This is the sixth episode of Central Scrutinizer 250 rates collection, the re-order of all the resources suggested in 2005.
(continue from here: CSS, Js & Php, Flash & Accessibility, Typography, Colors)
With the last of the categories dedicated to “Graphic Design” we close the macro-section DESIGN.
Today we explore again a long series of Graphic Projects born mainly for the print but that on web continue to amuse, to enchant, to inspire.
Web Design Times collected in this post 25 grunge fonts, where “grunge” means a dirt,drawn, gaunt, haggard, hollow-eyed, wan, cadaverous, emaciated, gaunt, shrunken, skeletal, wasted
(I’m italian, so I allow myself to eye furtively in the dictionary)(ehi, are all of these words in topic?please tell me!) typographic aspect that we found in the more time cited worn look. |inline
This is the fifth episode of Central Scrutinizer 250 rates collection, the re-order of all the resources suggested in 2005.
(continue from here: CSS, Js & Php, Flash & Accessibility, Typography)
Because the white is the everything. |inline
After Crying, while eating (I think one of the best sites of 2005, design apart), here’s The Regulars.
This time the cloud of mistery that envelops the pages must be particularly toxic.
The 2,0 logos? Pfui, amateurs. In this page they start from 3,6% alc.vol.
(and don’t give up hope if you can’t finish your drink: there’s not a “beta” label for you)
This is the fourth episode of Central Scrutinizer 250 rates collection, the re-order of all the resources suggested in 2005.
After the section “Web design”, we start today with the “Graphic Design”, that kind of visual communication that grow from century to century on the paper but that on web doesn’t stop to dictate his rules for the construction of a visually effective “digital page” .
We’ll see so two fundamental (also for Web Design) categories as “Typography” and the “Colors”, and then a category dedicated to a series of “Grafical Projects” born for the print but advanced again in an online version that conserve the original beauty.
(continue from here: CSS, Js & Php, Flash & Accessibility)
The D profundis of Times New Roman. |inline
Are you ready to cross new frontiers of social bookmarking?
Listible is an instrument that works in a way different from digg or del.icio.us, more useful: you mustn’t to insert the link of a single article with related description, but an topic that could contain a series of articles linked among them. Every single user can to insert his resource not ancora inserted yet thought the form
below and so create a very complete database with all the resources available under that subject, reducing the search by tag.
Some examples: Full List of CSS Galleries,with 14 resources suggested, Online Feed Aggregators, with 25 resources, Social Bookmarking Sites, with 42 resources, a very interesting data that complicates the ways for the success of this application.