The retro look has been featured in many different areas of design, and with the advent of new modern designs, creating a retro or vintage look gives you a creative edge and your website a nostalgic feel.
Every week we are discovering new, awesome, design stars and showcasing them right here. The spotlight may hit on a logo designer, UI designer, web or graphic designer—we’re bringing you a new talent.
As we have been known to do, Chad and I enjoy grabbing textures and photos while in new cities to take back some visual inspiration from new areas. So while in California I decided to grab a few texture shots and stock-ish images which I know can be handy for others.
Over the past year, the web industry has become flooded with downloadable design files.With the rise of website themes, stock photography, if you look hard enough you can find just about anything online.
Learn how to create some awesome shiny text using layer styles and blending modes in Photoshop.
We don’t usually post this sort of stuff – but we thought this would be something useful to everyone. With the popularity of group buying and cheap bundle purchases. The design world has not been left behind, there are a number of bundle sales in the industry. Today we have 2011’s first bundle!
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…
I just came back from my trip to the Grand Canyon. We hiked Rim to Rim – 23 miles or something.. it was crazy – I took lots of great pics.. no worries there.. I also grabbed some textures along the way. So I decided to compile them here for you.