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Icons are pictograms, the revolutionary shift from old text-based information and how it used to be understood. These simplified pictorial graphics singularly define a purpose in a very minimal expression, highly recognizable and effective. We may not notice but we move around more icons everyday very casually and regularly than we actually know.
Ghost blog platform is getting more and more popular each day! Lots of themes and templates have appeared, both free and premium. Today, we selected 20 free Ghost themes with clean, minimalist designs, ideal for blogging! If you want a high quality, free blog theme with a clean design, these themes will come in handy! Want more? ...
If you want to start a business, you’ve got to have a plan. LivePlan is a web-based application that entrepreneurs can use to create funding pitches, business plans, and financial statements. LivePlan guides its users through the process of ... Read More
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A website with superior graphics naturally draws more traffic than a website with poor quality ones or a site containing just text. Good-looking images don’t come without problems however. One of the biggest issues with them is the weight they add to files. In addition, you may have difficulty with trying to refine and modify […]
Magento is popular amongst online retailers selling anything from clothes to books. In the retail industry, we know the most important thing is visual imagery. There’s only so much you can say in words. Sometimes you need to let your products speak...
Pumpkin hacking is a term originating from agriculture. Well, maybe not directly from agriculture but rather from enthusiasts who are obsessed with growing huge pumpkins. Is it okay to call them agrogeeks?
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What makes an infographic successful? As designers, we want it to achieve a balance of two main things: Did the reader get the message we wanted them to get? Was the message memorable? Doctoral student Michelle Borkin of Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences worked with collaborators to collect, analyze and present 2,070 single-panel […]
WordPress is everywhere starting from the smallest personal blog and all the way to huge and popular websites because it is one of the most easiest to use platform for creating and maintaining a site. There are so many resources for creating your perfect website that you basically don’t need any coding experience. If you […]
Sky News Weather Icons were designed by Harry Ward, a graphic designer, motion graphics designer and art director from. London, United Kingdom. This work was a revision of the Sky News Weather icons to launch with the wider weather graphics relaunch. They follow the simplicity, legibility and character of the house typeface, ensuring these icons sit comfortably within the Sky News brand. For more information check out Harry Ward's Linkedin profile Via Behance
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Chris Albrecht posted a question on StackOverflow about grids. Essentially: image you have an element with an unknown number of children. Each of those children is some percentage of the width of parent such that they make equal rows, like 25% wide each for four columns, 33.33% wide each for three columns, etc. The goal is to fill the space of this "grid" evenly. There are an unknown number of children, so let's say you were going with 25% and …