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Are Male and Female Designers Designed Differently?

December 9th, 2010
by Speider Schneider
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Are Male and Female Designers Designed Differently?

After as far as we have come in equality of the sexes, it is still almost impossible to work with men/women. They are so strange and just don’t do things the way they should be done. They are moody, grumpy, too familiar, emotional, threatening and just plain men/women! Add the popular notion that all humans have these odd traits when interacting with other humans...

Inspiration

35 Stunning Examples Of Concept Art

December 8th, 2010
by Obaid ur Rehman
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35 Stunning Examples Of Concept Art

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Here is another post for all concept art lovers. Here we are presenting some examples of concept art which shows the creativity of artists in creating an illustrated design for something which doesn’t exist so far. Many of the artworks presented below are Photoshopped while some are designed using the traditional means...

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Organizing Your Design Inspirations

December 7th, 2010
by Cameron Chapman
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Organizing Your Design Inspirations

Virtually every creative out there turns to designs and images created by others to get inspired now and then. Whether you use web design galleries or other sources of visual inspiration, you’ve probably had times when you’ve felt like you’re spending too much time looking for inspiration and not enough time actually using that inspiration.

Photography

Amazing Art of Snow Sculpture

December 6th, 2010
by Prakash Ghodke
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Amazing Art of Snow Sculpture

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Last week, we had a roundup of snow photography and have mentioned that winter is not a season to be underestimated. There are people who are eager and can hardly wait for the first snowstorm to hit. As you will see in today's post, there is a lot one can do with snow...

Inspiration

Design Trends of Movie Posters 2010

December 3rd, 2010
by Bhanu Ahluwalia
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Design Trends of Movie Posters 2010

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An eye-catching and original poster is very important for any major success of a movie. You will most probably agree that it is a pretty hard task to embody the plot in one single poster. Of course you can use such powerful tools like typography, colors and protagonist faces but still you...

Design

Name One Thing About Web Development You Never Saw Coming

December 2nd, 2010
by Robert Bowen
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Name One Thing About Web Development You Never Saw Coming

Not that this is universally true, but some people look haphazardly into a field before deciding to dive in. We do the odd bit of research, investigating the ins and outs, slowly developing expectations about this new arena of work. Expectations are not necessarily bad to have; they can be a powerful motivator. But sometimes our expectations are shattered by a development that we...

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Best Photoshop Icon Design Tutorials Created in 2010

December 1st, 2010
by Prakash Ghodke
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Best Photoshop Icon Design Tutorials Created in 2010

In today's post we have compiled a very useful list of Adobe Photoshop icon design tutorials that will teach you the techniques you will need for designing your own icons using mainly Photoshop. If you have a passion for Icon Design or are a GUI designer on the search for some tips...

Apps

Mobile Development Toolkit

November 30th, 2010
by Cameron Chapman
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Mobile Development Toolkit

Mobile web design has been around for quite a while. Unfortunately, a lot of mobile design guidelines are out of date and focus on low-resolution, non-touchscreen phones. Despite their popularity, there isn’t a whole lot of information out there for designing websites for the new generation of smartphones (iPhone, Android devices, BlackBerry touchscreens, etc.) — these devices are growing more and more popular in...

Photography

Snowy Winter Photography

November 29th, 2010
by Prakash Ghodke
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Snowy Winter Photography

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For some of us, winter is a season that we might try to avoid as much as possible. However, it is a season not to be underestimated and can be beautiful in its own way as much as the remaining seasons. The bright snow and monochromatic tones can make very interesting photos. Winter is a...

Photography

Best Nests to Rest

November 26th, 2010
by Bhanu Ahluwalia
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Best Nests to Rest

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There have been numerous posts on human architecture in which most of the architects have sharpened their skills with the help of education. However, these small birds and insects are naturally endowed with this super gift. We all find nests everywhere and are awed by the beauty of so many different nests which have...

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Freelancing Tools: Key Ideas to Better Time Management

November 25th, 2010
by Jake Rocheleau
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Freelancing Tools: Key Ideas to Better Time Management

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The modern freelancer has a platter of tasks and responsibilities dumped onto their head every day. The masses assume the work-from-home lifestyle to be a refreshing break from the corporate office, though at times we see this is not the case. Freelancing shifts most power into the hands of designers...

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Tips for Fighting Freelance Burnout

November 24th, 2010
by Robert Bowen
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Tips for Fighting Freelance Burnout

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Freelancers are somewhat of a singular breed according to some of the outside perceptions held about us. We hear it all the time from friends and family, even at times from near strangers, that they could never work for themselves from home and actually be productive. Without some predetermined...