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January 2008

Supershapes / SuperFormula

by sbrothier (via)
The supershape equation is an extension of the both the equation of the sphere and ellipse - Based upon equations by Johan Gielis - Intended as a modelling framework for natural forms.

December 2007

November 2007

October 2007

PowerPoint Prototyping Toolkit (release 0.2) - istartedsomething

by sbrothier & 6 others (via)
After hearing about the impact and success it had in Microsoft, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on prototyping in PowerPoint 2007. Amongst a few things Manuel Clement suggested a few weeks ago in his presentation about “wireframe prototyping with Office PowerPoint 2007″, was to create a toolkit of commonly used GUI components to copy and paste when designing the prototype screens. That’s what I set out to build.

PopChar: Easily type umlauts and foreign characters - a better Character Palette - with Unicode categories

by sbrothier
Tired of searching and remembering keyboard combinations for umlauts and other special characters? Want to get the most out of your fonts? Then PopChar is the right tool for you. PopChar makes "typing" of unusual characters easy without having to remember keyboard combinations.

Grid Layout

by sbrothier & 1 other
Khoi Vinh has been touting Grid Layouts for years. From his efforts there have been many, many solutions to helping people use Grid Layouts successfully. Thanks to a recent brilliant idea of Jon Hicks and code execution by Teevio, I present to you Grid Layout JS.

GridMaker Reboot - Article - andrewingram

by sbrothier & 1 other
A few months ago I wrote GridMaker to aid in producing grid-based web design mock-ups in Photoshop (and later Fireworks). Whilst very primitive it was well-received and many have informed me how useful they’ve found it. At the same time it was clear that there were a number of issues so I went back to GridMaker and made a number of changes.

Grid Calculator

by sbrothier & 9 others (via)
Change the settings (by dragging the sliders, clicking on the bars, or editing the values) to calculate the overall width of your grid.

Mini Pixel Icons

by sbrothier & 21 others
Over 320 mini pixel icons! All Free! These mini icons are designed at 14×14px with transparent background. They are specially designed for header or side navigation buttons. Feel free to use these icons for your site (personal or commerical). However, if you are using more than 10 different icons, you must give a link back to N.Design Studio.

Sanscons » SOME RANDOM DUDE

by sbrothier & 4 others (via)
Sanscons is a small spinoff of the Bitcons icon set that allows for CSS-based coloring and framing. The icon design is exactly the same, the only thing missing is a background - allowing you to set it to any color you so desire. The inspriation behind making a CSS-centric icon set came from Chameleon made by Dan Cederholm.

Where to get free patterns? | Jayhan Loves Design & Japan

by sbrothier
Because of Web 2.0 trend, patterns is kinda gaining back its popularity. But indeed, patterns will really enhance the beauty of a website. Besides to used as web design, patterns also can use as desktop wallpapers! I’m not saying those Windows ugly wallpaper patterns, but here, I compiled a list of 4 websites that provides free and nice patterns.

September 2007

Free Online Graph Paper / Grid Paper PDFs

by sbrothier & 4 others
Free Online Graph Paper / Grid Paper PDFs Downloadable and very printable, I find these PDFs extremely useful.

August 2007

LiveSurface Layered Image Library

by sbrothier & 3 others
The Shift LiveSurface Layered Image Library: high-resolution Photoshop image templates with pre-masked, embedded 3D surfaces.

July 2007

HPLHS Prop Documents Project

by sbrothier (via)
Games are more fun when you play with good toys, and we here at the HPLHS really like detailed props. We've already done a lot of the work of making highly authentic period prop documents, and now we're able to share them through the web. The HPLHS is happy to offer a collection of 1920s/30s era gaming prop documents that you can download and print. Although ome of these props are adapted from Hollywood movies and TV shows, most have been created exclusively for this website. Whether you play live-action or around the table, these props will intensify your role-playing games.

Color Design Blog / Color Inspiration from the Masters of Painting by COLOURlovers

by sbrothier & 10 others
The world has seen thousands of artists and millions of great pieces of art, but we chose just a handful of pieces of art from some of greatest masters of painting to show a little of how they were inspired by color… or perhaps, how they inspire us with color.

June 2007

DesignBum: Living Today's Tomorrows

by sbrothier
Okay, my tiny parakeets, let me set this shit straight. First off, this section is crammed with tasty visual treasures that you can use in your projects, art, or whatever. It's largely the sum collective of my personal design resources not including all the cool shit I've scanned over the years (though, bandwidth providing, I'll get those up as well). There's also some experiments, half realized ideas, stickers, and wallpapers on which to feast your eyes. Additionally, some of these projects contain dingbats that I didn't create. Use these at your own risk. Almost all the dingbats I used were free where but some may not be, so exercise caution. Also, you can download all of the downloads in one file if you want. But hark, and listen to the words I now speak, for I preach a mindful vision, one pregnant with poise and intent.

Factory Joe / Collection: Design Patterns

by sbrothier & 6 others
Reuse, recycle, but don’t reinvent the wheel unless necessary. by Brian Christiansen at UI Engineering. Via. This collection captures findings of consistent, unique or interesting interfaces and design flows from across the web.

Paparazzi!

by sbrothier & 17 others, 1 comment (via)
Paparazzi! is a small utility for Mac OS X that makes screenshots of webpages. It’s written in Objective-C using the Cocoa API and the WebKit framework. It was inspired by webkit2png which is a commandline tool written by Paul Hammond in pyObjC, so all intellectual credit for the basic functionality goes to him. ;) Paparazzi! requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later. The current version is 0.4.3. If you find yourself using Paparazzi! often, please remember to donate!

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