Infographics are visual presentations of information that use the elements of design to display content. Infographics express complex messages to viewers in a way that enhances their comprehension. Images are often an extension of the content of a written article, but infographics convey a self-contained message or principle.
If a road sign has too much information on it, then it is difficult to read. Infographics compress and display this information in a visually pleasing way so that drivers don’t miss the message. Infographics communicate complex data quickly and clearly, and they are considered to be effective worldwide.
A weeks ago, we created a contest at instantShift called Win Five Awesome Flash Components from FlashTuning had announced the 5 winners of Flash Components from FlashTuning to InstantShift readers.
We’ve got more than 40 response comments. After voiding spam and non-legit comments we have left with more than 38 valid comments. It’s really good to see that how we can able to help in our reader’s life and their profession.
In case, If you missed this giveaway, make sure you are ready for next one as we going to create more such giveaways in future.
Congratulations to all the winners!
Predicting the evolution of web design is like trying to milk a male goat. Despite ever-changing design trends and techniques, purists and idealists maintain that the principles of great design are timeless. This is true to an extent, but the recent rapid and consistent development of the Internet across many dimensions and in diverse ways has to be taken into account.
The Internet has provided us with such a huge platform to innovate and break design barriers; it allows the designer to apply variations and to slightly modify existing trends in order to make their mark. Global access to every kind of tool and technique is at the heart of this creative revolution, allowing designers from all over the world to explore new possibilities.
Once Again, we’ve got something special for our community. InstantShift again came up with cool freebies giveaway as promised. This is our way of saying thanks to our readers for being part of the iShift community and helping us make it to where we are right now.
This time we’re pleased to announce our latest giveaway where you all have a chance to win five cool flash components from FlashTuning.
So Hurry up, read the rules, drop a comment to enter in this contest.
Being one’s own boss is a lucrative profession for budding freelancers, but it has its own set of challenges. Being the boss implies that you take all the responsibility for your business. One lapse and you could ruin your reputation, without any guarantee that you’d have an opportunity for redemption.
One of the major challenges for the client of a freelancer is getting them to meet deadlines. Both parties have undoubtedly been witness to the deadline demon. I have had firsthand experience with this, having been the culprit on more than one occasion. Lucky for me, I was dealing with clients who were patient enough to cooperate and didn’t let me go. I learned my lesson and offer the following list so that you do not have to experience the lesson the same way I did.
John Warnock and Charles Geschke founded Adobe Systems Inc. in December of 1982. John was working at Evans & Sutherland, where he began developing a concept that would allow printers to print text and images from a computer. Warnock and Geschke formulated this concept in 1982, and Adobe was born with their first product, Postscript.
The company continued to focus on improving their font printing technologies until 1986, when Adobe Illustrator was born for the Macintosh. “Illustrator 88” was the first program to employ Bezier curves which allowed the most accurate vector drawings. In 1990, Adobe Photoshop was released to the public, bringing Adobe to the main stage.