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It is truly a revolutionary time in web design. Developers throughout the industry are constantly striving to push the envelope and blaze new trails. There is nothing easy about great web design, but CSS has taken many of the headaches out of the creation of complex, flexible layouts. HTML will only take a designer so […]
No one taking you seriously? Here’s how to position yourself as an expert for massive credibility and respect
Back in the early days of our creative marketing business, Clients from Hell was a gift from the universe. It kept me sane, reading all of those stories from fellow comrades in arms. Now, however, I have a much different take on that site and others like it. What I once saw as a safeKeep reading
In the world of photography products, there aren’t many surprises. We see variations on themes. New strap styles may seek to innovate (and sometimes succeed), but when you get right down to it, they’re straps. “New and Improved” sensor cleaning systems may improve on those that came before, but it’s still a blower or a [...]
Plenty of rich, textural work today on Friday Likes with work from Budapest, Santa Monica, and Barcelona....
Without a doubt Agile is a great way of working, but it can be challenging from a user experience perspective. Fortunately there might be a way to make things better.
Design versus art. What’s the difference, and how does it affect your career as a designer? We all know there is a difference, and those outside our industry might not be able to see it. Your parents, for example, might refer to you as an “artist” even though you are ... Continue reading »
Model And Photographer Call Swimwear Company Out For Altering Photos And Using Them Without Permission
After discovering each other through Instagram, underwater photographer, Pip Summerville, and model/self proclaimed mermaid, Meaghan Kausman, decided to take on a personal project together. Summerville wanted to take photos of Kausman posing in a swimming pool and when Fella Swim heard about the pairing, they were nice enough to offer up some free swimwear for the model to [...]
WordPress is one of the most popular technologies in the history of the Web; it powers everything from personal blogs to huge corporate websites. The trouble is, with so many possible plugins and widgets, its rare to find a theme for your site that isn’t overcrowded with unnecessary clutter. So we’re delighted that our sister-site, […]
Photographer Uses Ferguson for Self Promotion, Community Pissed, Gawker Reporter Launches a Witch Hunt
Over the past month, the events taking place in Ferguson have become a significant catalyst for rising tensions between the public and the media. With the emotional responses that issues of racism trigger across the political spectrum coupled with the response to police brutality that we’re already so familiar with, there’s an unsettling amount of [...]
Line25 Sites of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most outstanding website designs that I stumble across during my every day browsing. In this week’s collection, we have designs from BarCamp Omaha 2014, EyeKiller, Hatch Collective, Build Films and One Design Company. BarCamp Omaha 2014 View the website EyeKiller View the website Hatch […]
A set of color gels are incredibly useful to have around any studio whether you are a still photographer or a filmmaker. They aren’t even that expensive. You can pick up a set of 24 Lee gel filters online for under $40. Definitely worth the investment, BUT if you get caught without a set or [...]
Access All Areas members can now get a taste of the awesome goodies available from The Hip Shop—a popular Creative Market store by superstar designer Madebyvadim—thanks to a kind donation of his brand new Hip Apple device mockup templates. These PSDs feature Apple iPads, iPhones and Macbooks set in still life formations with random objects […]
The US Open 2014 is upon us and as with every big sports event, there is the need for a brand. This year, five illustrators were invited to create the main illustration for the event. Enter Orlando Arocena, a Mexican-Cuban-American who enjoys delivering creative solutions for some of the world's most renowned brands. Although his artwork didn't make the final cut it is still a super inspiring vector illustration full of incredible details. Below, we share a glimpse behind the design process with