Few week ago, we created a contest at instantShift called Christmas & New Year Special Giveaway had announced the giveaway of some of the most famous hardware and design related prizes worth Over $20,000.
We’ve got more than 600 response comments. After voiding spam and non-legit comments we have left with 472 valid comments. It’s really good to see that how we can able to help in our reader’s life and their profession.
We want to thank you all for such a good response with helpful comments and useful feedback. You can find the all winners information below.
Congratulations to all the winners!
The web design blogs assure to any web designer the needed tips, resources and information for being able to create websites and online applications at the highest standards. Some of the most talented designers entertain the web design blogosphere and it’s a good guaranty that the huge majority of the posts are qualitative and useful.
In spite of this huge amount of precious information, there are still important aspects uncovered or partially presented. Even though the more pragmatic people consider these a waste of time, the motivational posts or articles treating various psychological issues of a web designer are important and offer solutions to inner problems as finding the perfect balance between work and family, how to be inspired or how to overcome difficult moments with the clients.
Travel photography is inspirational and exciting by its very nature. The prime goal of travel photography is satisfaction and enjoyment one can get out of it.
For any worthwhile photography, a deliberate and conscious choice is a must. This choice can be of the right film, right shutter speed, right depth of field, right lighting and right point of view. To click a memorable picture, all these small factors should also be ‘right’.
A good travel photograph should literally be a picture (pun incidental) of ‘total simplicity and integrity’. Contrived images should be avoided. It takes no time to discover the cooking up that has gone into some pictures.
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 steps you will learn how to create the Happy New Year card in Adobe Illustrator. I will explain to you step by step on how to create a cute dragon curled up in clouds. You’ll learn how to use Clipping Mask, gradient, and create strokes in Appearance panel.
Let’s get started!
Why are magazines and books always laid out the same? Even with alternative design, there is a harmony in layout or the reader’s head will explode… or they will just stop reading and skip to the next page. Successful design in publishing, advertising, web design, illustration and anything else that ties together elements depends on drawing in the reader and leading their eyes across the page.
Some people think it’s not a big deal and that designing a page comes naturally because of cultural lessons we learn growing up and looking at design from childhood yet few, if any understand why it works the way it does. In most societies, we read left to right (we’ll cover the right to left and top to bottom societies later). Still sound simple? Just start on the left and it will all fall into place? Basically but the challenge is to make the reader look at elements in the right order or at least the order you want them to see.
Something has changed! Are you with us? Something has definitely changed here. As our reader strength grows day by day, we have also needed to make certain changes for both our needs and those of our readers. So starting today, we’re rolling out a brand new version of instantShift (iShift) design that makes it easier than ever to enjoy new and interesting developments from across the design community.
It’s been months since we started working on our new site design, and today it’s finally here. InstantShift has had the same theme for three years, so now is a good time to give it a little shift. There was nothing wrong with our old design, but after receiving many requests from our readers and looking to meet the need of a more user-friendly environment while boosting our visibility, we sought to create a more accessible and more minimal version of iShift.