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Website Design: Some of the most uniquely designed E-commerce websites

E-commerce sites have come a long way since the pioneering days of amazon.com and dell.com. Today many web designers and programmers are pushing the envelope when it comes to the design of e-commerce websites. There are more creative and unique websites that steer away from your typical e-commerce design. When designed properly, with usability and […]

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10 Winning Artistic Flash Websites

FlashMint keeps on supporting you in every issue of your online business and presents a thoroughly selected collection of the most inspiring and professionally developed websites powered by Flash. So please take a look and enjoy!

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  • September 15, 2009
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36 Beautiful Twitter Theme Backgrounds

This post is a continuation of my previous post 40 Beautiful Twitter Theme Backgrounds In Twitter theme design designers are restricted to change only few colors and background that limits designers creativity, but some designers gives a high impact beautiful designs even with these restriction, here I’ve listed 36 beautiful twitter themes to get inspired […]

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  • September 15, 2009
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Getting Clean With PHP

Data security is important and often undervalued by designers, developers, and clients alike. Since PHP 5.2.0, data sanitization and validation has been made significantly easier with the introduction of data filtering. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at these filters, how to use them, and build a few custom functions.

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  • September 15, 2009
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55+ Seriously Useful Free Grunge Fonts

Designs doesn’t have to be clean and beautiful all the time – it is just to boring don’t you think? In some cases rough and hard or old and worn out look fits the purpuse or the target group better and then Grunge style Fonts comes in really handy. Grunge Fonts can probably mean different […]

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  • September 15, 2009
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Aged Type Effect in Photoshop (w/Ps Action)

While working on the poster for DIT Fest last week I managed to create an impressive text effect that I will likely reuse for awhile. It’s very subtle and does not look like a filter. I’m simply adding a slightly aged, worn, or screen-printed look to any typeface. You can even apply this effect to […]

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  • September 15, 2009
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How to Avoid Client Chaos With Effective Screenshots

Some days, it seems like clients are just trying to be impossible. You ask them to click a screen shot image to see it at full size, and they continue talking about how the font in the thumbnail is too small to read. Or, you explain to them that the color calibration on their monitor […]

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  • September 15, 2009
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Interview with Legendary Drew Struzan

Back in the day, when we were kids, there was nothing we’d loved more than watching films that would fulfill our imagination with stories of distant worlds, brave heroes and the hope of a happy future. Movies like Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Back to the Future played big roles in our childhood and the […]

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  • September 15, 2009
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How to Create Retro Art in Photoshop

This was actually a brief given to me by up and coming UK band Rapids! For some poster art they wanted. They wanted a couple dancing with the heads replaced by an embellishment of the famous yellow ‘Acid face’ and done in a retro, cut & paste style.

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  • September 15, 2009
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