You get up daily in the morning to the cacophonous sound of the alarm and get ready to go out to your routine job. After working for eight hours, you get back home, grab some food and then go back to sleep.
The next day, you again go through the same grind. At some point, you wish that you could just switch off the irritating sound of the alarm clock and just go back to your sweet dreams. Well, you could do just that if you opt to start writing as a freelance journalist and earn your way to financial freedom.
Adobe Illustrator can be a little tricky to get your hands around, particularly after getting used to the workflow of applications like Photoshop. The differences between layer use and the creation of objects and shapes can be really strange at first hand.
In the following tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a Forklift Truck in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll be creating base shapes using basic shapes and the Pathfinder panel and then adding detailing with gradients and the Appearance panel. Especially we will use effects like: 3D, Blur, Sketch, Warp, Texture…to create a vivid Forklift Truck. Let’s begin!
As its name indicates, HTML 5 is the successor to HTML 4. Work on HTML 5 started in 2003 by a group of independent work which advocated a pragmatic approach, the WhatWG, unlike the W3C that focused all its efforts on XHTML 2. The design principles are clear: simplify the use of HTML, formalize current practices and ensure maximum backwards compatibility.
The Web evolves very quickly. If you’re not careful, you’ll quickly be exceeded. The official draft (working draft) of HTML5 was officially released on April 23, 2009 and, since, many advances have been completed, the browsers still supports more features and news. HTML has had a troubled past but features of HTML5 can surpass it.
When it comes to Image editing or photo enhancement, Adobe Photoshop is usually the primary option to consider. However, the software package itself is a quite hard to learn — and extremely hard to master. And of course, Not all design lovers are web designers.
In this compilation below, you’ll find some of the best Free downloadable Progress Bar (Loading Bar) PSDs which might handy for your design projects. This is not the traditional long list with all the available PSD templates on the internet but it’s an refined collection of best handpicked PSD templates.
User Interfaces can be easily defined as graphics that will be used & seen by the “simple user”. So you are reading this article on the website, look around, can you see those buttons? Navigation menus? Icons, forms, almost anything you see on the web are user-interface elements. As you might, or might not understand, good, actually great user interfaces are the key for success for a beautiful, eye pleasant and easy-to-use website. This crucial factor makes the user show more-or-less interest in your website or product, because appearances, especially when it comes to websites, are very important.
You wouldn’t want to ready why Joe sells awesome Products if he’s website is ugly, unless Joe will reveal FBI secret information, which won’t happen, will it? The responsibility for designing beautiful and crispy user interfaces relies on the designer, because he will have to make the design decisions and implementations required.
The web is constantly evolving. New and creative websites are being created every day, pushing the limitations of HTML in every direction. HTML4 has been around for nearly a decade and now its time to move forward. To give authors more flexibility and interoperability, HTML5 is proposed as the next major revision of HTML.
It works on just about every platform, is compatible with older browsers, and handles errors gracefully. You can create powerful, easy-to-maintain, future-proof web pages. Many common tasks are now simplified, putting more power in your hands.
In this presentation, you’ll find a variety of highly-creative, beautiful and most importantly inspirational designs that are coded in HTML5.