If you’re working in the field of web development and design, it’s a pretty safe bet to assume you already know what CSS is all about and that you’ve already mastered elements like CSS Transitions and Animations. But, if you’re just starting out, it may just be that the last phrase sounds like complete gibberish to you. Should that be the case, then this is the article for you.
LinkedIn is the largest business-orientated social networking service in the world, with 277 million users, more than 178 million monthly unique visitors and headquarters in the U.S., U.K. and Ireland. If Facebook has changed the way we socialize (and interact with all forms of media, but let’s keep things simple), than LinkedIn has changed the way we look for jobs, and the way jobs look at us.
WordPress is like the gift that keeps on giving. Currently the 18th largest website in the world, housing a staggering 60 million websites, WordPress is showing no signs of slowing down whatsoever. As of August 2013, 18.9% of the top 10 million websites use WordPress, cementing it as the number one blogging system in use, and it really is plain to see for anyone why this is the case.
Web design, like any other form of design, or art in general, is continuously changing. What was cool or hip today can look completely unappealing tomorrow, and that really is the beauty of design; the fact that it constantly makes you up your game, and create new, better works. Nobody could have expected the drastic changes in web design since the 90′s, since technology is such a rapidly evolving creature, and you can do things now -in design- that you would not have even dreamed of back in the 20th century.
Having a wide variety of vintage elements at your disposal can be a real saver in times of need. This kind of elements is extremely popular nowadays, when vintage or retro designs can be found pretty much anywhere. And that’s for a good reason – they look magnificent and will never go out of style. But there’s a huge difference between high-quality designs and bad designs: the first ones can be used in a lot of different projects, and will look great even many years from now!
When our sister website, InkyDeals, told you that they want to come up with the biggest bundles and discounts ever, they weren’t kidding. And this new Colossal Bundle will prove it once again. This entire bundle comes with an extended royalty license, meaning you can use the resources in an unlimited number of personal and commercial purposes, and even merchandise for sales, such as: t-shirts, hoodies, mugs etc!
IMDb is probably the best thing that ever happened to movie buffs. Now more than ever, you can get all the information you could possibly want about a movie, director, actor, producer, sound engineer etc. Big websites are always a hassle to maintain, and sometimes errors just happen. We are talking, of course, about the dreaded 404. But good design can make the experience of finding a broken or dead link enjoyable, and the people responsible for IMDb got the hang of this really well.
Making a product is just one phase in the process of making money. Depending on who you ask, it is either the hardest or the easiest part. You spend days, weeks, months, or even years designing or putting together a website template, a collection of stock photos, a web application security tool, a typography set, t-shirt logo or design, and the next step is selling your product, and that’s shops come in. In ye olde days, shops were family businesses and they sold what the owners were making.
Trade is one of the oldest activities known to man. At one point in human history, someone decided that he wanted more than what he was capable of growing himself, so how do you go about getting something that you are not making yourself? Trade, of course. If I have wheat, I can make bread. But bread is ever so uninteresting if it is not transformed into a sandwich, so how am I going to get meat for the sandwich? You guessed it: trade.
Our sister website, InkyDeals, is back with the third collection of Super Premium Typographic Elements! And this one is better than anything you’ve seen so far on Inky Deals, or on any other website. I’m talking about 88 different typographic elements (in both light and dark versions) that are extremely useful in pretty much any kind of web or print project: from badges and logos, to illustrations, posters, menus and even designs for t-shirts, hoodies, and so on.