As a profession, the designers are provided with the task of imbibing a website with creative designs and patterns. They have to strictly adhere to the specification laid down by their client while instilling uniqueness and innovation wherever possible. So your task as a designer is to excel the expectations of your client while making […]Read More
Microsoft is one of the few software companies yet to release a series of official iOS applications. Since mobile app design is so popular it seems like a fantastic idea.
In a recent tutorial I covered the process of designing small buttons for an older iOS6 app interface. This was based off the Microsoft Word UI created by Victor Erixon. It’s a great concept but also somewhat dated in the current realm of flat iOS7-iOS8 interfaces.Read More
The world of fine art is large and historic crossing borders all around the world. Art galleries and museums have been around for centuries but haven’t always been able to market themselves online. Now that most people in the world have Internet access it’s almost strange to not have a website – and this most certainly includes art museums.
For this gallery I’ve put together 36 websites created for museums and fine art galleries. Most layouts employ a sense of minimalism to put a direct focus on the photographs and page content. It’s not everyday that you’d need to create a new museum website, but it’s good to know what some of the big players are using for their own designs.Read More
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1. X by Themeco
We’ve always been accustomed with the very best releases from Themeco and now they’ve done it yet again with the new 3.0 release. Their one and only X theme is all the rage when it comes to flexibility, aesthetics, functionality and good taste. Moreover, it comes with four different stacks that allow you to select from multiple designs with just the click of a mouse. The Integrity stack astonishes with clean and elegant lines, thus being best suited for business or creative sites. The Renew stack rocks the trendy flat design and goes perfectly well with creative personalities and websites. The modern blogging networks inspired Icon, a stack with a minimal style that can be customized to suit all preferences. Lastly, if you want to create cool magazine or newspaper sites, choose the Ethos stack. What’s really amazing about Themeco is that they’ve come up with an unsurpassable offer: if you purchase one Themeco X license for your projects, with each purchase you make you will get all stacks, the Live Previewer and many more benefits: the 3.0 release comes with new extensions as well as beautiful WordPress plugins which excel in functionality (for example e-mail integration with MailChimp and marketing tools such as video lock and content dock). Check out all the perks by clicking the link below.
Link for offer: http://theme.co/x/Read More