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How to choose better online furniture store?
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April 10, 2013 posted by Maan

How to choose better online furniture store?

Shopping can be hectic and overwhelming, and that is the reason so many people are now resorting to shopping for products from groceries to furniture by browsing the web. However, if you are one of those hesitant online shoppers, then do not worry because you are not alone. Even after so many years of secure and advance online shopping, people have their insecurities and objection due to many reasons. One of the main reasons is that people do not feel…

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #26
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April 7, 2013 posted by Maan

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #26

When you are creating a new website you may be inspired by seeing other sites that are beautifully designed. As a web designer, it’s a must to know the current trend, particularly in web designs there’s always new trends emerging quite often. We have seen a lot of trends passed us in a couple of years like web2.0 styles to grunge, hand drawn, big fonts, illustration designs, eCommerce Etc. Now in this Series we collected a different web design like Responsive web design, Retro web…

26 Things to Note Before You Develop a Website – Infographic
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April 7, 2013 posted by Maan

26 Things to Note Before You Develop a Website – Infographic

If you are just getting started on the journey of developing your website, you may feel overwhelmed with all the things you need to figure out and plan before you even get started. There are definitely enough details to consider that it’s worth making a list so you don’t forget any of them. Or, instead of making your own list. This infographic from Pixaal showing the basic things to note before someone or company develop a website. Pixaal has summarized it all to…

Urban Photography by Thomas Birke
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April 5, 2013 posted by Maan

Urban Photography by Thomas Birke

Amazing urban photography by talented German photographer Thomas Birke of several metropolises such as Hong Kong, Berlin, New York, Paris, Shanghai, and Tokyo. Stunning colors in every sinlge photo. Birke manages to make HK look gritty and glamorous, using a long-exposure Sinar film set-up. “I am most interested in density… My aspiration is to show at least 1,000 people or their traces on every picture. Be it the illuminated windows of their apartments, the light streaks of their vehicles or their clothes hung…

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #25
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March 31, 2013 posted by Maan

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #25

When you are creating a new website you may be inspired by seeing other sites that are beautifully designed. As a web designer, it’s a must to know the current trend, particularly in web designs there’s always new trends emerging quite often. We have seen a lot of trends passed us in a couple of years like web2.0 styles to grunge, hand drawn, big fonts, illustration designs, eCommerce Etc. Now in this Series we collected a different web design like Responsive web design, Retro web…

Celebrity Portraits by Amanda Friedman
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March 29, 2013 posted by Maan

Celebrity Portraits by Amanda Friedman

Photographer Amanda Friedman grew up in Motown, a fine city of perennially disappointing sports franchises and deteriorating industry. As a child, Amanda choreographed keenly tweaked air guitar solos to some of D-Town’s finest musical offerings: from Was (Not Was) to The Nuge, to Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, (and much later) Uncle Kracker and Insane Clown Posse. Her expert lineage with the imaginary axe naturally progressed into photography, and her work, of late, has been included in The New York…

Spice Up Your Website with Parallax Scrolling Plugins and Tutorials
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March 27, 2013 posted by Maan

Spice Up Your Website with Parallax Scrolling Plugins and Tutorials

You might have enjoyed playing Mario with your friends. The way he runs and jumps and saves the princess is what we have grown up with. However, did you ever imagine how exactly does the background and foreground work to produce something that changes with the angle of viewing? This is exactly what parallax scrolling is all about. Parallax scrolling is an interesting technique that allows you to scroll. And when you scroll, the background images make you feel that…

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #23
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March 17, 2013 posted by Maan

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #23

Every Web Designer need a inspiration to create every time new things, We start a series for web designers called web design inspiration in this series you will find different and new trends web design, We collected some type of designs like web2.0 styles to grunge, hand drawn, big fonts, illustration designs, eCommerce Etc. Now in this Series we collected a different web design like Responsive web design, Retro web design, Minimal web design, Photography, Typography, Infinite Scroll, Single page,…

Street Photography by Danny Santos
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March 13, 2013 posted by Maan

Street Photography by Danny Santos

Danny is a weekend photographer, taking photos of strangers in Orchard Road since mid June 2008 (about the same time I moved from the Philippines to Singapore). they been trying to create an overall image of the beauty and energy of Orchard Road through the different characters and scenarios found in this busy street of Singapore … and, more importantly, have fun in the process. Why they shoot in the streets… Out here, nothing is prepared. Nothing cooperates with you.. not…

The Whole Truth about Being a Freelancer in Web Design – Infographic
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March 2, 2013 posted by Maan

The Whole Truth about Being a Freelancer in Web Design – Infographic

Being a freelance web designer involves a whole lot of problem solving each and every single day. The creative outlet that people think you have is really quite limited. Sure, if you are designing stuff for yourself, you of course have 100% control. However, that is never the case when you are a freelance web designer. You will have to toss out your own ideas, destroy them even, and follow an abstract thought that your client has tried to share that makes little…