Are you about to design a website? So definitely you are looking for the free design resources which would give you some creative design inspirations. These web and graphic design resources provide the designers with some out of the box ideas to come up with some mind-blowing designs. No matter how expert of a designer you are one always requires few graphic design resources to come out of the shell and think furthermore in a creative direction.
LinkedIn, world’s largest professional network caterers to the employee and employeer. The portal helps every individual and firms to get their profiles online, to connect and explore. Somehow guts from the design team always want to look at things in a innovative way, and here are a few re-design concepts LinkedIn Team would definitely need to look at.
One of the top search engines also is something what the designers feel could be re-worked on to give a better user-Experience. Though the design of the site, is neat, simple and clean, a few suggest something more in it, intuitive and attractive. Check out the various designs by different designers below.
Its the last day of the designer and developer, when they stop updating their built-in memory database with the latest technology, standards, trends and so on. But problem arises which are the best site’s to read and refer. A google search ends up with 2 million site results, and you don’t want to browsing every site to find the best, so I have done
that for you, that definitely you wouldn’t think twice to bookmark it for a daily read.
A site that exclusively features tips, tricks and tutorials for designers, bloggers, developers, techies, and tech readers.
Resumes, Curriculum vitae (CV) is all old school, ineffective now most of them believe! Now its all skills, skills and experience with those skills! Having a Photoshop guru in your portfolio or your resume and a tool/application to prove that is something new and unique, wont you say?
A Boston based Start-up Smarterer by a team of Dave Balter & Jennifer Fremont-Smith in the year 2010 came up with a tool that helps users to understand and measure their real level of knowledge they posses in a particular tool/software/application.
A loyal Blogger user for so long (3yrs), why this sudden change! Created a site for a few through it, created own templates, and the question now stalked me from everyone was why this change?
Simple answer to all: I wanted to grow in blogging! I wanted more customized site than what I had
Planning to design my own Portfolio and a site that describes me, my work, and my small talent! But I ams till stuck up with what name I could give for the site, which color could represent me, which aspects or features I could add on that will showcase myself in a better way!
You have any suggestions, please do drop into the comments box, and it will be highly appreciated! Thank you! 🙂
Speaking on the front of all IT students, we use lot of technology, coding everyday, but have we paused a while to think, who were the pioneers, who walked that extra step to make this happen! After a small minute research I have collaborated some data, that might be helpful for you to figure out who’s who! 🙂
Moving to Java, it was James Gosling‘s dream come true.
The most popular one, C was the work of Dennis Ritchie.
And since now me back, let me start posting by thoughts and views 🙂
Happy Blogging 🙂