We’ve teamed up with our pals at Vandelay Designs to show off their new UI Set, full of design goodie awesomeness. Three lucky winners will be able to add these slick UI elements to their arsenal of design tools!
For those who have been following Inspiredology for a while now, you may know that we enjoy, and take huge pride, celebrating our birthday each year in February. This year is no different and we’ve put together an awesome prize pack for a lucky winner!
Hey awesome Inspiredology readers! Our good friends over at the Carbon Ads Network are running a sweet new Mac/Web App Bundle under $30—and they have just added an iPad2 Giveaway to sweeten the deal! See how you can get in on this.
Each year we like to join in the festive holiday season by offering a giveaway. In the past we have done the “12 days of Christmas” as well as the “HUGE” Christmas giveaway.
This tutorial details how I created the Om Mani Padme Hum wallpaper and what techniques were used to get the final result.
Modern stage of design industry development introduces new requirements for the text layout on web pages, logos, banners, etc. to ensure such graphics and textual works remain competitive and interesting for the wide audience.
It is clear that there are no certain rules for a groovy font. Moreover, it is not about following some rules or traditional approaches, groovy style is all about alternative traits and experimenting with strokes and glyphs.
Last week we posted 11 Textures from Chicago, I had the awesome opportunity to head to another great place New York City. This was my second time around, but I was invited by ThinkStock a great new website, that you will be hearing much more about in the upcoming future.
A few weeks ago we took a small weekend trip to Chicago. I love to travel and every time I travel somewhere I tried to bring something back for the readers of Inspiredology.
Bokeh had become a huge trend in 2009, and shows no sign of stopping anytime in 2010. I took these images over Christmas, of a Christmas tree believe it or not… It was very simple to do actually, just zoom in close, blur the focus and start snapping. To all you texture junkies, these are…