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A List Apart
  • Gardens, Not Graves

    The stream—that great glut of ideas, opinions, updates, and ephemera that pours through us every day—is the dominant way we organize content. It makes sense; the stream’s popularity springs from the days of the early social web, when a huge number of users posted all types of content on unpredictable schedules. The simplest way to […]

  • Radio-Controlled Web Design

    Interactive user interfaces are a necessity in our responsive world. Smaller screens constrain the amount of content that can be displayed at any given time, so we need techniques to keep navigation and secondary information out of the way until they’re needed. From tabs and modal overlays to hidden navigation, we’ve created many powerful design […]

  • This week’s sponsor: The Digital PM Summit

    The Digital PM Summit is the event for folks who manage digital projects. Attend the Summit October 6-7 in Austin, TX.

  • Matt Griffin on How We Work: Being Profitable

    When I recently read Geoff Dimasi’s excellent article I thought: this is great—values-based business decisions in an efficient fashion. But I had another thought, too: where, in that equation, is the money? If I’m honest with myself, I’ve always felt that on some level it’s wrong to be profitable. That making money on top of […]

  • Ten CSS One-Liners to Replace Native Apps

    Håkon Wium Lie is the father of CSS, the CTO of Opera, and a pioneer advocate for web standards. Earlier this year, we published his blog post, “CSS Regions Considered Harmful.” When Håkon speaks, whether we always agree or not, we listen. Today, Håkon introduces CSS Figures and argues their case. Tablets and mobile devices […]

  • This week’s sponsor: Bigstock

    Bigstock is now offering a 7-day free trial. Get 35 free hi-res, royalty-free images. Download now!

  • Laura Kalbag on Freelance Design: I Don’t Like It

    “I don’t like it”—The most dreaded of all design feedback from your client/boss/co-worker. This isn’t so much a matter of your ego being damaged, it’s just not useful or constructive criticism. In order to do better we need feedback grounded in understanding of user needs. And we need to be sure it’s not coming from […]

  • Kids 4–6: “The Muddy Middle”

    I call kids between ages 4 and 6 the “muddy middle,” because they’re stuck right in between the cute, cuddly preschool children and the savvy, sophisticated elementary-schoolers. They’re too old for games designed for toddlers, but they can’t quite read yet, so they struggle with sites and apps geared toward older kids. Unfortunately, you rarely […]

  • This week’s sponsor: Applause

    Applause ensures your web and mobile apps work every time, everywhere, for every user! Learn how we can help. Applause has a free ebook for our readers that covers: Overcoming Common QA Challenges: Avoid the frequent hang-ups of functionality, design and more Mobile Web vs. Native Apps: Both mobile, but very different testing challenges Expanded […]

  • Longform Content with Craft Matrix

    Jason Santa Maria recently shared some thoughts about pacing content, and my developer brain couldn’t help but think about how I’d go about building the examples he talked about. The one fool-proof way to achieve heavily art-directed layouts like those is to write the HTML by hand. The problem is that content managers are not […]

Awakened Voice
  • Adventures In Cord Cutting

    This may be of some interest to folks interested in tech and web development so I’m cross-posting from my personal blog. I am going to embark on a personal crusade in 2011 to scale back my reliance on Cable TV in favor of the HTPC approach. If you’re interested in that sort of thing check […]

  • The Future Of Technology

    Recently I was listening to an Economist podcast (embedded below) where the discussion centered on where things would stand 25 years from now. When talking about what types of things would and would not exist 25 years from now the gentleman speaking said he was certain that books would exist but many current high tech […]

  • Tablet Mania At CES

    Holy tablets Batman! CES 2011 was flooded with companies promoting their soon-to-come tablet computers including Toshiba, Vizio, Acer, Samsung, Motorola, Blackberry and more. Most will run some version of Android but a couple will have other operating systems like Blackberry or Windows 7. Two major players who didn’t announce anything tablet related, but probably will […]

  • My Favorite iOS Apps

    I have seen a lot of blogs posting their favorite iPhone or iOS apps which seems to make sense since there will be a lot of new owners of iPhones and iPads after the Christmas and Hanukkah holidays. So in the spirit of sharing I decided to post links to a few of the apps that […]

  • Assessing The Chrome OS

    I have been watching the discussion about the Google Chrome OS with great interest. Since there hadn’t been much news on the OS in the past year I thought maybe that Google had decided to focus more on Android and continue to develop Chrome as only a web browser. But then Google launched their Chrome […]

  • The Murdoch Myth

    If you listen to the shows This Week in Tech and This Week in Google on Leo Laporte’s TWiT network you hear lots of interesting commentary on tech topics. Unfortunately from time to time you also hear some ridiculous hyperbole, most of which references News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch. Murdoch is famous for many things […]

  • How Big Companies Mess Up Acquisitions

    When big companies such as Yahoo acquire small companies like Delicious or Flickr they usually do so with the best of intentions but almost always seem to end up messing it all up. The world of Web 2.0 has seen more than their fair share of these situations. Think News Corp’s acquisition of MySpace. Or […]

  • The Unfortunate Predicament of Google TV

    Well, this isn’t what Google hoped for when they released their very hyped Google TV software. The “this” I’m referring to is the blocking of the software by major television networks. Since Google TV supports Adobe Flash in the browser (Chrome) included with the software many assumed that they would be able to access sites […]

  • It’s Time For Microsoft To Up Their Game

    There are major changes afoot in the world of computer operating systems. Since the original iPhone was released in 2007 many people and companies have altered their expectations about their mobile device experiences. For many years cell phone operating systems were expected to be just utilitarian enough to easily manage a few basic tasks such […]

  • Web Based Services Come And Go

    It has been busy week for web conglomerates shutting down services that are not performing. Six Apart decided to shutter their Vox blogging service. Amazon is folding Amie Street into their current music download service. Finally, IAC Interactive is killing web-based RSS reader Bloglines. None of this is earth shaking news but it serves to […]

Spoon Graphics RSS Feed
  • How To Create a Washed Out Vintage Matte Photo Effect

    Washed out matte effects seem to be really popular in the Photography scene at the moment. These effects look particular cool when combined with warm vintage tones to add a classic nostalgic feeling to your images. Follow this step by step tutorial to process and transform your shots in Photoshop to create a warm washed […]

  • Retro Party Invitation Design Templates for Members

    I’ve teamed up with Wing’s Art and Design Studio to add some awesome new resources to the Access All Areas section. Members can now download a collection of 4 cool, retro style invitations featuring vector illustrations and seamless patterns. Use them to quickly knock up invites for a children’s party, or make use of the […]

  • Every Kind of Vector Element you Could Ever Want!

    I’m sure we’ve all done a bit of window shopping on stock resources websites, seen some cool items and thought “They’re cool, I’d quite fancy them”, but if you want a lot of resources it soon ends up out of your budget. The value of the latest bundle from Design Cuts is a big enough […]

  • How To Create an Origami Style Logomark in Illustrator

    I recently received a great tutorial suggestion from a reader named Brigid who asked if I could create a guide to creating an origami style illustration. We’ll use Adobe Illustrator to tackle this design for its advanced shape editing abilities and make particular use of Smart Guides to perfectly align our vector paths. Once the […]

  • Photocopy Noise Textures for Access All Areas Members

    The latest resource for Access All Areas members to enjoy is a best selling item from Simon Birky Hartmann’s The Shop. This pack of Photocopy noise textures includes six high res scans from an old laser copier with a faulty drum and toner combo, resulting in some fantastic dust and noise patterns which are perfect […]

  • 20 Free PSD Templates to Mockup Your Poster Designs

    Creating an artistic poster is one of the most fun projects a designer can work on. It’s especially satisfying when you have your hard work professionally printed into a physical poster, but this can be quite costly. You don’t have to spend all that money to see how your design would look freshly printed and […]

  • 5 FlyerHeroes Templates for Access All Areas Members

    Access All Areas members can get their hands on some fantastic new resources this week. 5 editable flyer templates have been kindly donated by FlyerHeroes especially for members. Each flyer is composed in an easy to use layered PSD file perfectly set up for print in CMYK 300dpi format, allowing you to easily edit the […]

  • Free Wilderness Vector Graphics & Logo Template Kit

    I’ve been busy drawing and tracing various vector graphics in order to create a comprehensive logo & icon kit for my latest free design resource. The Wilderness Survival Kit is a collection of 60+ vector graphics and 7+ ready made editable logo templates based on the popular theme of the great outdoors. Easily build logos, […]

  • This is by Far the Best Fonts Bundle I’ve Ever Seen!

    I’ve seen some enticing deals recently but this Artistic Fonts Bundle is by far the best collection I’ve ever seen! $400 worth of absolutely gorgeous fonts discounted by a whopping 93% makes this the best $29 you’ll ever spend. This bundle features 14 hand crafted fonts, all of which are competing as my favourite! There […]

  • Cave Painting Vector Graphics for Premium Members

    Access All Areas Members are being treated to a cool set of premium vector graphics today. This set of cave painting graphics from DesignSomething includes 18 illustrations of various neolithic objects and scenes of hunting & gathering. The graphics are available in both AI and EPS file types, making them perfectly compatible with Illustrator, Photoshop […]

CSS Tricks
  • JavaScript Event Madness! Capturing *all* events without interference

    The following is a guest post by Matthias Christen and Florian Müller from Ghostlab. Ghostlab is cross-browser cross-device testing software for Mac and PC. One of the things I’m very impressed Ghostlab can do is sync the events from one browser to all the others. Scroll one page, the others you are testing scroll. Click […]

  • CSS Triggers

    When you change a CSS properties value, the browser needs to react to your change. Some values change the layout of the page. For instance, a change in width requires the browser to update layout, then “paint” any pixels that have changed, then “composite” them together. That’s a lot of work. Some CSS properties can […]

  • RWD Bloat

    Dave Rupert does an in-depth analysis of his own responsive site to figure out where he’s at, identify places to improve, and evaluate the idea going around that responsive design is at fault for bloated websites. Says Dave: Expect RWD to add ~10% Direct Link to Article — Permalink RWD Bloat is a post from […]

  • GitHub’s CSS

    Mark Otto takes us on a tour of the CSS of GitHub.com. So great to read a straight-talking bit like this, warts and all. This is 90% the same as we do things at CodePen. One major difference is that they combine all their CSS into two files and just serve them on all pages. […]

  • Guide to Responsive-Friendly CSS Columns

    The following is a guest post by Katy Decorah (edited by Jason Morris). Katy was researching CSS columns and how they can work responsively, as there wasn’t much information she could find out there on the subject. So, like a hero, she wrote it all up. Here’s Katy: With CSS columns you can create a […]

  • Sponsored: Tower 2.0 is Here – To Make Git Easy!

    The following is a guest post by Tobias Günther. Together with his team, Tobias creates Tower, a Git client for Mac. I personally use it every day. Just this week, they released version 2 of Tower, which I was a beta tester for. I’ll let him explain all about Tower, why they created it, and […]

  • Responsive Images: Use Cases and Documented Code Snippets to Get You Started

    Andreas Bovens put together this epic recipe list for <picture> / <img srcset>. There are four scenarios: Do my image sizes change depending on my responsive design rules? Do I want to optimize for high-dpi screens? Do I want to serve images with different mime types to browsers that support them? Do I want to […]

  • 3.14 things I didn’t know about CSS

    Mathias Bynens is the master of finding, investigating, and playing with quirky (yet often valid) bits of CSS and HTML. Direct Link to Article — Permalink 3.14 things I didn’t know about CSS is a post from CSS-Tricks

  • A Compendium of SVG Information

    A huge pile of information about SVG. How to Use SVG These are overview articles covering lots of stuff relating to SVG. Why to use it and the basics of how to use it. Mostly: <img>, background-image, <svg>, <iframe>, and <object>/<embed>. Using SVG by me Resolution Independence With SVG by David Bushell SVG on MDN […]

  • Hacks for dealing with specificity

    The overall point here by Harry Roberts is to keep the specificity on your selectors as low as you can. The end result of that effort is: More reusable styles. When you need to override that style, you have opportunities to nudge that specificity a bit higher while still being reusable and not fighting yourself. […]

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  • A Highly Configurable Javascript-based HTML Minifier

    HTML Minifier is a highly configurable, well-tested, Javascript-based HTML minifier, with lint-like capabilities. At its core, minifier relies on HTML parser by John Resig. John’s parser was capable of handling quite complex documents, but would sometimes trip on some of the more obscure structures. For example, doctype declarations were not understood at all. HTML minifier […]

  • Ocrad.js – Optical Character Recognition in JavaScript

    Ocrad.js is a pure-javascript version of the Ocrad project, automatically converted using Emscripten. It is a simple OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program that can convert scanned images of text back into text. Clocking in at about a megabyte of Javascript with no hefty training data dependencies. Unlike GOCR.js, Ocrad.js is designed as a port of […]

  • Chevereto – High Quality Image Sharing Platform

    Creating image hosting and sharing websites is many times daunting, expensive, and not easy.Introducing Chevereto, an installable, high quality image hosting platform with a drag and drop uploader, custom theme support, user accounts, private albums and even more. Getting Started Chevereto rocks a clean step by step installation process, making it easy and fast to […]

  • A Fast Anonymous Browser Fingerprinting JS Library

    Fingerprinting is a technique, outlined in the research by Electronic Frontier Foundation, of anonymously identifying a web browser with accuracy of up to 94%. A browser is queried for its agent string, screen color depth, language, installed plugins with supported mime types, timezone offset and other capabilities, such as local storage and session storage. Then […]

  • Benefits and Challenges of Ruby on Rails

    Over the last decade, Ruby on Rails has become an increasingly popular solution for building web applications through a fast and cost-efficient development process. Is Rails really the answer to our current needs in app development? Read on to find out. But first, what exactly is Ruby on Rails? It’s a web application development tool […]

  • Notification Styles with CSS Animations for Inspirations

    There are some simple ideas and effects for unobtrusive website notifications. There are a lot of ways to show an unobtrusive message to a user: from the classic growl-like notification to a bar at the top of the viewport. There’s really no limit to making creative notification styles and effects but you should keep in […]

  • Free Download: iOS 7 Wireframe Toolkit for Prototyping

    André Revin was creating an app flow in illustrator and he made an Ai file iOS7 iPhone 5 mockup for prototyping. He made a pixel perfect wireframe mockup. Super easy to create your prototype. You can download the source file for free and use in their work. There are 28 artboards size of 320 by […]

  • A JavaScript Powerful CSV Parser for Web Browsers

    There’s a thousand CSV libraries for Javascript. Papa Parse is different. It’s written with correctness and performance in mind. Papa is the first multi-threaded CSV parser that runs on web pages. It can parse files gigabytes in size without crashing the browser. It correctly handles malformed or edge-case CSV text. It can parse files on […]

  • Waves – Click Effect Inspired by Google’s Material Design

    Waves is click effect inspired by Google’s Material Design. It’s easy to use Waves. Download the latest version of Waves from Github repository. Just include waves.min.css and waves.min.js to your HTML file. And Waves is ready to use. Waves works in latest modern browser (i.e. Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari) and also IE10+. Waves is […]

  • A Series of Screencasts and Guides for Ruby on Rails

    GoRails is Ruby on Rails screencasts for developers who want to become pros. GoRails is a series of screencasts and guides for all aspects of Ruby on Rails. Learn how to setup your machine, build a Rails application, and deploy it to a server. What they are going to be bringing you is bite-sized chunks […]

HTML 5 Doctor
  • Using ARIA in HTML

    ARIA (WAI-ARIA if you want to be formal) is a set of attributes that you can add to HTML elements. These attributes communicate role, state and property semantics to assistive technologies via the accessibility APIs implemented in browsers. The W3C HTML specification provides information about which ARIA attributes are allowed to be used on each […]

  • Responsive images – end of year report

    It’s nearly two years since I suggested a <picture> element as a strawman proposal as a way to solve the problem of responsive images, so let’s have a look at how we’re doing. In September there was a big meetup at Mozilla’s Paris office organised by Mozilla’s Marvellous Mr Marcos who’s been very active in […]

  • The classList API

    I have to be honest with you: I feel like a fraud writing about JavaScript for HTML5 Doctor. I would feel like a fraud writing about JavaScript for a click-driven ad-splattered content farm, never mind HTML5 Doctor. The thing is though, I’m writing about the classList API, and it’s super easy. If your JavaScript-fu isn’t […]

  • Comparing and contrasting ins, del, and s

    Since the mists of HTML 2 we’ve been able to semantically indicate added or removed information using the elements <ins> and <del> respectively. While seemingly simple on the surface these elements have hidden depths. I’ll also compare and contrast <del> with <s>, recently out of font style rehab and back in HTML5. Let’s start with […]

  • cite and blockquote – reloaded

    The definitions of the blockquote and cite elements in the HTML specification have recently been updated. This article explains what the changes mean for developers. blockquote definition updated The blockquote element represents content that is quoted from another source, optionally with a citation which must be within a footer or cite element, and optionally with […]

  • The main element

    Recently, <main> was formally added to the W3C HTML specification. Now that the dust has settled, it’s about time we dive in to find out where and when it’s appropriate to use <main>. Let’s get started. History The inclusion of a main element (or similar) has long been debated in the working groups with authors […]

  • How to mark up subheadings, subtitles, alternative titles and taglines

    If you don’t already know, the hgroup element is obsolete in HTML5. Advice is now provided in the HTML spec on how to mark up subheadings, subtitles, alternative titles and taglines using existing and implemented HTML features. Advice for marking up subheadings and the like The important question for developers is: How do I mark […]

  • Interview with Steve Faulkner: HTML5 editor and new doctor

    Steve Faulkner – invariably prefixed by the honorific “The Mighty” by those who know him – is Australian living in London with his wife and two kids. He works for The Paciello Group, a well-known web accessibility consultancy, and is a co-editor of the HTML5 spec at W3C Today, we’re pleased to announce that he’s […]

  • HTML5 forms input types

    In the first article in this series we looked at the history of HTML5 forms and many of the new attributes available to us. In this second and final part of the series, we’ll look at the new input types available in HTML5. As we’ll see, these new features will go a long way toward […]

  • HTML5 forms introduction and new attributes

    No doubt you interact with at least one form on the Web every day. Whether you’re searching for content or logging in to your e-mail account or Facebook page, using online forms is one of the most common tasks performed on the Web. As designers and developers, creating forms has a certain monotony about it, […]

Andy Osmani
  • Component Interop With React And Custom Elements

    Today we’ll look at how to wrap React components using Custom Elements, allowing us to interop with Web Component-based libraries using the DOM as a simple configuration API. Similar to libraries like Polymer, React cares about composition, lifecycle events and … Continue reading →

  • Offline Browsing Secrets In Chrome

    If you travel, you’ve probably found yourself stuck with zero network connectivity on more than one occasion. This sucks, especially if you just want to look up a few previously viewed pages to get some work done. Who are we … Continue reading →

  • Automating Web Performance Measurement With PSI For Node

    Cross-posted to HTML5Rocks Web performance can have a huge impact on your entire user experience. If you’ve been looking at improving your own site’s perf lately, you’ve probably heard of PageSpeed Insights – a tool that analyzes pages and offers … Continue reading →

  • Detect, Undo And Redo DOM Changes With Mutation Observers

    I’ve been wondering why DOM Mutation Observers, which can monitor changes to one or more DOM elements and return a report of what changed, aren’t used more often in the wild. Mutation Observers have long-replaced DOM Mutation Events (which were … Continue reading →

  • Data-binding Revolutions with Object.observe()

    A revolution is coming. There’s a new addition to JavaScript that’s going to change everything you think you know about data-binding. It’s also going to change how many of your MVC libraries approach observing models for edits and updates. Are … Continue reading →

  • Gulp And Grunt Tasks For Performance Optimization

    Delays in performance have the potential to impact user engagement, experience and revenue. Thankfully, Google’s ‘Make The Web Faster’ team recommend a set of best-practice rules for keeping your pages lean, fast and smooth. These include minifying resources like CSS … Continue reading →

  • The Web’s Declarative, Composable Future.

    The way that languages in the web platform evolve are in direct response to the pain caused by complexity. Pain is generally a bad thing and so it’s with better patterns and platform primitives that we can ease some of … Continue reading →

  • Spring-cleaning Unused CSS With Grunt, Gulp, Broccoli or Brunch

    Delivering a fast experience on the web usually involves reducing server response time, minification of CSS/JS/HTML and an optimisation of images and above-the-fold content. We can further minimize the latency caused by stylesheet loading by removing unused CSS rules delivered … Continue reading →

  • Environment-specific Builds With Grunt, Gulp or Broccoli

    The dev, staging and production versions of our projects can vastly vary, which is one reason we may need to change paths to resources (scripts/styles/templates), generated markup or other content based on environment and target-specific information. Luckily there exist a … Continue reading →

  • Ghostbusting For Front-end Developers

    Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria! We’d like to avoid that, right? Well, today we’re going to talk about how to improve the accuracy of your front-end testing environment so you’re not chasing ghosts. This is important … Continue reading →

Internet Techies
  • Watch Blockbuster Hindi Movies on YouTube BoxOffice, Premieres with Band Baaja Baaraat

    YouTube is already hosting lot many hindi movies which are available to watch  for free. Few weeks ago, YouTube showcased the blockbuster movie “Dabangg” and now they have launched the YouTube BoxOffice which premieres with the latest blockbuster from Yash Raj Production named “Band Baaja Baaraat“. YouTube BoxOffice will showcase one blockbuster movie per month. […]

  • What to Expect from Windows 8 Built-In Video Chat Application Chatter

    The next version of Windows operating system i.e. Windows 8 is getting ready for the first beta release. Microsoft is very much excited about this version and few days ago, they released the first preview of Windows 8 build (demo video attached below). On the lock screen, an icon of a webcam was visible where […]

  • Few More Free Services to Send Fax Online from Computer

    Earlier we shared a list of 5+ online services to send fax for free and also shared couple of services to send fax trough email. Now adding to the list of online services to send fax for free of charge, we are going to provide you couple of more links. This post “Few More Free […]

  • How to Add Twitter Follow Button on Website

    Are you active on Twitter? If yes, then go ahead and add official “Follow” button on your website or blog to let visitors follow you on single click. Twitter has released a Follow button with counter to show number of followers and one click follow option. This post “How to Add Twitter Follow Button on […]

  • Access Synchronized Google Chrome Bookmarks on Android Browser

    Do you want to have your desktop’s Google Chrome bookmarks available on Android device browser? I think if you have maintained a nice list of pages in computer’s Chrome bookmark then this free app will prove pretty useful. This post “Access Synchronized Google Chrome Bookmarks on Android Browser” first published on Internet Techies. Related posts: […]

  • Find Best Possible Hosting Server Based on Expected Daily Page Views

    Are you planning to start hosting your website’s data on managed hosting servers? Are you confused whether you should go for shared hosting, VPS (Virtual Private Hosting) server or Dedicated one? These questions should be answered before making the final decision. Compare and find best hosting provider for your requirements. This post “Find Best Possible […]

  • Encrypt and Password Protect USB Drive with BitLocker in Windows 7

    Windows 7 Ultimate is having BitLocker application which can encrypt and password protect USB Flash drives and other drives on disk. Learn how to carry important data with peace of mind. This post “Encrypt and Password Protect USB Drive with BitLocker in Windows 7” first published on Internet Techies. Related posts: Protect USB Flash Drive […]

  • Solution for Common Problems on Windows 7 Visualized [Infographic]

    If you are facing common problems on Windows 7 Computer like Iphone not syncing with PC or Aero Effect not working etc. then you should take a look at the Infographic attached in this post. This post “Solution for Common Problems on Windows 7 Visualized [Infographic]” first published on Internet Techies. Related posts: How to […]

  • Temporary Post Used For Theme Detection (0639f891-d4a1-48ca-8e76-de9afa4ab158 – 3bfe001a-32de-4114-a6b4-4005b770f6d7)

    This is a temporary post that was not deleted. Please delete this manually. (4a296314-6e2d-432f-b0e4-3c47e971fbf4 – 3bfe001a-32de-4114-a6b4-4005b770f6d7) Related posts: Get Temporary and Disposable Email Address To Avoid Spam in Inbox Why Not To Post Any Article With Administrator Account As Author On WordPress Q/A : How To Put Adsense Ads Between Post Content And Related Posts […]

  • How to Keep Windows Fast even After Few Years of Installation

    Whether you installed Windows 7, XP, Vista or any other version of Windows OS, it starts to slow down after few months or years of installation. With the same hardware configuration and similar usage, you always like the Windows to operate as fast as it does in earlier days of installation but it slows down. […]

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  • Tips for Designing a Beautiful Single-Page Portfolio Website

    Advertise here with BSA Many trends in general web design can also be applied to single page layouts. But there are some unique features to the lone webpage which can add more flavor into a design. Like most of the web design field, common sense and user experience always trumps inessential creative ideas. But that […]

  • 35 Mobile Responsive Portfolio Website Layouts

    Advertise here with BSA A portfolio is used to showcase your creative work to anyone with Internet access. The goal is to present your talent front & center making it easy to navigate. Responsive layouts will look stunning on any device allowing visitors to can check out your work from their laptop, tablet, or even […]

  • 200 Portfolio Sites for Web Design Inspiration

    Advertise here with BSA Designers and developers are growing in numbers and plenty of these folks have outstanding portfolios. The common advantage of the Internet is that anybody from anywhere in the world can check out your projects during any time of the day! If you wish to land more freelance work then I would […]

  • Top 20 WordPress Theme Creators From 2014

    Advertise here with BSA Looking for a great design for your website? Do you also want it to work smoothly and to be easy for you to use and customize? And since you’re at it, with everyone using tablets and mobile phones now, it should also be responsive. Well, lucky for you, there are many […]

  • Different Audiences Seeking Different Alternatives to Website Creation

    Advertise here with BSA The web design industry is advancing at dizzying speed. What used to work just fine two years ago is decidedly obsolete today, and the website creation public adapts to these changes. Websites are brought to life by three categories of creators: pros (who often turn to WordPress), non-pros (who use website […]

  • Introduction to Responsive HTML Newsletters with Zurb Ink Framework

    Advertise here with BSA The learning process to create an efficacious newsletter is often tiring and difficult. But as you get more comfortable with newsletter design these ideas become simpler and easier. You’ll always need a solid understanding of design principles when creating e-mail notices or newsletters. But you also need to know how to […]

  • The Rising Trend of Dynamic Expandable Search Fields

    Advertise here with BSA Anybody who follows web design trends will know about expanding search fields. These are typically small input boxes or magnifying glass icons which grow in size whenever given focus. As the user de-focuses off the element it’ll usually retract back to the compressed form. I love this idea because it saves […]

  • How to Save Money with POS Software

    Advertise here with BSA Point of sale (POS) software is making the world of sales significantly easier. With a quality POS system you can significantly increase revenue, reduce overhead, and grow your business by putting funds more toward where they are needed to make your business run more smoothly. By quickly giving you solutions to […]

  • 36 Adobe Illustrator Tutorials on Vector Design

    Advertise here with BSA Working in Adobe software has become the norm for most creative professionals. Photoshop is a huge program and compliments nicely with the entire Creative Suite. But Photoshop is primarily used for bitmap graphics, while Adobe Illustrator handles vector design in a similar fashion. It seems complicated but if you have the […]

  • 28 Free CSS-Only Code Snippets for Web Developers

    Advertise here with BSA HTML5 and CSS3 web development has pushed the boundaries of what is possible online. Modern browsers have also jumped aboard the bandwagon to support a multitude of these newer effects. As a designer I have been amazed to find crazy CSS-based projects online. Open source is driving the future of websites […]

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  • Themes: Open Air, A magazine and A Personal Blog Theme

    Another collaboration between ourselves and WooThemes, the result: this stunning theme with optional layouts. We’ve realized, that while a lot of people no doubt love magazine style themes – there are still a lot of people who would like the option of having something a little more personal. So here you have it! As always […]

  • Free Theme: Color Paper WordPress Theme now on Smashing Magazine

    A while ago we had the pleasure of working with DreamTemple for a WordPress Theme which they’ve given away for free on Smashing Magazine. That means you can get this beautiful and unique theme for free, from the king of freebies Smashing Magazine. We’re very happy to once again have some of our work featured […]

  • Stunning Free Character Pack: Free Illustrations for any use

    This set of free characters is ideal for adding a little personality into your designs. With a variety of actions and poses to chose from you can easily adapt them into your designs anywhere you feel needs it. Inject a little fun into your dull and boring help pages, emphasize a feature or a button […]

  • How-To: Taking WordPress One Step Further

    Creating a website is no easy task. WordPress is an easy solution for creating a Blog, but sometimes something a little more, in terms of functionality, is needed. After trying many other platforms, I have found WordPress to be the easiest to use. Because of it’s wide array of themes, great plugin system, and easy […]

  • 50 Stunning Examples of a great redesign: My Top Picks

    A redesign can be worth its weight in gold if you get it right. There is a thin line between freshening up your design, and taking a step backwards with a redesign.  Sometimes a redesign can be subtle and simple, and other times it can be a huge re-vamp of a company and it’s goals. […]

  • Themes: Hallmark a Joomla theme now on ThemeForest

    Demo & Info That’s right, we’ve worked on a Joomla Theme. Although we love WordPress we realize it’s not everybodies’ first choice of CMS. So we felt it was only fair to make something just as pretty as our WordPress themes for the Joomla people. The result, Hallmark, a premium Joomla theme ideal for running […]

  • Tutorial: Creating Custom Write Panels in WordPress

    Everyone knows that WordPress is one of the most, if not the most, popular blogging systems on the internet today. With its out of the box features, plugins, and great theming community, its no wonder WordPress has been accepted as today’s standard. However, sometimes you just want to add a little more. It seems the […]

  • Why I love the Design Community: My Guest Post

    Ahh yes, the Design Community. I love it! This is the topic of a recent guest post I wrote over at MyInkBlog. Below is an extract from the article, but you can read the full the article here. Please leave your feedback and comments on the actual post rather than here. Why I love the […]

  • Themes: Evo a fresh Magazine theme available on Theme Forrest with $25 Giveaway

    Demo & Info To celebrate the launch of Theme Forest and our new theme Evo, we’re giving away 5 sets of $25 credit to be used on any theme on the site. Find out more at the end of the post. The theme is ideal for either being used straight out of the box, or […]

  • Brazen; A versatile WordPress theme for the veteran-blogger as well as any beginner.

    Demo & Info First off, I’d just like to introduce myself. My name is Spencer, and I am the lead developer here at Function. I’m the guy that takes Liam’s awesome designs, and turns them into working sites. Liam had this design laying around, and I knew I couldn’t let it go to waste. So, […]

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  • Freebie: Wallpaper of the Day from Chocotoy

    Freebie Wallpaper Alert! Hey Everyone. You may or may not know that I am obsessed with all things super kawaii. (that’s a super cute way to say for super cute if you didn’t know). So when I stumbled upon this heavenly project on Behance, I died a little inside. I mean…seriously? That was it, I […]

  • 40 Excellent Art, Illustration and Poster Inspirations from our WMC Fest Designers

    Entering its fifth year, Weapons of Mass Creation festival has drawn comparisons to TED and SXSW, but stands apart as the premier art, design, and music event in the USA. The three day event, which takes place August 15-17, 2014 at the historic Cleveland Public Theater, will bring together more than two thousand attendees that […]

  • Tutorial: Designing a Digipak Layout for Campfire Conspiracy

    I’m going to show you how I designed the digipak for my band Campfire Conspiracy‘s debut album. If you’ve been following along I’ve written design tutorials about art I’ve created for the bands I’ve played in. You’ve probably seen the band logo tutorial I wrote a year ago about our occult-looking logo. I’m happy to say that we have […]

  • How to Start Your Own Clothing Line: Introducing the Apparel Design Start Here Pack

    Start Your Own Clothing Line with Our Apparel Design Start Here Pack Want to start your own clothing line? Look no further. Your career starts right here with our Apparel Design Start Here pack. The pack is chock full of the industry’s best tips, tricks, strategies, secrets, tutorials, tools, mockups and other essential weaponry you’ll […]

  • Improve Your Skills and Get Your Hands Dirty: 6 Must-Attend WMC Fest Workshops

    WMC Fest Workshops Learn new skills and get your hands dirty in this year’s Weapons of Mass Creation Fest small group workshops. Because seating is limited, a separate admission fee is required to attend. Learn More about WMC Fest Workshops Here are our 6 Must-Attend Weapons of Mass Creation Fest Workshops – 1. What’s New […]

  • LeBron’s Comeback: How Illustrator Robert Carter Designed the King’s Return to Cleveland

    Interview with Robert Carter of Cracked Hat Design As you all well know, the Cleveland pride is bursting through the walls of Go Media, where we sit only 2 miles from Quicken Loans Arena, new (and old) home to LeBron James. On July 11, we sat with bated breath, awaiting the news of his possible return […]

  • Video Game Creation in Cinema 4D: “The Mims Beginning”

    Meet the Mims What do you get when you combine a spaceship full of cuddly space creatures with an island populated with beings who might not be so friendly? In the case of “The Mims Beginning” you get a homemade game made by a group of independent developers in Poland and paid for with a […]

  • Massive Drawn to Business Price Drop: Build A Million Dollar Business for Less with this Must-Have Resource

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  • 25 Fun and Colorful Electronic Music Album Covers

    Hello readers! It’s been a while since my last post but I’m back to share with you my two loves – art and music! A lot of the electronic music that I enjoy has some really awesome and colorful album art to go along with it. I have been a fan of this type music […]

  • Live Screen Printing at WMC Fest 5: How to Reserve Your Spot

    Reserve a spot and be one of the fortunate few to print their own shirt at WMC FEST 5 Four exclusive prints from three incredible designers are getting printed live at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest, the premier art, design and music festival happening this August 15 – 17 in Cleveland, Ohio. Here are the […]

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  • Tools and Habits of Quality WordPress Theme Developers

    This article highlights some of the factors one should consider when designing and implementing an actual WordPress theme. The tips are handy primarily for people who are new to WordPress theme development and who plan to work on pore WordPress themes. In the previous article, we covered two of the most important steps in designing WordPress […]

  • Preventing XSS in ASP.NET

    Many website security problems come from trusting the user too much. Most users of your web application will only do what they have the need to do, a curious or malicious user will often want to push the edges of access. At those edges, security holes often appear in your application. I’ve written about preventing […]

  • An Introduction to Swift: Part 2

    In the first article of this introductory series on Swift, we talked about Swift’s philosophy, took a first look at its syntax, and highlighted a few key differences with Objective-C. In this article, we continue our exploration of Swift’s syntax. You’ll also learn about optionals and see how memory management works in Swift. 1. Conditionals and […]

  • Understanding and Working with Data in WordPress

    A WordPress website consists of three main elements: The WordPress installation itself The contents of the wp-content directory which includes the themes, plugins and uploads The database, where all the content is stored. Most WordPress users never come into direct contact with the database and may not even be aware that it’s constantly working to […]

  • Core Data from Scratch: NSFetchedResultsController

    In the previous installments of this series, we covered the fundamentals of the Core Data framework. It’s time we put our knowledge to use by building a simple application powered by Core Data. In this tutorial, we’ll also meet another star player of the Core Data framework, the NSFetchedResultsController class. The application that we’re about […]

  • Writing Node.js Addons

    Node.js is great for writing your back-end in JavaScript. But what if you need some functionality that is not provided out of the box, or which also can’t be accomplished even using modules, but is available in the form of a C/C++ library? Well, awesomely enough, you can write an addon that will allow you […]

  • More Tips for Best Practices in WordPress Development

    Welcome to the second part of the series. In the first article, we explained the WordPress Coding Standards, how to avoid namespaces collisions, comments in the code, and some basic security tips. Today, we are going to go a bit deeper and write some more code and learn some techniques to improve performance and security of our […]

  • Create a Plane Fighting Game in Corona: Finishing Gameplay

    What You’ll Be Creating Introduction In the fourth and final part of this series, we continue where we left of in the previous tutorial. We’ll create enemy planes the player needs to avoid or shoot, and we’ll also create a game over screen. 1. generateEnemys The generateEnemys function generates a number between three and seven, and […]

  • Writing Maintainable WordPress Themes: Naming Conventions

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  • Introduction to Webhook: Custom CMS and Website Builder

    Webhook is a new site building platform which was successfully backed on Kickstarter in May 2014 and has just been released to the public. The concept behind Webhook is, if you’ll excuse my enthusiasm, absolutely brilliant. One of the most often heard requests in many CMS communities is “How can I customize the system for (fill in the blank)“. The […]

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  • 7 Psychological Traps that Hold Web Designers Back

    Let’s talk about self-confidence and psychological misconceptions that may hold web designers and web professionals back from getting ahead in their career. When it comes to daily routine tasks most… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

  • 45 Brilliant Tutorials for Learning Pixelmator

    Looking for an alternative to photoshop? Pixelmator is a popular image editor for Mac OS X. While Photoshop is the industry standard, Pixelmator has a lot to offer for Mac users. In this post we’ll… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

  • 65 Outstanding Photoshop Manipulation Tutorials to Sharpen Your Skills

    Photo manipulations allow you to explore your creativity and create stunning and surreal works of art. If you like experimenting and learning new techniques in Photoshop, following along with some… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

  • 25 of the Best Photoshop Illustration Tutorials of All Time

    While Adobe Illustrator is the preferred tool by most designers for illustrating and drawing digitally, Photoshop can also be used for some types of illustration. This post includes a selection of… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

  • The Secret to Telling a Memorable Story With Your Brand

    Good stories leave a lasting impression. Even if the audience can’t remember exact details, years down the road, they will still remember if it was “awesome,” “horrible,” “sad,” “funny,” and even to… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

  • When Great Sites Get Penalized: The VandelayDesign.com Eventual Comeback Story

    Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Joe Sinkwitz (@CygnusSEO), a veteran SEO and Chief of Revenue for CopyPress.com.  Though I don’t have all the details, I’m pretty sure when Panda 4.0 rolled… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

  • 43 Brilliant Free jQuery Image Gallery/Slider Plugins (And 14 Tutorials to Make Your Own)

    jQuery image galleries (also known as homepage sliders, slideshows or image carousels) have become more and more common on websites since the inception of jQuery in 2006. Designers and Photographers… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

  • Win a Free One Month Membership from CrocoBlock

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  • How to Stop Putting Off That Rate Increase and Double Your Income

    You know that popular story? The one about the brilliant creative genius who lives in a run-down one room apartment because he or she can’t afford anything more. That artist is starving, but never… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

  • 10 Practical SEO Tips for E-Commerce Websites

    Getting your e-commerce site at or near the top of the rankings for your targeted keywords and phrases can lead to a massive increase in sales. The problem is that SEO can be a real challenge for… Click through to read the rest of the story on the Vandelay Design Blog.

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  • How to Incorporate the Color of the Year into Your Site

    Every year, Pantone announces the Color of the Year. In 2014, the Color of the Year is Radiant Orchid. While this may seem like news that only affects fashion designers and paint manufacturers, it also affects web design trends.

    Trends Are, Well, Trends

    It is more than likely that the average web designer will have at least one request to design a site that is decked out in Radiant Orchid in 2014. Though using a trendy color for a website may draw attention this year, next year Pantone will announce another color. This means that a website that was cool in 2014 may look dated in a very short time. If the clients want to ride the trends, then they will need to update their websites every year, incurring more costs. This is probably something the trendy client didn’t consider, so having a discussion about trends is likely a good idea.

    Another thing about using a trendy color is that it’s everywhere. Just like a song played over and over on the radio, people will get tired of this trendy color pretty quickly. That doesn’t mean using Radiant Orchid is a bad idea, but these are all avenues worth considering as a web designer.

    Does It Fit The Brand?

    Another thing to discuss with your clients is whether or not they are being trendy at the detriment of their brand. Usually, brands use specific colors throughout the company’s lifespan. The right colors for their site generally are ones that echo their brand color. If businesses are choosing a trendy color for their brand color, you may want to ask them if they are sure this is the color they want to use long term. Small businesses without marketing experience may think that going with a color like Radiant Orchid will make them look current but haven’t thought through the long-term consequences.

    This can directly affect your work. For example, if you start building a site in 2014, and it isn’t finished until 2015, your client just might send you back to change the color as soon as the new Color of the Year is announced.

    Small Doses

    If your clients are set on using Radiant Orchid in their web designs, suggest they use touches of it around the site. Small touches will be easier to alter and won’t look like a complete website overhaul when the color changes are made.

    Flat Design

    Another way to incorporate a trendy color without it looking dated quickly is by using it in a flat color scheme. In flat color schemes, many different coordinating colors are used in a design. This design, while colorful, is also simplistic. Often, the designer will leave out shadows, bevels and other fancy design elements and focus on how the colors work together to create a pleasing look.

    So, when you get website design requests for the number one color for 2014, Radiant Orchid, make sure to discuss the color’s uses with clients to be sure they aren’t heading down an expensive road that may not fit with their brand. Then, if they are set on the color, give them several design options that will make the site modern for a longer period of time.

  • Scribble: One Pen, Any Color

    Ever since I was a small child, I knew that more was better in terms of color options. I showed up to the first day of school so proud of my box of 24 crayons only to be disappointed and extremely jealous when I spotted my classmate’s box of 48. There was no way around it, the bigger the box, the cooler the kid.

    What if you could have absolutely any color in your artist’s arsenal? Imagine how large your tool set would have to be to pull off such a feat! The folks behind Scribble will blow your mind with an unconventional answer: one pen. That’s all you need to replicate any color you see.

    How is this marvel of technology accomplished? The tip of the pen is equipped with an RGB color sensor. When you point it at an object, it grabs that object’s color. The pen is smart enough to mix the included ink to arrive at your chosen color!

    Too good to be true you say? Unfortunately, cool tech doesn’t come cheap. You’ll have to hand over a whopping $150 for a single pen. If you’re a digital doodler, there’s a stylus alternative for $80.

  • Harmony 2: A Beautiful Color Palette Game for iOS

    har•mo•ny 2 is an innovative iOS game that brings together beautiful color palettes and an immersive soundtrack. As you solve puzzles, you unlock awesome wallpapers that you can download for your phone. Check out the video below for a glimpse of the har•mo•ny 2 experience.

  • A Little Vintage Shop

    I love getting lost in old pictures and paintings of old Europe. A Little Vintage Shop has captured the romance of many of the castles and given the images a beautiful and vintage feel. Check out this fun collection to decorate your walls by illustrator Auriel Aki.

    Vintage Opera de Paris

    Have you ever been in Paris? You can move Paris to your home! Imagine this Vintage Hand Drawn View of Opéra National affixed on the wall of your airy verandah. Drinking champagne with friends pretending to sit in a bistrot in the 9th arrondissement of Paris.

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    Opera de Paris at night

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    View of Castles and Palaces in Naples

    “See Naples and die”. It means that before you die you must experience the magnificence of this spectacular city in the southern part of Italy. And if you want to bring in your own place the secret and beautiful heart of Naples, dipping into its famous monuments and castles, this is the right picture for you!

    View of Old Castle in Belgium

    Make your home, hotel or office a wonderland, with this hand drawn illustration of a famous old castle in Belgium

    View of Feathers Hotel in Ludlow

    Make your home a more lovely place to live in, with a hand drawn illustration of the amazing Feathers Hotel’s façade, one of the best known hotel in the UK.

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    Vintage Page Menu for Restaurant

    Fun Vintage Better Menu. Which means better food, better drinks, better place, better staff, better company, better days, better life! Say it better!

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    Vintage Blackboard for Espresso

    Detailed illustration of a Vintage Hand Drawn Blackboard for Espresso Menu.

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    Graphic Elements for Italian Cuisine

    Dean Martin was right: Pasta is endless love and you can use my Vintage Graphic Element for Italian Pasta Menu as your heart suggests.

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  • 6 Vintage Stamp Resources

    I just love old postcards, letters, and stamps. It makes me think of a more romantic era and the quality of beautiful design that used to go into simple, everyday items. It’s fun to play around with these designs and create something beautiful yourself to send to a loved one. Have you ever thought about including some of this vintage inspiration into your design?

    Vintage vector stamps icons by Marish

    66 Vintage Love Stamps by FineScrap

    62 Vintage Postage Stamps by FineScrap

    6 Postage Stamp Badges + Bonus by konstantinestudio

    Passport & Postage Stamps and Badges by Seyyahil

    36 Nautical and Sea Vintage Stamps by FineScrap

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  • Prequel to Pantone
    Have you seen this Colossal post? This is completely amazing! Over 300 years ago (271 years before the first Pantone Color Guide existed), Dutch artist, “A. Boogert” wrote about the use of color in art. In an 800-page book, Boogert describes every color imaginable at the time, and included color swatches as well. This was an incredible find by historian Erik Kwakkel who translated part of the introduction.

    271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book

    271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book

    271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book

    271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book

    The book was called the “Traité des couleurs servant à la peinture à l’eau” and you can find a high definition images here.

    Source: Erik Kwakkel via Colossal

  • Serious About Stripes! Modern Wedding Inspiration

    If there’s one look that defines trendy, modern weddings, it’s stripes. We’ve seen this chic print on dresses, decor, stationery and even cakes — and we can’t get enough of it. If you’re looking for wedding inspiration that’s super stylish and eye-catching, read on!

    Abby Flower Girl

    Abby Flower Girl From Coren Moore via Lover.ly

    Photo by: Amber Gress on Munaluchi Bride via Lover.ly

    Bridesmaids & Custom Perfume Bars

    Photo by: Jen Huang on Grey Likes Weddings via Lover.ly

    Bridal Shower Desserts

    Photo by: Jessica Claire on Inspired By This via Lover.ly

    Look 19

    Look 19 From Oscar De La Renta via Lover.ly

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    Photo by: D’Avello Photography on Wedding Chicks via Lover.ly

    Malibu Stripes Save the Date Cards by Designkandy

    Malibu Stripes Save the Date Cards by Designkandy From Minted via Lover.ly

    Austin Texas Garden Wedding

    Photo by: Q Weddings on Grey Likes Weddings via Lover.ly

    Rose Gold and White Striped Wedding Cake / McCune Photography / Sweet and Saucy Shop

    Photo by: Michelle Garibay Events on Style Unveiled via Lover.ly

    Photo by: Orange Turtle Photography on Bridal Musings via Lover.ly

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    The wedding songs we love to hate

    10 ways to not go broke as a wedding guest

    How to plan a bachelorette party (without losing your mind)

  • Visionary Fractal Art by Spiritual Digital Art

    Craig Hitchens (aka Spiritual Digital Art) is a newcomer to Creative Market and I’m completely enamored of his work. He creates images that are made from fractals and are manipulated to have a mystical, metaphysical, and spiritual feel. In addition, he adds some words of inspiration to propel you along your path to happiness, peace and wisdom.

    Begin Again

    All Worlds Are But One

    Brain Spark

     

    Antiquities

    The Dharmakaya

    Ancient Star Chart

    Dreaming The World 

    Illuminated Gateway

    Clarity Prevails

     Celestial Abundance

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  • COLOURlovers Don’t Look Back Leggings

    COLOURlover “agussgut” recently won Betabrand & COLOURlovers “Choose The Hues Contest,” and Betabrand has turned her winning palette made into a fantastic pair of leggings!

    They’ve just launched them on their crowdfunding platform, but whether her leggings become an actual Betabrand product is up to you!

    Crowdfund them today to save up to 30%, but act fast because the earlier you fund them, the more you’ll save. Crowdfunding runs through May 27th.

  • Wedding Website Templates

    Are you ready to make your own wedding website? It’s easier than you think. Check out these beautiful themes and templates to get you started in impressing your friends and family.

    Wedding Theme by DesignOrbital

    Wedding is an elegant WordPress theme to build a beautiful wedding website easily. You can share your wedding photos, galleries, videos and memorable moments with family & friends by using the wedding WordPress theme.

    Wedding theme is also perfect for photography, travel, or any sort of portfolio site. Sidebars can be set to the left, right, or removed entirely.

     

     

     

    Happiness-Bootstrap Responsive HTML by geceolurken

    Happiness is a HTML5/CSS3 optimized, bootstrap powered responsive theme perfect for wedding invitation and personal websites.

     

    Hitched Wedding Website Template by Feather Art

    Hitched is a beautiful responsive single-page-scroll minimal wedding website template with just the feature you actually need.

     

    Our Wedding – PSD Template by Beto Alanís

    Memories is a 5 page website design for wedding sites. Based on a personal 23 column grid. It can be adapted to any startup or personal template.

    Single page wedding theme by bootstrapbrothers

    Mary and Troy is a tine theme helping to create small yet fully functional website for your wedding or other event.

    JSN Vintage – Creative Joomla Theme by joomlashine

    Take a look at JSN Vintage and you can’t help but fall in love with its exquisite and distinctive design. JSN Vintage has an unconventional yet elegant responsive design that shines on a wide range of devices.

     

     

    Bridal Pro | Genesis 2.0 Child Theme by The Bloggerette Studio

    Bridal Pro is the perfect blogger aid when it comes to planning a wedding and sharing all those special experiences along the way. This theme has styling for a wedding countdown, that will keep track of how much longer until you being your forever.

     

    WordPress Wedding Theme-’Wedding’ by WebNesters 

    ‘Wedding’ is a beautiful responsive WordPress theme for weddings. Built with Bootstrap, it is compatible with the latest versions of WordPress. It is a single column website with all the facilities you need for your wedding website.

     

     

    Memories – PSD Template by Beto Alanís

    Memories is a 5 page website design for wedding sites. Based on a personal 23 column grid. It can be adapted to any startup or personal template.

    Wedder – One Page Wedding Template by Theme BakersWedder is a one page responsive html5 wedding template. It is a fully responsive template, hence it works on all devices from desktop to tablets to smartphones handsomely.

     

    Minimal-Wedding Invitation Template by metrothemes

    Minimal is a wedding invitation template built with HTML5 and CSS. It’s easy to edit and customize.