The Best Of 2011: Trendy Web Designs From Deviantart

Year 2011 is rolling forward swiftly and the middle of summer is nearly here. Some of you might unwittingly note that the end of the summer is inevitable while for others that remaining month and half is enough to fully enjoy the benefits that summer offers. Here in the virtual world the time is running … Continue Reading

10 Highly Used and Abused Twitter Trends that are Not Cool

Twitter is the next best thing since sliced bread. We get it. We know. Since sliced bread was pretty easy to figure out, you’d think Twitter would be too. After all, it’s only 140 characters, right? Wrong. The amount of Twitter abuse going around the Twitterverse is mind-boggling! Some offenses are worse than others. While … Continue Reading

4 Money Saving Tips That You Should Follow

I know that you are really good in your field. Design, development or anything you do, I know that it is good, and you’re always trying to get better and earn a higher paycheck. Well, you know, you don’t have to be a finance expert, but money management is really important since if you don’t … Continue Reading

23 Creative Book Cover Designs and Their Story

Even in a deep and text-based world like literature, you still have to think about art: book cover designs. Cover designs are probably the hardest thing for designers to design because it should show the heart and the soul of the book in one single image. At the same time, it should be visually striking … Continue Reading

Inspiring Videos For Designers & Developers

Whether you’re a motion designer, front-end developer or economy student – you have to keep up with the times and constantly increase your knowledge and broaden your professional viewpoint. One of the best ways to do that is by watching videos from professionals and experts in your field. Videos don’t have to be strictly instructive. … Continue Reading

Foolproof Method from Beginning to End for Design Projects

Just like there is a Scientific Method that scientists and researchers should follow, there is also a process for all designers to follow. This is called the ‘Design Thinking Process’, created to make the designer’s job a whole lot easier. The Design Thinking Process has seven concrete steps wherein the problems are defined, ideas are … Continue Reading

Social Networking Sites and their Sidekicks

Recently there has been a race between major social networks to acquire just about every widely used services such as Skype, Fridge, Tweetdeck, and Imeem. Be it the users they are after or the service itself, ordinary people like me are often taken by surprise by their decision. We’re talking about millions to billions of … Continue Reading