Today we’ve a got a nice treat for our readers. The following photographs were professionally taken at Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. Every single image is precisely 4608×3072 pixels, so you have tons of options for re-sizing. You can use these 18 backgrounds for almost anything you can think of. They’re blurred to a point where text or any other object in front could be easily focused on. However they’re not blurred too much, to the point where you can&r
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Francois Rybarczyk is 24 year old industrial designer currently living in San Francisco, USA. He works for an award-winning global design firm IDEO. I recently stumbled upon his personal project titled ‘Sony XTRUD.’ I was inspired by his view on the smartphone industry and decided to share this concept with you today. Because of fast paced technology, we tend to purchase a brand new mobile phone almost every year. But what if I told you don’t need to buy a brand new c
According to Mono, their Civilian Series backpacks were designed for the rough-and-tumble life of the urban adventurer. Without a doubt, that description is right on the money. With the Expander, Mono didn’t want to take the bells and whistles route. They stuck with the classic ”form follows function” principle, and that’s one of the main reasons why I fell in love with this minimal pack. The Expander is intentionally slim, light, and compact. It&
This article was written for Inspirationfeed by Aileen Hines. Aileen is a professional writer, blogger and editor. She runs a data recovery service, and specializes in social media, business consulting and entrepreneurial topics. No one can deny the importance of having an excellent display booth at a trade event. Whether your purpose is to attract potential customers on the spot or to simply build your brand, attracting the right attention in such a busy environment can prove to be quite t
This article was written for Inspirationfeed by Jennifer Watts. Jennifer is a retired business consultant who also loves to blog. You can find her helpful articles mainly on business and marketing websites. If you are searching for a web host, be sure to read the reviews at www.webhostingreviews.ca. Burnout has become a hazard for initially enthusiastic bloggers. Yet without consistently fresh and inspired blogs, the blog could lose readership and ultimately become stagnant. It takes a lot
A fundamental purpose of a stamp is to show the prepayment of postage. Every country around the world is required to have its own name on almost all types of stamps. This kind of denomination is done to indicate the monetary value. To prevent counterfeiting, stamps usually have a unique graphic design to aid clerks with quick recognition of appropriate postage. Plus, many customers simply expect stamps to carry a design. In most cases stamps hold a rectangular shape. However,
This article was written for Inspirationfeed by Ron Taylor. Ron is a writer by profession and used to work for a Fortune 500 company, writing and editing copy for their websites. He currently works from home, writing articles for a couple of e-commerce sites, namely nameplatesdiv.com and signcollection.com. He writes about a number of things like ADA guidelines for accessibility, the many uses of nameplates, and much more. Some people have asked me numerous times wh
This article was written for Inspirationfeed by Ron Taylor. Ron is a writer by profession and used to work for a Fortune 500 company, writing and editing copy for their websites. He’s currently working from home, writing blogs for a couple of e-commerce sites, namely nameplatesdiv.com and signcollection.com. He writes about a number of things and this includes ADA guidelines for accessibility, the many uses of nameplates, and many more. Probably one of the ba
Architecture is all around us. The process of planning, designing, and constructing is an artform within itself. Just like we admire historical constructions, architecture plays an important role for future generations to witness our cultural achievements. The creative manipulation encompasses our intellectual ideas to become a reality with carefully planned drawings, specifications, and structures. If you’re an architecture lover or an aspiring architect, we&rsquo
This article was written by Alan Smith. Alan is an avid tech blogger with vast experience in various IT domains, currently associated with SPINX Inc., a Los Angeles based company of expert Web Designers. Follow Alan on Google + and Twitter. The mobile UX covers the users’ observations and sentiments before they interact with your mobile, during the interaction and after it. They could be doing it through an app or a browser by making use of a mobile device which ma
For generations bathtubs held a boring rectangular shape. Thanks to the advent of acrylic thermoformed baths, more shapes have become available for consumers. Documented early plumbing systems for bathing go back as far as around 3300 BC. From hardened pottery to clawfoot tubs, people have experimented with different solutions to this sanitation problem for many centuries. Today we’re able to enjoy bathtubs made from a variety of materials such as ac
Sebastien Thibault is an accomplished illustrator from Matane, Gaspesie. He studied graphic communication at Laval University. Throughout his conceptual illustrations, Sebastien pays huge attention to objects, shapes, symbols, and colors. The multiple Lux award-winner starts every illustration with his brain, and after sketching multiple ideas he finalizes his work in Illustrator/Photoshop. He’s mainly contracted for editorial illustrations by magazines like Time, Wired, Bos
With WiFi hotspots popping up seemingly everywhere, it’s obvious that our world is becoming increasingly reliant on internet access. This can be GREAT in several different ways, but some drawbacks may cause some to question the viability of even using these access points. From coffee shops to school campuses, access can be had nearly anywhere, but are you really sure that your information is properly protected? Or, better yet, can you even access many of the sites you’d like to visit
This post was written by Kevin, who has been a freelance writer for many years. He is currently collaborating with www.bestcustomwriting.com. Kevin loves to share his knowledge and help others to be better writers. Just as learning is a lifelong process, so is the road to bettering yourself as a writer. Even the most experienced and novice writers still manage to make their writing this year better than it was last year. There’s always an area to improve and tons of advice to be gathered a
Jasper James is an adept photographer working in Shanghai and Beijing. He mainly takes editorial, advertising, and corporate based photos. Jasper’s personal photography ranges from portrait, travel, interiors, and concept driven projects like City Silhouettes. The following photos are from this ongoing project. Jasper had been shooting for the past few years in different Asian cities. The idea and execution is worthy of your attention. Enjoy!