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20 Gist Fonts by Yellow Design Studio
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March 14, 2014 posted by Maan

20 Gist Fonts by Yellow Design Studio

Looking for a modern-yet-retro font? A highly customizable typeface? A totally friendly font you can use for just about any project? Yeah, we get the gist, and if you purchase this Mighty Deal, so will you! Another masterpiece from Yellow Design Studio, Gist is an inline slab serif that features a retro yet modern vibe. With 20 weights and loads of OpenType features including ligatures, swashes and alternates, it comes primed with the tools to work on just about any project….

Preventing Liability by Using a Privacy Policy
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March 8, 2014 posted by Maan

Preventing Liability by Using a Privacy Policy

There is a certain excitement that takes over when you first start a blog online. You are finally getting your viewpoint out there for everyone to read, your opinions carry weight with your readers, and you strive to provide fresh, exciting content to engage your audience. While this is certainly exciting, there are also some serious issues you’ll have to deal with during your climb into the media sphere. One of these issues is minimizing liability. Once you are gaining…

Top 20 WordPress Plugins for Web Designers
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March 1, 2014 posted by Maan

Top 20 WordPress Plugins for Web Designers

As a web designer if you want to make sure that your site does not lack compatibility and can offer you everything, then one of the first things you have to do, assuming you are using WordPress is to add as many useful plugins as possible. You might ask why to use WordPress? Pretty simple! The platform is really blooming and simple at the same time – it will offer the great user interface along with functionality to design in…

Creating Low-poly Art Portraits with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
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February 27, 2014 posted by Maan

Creating Low-poly Art Portraits with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator

If you have an interest in art, you must have noticed the recent trend of presenting portraits in a different look. This look is characterized by faces that seem to have low details and the area covered by the face divided into differently shaped polygons. This art form is not restricted to portraits alone as you can find it applied to landscapes and all sorts of other objects also. These low poly art portraits remind you of early times in…

Why Choose an eCcommerce Solution for Selling Clothes Online?
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February 14, 2014 posted by Maan

Why Choose an eCcommerce Solution for Selling Clothes Online?

You have an eye for fashion and an idea of the market niche in which you want to sell clothes online. You’ve done all your homework, laid out your business plan and now you’re keen to start selling clothes online. One question remains – should you buy a domain name, organize hosting, and hire a website developer/designer to build your site? Or – do you go with an ecommerce service provider and have your new store hosted on a ready-made…

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February 9, 2014 posted by Maan

890 Unique Handwritten Decorative Shapes

There’s just something special about hand-drawn designs. They add a real human touch to things and certainly help any project stand out from the normally pixelated pack. Whether you’re working online or offline, this style just screams “personal touch”. If you’re looking to give a more personal feel to your latest work, this Mighty Deal definitely has your number. Created by Cruzine, this collection of 890 handwritten decorative shapes is guaranteed to give your latest design that homespun feel. Full…

Bronze Sculptures Emerging in Walls by Matteo Pugliese
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February 7, 2014 posted by Maan

Bronze Sculptures Emerging in Walls by Matteo Pugliese

Matteo Pugliese is a Milan based artist who emerged simple man into hard bodied men on white walls. In this series, Pugliese taken his utmost specious and inspiring artistic selection titled Extra Moenia, that were decided by him to present his sculptures in wreckages. A curved knee gives a chance to signify one whole procedure in at least two parts, rest up to left for viewer’s concentration to makes up the limbs and other parts of body which aren’t obvious….

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February 6, 2014 posted by Maan

Geometric Sculptures on Public Space by David Mesguich

David Mesguich, an artist has created an enormous geometric sculpture that was installed by him in the opposite direction of Belgium and France and that blurring the lines in the middle of street art and fine art. Pieces of sculpture can be seen in public areas. It’s supposed to make a contribution to the city rather than to sell it out as these aren’t made to be sold.

The Ultimate Guide to UI Design
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January 29, 2014 posted by Maan

The Ultimate Guide to UI Design

With so much open source code available, developers can literally make anything they can put their mind to. But sometimes, too much information can be a bit overwhelming. How do you even know where to start? If you’re thinking of getting into building user interfaces but aren’t sure how exactly to go about it, this Mighty Deal has your name on it! Experienced UI designer Sacha Greif has put together an eBook called “Step by Step UI Design”, highlighting the dos and don’ts of…

The Best Tech News from Downgraf in the last 12 months
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January 18, 2014 posted by Maan

The Best Tech News from Downgraf in the last 12 months

No industry changes faster than the world of technology. Virtually every 12 months new innovations change the world and the way in which we live our lives. Featured below are some of the best tech highlights of 2013. Cloud Computing Helps Small Businesses Many small businesses are turning digital and the Cloud is aiding the way business is conducted via the web. While many had security concerns in the past, advances in Cloud computing are proving to be hugely beneficial;…