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How can you use design techniques to make things feel scarce? It's an important concept, particularly in terms of creating a sense of urgency for e-commerce or clicking a call to action before it is too late. Flash sales, limited editions, "only 2 remaining" - these are all triggers of scarcity that make a user […]
If you're a fan of the vintage art style you'll love exploring the wealth of quality design resources in this new Vintage Treasure Trove bundle! This hand-picked vintage collection brings you a variety of high-quality vintage ephemera, including beautifully restored illustrations, detailed fonts, high-quality textures and so much more! It's a true treasure trove for […] The post $2296 Worth of Must-Have Tools for Creating Vintage Effects for $29 appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Unlike popular belief, business cards are still very relevant. They continue to serve as an important business collaterally, which you can use to provide the right set of information to people. This information may be about you or your organization. For corporates and in many business cultures, the exchange of business cards is an unmissable […] The post 11 Innovative Business Card Design Trends For 2022 first appeared on Web Design Blog Helping Website and Graphic Designers.
Websites that feature a video on their welcome page are increasing in popularity, as they draw the visitor’s attention from the get-go and create a more interesting environment. If used properly, videos can give the visitor a better understanding of the website by telling a story that will stick with the viewer. They can also […] The post 20 Superb HTML5 Video Websites appeared first on Line25.
While I feel very fortunate to have the means to take a modest family vacation most summers, I often have mixed feelings about going (a true first-world problem). If things... The post The Creative Benefits of Taking a Vacation appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, the demand for high-quality programming and information technology employees continues to escalate. The pandemic of 2020 brought with it major leaps forward in terms of flexible work arrangements. IT workers, many bound only by a laptop, were quicker than many to renegotiate the terms of their employment. Traditionally, businesses...
php[architect] magazine has announced the publication of their latest issue, the March 2018 edition: Long Running PHP. Some of the articles featured in this issue include: "PHP Daemons and Long-Running Processes" by Tim Lytle "Evolving PHP" by Chris Pitt "Containers Are a Pile of Lies! Part Two" by Larry Garfield "Hands on With Accessibility" by Derek Binkley Other topics mentions in the usual columns cover the Lumen framework, code reviews, signed Git commits, running a user group and the use of Twitter for PHP development. You can check out the full list of articles in this latest issue and get a copy of your own on the php[architect] site. If you're interested in the content of the issue, be sure to check out this month's free article.
In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial we’re going to create a vector polygon style logo graphic that’s made up of numerous shapes, each with a gradient fill which gives it a faceted diamond kind of appearance. I’m using the image of a wolf’s head in this tutorial, but the same process can be used to create […] The post Video Tutorial: Vector Polygon Logo Graphic in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
This week's Designer News (N.375) includes Color Accessibility Tools, a Sketch Click-Thru Prototype Plugin, Image Loading Tips, Advice on SSL/HTTPS, Best Practices for Split Screen Design and more. The post Weekly News for Designers (N.375) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
If you're like many designers, you've had every intention of updating your design portfolio -- for the last two years at least. But procrastinating on your portfolio is a mistake. You never know what opportunities you could be missing out on because someone landed on your tired, old portfolio. As the co-founder of Semplice, a […]
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