Webapps–compared to their desktop counterparts–have the distinct advantage of being flexible in terms of the environment they have to run in; if you have a web browser and an internet connection, you’re good to go. This allows designers who work in a variety of locations, from office cubicles to the neighborhood coffee shop, to do what they need to do without being bound to a single spot.
I saw the New Yorker cover above on Reddit this morning and was just amazed by it.
Brush Pilot is amazing piece of Mac OS X software, from Jay Hilgert over at Bittbox, for previewing Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Elements Brushes (.abr files). Brush Pilot allows you to instantly preview your brushes without having to load them into Photoshop. It’s built exclusively for Mac OS X.
This post features how various designers have explored the many possible faces of Mario.
I have created a collection of 20 christmas tutorials, to help you inspire and create your christmas designs.
Mostly, the wood is used for background in web design on the whole page, but sometimes you find it either in the header or the center part of the site or even in the footer. Don’t expect to see just the usual texture tiled across the site, you will also see sites that embrace the…
When it comes to being professional, however, sometimes we need to conduct ourselves in ways we wouldn’t with just good buddies.