami uses similar techniques to traditional origami. However, the shape and texture of money sometimes require a different set of steps than creating the same design with origami paper. Won Park is a skilled designer from US who experiments with money origami a lot. Let’s take a look at what he has created so far and let’s get inspired by his artistic expression and handcraft skills.

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Sep 30 2010

100 Useful Free Textures

In Web design, texture is one of those elements that are widely used by designers, yet often hardly noticed by users. We don’t see them is because they usually remain in the background and supporting the overall design. Used primarily for background images, they need to fit to the overall design making the content easier to perceive.

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Sep 29 2010

Creative Examples Of Infographics

Today we have an exciting and enticing post which covers handy and innovative infographics. Infographics is basically derived from two words: ‘information’ and ‘graphics’, and it stands for the graphical representation of data and information.

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Sep 28 2010

What is the worst mistake you see other designers make all the time?

We recently published a post was aimed at learning from the mistakes of others, and we turned to our friends and followers online and asked them to come clean about the biggest mistake they had made so far in their careers. You might have seen it, What is the Worst Design or Programming Mistake You’ve Ever Made?, was received quite well, and not only did we get some great responses initially from which to build the post, but we have got some more revealing replies from our readers. Now we are at it once again, trying to help out the community, one bad experience at a time, with a little more help from our friends, of course.

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Sep 27 2010

Bizarre and Unusual Product Designs

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It’s wonderful to see how many new gadgets and bizarre products have been released recently and we see more and more creativity in product design popping up daily. In this post, we have collected some bizarre and unusual products; all of them have weird and unordinary look. What do you think? Which ones do you like?We are looking forward to your feedback!

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Sep 24 2010

40 Beautiful Triple Screen Wallpapers

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Today, when most designers have switched to the workflow with multiple displays, the popularity of multiple screen wallpapers has tremendously increased. Keeping this in mind, we are presenting 40 eye-catchy triple screen wallpapers for your desktop. We have carefully picked the wallpapers from different genres to help you set your mood right on your displays.

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Sep 23 2010

5 Free Animated Slideshows

By Melinda Rainsberger

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Sep 22 2010

Beyond Visible: 100 Years Of Infrared Photographs

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Infrared photography, one of the most fascinating photographic techniques, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. The technique enables us to capture light that is invisible to the human eye. The first infrared photograph was taken by Professor Robert Williams Wood and was published in the Royal Photographic Society Journal in 1910 as an illustration for his paper.

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Sep 21 2010

Showcase of Cartoon Style Web Designs

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Do you remember yourself as a kid watching cartoons all the time — even when parents didn’t allow you to? Most of us have watched cartoons and even now, as we get older, cartoons don’t lose popularity. Basically, cartoons are animated illustrations that are mainly designed for kids but which some adults also enjoy watching. Cartoons can be drawn by hand or they can be drawn on digital devices, too.

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Sep 20 2010

How To Use Typography Effectively in Web Design

Typography is everywhere across the Web, so many different applications and missions all relying on their chosen fonts to cleanly and legibly convey the bulk of our web-based projects over to our readers. However, from time to time, we notice a wrench thrown into the works, gumming things up and interfering with our message transfers. This is something that as designers and developers for the web, that we have undoubtedly experienced, and something that today, we are here with some tips to hopefully prevent from happening again.

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