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Typographic Clock Screensaver

Tweet No doubt its been around for a while, but it never gets old. Amazing in terms of function, design, and simplicity while still complex

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3D Tribute to Apple Design

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Quote: The life of a designer…

Tweet The life of a designer is a life of fight: fight against the ugliness. Massimo Vignelli

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Creative Resumes

Tweet Setting your resume apart from the hundreds and thousands of others is a huge task. Hongkiat has a great sampling of some creative looking resumes, a few of which we have pasted here. Of course, the challenge in this is being in a situation where someone actually wants to see a PDF or hard copy version of your resume. …

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Quote: The aim of art is…

Tweet The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. Aristotle

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What A Web Developer Is – And Isn’t

Tweet There seems to be a lot of confusion in the world today about what it is that web developers are and do. Are they designers? Programmers? Marketers? Business owners? While being a little of all of these is important in the world today, that’s not what web developers really are. I’m constantly getting requests for quotes on a daily …

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Photo: Do you need to say Sorry? Here’s a novel way

Tweet Sometimes a novel way to say sorry helps…

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WordPress Theme Development Tutorials

Tweet This is a great compilation of WordPress theme development tutorials: Basics of WordPress Theme Design Part 1: Introduction; the fundamentals of WordPress theme development Part 2: The index.php and style.css files: the most important parts of any theme. Part 3: The header.php, sidebar.php and footer.php files. Part 4: The single.php file: the file that handles posts. Part 5: The …

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FedEx Logo: Brilliant or Lucky?

Tweet I often see the Fedex logo as a great example of a logo done right. Simple, yet sophisticated. Sophisticated because the space between the e and the x forms an arrow pointing forward. The first time I saw this mentioned on a design blog I did not buy it, but then I saw the same thing a few times. …

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Quote: Learning how to handle complexity

Tweet Our opportunity, as designers, is to learn how to handle the complexity, rather than shy away from it, and to realize that the big art of design is to make complicated things simple. Tim Parsey

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