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Feedback. The Creativity Killer.

Jun 17, 2009

We’ll tackle negative feedback and learn how to combat it. You’ll discover the 12 ways to manage feedback and keep your creativity alive.

By Francisco Inchauste

26 Beautiful Photoshop Tutorials on Designing Posters

Jun 16, 2009

In this article, you’ll find top-notch tutorials for creating posters. Not only will you be learning specific procedures for creating posters, but also Photoshop and general design practices such as photo-composition, illustration, coloring processing, typography effects, working with custom shapes, using Filters in unique ways, and much more.

By Tomas Laurinavicius

How to Create a Grunge Web Design Using Photoshop

Jun 15, 2009

In this step-by-step web design tutorial, you will learn how to craft a beautiful and eye-grabbing grungy web layout using Photoshop. In the process, you will witness beginning to intermediate level techniques for building your own web layouts in Photoshop.

By Jan Cavan

Six Revisions Mobile Version Officially Live!

With today’s increasing demand for mobile device compatibility of websites and web applications, it’s imperative to make a site as accessible and friendly to a wide range of mobile technologies as possible.

By Jacob Gube

20 Creative and Unique Typefaces

Jun 14, 2009

We live in a world surrounded by Times New Roman, Arial and Helvetica, typefaces so functional that they have long since become boring. In this article, you will find very creative fonts that surely push the limits of uniqueness.

By Tom Walker

12 Excellent Free Tools for Monitoring Your Site’s Uptime

Jun 12, 2009

It’s essential that your sites and web apps are constantly accessible to your users. In this article, you will find free and useful monitoring tools to help you know when your website or web application becomes unavailable.

By Jacob Gube

Why Designers Should Learn How to Code

Jun 11, 2009

The hard truth is that the buck of development should stop with designers. For optimum efficiency, designers should not only be concerned with painting the bigger picture but also building it! In this article, I’d like to share with you some reasons why designers should learn how to code.

By John Urban

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