Today’s freebie is an xmas poster. Feel free to use it in commercial and non-commercial projects, personal websites and printed work, as long as it’s a part of a larger design. Please do not sell it, redistribute it yourself, claim it as your own or give it as a bonus item to boost sales for […]
The fact that the colors you see alter your moods and have a visible effect on your emotions and view of the world is, by now, commonplace. Everybody knows that. Most likely, so do you. You probably also know how important creativity is in every aspect of your life, from the workplace to your family life and everything in between. Let’s take a look at how colors can affect your own moods and thought patterns.
Christmas is getting closer and we, the team behind Inky Deals (our sister website) want to make a little gift to the Save the Children Fund in Romania. And you can be a part of it. They prepared a marvelous bundle of top-quality design products that will be yours if you decide to participate in the campaign.
It’s safe to say that Thanksgiving is a pretty big deal. It’s one of the major holidays of the year in the U.S. and it’s becoming more and more important all around the world. The meaning of Thanksgiving is one of being thankful for what you have – both things and people around you. This year, small business owners have another reason to feel thankful for. You see, this year, the shopping season starts early.
We are all aware of how a healthy balanced diet can improve our general health and fitness. However research now indicates that there are a number of super foods which can boost your brain power and raise your creativity levels. We have all experienced that mid-afternoon lull in thought processes and lack of good ideas which results from indulging in a rich lunch heavy with carbs, but many refuse to consider the reasoning behind it.