In addition to the Butterflies Vector and Png Clipart Pack these are a set of 23 free Photoshop brushes made from the png files of that set. Most of them have around 1000px in size and some up to 2000px, ideal for print designs. Download Please select your desired download method. Like to Download Or […]
We have been talking about avoiding clichés lately, instead trying to reflect the unique personality of every business. That way our design will stand out among millions. Sometimes the hardest situations come when our clients ask us to implement some not-so-unique elements and it seems almost impossible to convince him that it would be better […]
After posting about “How to destroy the web2.0 look” I had the pleasure to speak Elliot Jay Stocks, the guy who told us about “Destroy the web2.o look” at the Future of Web Design event held in NY. Elliot answered some questions about the controversial topic. He also told us how he avoids clichés and […]
It’s pretty simple to get a great-looking design with silhouettes: just add gradient to simulate a sundown, some palm trees and there you are – a warm, yet trendy design. That’s why I bring 30 Free tree silhouette vectors to enrich your designs. Enjoy!
Elliot Jay Stocks is a senior Designer at Carson Systems, a regular writer for industry-leading publications such as .net, a speaker at conferences and events (in his last one he told us to “destroy the Web 2.0 look”), and also a copious blogger at his own blog and at Carsonified. He gave an interview to […]
Organic designs are always beautiful and butterflies definitely don’t escape from trendy works. These 23 butterflies that I personally caught on Flickr under the creative commons license can help you to achieve that dreamy look. The pack consists of transparent .png isolated objects, silhouettes, b/w and color vector traced vector files in .eps and .svg […]
We all heard about Linux OS. There are a lot of myths about it, not very many people are using it (all Linux freaks won’t agree with me on this – but let’s face the truth – the Linux users are niche community). In this short article I would like to show you what’s Linux […]
In my last post, “How To Destroy The Web 2.0 Look” based on Elliot Jay Stocks’ proposal, I showed some sites that illustrate an opposing trend to the current popular style. This new look has rich textures and an organic feel. The purpose behind these designs is to come up with different web design approaches […]
A trend always appears as opposition to another. Detailed Gothic art was replaced with the pure straight lines from Greek temples in the Renaissance. The tons of hair spray, glitter and multicolor spandex 80′s were demolished by the black & white minimalism from the 90′s. The web is no exception. In the beginning, there was […]
These are a selection of 10 fonts from the urban fonts top 100, that I think fit with the Web 2.0 font trends. Please click on the image of each font to go to the download page on urbanfont.com.