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How to Create Patterns in Design Projects


Think of how many patterns you follow in your daily routine. From waking up and getting ready for work to falling asleep each night, the day is filled with these small repeating elements that create order and calm.

Designer’s Guide to Printing Book-Style Items


One of the most complex jobs you can take on as a designer is getting something ready for book-style printing.

This Week in Design: Aug. 15, 2014


Do you ever stop to think about what’s beyond the things you are designing today? What’s next in design and publishing?

Design Dilemma: Working for Foreign Clients


When the internet allowed people to live and work remotely, it trumped FedEx’s overnight delivery with instant delivery.

Find Out How Visitors Use Your Website With Hotjar Insights


Having a website in today’s market is not enough. You also need see how your visitors are really using your website.

Freelancing 101: How to Stay on Top of Trends


One of the biggest challenges that comes with working from home is the loss of a day-to-day design trend network.

This Week in Design: Aug. 8, 2014


For many people vacation season, is in full swing.So this week in design we are having a little fun. From a great debate over the difference between a logo and symbol, to fun “commandments” for freelancers, to a typography contest, there’s a little something for everyone.

Design Dilemma: Why Do Clients Love Bad Design?


It’s the bane of every creative. Why is it that clients seem to love bad design? Out of all the concepts presented to a client, why does almost every designer complain their “worst concept” is the one inevitably chosen by the client?

Why Every Designer Needs a Code of Ethics


Many professions have codes of ethics, a common set of guiding principles that help you make fair decisions.

600+ Resources for $18 at PixelsDaily


We’ve recently been making some changes over at PixelsDaily, our sister-site containing hundreds of high quality web elements, graphics, icons, and resources for designers.

Design Inspiration: Supernova


A dynamic and shiny logo that expresses a moment of star explosion in circular symmetrical style. Combined with distinguished unicase typography.

Design Inspiration: Forms


An example of beautifully simple and elegant forms for a web app. This design was featured on Sunday 3rd of August 2014.

Design Inspiration: Church and Events Theme


Church and Event is suitable for users with zero programming skills as well as advanced developers. The theme is build for churches and events but it is also suitable for any kind of website – conference, environmental, charity, law, agency, hosting, nonprofit, gym, medical, parallax, political, activist, cause, one page, business, spa and shop.

Design Inspiration: Appica


Appica is a set of two different fully responsive landing pages designed for iOS7 and Android, allowing your app to look natural on phones running these operating systems.

Design Inspiration: Anan Hotel


A clean and classical logo design for Anan hotel in Ho Chi Minh city. This design was featured on Saturday 2nd of August 2014.

This Week in Design: Aug. 1, 2014


So you’re living the dream. You always wanted to be a designer. And you are. And you are pretty good.

This Week in Design: Aug. 1, 2014


So you’re living the dream. You always wanted to be a designer. And you are. And you are pretty good.

Design Inspiration: Wingo


Wingo is a small shop in Ho Chi Minh city. Wingo provides fashion products. Logo wingo was designed base on the name of brand This design was featured on Friday 1st of August 2014.

Design Inspiration: iOS Gannet Icon


This icon, designed by Chris Heath, is for an app called 'What To Do In Hawke's Bay' by developer D2 Solutions Ltd.

Design Inspiration: OO Monogram


Monogram of OO made to look like the infinity symbol. This design was featured on Thursday 31st of July 2014.


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