Whatever profession you’re in, there’ll come a time when you’ll need your own business card. This graphic design tutorial will show you a way to create a standard two-sided business card design in Adobe Photoshop that you can take to your printer.
The holiday season of 2009 is upon us and if you’re not sure what to get your designer or developer friend, family member, and/or significant other, we’re here to help.
Be sure to add your own wish list for this holiday in the comments if they’re not on here!
Movie posters have been around for longer than most of us have lived – thus, studying them can give us insights on how design has progressed throughout recent history. They were the main way of advertising film 70 years ago, and although we now have television commercials and the internet, posters are still one of the best forms of advertisement. In this collection, we will look at how poster design has developed over the years, looking at films that have been remade.
Last week, Navicat, creators of popular database administration software, worked with Six Revisions to see what your favorite RDBMS was. To make the voting more interesting, Navicat offered up three licenses of their new Navicat Premium application, a tool for managing MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL databases in one central and unified interface. Today, we’re happy to announce the three winners of the Navicat Premium licenses.
The winners are:
- Ole – Navicat Premium (Windows)
- Jonathan Chee – Navicat Premium (Mac OS X)
- exe – Navicat Premium (Linux)
One of the most overlooked aspects in designing a website that we often brush off is web accessibility. There’s a misconception that web accessibility requires sacrifices to aesthetics, or that it’s not worth the effort.