The original post for this project was done way back in August of last year so I thought I would revisit it with a few minor changes.
Why am I posting about Angry Birds? The real question as a designer should be why not. Continue reading Angry Birds
This Smashing article has some good ideas about structuring the way you go about designing websites. Has some helpful links as well.
I was poking around on YouTube and came across this video. I can’t seem to stop watching it. It’s great inspiration for those of us that love Illustrator, Photoshop, animation and catchy typefaces.
Exciting branding can make all the difference to a business as well as a freelancer. Here are some tips on how to brand yourself to stand out in a sea of freelancers.
What do your potential clients find when they search for information about you online? Are there any skeletons you might not want the people you are in business with to see?
It’s something designers need to think about, especially in a world where snapshots and comments aren’t necessarily going to remain private very long. Salary.com has posted a list of some do’s and dont’s that might help you put your best foot forward.
My first recollection of Apple computers was that wonderful Superbowl ad in 1984, based on George Orwell’s book, 1984.
Iconic imagery? Maybe. Maybe not. You can judge for yourself, but I do have to say it’s fun to look back on the history of one of design’s best friends, the Apple Computer.
Those of you that know me will remember that I love free stuff, especially free fonts. With that in mind, I figured I would share the love and hand these over to you, hot off the press.
Hold the Home button on your device (the round button at the bottom of the screen) and simply click the on/off switch. If you did it right the screen will flash and, if the volume is on, you will hear the snapshot sound effect.
Shots taken this way go into your camera roll which can then be uploaded to iPhoto, used in other apps or emailed.