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January 2010

Interview with Jacob Gube From Six Revisions

Today we have a special guest in our Interview seat and its Jacob Gube from Six Revisions and Design Instruct. Jacob has been a inspiration to thousands of people around the world through his blog Six Revisions and continue to impress with new content. We here at Creativeoverflow asked Jacob

Apple Launches New iPad

Apple has finally unveiled their latest creation, the new “iPad.” Weighing in at a mere 1.5 pounds (0.7 Kg) and 0.5 inches (12.7mm) thin the iPad is pretty easy to carry around and use. Basically a up scaled model of the Ipod Touch the iPad does a few things that

Creative Interview with Illustrator Rod Hunt

Today we have someone special for you, a Professional Illustrator by the name of Rod Hunt. A Freelance Illustrator that has worked for clients that most people only dream of, these include Top Gear, FHM, BBC, Barclays, Vodafone to name a few. I asked Rod a few questions and this

Inspiration: Experimental Typography

As designers we love to experiment in different dimensions and typography is definitely one of the favorite areas.Alex Varanese Portfolio a Artist from San Francisco in the US has done a exceptional job in experimenting with different shapes and lighting positions to come up with a awesome collection of type

2010 – A New Decade Of Light Desktop Calendar

Its a New Year and we definitely gotta go through the year in style, so presenting to you the New Decade of Light Desktop Calendar created by Kristopher Grunert a Professional Photographer from Vancouver Canada. He has created a stunning Desktop and Purchasable Calendar that I had to share with

4 Quick & Easy Design Theory Tips

Oftentimes you can create a snappy design that just doesn’t seem to work – it looks nice and all, but there’s something about it, something you just can’t quite put your finger on, that stalls it dead in it’s tracks. We’ll explore four areas that may just solve the problem…

What Qualities Make A Successful Freelancer

Knowing what you want to achieve from the start is a process in itself. If you’re a visionary then this won’t be a very big problem for you, but every freelancer gets stuck sometime or another. I have decided to start off 2010 with a article showing you what qualities