Design a Beautiful Website From Scratch
Apr 29th in HTML & CSS by Marko Prljic
Have you ever wanted to design a beautiful website but just didn’t know how? To be honest, a few years ago, that happened to me too. While browsing the web, I saw so many nice looking websites and wished I had the skills to create such designs. Today I can and I’m going to teach you how to do so too! Essentially, it requires a few Photoshop skills and an eye for detail. Through this tutorial, I will point out these tiny details which make a website design look beautiful. Fire up Photoshop and let’s get going!
70 Excellent Logo Design Tutorials and Resources @ Six Revisions
70 Excellent Logo Design Tutorials and Resources
March 25th, 2009 by Jacob Gube| 43 Comments | Stumble It! Delicious
An effective logo sets the tone and public perception of your brand, and therefore careful thought and creativity must be put into constructing it.
In this article, you’ll find a large collection of tutorials and resources on the topic of designing logos by some of the most well-respected logo designers in the industry.
Another excellent post on the marvelous webdesigner depot website
5 Simple Ways to Improve Web Typography
Categories: Design, Fonts, Typography
typographyType is one of the most-used elements of the web. Think about it. Unless you are YouTube or Flickr, chances are your site visitors are coming for your text content – not the fancy packaging that surrounds it. So why are web designers still treating text like a secondary element?
Good typography brings order to the page and increases legibility. It allows people to process information faster.
5 Simple Ways to Improve Web Typography | Webdesigner Depot
Boxed Water Is Bettter!
a beautiful design
a simple idea
a green attitude
for one time seams like thinking in the box could do something better for the earth…
Bus Shelter Scale Advertises Your Weight to Commuters [Fitness]: “
Amsterdam health club Fitness First has put scales in bus shelter benches in an attempt to drum up business by reminding commuters that they are fat and lazy.
The digital readout displays the weight of anyone sitting on the bench while a chart directly behind the sitter includes information that can be used to interpret the data in terms of physical fitness. Public ridicule is a powerful motivator—but I highly doubt that anyone with a shred of vanity would actually sit on the bench. At the very least it would be a good excuse to walk to work for a change. [Advertido via The Design Blog]