Everyone love free fonts. If you want to be a bit different, you can use these creative fonts to make sure that your designs will stand out.
Note: Before using any fonts on your projects, it’s important to read the licensing agreement!
When designing for the screen, people tend to underestimate the importance of type. You would be wrong to think that only print designers have to kern, adjust, weight and organize type meticulously.
That’s exactly what separates semipro’s from high standard professionals. Let’s talk about minuteness for a bit.
Computers have wedged themselves into every facet of our lives—they are what we would use as the symbolic representation of the modern world.
But did you know that the history of computers dates back to the 1800s?
Indeed, the history and evolution of computers is quite extraordinary—and with many early computing technology innovations tied to defense contracts, much of this information were kept secret from the public for decades. In this article, we explore the development and progression of computers.
Icon design is an essential element in web and interface design. In this massive round up, you will find top notch Photoshop and Illustrator icon design tutorials that will show you how to make amazing and highly detailed icons.
Writing and design have always been two passions of mine. When someone first approached me with a writing opportunity for their blog, I was shocked. It hadn’t crossed my mind for a moment that the two could be brought together harmoniously. I still remember writing that article and building my first brainstorm of topics. I found myself asking, "What makes a good article?"
The last year or two has seen a dramatic increase in the amount of new design and development related blogs breaking out in to the community. In this article, you will see a list of fresh and new design blogs worth subscribing to and reading. Our goal here is to help you discover a few sites that you might not have heard of before.
Google Code Repository is a section of Google that, just like SourceForge, allows developers to upload their code for others to use under license. The repository was launched in 2006 and after searching through its archives, I found a number of interesting scripts and other goodies that would be an asset in any website owner/website builder’s arsenal.