Week five of our weekly Twitter design resource round-up. This post showcases the best design related links that we have found and Tweeted in the past week. We love new, fresh and original resources. It could be something inspirational, a cool tutorial, a great and useful resource, or even just a damn good read. If you have any cool links that meet this criteria, to not hesitate to send them to us here: Submit News.
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Along with much needed practice, there are a few crucial rules to take into account when aiming towards a design that will effectively portray your clients identity while structuring their brand(s). In this you’ll find yourself glaring at a few crucial rules to follow when designing an effective logo.
The search results page is the prime focus of the search experience, and can make or break a site’s conversion rates. Therefore, bridging the gap between a user and the content or products they seek is a crucial factor in the success of any large website.
In this article, you’ll look at a number of trends and practices incorporated on a variety of websites.
Web masters constantly search for ways to optimize the way content is presented on their sites. With the advent of terms like “above the fold” it is ever so important to provide eye-catching and functional user interfaces.
In this cool tutorial youare going to make a slick content slider, using jQuery and the MopSlider plugin.
View The demo here: Slick Content Slider Demo.
Give your designs a workout with this free Wii Fit inspired vector pack, featuring a range of silhouette graphics in various bendy and stretchy yoga poses. Files include Adobe Illustrator AI CS4 and EPS version 10 for easy use in your favourite vector editing application.
Have you ever dreamed of having a beautifully designed computer? If you answered "yes", this collection of striking and unique custom desktop PC cases may just inspire you into modifying or building your own rig.
Noupe.com loads pretty fast. If you tried to visit Noupe in the past, you should have noticed how slowly the pages were loading and on different occasions the server was down. Great advice from Noupe, helping you choose a good host and using the W3 Total Cache WordPress Plugin (W3TC) to speed up your site.
Good luck to Noupe on her new endeavours. And congratulations to Smashing Magazine on purchasing Noupe.com, at least we are safe in the knowledge that the great site is in good and professional hands.
We have all seen the posts: "The Best of 404 Pages", and all that. This one from, Design Bump, is my favorite. I have no idea how I found this page, but I am delighted I did. Very, very funny. If you have a spare 5 minutes have a look for yourselves.
One of the most challenging aspects of design for many web designers is color selection. The color scheme of a site can have a huge impact on the overall look of the site, and it will have an impact on visitors as well. There are a number of different methods that can be used for finding the right color scheme for a particular project, and in this post we will look at several of those methods.
Google have a new website translator gadget powered by Google Translate that enables you to make your site's content available in 51 languages. Now, when people visit your page, if their language (as determined by their browser settings) is different than the language of your page, they'll be prompted to automatically translate the page into their own language. If the visitor's language is the same as the language of your page, no translation banner will appear.