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5 Steps to Avoiding the Ultimate Creative Block

I often get this question from a lot of people, “How do you keep your creativity intact and flowing?” The funny thing is I never knew what to really say until one morning when I woke up and I couldn’t think of anything to create or do. This was one

Creating a Nature Inspired Digital Piece in Photoshop

Nature is everything that was not created by man. Living things and life are in the context of philosophical or ideological way of thinking. But man acts as a part of nature and designers. Nature is set in relation to human existence. This tutorial will teach you how I created

Web App Design: From Static Sketch to Running Code

If your a designer and have read the book Reworked by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, you will love this video footage recorded at the The Future of Web Apps 2010 in London last week. Ryan Singer gives a demonstration of 37 Signals design philosophy in action. Although this

10 Super Inspiring Motion Reels

We all love quality, don’t we? I’m not talking about 100 year old quality, I’m talking about new age. I love high quality motion reels, especially if you can see that the artist has been putting a lot of time and effort into making it happen. You get people that

How to Win your Design Commissions

In any profession where creativity is involved we often have to compete for projects. In my profession, architecture this is a common place, whether paid for or at risk. I have had a pretty good success rate with landing commission over the years, many times against other architects that have

30 Design Blogs You Have to Subscribe To

We all have our favorite blogs that we visit every day, being from Informative Articles, Interviews, Resources, Tutorials and even Inspiration. I also have a list of Blogs that I favor to visit whenever they have posted new content. In this article I will be rounding up my List of

Drawing In Today’s Digital World

One of the first elementary tendencies kids acquire is to pick up whatever we find and use it to draw. Unfortunately, what we choose to draw on might end up being the wall or furniture, yet there’s a fortunate possibility that our illustration might make it onto paper. Now here’s