There are so many small and big things that bring people pleasure and delight. But all of them lose their appeal when we are sick. It’s our strong belief that nobody will argue the fact that human life and health are the most precious, even priceless riches nature generously endows us with the moment we make our first breath or even earlier (in safe and comfortable mother’s bosom).
When nothing bugs us, we even forget of the valuables we possess. Good health is our natural state and we can neither see nor touch it. But when we fall ill, the wonderful, bright world around us fades immediately and nothing brings the long-awaited relief. Only thereat we immediately recollect how happy we were not so long ago.
Saving time and making our lives easier are the main tasks of the modern gadgets, especially when it comes to cooking. The culinary gadgets I have collected below are designed to make tasks like sliding vegetables and dicing tomatoes seem effortless.
Almost all of them are made to solve one particular task, I mean they’re highly specific, otherwise, each of the tasks would be done incredibly good. Along with making food preparation easier and faster, these gadget are appealing to the eyes and would complete the design of any modern kitchen.
Every movie has a poster for its publicity and marketing purpose. Movie posters are known for a brief introduction of what the movie all about. Now over the past few years, we’ve continuously seen a boom of posters and DVD covers continuing to appropriate the style.
A good poster is a very easy job for an regular artist but a creative poster takes a lot amount of time and thinking for one or more group of artists which however, reaches beyond the simple advertisement work to a piece of art and the outcome is so wonderful then a regular movie poster that it made movie memorable. Still there are exceptions in which movie rating was really low but the posters are really inspirational.
In the Presentation below, we collected Creative Cinematic Poster Arts that fairly creative and dare to be different, all from 2014 films.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a freelancer or a staff designer; sooner or later, you will be working with the marketing team. On one hand, this is good news: you share a lot in common with the marketers. You both have the same goals of turning viewers and visitors into customers, of pleasing the client and of achieving success. On the other hand, the conflict between marketers and creatives is as old as the concept of marketing itself, so you shouldn’t be surprised when you butt heads. The question is what you should do about it.
So why do marketers often have such a hard time working with designers and vice versa? What does this age-old conflict mean for you as a designer? At what point should you sacrifice design and development for the sake of marketing tactics? Is there a right time? Has the collaboration between marketing and creative teams improved over the last few years and decades, or is it still the same?
Designing an WordPress site can be tough: there are hundreds of small things that you need to get just right, no matter how small, if you want to get the most out of your website. If you’re a WordPress developer, you’ll know that there are a huge range of themes out there. The choice of which theme to select for your website is entirely down to you.
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Speaking about Gothic design style we immediately recall the oppressive beauty of Bram Stoker’s Dracula castle. Have you seen the Dracula’s castle in Transylvania? Do you know that the word “Goth” was the synonym of “vandal” in 17th century? Do you know what characterizes a present Gothic culture and how is it reflected in web design?
Read this article and get to know how Bram Stoker described dreary Dracula’s castle, know more about Gothic style in the period of its flourishing, about modern Goth subculture and the devil’s dozen of Gothic web design principles. We hope you are not afraid of the darkness and wish you nice nightmares.