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 30 Stunning User Interface examples, how you can provide unique value to your clients, 9 pitfalls of of web hosting and how to avoid them, furthermore we take a look at how you can make your website more tablet friendly as well as great ways to use the website footer.
High quality photo effects are not only reserved for professionals or tech-savvy image editing specialists, they can be achieved by anyone, as today’s design news demonstrates. We have collected four recent photo editing tutorials that can be easily followed and achieved by anyone with a digital camera and a desire to give a little bit of coolness and professionalism to there shots.
Photoshop brushes are an integral part of any any designers toolbox. Sadly Photoshop doesn’t come packaged with an abundance of high quality brushes, you do need to search and scour the web for quality brushes. On a positive note, there are no shortage of designers willing to share there brushes, meaning that there are literally thousands upon thousands of brush sets available for download.READ MORE
There is one thing web designers are always in need of and that is good high quality inspiration. In today’s news we have collected the best recent articles with amazing, and sometimes exciting, inspirational web designs. One of the new trends in web design is the “one-page-contact-portfolio” web design style, a style that is gaining more and more popularity, and is featured prominently in this post.
Todays news covers manhole covers that can be creative and unique (yes, they can), a celebration of the hard work and art of vintage typography and todays final story is why IE6 must die…so that you don’t get a laptop thrown at you!
Since so many people found all of the vintage textures and brushes useful, I thought it would be interesting to examine vintage style web design and how it has evolved. So, here is a showcase of this popular trend from the past 6 years, and a look at the original trend setter.READ MORE
Vintage design, when done well, can make a user feel like they have been transported back in time. This particular style often uses design elements that look like they were found in the attic of an old house dating back to the 1920’s, 30’s, or 40’s. If you have a project coming up that requires this type of design, here is a big roundup of textures and Photoshop brushes, all found at deviantArt.READ MORE