For some users, a progress bar can be a very useful thing. It informs them of how much closer they are to completing tasks. Normally, this is used to give a more user-friendly experience. When you open a webpage on your favourite browser, there is already a default progress bar ... Continue reading »
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Beautiful camera, designed by Rotimi Solola and Cait Miklasz, was inspired by the iconic look of a Vespa scooter. Vespa scooter takes you places, now you can bring them home with you. Also check out: Finger Camera and Polaroid Toilet Paper Holder
To wrap up the year 2013, digital agency inTacto created an interactive infographic highlighting the …
Coup de cœur pour l’artiste Mark Summers qui s’intéresse au royaume animal avec une série d’illustrations impressionnante. D’une qualité indéniable, ces visuels, non sans rappeler les gravures de Gustave Doré, réunies sous le nom « Animal Kingdom » sont à découvrir sur son portfolio et dans la suite de l’article.
Morris Partnership designed the Richmond house in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. Project description This inner city site confronted the Architect, Michael Morris, with a number of challenges: Overlooking on three sides An adjacent Victorian cottage to the west boundary. A barren three storey block of flats to the east boundary Restrictive heritage controls exercised […]
It’s Tuesday which means that the Treehouse Show is back! In episode 81 of The Treehouse Show, Nick and Jason (@jseifer) talk about user experience patterns, Angular JS, lazily loading ads, and more. There’s also the usual round up of …Continue reading →
The following is a guest post by Agop Shirinian. Agop ran into an interesting scenario where he needed an element to be scrollable in one direction, while allowing the overflow in the other direction. You'd think that's what overflow-x and overflow-y are for, but it's not that simple. I'll let Agop explain.
Comme Randy P. Martin, le photographe Dan O’Day fait des photos dans lesquelles il positionne ses sujets en silhouettes minuscules au milieu de la nature. Des silhouettes de couples, de mariés, ou de personnes solitaires : une sélection de ses photos est à découvrir dans la suite. Dan O’Day’s portfolio.
Carlos Gilardi… designed the Mediterranean Pearl (La Perla Del Mediterráneo), an ambitious residential project located nearby the sea. As the name already suggests it, the house overlooks the Mediterranean Sea (Bay of Altea, to be more specific) and it opens toward the natural setting. A soothing ambience and the feeling of wellbeing encompasses the house. Wide terraces, wide glass panels,
This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want to participate and share your graphic design inspiration, You can submit your images and inspiration to RAWZ via http://raw.abduzeedo.com and don't forget to send your Abduzeedo username; or via Twitter sending to http://twitter.com/abduzeedo. 007graphics addu-crap Alen Lipuš Andreea Dima Arturo Ortega Baptiste Chabot Besim Hakramaj
A number of new interactive elements were introduced with HTML5 that provide native implementations of common UI widgets like dialogs and modals. Among these new additions are the and elements. These elements allow developers to create collapsable UI …Continue reading →