Monthly Archives

December 2009

24 Free High-Res Concrete Textures

24 Free High Resolution Concrete Textures for all of you to download. These textures are for personal and commercial use and no credit is required when used. Download this texture pack quick and easy by following the download link below, you will be using these textures in your own designs

10 Tutorials for Creating Beautiful Photo Effects

Every Photographer has a dream of going professional one day  but, without the proper training or eduction in the photography field the actual chance that you will turn professional is very dim. That’s why I have rounded up a few photo effects that you can use on your photos to

Logo & Type 08-09 Inspiration

Logo & Type 08-09 is created by Keith Williams and showcases his logo and typography creations since 2008 until 2009. Keith is a talented designer and definitely has a eye when it comes to print detail and design. His unique style also makes him stand out from the rest of

PixelCrayons has a 15% Christmas Discount

Christmas bells are getting louder and louder with each day passing by. And in the amidst of all preparations, PixelCrayons has announced a flat 15% Christmas discount on all its service packages to make Christmas more special; for those who wants to get quick PSD to HTML/XHTML done. This is

How To Fully Secure Your WordPress Blog

As most of you might have noticed, Creativeoverflow was hacked Friday morning 11th of December. It took me a entire day to get everything back up to date and working correctly again but, everything is back to normal now though. I decided to write this article to help you protect yourself

25 Sleek and Crisp Christian Websites

I know we have roundups of websites and portfolios but, when do we ever have roundups of Christian based websites? I know of a few sites that do christian website roundups, or has done in the past. I thought it would be a great idea to do a roundup just

Is Freelancing the Life for You

Freelancing, what is it really all about? Why is it that so many people push towards freelancing than the normal stationed employed job. Is their something remarkable about freelancing or something that we have missed? Being a freelancer myself I know about all the ups and downs of freelancing full