In August we’ve launched a website for designers and developers called Web Design Updates. In this portal we daily select and spread original news for the Web Design Community.
We think the key for our growth is the sharing and you can use this resource to share your posts simply using the Submit Form!
Weekly Top Five From Web Design Updates is a PV.M Garage series that collects the most read and useful articles from this side project of the garage.
Enjoy it, below there are really juicy posts, resources and tips.
Top Five Web Design Updates
Inspiration: web design trends in 2009 (and probably 2010): Where are we heading?
Big photography, huge typography, sketches, nature and sliders. There are other “trends” as well but i believe these are the elements used mostly in today’s web design world and will be used next year as well. In this post I’ve got 4 sites for each of the 5 categories i mentioned earlier.
20 jQuery Plugins/Techniques For Web Designers And Developers
Everyday, new jQuery plugins and techniques are being released on the web. You may not have the time to check them all out, but here’s 20 relatively new jQuery plugins/techniques to quench your jQuery thirst for now.
45 Creative Logo Designs For Inspiration
18 Creative websites with self photographs on it
Here are some creative and impressive ways where designers have used their photographs on website so others can enjoy them as well, presenting some of the best creative freelance websites with nice and impressive way of placing their photograph on it!
Design a Vibrant Blackberry Inspired Ad in Photoshop
The Blackberry Loves U2 TV promo features some awesome, bright and vibrant lighting effects. Let’s take a look at recreating the style to produce a Blackberry inspired design of our own.
Much like the old Apple/Coldplay advertisement, the new Blackberry Loves U2 promo features some stunning visual effects. Check out the video, showing the range of light particles and colours flaring from the background.
Looks pretty cool huh?! Let’s take a look at recreating the style in Photoshop, starting with a couple of stock photographs and spicing them up with some Photoshop touches.