Notawonderboy is an Italian graphic artist who works mainly on recording projects.
Since 2010, he founded the Studio BatZar, a small studio based in Parma, northern Italy.
Here are four pictures from his latest project for the Italian electro duo called “Nu-Re Sound”.
For more information please visit Notawonderboy personal website,
or digit www.batzarstudio.com.
Lincoln Kayiwa, who recently opened his own design company, KAYIWA, in Helsinki, is presenting a new look, material, and handling manner for his elegant TUKAANI, sterling silver chop sticks.
Industrial designer and Ideacious CEO Joshua Brasse’s InCOG Biketool. The cycle-targeted multitool is “designed to fit the majority of handlebars,” and the entire thing bends like a snake so it can be shoved past the bend that occurs after the handle.
Mobile applications aim to assist users by connecting them to Internet services more commonly accessed on desktop or notebook computers, or simplify to use the Internet on their portable devices. A mobile app may be a mobile web site bookmarking utility, a mobile-based instant messaging client, Gmail for mobile, and many other applications.
The market of mobile apps is massive that many mobile app developers have set up numerous websites to promote their self-developed mobile apps. 20 top designed websites for mobile application have been picked in this article. You can then be inspired for your web design, layout or image processing.
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If you’re a web designer you don’t need to be tied down to it all time. Fire up your iPad and take a look at these great ipad apps for web designers that you should start using. Most of these apps are also great for those who aren’t professional, and just like to play around.
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Dutch industrial designer Debbie Wijskamp has created a fantastic collection of “Black Ruby” housewares made entirely from recycled tire rubber. Working from her Arnhem studio, this young designer enjoys handcrafting designs that explore new uses for everyday materials.
30 Toolbar Icons aims to provide a library of free icons that can be used in user interfaces, for example on toolbar buttons. The toolbar icons are designed in a consistent and simple style.
These icons come in PNG format in 32×32 pixels along with layered Photoshop PSD file of the icons. You can use them on both personal and commercial projects.
Among the top five browsers in today’s web-browser market, Safari, from Apple Inc, has a small yet dedicated bunch of users across the world. As of April 2012, the Apple Safari browser accounts for 6.5% of the web-browser market share, according to W3C global stats. While a majority of users run Safari on the Mac OS X and iOS platforms, Windows users are also exploring Safari as a viable alternative to other popular browsers of today. Does Safari have what it takes to challenge the likes of Chrome, Firefox and IE? Read on to find out.
Apple Inc. came out with the first version of Safari in January 2003. Since then, the company has released four more versions, the latest being Safari 5.1.7. In April 2012, Apple also released a developer’s preview of Safari 5.2 with interesting improvements over its predecessors. A key feature to look out for, in Safari 5.2, is the ‘iCloud Tabs’, which lets users sync tabs across multiple Mac OS X or iOS devices. This follows closely on the heels of Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome introducing a comprehensive ‘sync’ feature to synchronize tabs, browsing history, bookmarks, settings etc. across multiple devices.
Installation and Interface
Coming to Safari 5.1.7, installation is easy, though time-consuming. The package comes without an uninstaller, so you need to use the ‘Add/Remove programs’ feature in Windows in order to uninstall the browser program, which also takes time, relative to other browsers. If you are an existing Safari user facing any trouble with the Windows version of this browser, get in touch with an expert for the same or browse the online troubleshooting forums.
Safari’s swanky User Interface (UI) doesn’t fail to impress, with the ‘History’ page displaying thumbnails of previously visited pages, laying them across as tiles one behind the other. To look through them, drag these tiles either from left to right or the other way round, depending on which thumbnail you’re currently on. The ‘Top Sites’ tab displays thumbnails of most-frequented websites Safari picks up based on usage patterns. You can choose to view ‘History’, Top Sites’, or another home page on startup.