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Mockingbird | Wireframes on the fly

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Mockingbird is an online tool that makes it easy for you to create, link together, preview, and share mockups of your website or application.


It’s Nice That : Feature : 2009 Review

We’ve been lucky enough to work with some fantastic creatives over the last year and throughout the course of December we will be inviting a number of them to share with us an insight into their 2009. - Nudge

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Everyone can create music * Select 1 of 8 different Sound Patterns from the small Matrixes icons on the right. * Use your mouse to draw notes on each 16 Step Matrix. * For each Pattern, adjust Volume, Mute, Clear, or set Audio Pan from Left to Right. * Click on the Tempo numbers and click up or down to change the overall Tempo. * Get & Share allows you to Send Mail, Get Link, Get Embed code or Spread in communities. * Use the Feedback Forum to tell us what you think, leave your comments or make suggestions. * Check out MOST LISTENED and NEWEST iNudges below!

Twitterfountain, mashing Twitter Tweets and Flickr images into a visual backchannel

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Twitterfountain comes to your aid: we mash up tweets and Flickr-images that share the same tags into a spectacular visual. Below is a sample, that you can copy and embed in your own site.

みんなのマンガ投稿&共有コミュニティ MANGAROO「まんがるー」


Coolshowcase: Showcase of digital design, illustration, fine art, traditional art, photography, digital art, 3d and more...

Coolshowcase is a space to share and enjoy the work of digital artists and designers. Where all can collaborate and share your opinion ...

Rainbow based designs: A new trend? | Dezinerfolio

We really love following up on the latest trends. Today, while browsing through some websites, we saw a few which had a common element. Yes, Rainbows! If used carefully, Rainbows can give a cool look and feel to your website. Though we couldn't find many, we have gathered as much as we could. But the question remains unanswered. Does the use of Rainbows mark the beginning of a new trend? We can't confirm until we get to see more similar designs. So please share your link if you find one that is particularly good.


Using CSS to Fix Anything: 20 Common Bugs and Fixes

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Without a doubt, a logical and structured layout is the best way to go. Not only because your layout varies between browsers, but also because CSS has a lot of ways to position every element you have. Today we wanted to share with you some quick tips on how to avoid easy pitfalls when creating your CSS layout. This is the first part in this series as there are SO MANY good tricks out there and if you see an easier or better methods, then post a comment below or email me. I will do my best to include it in our next post in this series.

Color Design Blog / The Colors Of Global Brand Identities by COLOURlovers

Today, more than ever, companies need to separate themselves from others that share the same crowded marketplaces, and it is being done with branding and creating a unique and easily recognizable visual identity. The visual identity of a business can be one of its most valuable intangible assets, and part of that visual identity is color.

OpenProcessing - Exhibition Space for Processing Community

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Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and interactions. It is an open project initiated by Ben Fry and Casey Reas, and it can be freely downloaded from You can find many tutorials and examples at learning. OpenProcessing is a 'flickr'ish place for processing community to share their sketches, comment on each other's pieces, etc..

Quality Brushes for Photoshop

by 5 others , is the place where you can find all the Quality Photoshop brushes from around the net. the site is updated with fresh brushes very often, so be sure to bookmark the site. Be sure to visit the sister site where you can also find many great freebie vector graphics/images. if you know of any quality Photoshop brushes, be sure to use the Submit page and share it with the rest of us :)

Notes on Design » Blog Archive » Sustainable Typography

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The concept of “green” typography may seem ridiculous to non-type-nerds and, yes OK, perhaps typography can’t conquer climate change, but it can certainly help communicate it! With these thoughts in mind, I thought it would be interesting to share some recent examples I’ve found of contemporary typography that truly redefine those terrifying visions of green (and tree-shaped) logos!


dishola /dish•ō•lâ/ v. To share the love of food - dish by dish. n. The ultimate source to find real meals at real places that rule.

Functional Design for a Dysfunctional World - That’s Design!

Introduction We are facing a planet that is slowly disintegrating by pollution and global warming. We live in a society that is sadly corrupted by violence and inequality. And in which poverty goes hand in hand with over consumption. Our world certainly is a dysfunctional world. This exhibition focuses on a group of young designers who operate both as producers and social engineers. In their desire for an instantly engaged attitude, they reinterpret their own environment to offer useful and ingenious suggestions for design that can be at once critical, functional and witty. Using prosaic materials, found or recycled objects, and by reassembling and reconstructing old and new, they address environmental problems, gender issues, and politics of space, or simply press for a more human face of design. Not without humour they trigger awareness of our patterns of behaviour. And by exploring the symbolic values of the objects that surround us, they remind us that while we all share the dream of living in a better world we are equally responsible for creating or at least sustaining it. The participants in the exhibition are students or recent graduates of Konstfack from different departments, including Interior Design and architecture, Industrial Design, Glass and Ceramics and Textiles. Renée Padt, Curator

Main Page - Ubuntu Eee

Welcome to Ubuntu Eee's wiki Ubuntu Gutsy running on the Asus Eee This is the main source of information about Ubuntu or Kubuntu on the Asus Eee. The Ubuntu Eee project consists of: Scripts that make Ubuntu Gutsy run on the Eee This wiki, which is all about optimizing Ubuntu on your Eee This wiki contains 42 articles and is the main source of information about Ubuntu on the Eee. If you've never used a wiki before, check out our Help page. Please share your ideas, tweaks, thoughts...

About | Eyebeam Labs

Eyebeam's Labs provide a fertile context and state-of-the-art tools for digital research and experimentation. They are a lively incubator of creativity and thought, where artists and technologists actively engage with culture, addressing the issues and concerns of our time. Our fellows and resident artists challenge convention, celebrate the hack, educate the next generation, encourage collaboration, freely offer their contributions to the community, and invite the public to share in a spirit of openness: open source, open content and open distribution.

Mindomo - Web-based mind mapping software

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Mindomo is a versatile Web-based mind mapping tool, delivering the capabilities of desktop mind mapping software in a Web browser - with no complex software to install or maintain. Create, edit mind maps, and share them with your colleagues or your friends.

2007 - Patterns in Interaction Design

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A Pattern Library for Interaction Design This site contains a lot of best practices in Interaction Design. Over the years I have collected examples and insight on their applicability that I share with you here on this. So there is really no 'original' design to be found here, sorry. It has all been done before... See it as a reference or basic 'toolkit' you can use when design user experiences. It is no substitute for creative design, it simply seeks to describe what we know and have learned about solutions you will find abundantly on the web and even beyond. Every 'solution' described in these patterns may succeed in one context but may also fail in another. The challenge is to understand why and how it depends on elements of the context of use. I give you my opinion here, but may opinion is also subject to new this site will be updated!

Browser Statistics

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What is the trend in browser usage? Web Statistics and Trends Statistics are important information. What you can read from the statistics below is that Internet Explorer 6 is the most common browser.


ThisNext - Recommend, Share and Discover Great Products!

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What is ThisNext? | ThisNext is a shopcasting network where you can discover, recommend and share things you love. Everything on ThisNext was recommended by real people.


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Share & store artworks, photos, videos and MP3. All for free!

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