Archive for December, 2011

30 Black Business Card Designs to Inspire

@ 9:21 PM on December 31, 2011

We’ve seen a lot of business card designs. The most common design would be the simplistic white cards with contact details and personal information. White somehow signifies “corporate” and “formal” so in designing cards, white have be…

Sony Finally Fully Unveils Its Android Tabs, The Sony S and P

@ 3:23 AM on December 31, 2011

Meet the S and P, everyone. Sony just took the wraps off its first generation Android tablets a few moments ago at its 2011 IFA press event. But, as with most non-Apple product launches these days, there isn’t much to report since Sony used t…

Amazon Tablet to Disrupt the iPad, Says Forrester Research

@ 4:34 AM on December 30, 2011

Amazon is about to add another feather in it’s cap. Forrester Research predicts that the Android-powered Amazon tablet, which is rumored to be released this year, will quickly become a legitimate competitor for the iPad. Forrester Research ha…

Comic Sans Defenders [shudder]

@ 1:38 AM on December 30, 2011

We are the Comic Sans defenders. We fear no fonts and we will make the whole world Comic Sans.
Because Helvetica is sooo 2011

Colorspeak – What do colors say to you?

@ 5:44 AM on December 29, 2011

Red invokes anger or passion — two emotions on the opposite spectrum.
Green is for fresh, new, and ecological cred as of late.
Purple represents power and wisdom.
Orange is…

Fun Set of Replacement Adobe Creative Suite Icons

@ 9:30 AM on December 28, 2011

How an applicant tracking system reads your resume [infographic]

@ 7:11 AM on December 28, 2011

Cool Desktop Calendar 2012

@ 11:27 PM on December 27, 2011

10 Ways to Make Your Design Portfolio More Appealing to Employers

@ 8:13 PM on December 27, 2011

Employers who hire designers are often not designers themselves. That reality can cause a disconnect between what designers display in their portfolios and what employers are actually looking for.

If you’re curious about the types of design …

Generate TinyURLs With 1 Line Of PHP

@ 1:55 AM on December 27, 2011

What you end up with is a url of the current page. Sweet, huh? This can be especially important if you have a “Tweet this” link!