One of the things that has been occupying my time the last couple weeks was my grandfather’s funeral, which was last Tuesday. We drove out to California, visited family and got preparations ready, had a rosary (I’m a recovering Catholic) and then the funeral the next day. I wrote a thing for the funeral, and… (read more)
Yeah, you’re never going to see anything straightforward by Katy Perry or other pop-star-of-the-week on this site. However, I stumbled on these two interpretations of “Teenage Dream” that I felt the need to share.
This is a grungy spring wallpaper to warm your monitor on rainy days. The bright oranges, yellows and blues provide an interesting counterpoint to the grungy textures and typography. Our April 2011 wallpaper is ready for your standard or widescree…
Indeed, that’s what I’ve been doing with this blog lately. I suppose I’m still in the #postaweek2011 game if you include Tumblr posts like the the sexy sax man one. But otherwise, yeah… But it’s not because I’ve been sitting at the computer playing video games or anything. Doing support for Event Espresso takes up… (read more)
As designers, we often find ourselves spending exorbitant amounts of time working on fake content. It’s hard to describe something to some people without being able to show it to them. Facebook fan page widgets are something you see everywhere, and yet, how do you incorporate them into a mockup without using someone else’s box or resizing it to fit into dimensions that fit your new design but aren’t the original widget’s proportions? I have found myself in this position many times and, yesterday, set out to find a PSD solution. Unfortunately, it doesn’t exist. There are a couple really good Facebook UI templates (like this one from Fuel Your Creativity which has you covered on everything you need for an actual fan page, or this one that was featured […]