Monthly Archives

June 2010

Book Review: Caffeine for the Creative Mind

Time to time people in the creative industry are bound to run low on their creative juices and then need something to get back on track. This book will not only help those creatives out, but get them into gear. Caffeine for the Creative Mind by Stefan Mumaw and Wendy

Amazing Creature Moleskine Inspiration

We have done some moleskine inspiration posts in the post and they were very successful. This post is also about moleskine inspiration, but this artist is a fan of drawing creatures and mixing them with human beings. Yes that could sound strange, but believe me this guy has got talent.

3 Things You Have To Do Right Now

In this post we will be talking about 3 serious tasks that you have to complete right now. These tasks aren’t specifically targeted at a certain job, but at everyone as a matter of fact. These 3 things are very important to business people and freelancers. Keeping yourself on top

Decent Illustration Type Experiments

Its always good to experiment, it doesn’t really matter in what field you work in, but you always learn something new. In this post you will see some great illustrative type experiments created by Bratislav Milenkovic. They don’t only consist of the average things you see everyday, its something different

Practical Tips for Multilingual Website Design

English might be the dominant online language for the time being, but that’s changing fast – right now there are over 1.3 billion people online for whom English is not their first language (Internetworldstats.com). Taking that into account, along with research that shows 85% of online consumers will only buy

10 Beautiful Minimalistic Websites

I love minimalistic sites, especially if they flow well. Less is more in most cases so keeping it simple definitely does count. Today I have 10 Beautiful Minimalistic sites to show you and hopefully have your opinion on them and what you think. Each site has a different feel to