Recently, DesignM.ag acquired all the intellectual property rights to ZenTextures.com. As part of this acquisition we have decided to put the entire Zen Collection in your hands for only $29. That is right, $29 for over 450 high resolution textures! Get the Deal!
Every day we have people emailing us from Lost and Taken asking if there is any way to download a giant collection of textures instead of working through them one at a time. Here’s your chance.
The digital art community for DeviantArt is very popular and full of talented artists. Creative designers can publish any of their works to DA and share them to gather feedback and comments from other members. I love the community and have always been interested in digital artwork for online forums – avatars and signature banners.
So in this tutorial I want to explain how we can build a DeviantArt Instant Search app which searches through all the most popular banner signatures ever submitted to the website. You can enter some search terms and the app will pull results to display after you finish typing. This is a really cool application for designers who are looking for inspiration, or even for people who love DeviantArt and want a better way to search.
Sooner or later, it’s bound to happen.
If you’re a freelance designer, eventually a client will ask you to do something stupid. Something that you know won’t work.
I’m not talking about moral issues here, but rather about practical design issues. The client has asked you to design something that simply won’t be effective. (I would hope that you already know what to do about moral issues.)
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Sticker Mule just launched The Sticker Gallery – a place for designers to browse, bookmark, and comment on sticker designs. There you’ll find the work of many known brands, as well as independent artsist and designers.
Today we’re featuring 15 examples of sticker designs from tech startups in Sticker Mule’s Gallery: