Inspiration hits you when you don’t expect it. That is why we, creative professionals, have to constantly be in a medium that inspires us. Everyone gets their inspiration differently, but it doesn’t hurt to try new things. Maybe you will find a muse that you never dreamed of, and it will take you to new design heights. Gazing at galleries truly is a guilty pleasure of mine.
WordPress is the biggest open source blogging tool in the world, being used by more than 22% of the top 10 million, as of August 2013, and a total of 60 million websites world-wide; an achievement it has reached in just over a decade of existence. Today, we will be running down a few trusted and free contact form plugins for WordPress.
Each month, we do a roundup of the best tutorials we have found in the past 30 days, and post it on our website. All so that you do not have to waste precious time searching for the right tutorials, and so that we can do our part in helping the world have better designers. Let us kick off this month’s roundup.
Ever since we first came into contact with a PC, we were completely fascinated with minuscule little pictures on the screen that pop-up into great big windows (or tremendous worlds to be explored, in the case of games). That’s why thought we might make an article showcasing a few creative chat logo designs, so that you might get a bit of design inspiration, and maybe even find that illusive great logo that you have been looking so long for.
We recently celebrated with our sister website, Inky Deals, Inky’s third birthday and we had a blast! Our little blob is all grown up now. As a thank you, and to show our gratitude, Inky Deals prepared one last Colossal Bundle stuffed with over 40 GB of premium design resources! It’s a combination between The Ultimate Design Library, The Giga Bundle, 1,500 Premium Vectors and it’s absolutely HUGE! It will expire on 5th of November, tomorrow to be more exact, so I suggest you to hurry up!
Kevin J. Weir is an awesome artist – “I grew up in the woods of rural upstate New York, just outside of Binghamton. Went to Penn State for undergrad. Studied abroad in Australia. Photoshopped a vacation to Antarctica while in Australia. Somehow got a masters at the VCU Brandcenter. I’m now an art director at Droga5 in NYC. I enjoy bears, space and gifs. Also, table tennis, mountains, science fiction, surrealist art, popcorn, animation and Jeff Goldblum.”
Technology just would not be where it is today, if it were not for graphic user interfaces. To help you stack up with provisions for this new age, we have decided to make a list of some of the coolest web and mobile GUI kits and Wireframe templates, so you will not have to go around clicking left and right in search for the right kit or template for your project.