Film or movie posters are prints used to advertise a film, as, hopefully, you had it figured out by now. Usually there are several versions for the same film and most of the time they differ from one continent or country to another, which makes sense if we think of the cultural differences or the various expectations of the audiences. There are also variations on the same theme with regard to size and more recently, mediums of representation. Continue Reading →
The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at jQuery plugins, how best to create a responsive design, the worst UX mistakes made, we take a look at the new Facebook design, and offer 30 free fonts.
Even though many people dream of going freelance they often forget that it is a very challenging career choice, unlike a regular 9-5 job you are not certain that you will add money to your account at the end of the month. The biggest problem for any freelancer is not getting paid on time, or heaven forbid not getting paid at all. In this post we have added some suggestions and guidelines for making sure you will always get paid for the work you complete.
There is nothing more important for a designer than having the tools they need to create a great looking website. For those of you unfamiliar with Dribbble it really is a great community, and go-to place if you need inspiration for a new design. Today we have compiled a list of 20 great psd files found on Dribbble. From icons to UI elements and menus, we have some nice files here to give your library a boost.
The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at new frameworks for developers, flat design vs. Skeuomorphism, as well as take a stroll down Windows and Mac OS memory lane, furthermore we look at why there is no mobile internet and 45 HTML tutorials you need to see.
Check out this neat infographic that explains the differences between serif and sans serif fonts. You’ll learn when to use one over the other as well as examples and web usages. Let us know what you think! Continue Reading →
Let’s be honest even though we all strive to be the best at everything most of us still make common mistakes that we honestly believe is the correct way to write them out. You are not the person to blame as we generally learn from online tutorials and from sample files that we may download to play around with.
The problem with this is what we are actually learning may not be proper, but rather what the tutorial author or author of the sample think is right, and results in a negative domino effect. Additionally, the same may apply to purchasing books and learning from them, as it all depends on the author and how they learned as well. Continue Reading →
It used to be that the more information you could cram onto your main site the better, however today all of that has changed, today websites need to be as simple and sleep looking as possible. However often designers are wondering just how to simplify their design, therefore here is a post with five ways to keep your web design simple.
The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at different ways to improve your Google ranking, how SEO differs between mobile and desktop devices, what can you do to improve the load speed of your site, as well as why wire-framing is so important.