Tag Archives: webdesign
Posted on 12. May, 2010 by bmackler.
Most designs, whether for print or the web need strong imagery. The right picture that tells the story better than the best copywriters around. Sometimes that image can be abstract and man made and other times elements from the world around us capture the power and beauty we are looking for. There are times that [...]
Posted on 22. Mar, 2010 by bmackler.
Generally speaking, Non Profits have smaller budgets for their marketing and the first thing out the window is a well thought out and well designed website. All too often organizations do not realize that they should be doing the opposite and dedicating more of their resources to developing a successful and memorable website as a [...]
Posted on 16. Dec, 2009 by bmackler.
Minimalism has been a very popular website design style for a while now. Some people say it is simply boring and uninteresting because all of the “eye candy” and effects have been removed… I think it is a classy and functional design style that showcases strong typography, good design and layout skills. Simply put, the [...]
Posted on 09. Nov, 2009 by bmackler.
These days its safe to say that Firefox is the most popular browser among web designers and developers. With such a crowded browser field, staying at the top of the heap takes alot of work. One of the leading factors that make Firefox the preferred browser is it’s massive library of great plugins and extensions, [...]
Posted on 05. Nov, 2009 by bmackler.
There are tons of great, standout web designers and design studios in the world, but at the top there are a select few who stand out from the rest. Their passion, immense creativity, determination and attention to detail make them shine as true leaders of the field. I have compiled what I think is the [...]
Posted on 28. Sep, 2009 by bmackler.
The web is home to hundreds of Photoshop text effects and tutorials, but I have made a list of what could be considered the best tutorials on the web. Its a great way to improve your Photoshop skills and to stay up to date with what is going on. In just a few steps you [...]
Posted on 25. Sep, 2009 by bmackler.
In a previous post I mentioned how hard it can be to find the right inspiration for a project. Sometimes you just stare at the Photoshop canvas, looking at the blank screen, hoping something will just pop into your head, trying your hardest not to give up…but no matter how hard you try you can’t [...]
Posted on 24. Sep, 2009 by bmackler.
So we have learned all about raster and bitmap images and what they can and can’t do but the question remains, can we create images in Photoshop that can be made larger and smaller without losing their quality? The answer used to be no, but in recent versions of Photoshop that has changed. While somewhat [...]