Oscar Wilde said we look at nature too much, and live with it too little. In this day and age with more and more technological advancements and more and more people getting glued to their digital screens, Wilde’s statement is truer than ever. Deep philosophies aside, here I have prepared a list of 20 nature based vectors which you can use in your designs and help remind people to care about Mother Nature.
I have a friend who’s seriously thinking about moving. Nothing unusual so far, it’s just that he wants to move to the other side of the world. Literally. He wants to relocate from Dundee, Scotland, to “anywhere” (at the moment) Australia. Or New Zealand. He’s very serious about this. Initially, “more sun” was the main incentive. However, as reality crept in, the list of pros and cons got longer. But I’m not going into the usual ‘taxes-jobs-insurances-family -friends-melancholia-euphoria-
I came across a useful post the other day (you can read here), which was informative and eye opening about something we designers don’t often consider when creating a new site – and that is the speed the site loads. It’s an easy assumption to make that because broadband and crazy fast fibre is everywhere these days is that all sites will load quickly regardless. However this post points out that is in fact not the case and that the overall speed of your visitor’s internet connection doesn’t actually help too much.
After waking in the morning most of us head straight to the bathroom. When we come home from work we often like to relax with a shower. The bathroom is one of the most commonly used rooms in the house, and its design should reflect this with a calm and relaxing décor. Having a beautiful bathroom design can also make your guests feel welcome, and should portray strong interior decoration features to reflect who you are as a person.
Four years after WordPress released a wide range of FIFA World Cup 2010 themes, it’s that time again. As June 12 steadily approaches, bloggers around the world will be looking for ways to make their World Cup pages stand out, and there are a few ways that webmasters can create a blog that is both aesthetically relevant and interactive, from themes to widgets.
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Easy, quick and efficient, it’s no wonder that shoppers across the country are using online stores for everything from the weekly shop to finding that special something for that special someone.
Just in case you need some gift ideas for designer friend or you would like to pimp your own wishlist, our friends from Geefts came up with a list of 10 awesome items.
Definitely one of the most popular WordPress theme providers out there, Elegant Themes have reinvented themselves many times. Their latest theme Divi took the WP market by storm in 2013 and today they’re releasing Divi 2.0. With this occasion they’ve teamed up with us to give away developer accounts to 3 lucky Design Reviver users. Btw, a developer account means that you can download any of their themes (including Divi 2.0), plugins and Photoshop files for a whole year!