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Aug 23, 2015
jacob share

Although they require more creativity and often, effort and money, catchy job ads can be game-changers for hiring companies. They get more attention than classic job ads, with the most creative ads getting shared on social media and beyond, and are more memorable because of the emotions they cause.

Jun 8, 2015
ayaz malik

However interesting the term OOH media may sound, it only refers to out-of-home media. It means billboards, posters, hoardings and such designs that you only see when you are out of your home, on the go.

May 4, 2015

Tattoos are great way to express one’s personality, reflect on experiences and important life events. However, being permanent, it’s extremely important to evaluate ideas carefully and pick studio and artist that can produce them in best possible quality. This is a website that can do both- inspire with quality visuals and offer good studios in almost any neighborhood.

Mar 7, 2015
ayaz malik

These days, the trend is to take web designs to a level where they do not need any images at all. Thanks to CSS3, we’re nearly there. With CSS icons, the last monopoly of images has been broken.

Mar 2, 2015

Grunge was a huge a couple of years ago. Then the web design started following flat designing but grunge is still huge in graphic design. So today we have a treat of grunge brushes for graphic designers.

Mar 2, 2015
Robert Palmer

There’s a great rule of thumb – every dollar invested into usability of your app can return hundredfold.

Aug 3, 2014

Over the past year, artist Lauren Purnell has been creating clever art out of food for her “Culinary Canvas” project. She recreates popular animals, landscapes and objects from edible ingredients on her tumblr blog called Culinary Canvas.

Jul 23, 2014

DKNG Studios, which is made up of Dan Kuhlken & Nathan Goldman, has done 50 different illustrations representing pop culture icons. It’s featuring 50 of their new pop culture film and television show screen prints. The show opened on June 14th, 2014 and will remain on display until July 5th