Mar
232012
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Tim Cook – Free PSD Download

Holy snap. Yesterday I woke up and sipped my beloved coffee reading the Apple news for the first time in my life. It’s never been something that interested me, but now I see how much news coverage they get, especially recently. As most of you have probably noticed, Apple (AAPL) news is plentiful from the [...]

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Posted Under: Design, Freebies, Graphic Design by Robin
Feb
132012
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Want to Promote Your Products? Then Get Your Brochure Design Right

Brochures are powerful promotional tools that help in the sale of products and services. A professional graphic designer gets the design right to make a brochure sell. Designers should use limited colors, apt fonts and relevant images for making it pop. Size and paper quality equally matters. Brochures are still considered one of the most [...]

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Posted Under: Design, Graphic Design by cstevens
Dec
202011
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Killer Websites: Homepage analysis of Problogdesign.com

The homepage is your number one most important resource you have for your site to meet its goals. What are good things to have on your homepage? What is the user looking for? These are questions you need to ask. It all comes down to prioritizing what’s important. The goal of your site should be [...]

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Posted Under: Design, Site Reviews, Videos, Web Design by Robin
Aug
192011
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6 LUSCIOUS seamless patterns for your web design needs

Looking for that perfect seamless background pattern online? Here’s a few that may help. Use them for your web design, mockup, typography, etc. Whatever you can think of – they’re free!

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Posted Under: Design, Freebies, Web Design by Robin
Jul
282010
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25 Best Examples of Negative Space Typography in Web Design

As any web designer will tell you, the most important design aspect of a website is its typography. When it’s done right, you hardly notice it at all, but when it’s done wrong, it screams of amateurishness and low budgets. We’re all sick of seeing the same old tried and tested fonts online, but very [...]

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Posted Under: Design, Typography, Web Design by tomwalker
Mar
262010
spare-time

What do you do when you’re not designing?

The online design community has one obvious similar trait between all of us: we all love to design design. So we talk about design, freelancing, business, etc. How about something different for a change? This post is a discussion thread for what you do when you’re not designing. Design can be a very computer-oriented task, [...]

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Posted Under: Design by Robin
Mar
152010
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Why you should (or shouldn’t) have your website redesigned

As a strong advocate of the addiction called “redesignitis”, the Ocular Harmony blog main page has been updated to a fresher, more unique look (go check it out!). In fact, the entire site has changed layouts in the past two weeks. Expect these post pages to get the overhaul soon too. This gets on the [...]

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Posted Under: Design by Robin
Mar
12010
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Idea engineering: Making your content unique

How many times have you scratched your chin too hard when seeing a compelling blog article filled with a mysterious sense of insight hoping it would be on your own blog….but isn’t? Well now, scraping away the ideas that have been done before helps you stand out of the crowd. This is what I call [...]

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Posted Under: Design by Robin
Feb
242010
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20 of the Most Iconic Logos

Logos, or logotypes, are the symbols that companies use to brand their products and allow the consumer to instantly link an emblem, set of words or even a colour scheme to merchandise. Successful marketing can create trust and brand loyalty, and good design work can attach iconic logos to these brands. This post brings together [...]

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Posted Under: Design by tomwalker
Feb
72010
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Create Abstract Eye-Catching Typography

Learn how to create designs within the type to provide exceptional detail.

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Posted Under: Design, Typography by Robin