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Building and Marketing a Lean Startup

By / Jun 26, 2012 / Tips

The current tech industry is going through a major boom cycle. We are seeing more startups launched in the past 4 years than ever before in the history of the Internet. Families and friends can quickly share information on many different networks with ease! And it’s such an exciting time to be working on new…

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21 Beautiful Examples of Single Page Websites

By / Jun 25, 2012 / Inspiration

Single page designs are always a good source of inspiration. They are concise, straight to the point and, most of the time, beautifully designed. This kind of design demands that content and navigation stay on one page, so only important things are displayed. So for today, we gathered 21 web sites that demonstrate the right…

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25 Inspiring Examples of Macro Photography

By / Jun 22, 2012 / Inspiration

Macro photography is the art of capturing extreme close-up subjects and transforming them into breathtaking images. The details and colors that macro photography shows us are amazing and totally inspiring. And that is why today, to close the week with something to please your eyes, we decided to gather examples of beautiful macro photos to…

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Inspiration from Icon Design

By / Jun 21, 2012 / Inspiration

Icons are graphic representations of motives, entities, programs, data, actions and so on. The inspiring thing about icons is that they represent something in a tiny graphic where details and good design are everything. Today we gathered a few examples of inspiring icon design from Dribbble to give you some ideas for your next project….

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Mindful: A Responsive Portfolio WordPress Theme for Creatives

By / Jun 20, 2012 / News

We’ve just released a new WordPress theme at Theme Trust. It’s called Mindful and it’s a responsive portfolio theme that’s perfect for design agencies and creative individuals. One notable feature is the home page sequence slideshow, which gives you options to control text and image position, as well as animation effects. Keep reading to learn…

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Dealing with User Feedback: The Good and The Bad

By / Jun 19, 2012 / Tips

Working as a web designer you need to handle constructive criticism frequently. It comes with the territory and the sooner you learn this lesson the easier it’ll be to move forward. Nobody is perfect, and even some of these critiques may be plain wrong!

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21 Beautiful Examples of Color Usage in Web Design

By / Jun 18, 2012 / Inspiration

Last week we showcased examples of Minimal Color Usage in Web Design, and today, to keep you inspired about color options and combinations we decided to gather examples of beautiful colorful websites. We will show here that you don’t need a rainbow or super bright colors to add a nice colorful touch to your page….

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30+ Fresh Icon Illustrator Tutorials

By / Jun 15, 2012 / Tutorials

As Graphic Designers, it’s important for us to learn how to create high quality icons. Whether it involves designing a basic icon or more complex images, this is a highly sought after skill. In this collection, we’ll be sharing with you the latest Adobe Illustrator Icon Tutorials from around the web, ranging from social icons…

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8 jQuery Plugins for Enhancing Typography

By / Jun 14, 2012 / Tools

Being able to improve and manipulate web typography has always been one of the biggest changes for web designers. But thanks to the ease of use and popularity of jQuery, developers are coming up with some clever ways to do just that. For this post we’ve gathered 8 useful jQuery plugins that allow you to…

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The Benefits of Collaborative Web Design

By / Jun 12, 2012 / Tips

Networking online has become easier and more beneficial with so much open communication. Internet users love to share ideas which you can find all throughout blogs and web forums. But aside from hanging out and having fun online there is real business to be done.