Whether you are a professional web designer or a newbie, trying to master the intricacies of CSS, PHP, web safe fonts, color codes, and other essential elements of web developing , from time to time you do need some reference materials or quick tips either to learn something quickly or just to refresh the information in your head. Cheat sheets offer an easy and efficient way not only for a student to get ready and pass an exam successfully, but it is also a great way for a web designer to make his or her (we respect both genders equally) work more efficient, easier, and richer in terms of practical knowledge. Besides, some people just love to decorate their work places with multiple tables and graphs to create the inspiring atmosphere :-) and, maybe, even to impress the higher-ups a little, demonstrating true passion to the professional duties. Hence, we decided to devote a separate article on Cruzine to all kinds of useful cheat sheets for web designers. HTML tags, CSS elements, Photoshop shortcuts, web safe fonts and color code charts – we have dug all over the Internet to find the most useful, up-to-date, and informative cheat sheets for web designers.
Black Wallpapers have always been the best source of inspiration for me. Even when we talk about photography, black and white photographs always have a soft corner when compared to any other photographs. The way the black wallpapers are given treatment in photoshop gives a new dimension to it.
Man’s best friend set of photos – AIRBORNE :)
The word “Android” entered the vocabulary of the English language many centuries ago. With the original meaning of “human-like robots”, androids were widely popularized by the science fiction writers and television (remember droids from the Star Wars?). It may be an unexpected surprise, but the earliest bibliographic records about androids date back to the 13th century and they are connected with the name of a great scientist and Doctor of Religion Albertus Magnus, who, as some sources claim, created the first androids. Six centuries later, the word “android” appeared in the US patents, referring to the small human-like toy machines. And only three years ago, at the end of 2008, a new association with the word “Android” appeared. Developed by Android Inc (later purchased by Google), today Android is commonly associated with the world’s best-selling mobile operating system.
Based in Ukraine, Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven are two photographers who have been experimenting with low quality cameras since their perhaps not-so-innocent youth. From frozen lakes to empty theatre stages across Eastern Europe, the duo have snapped haunting images of the surroundings available to them, often emanating a dark or eerie mood.
Automotive photographer based in Göteborg, Sweden. Here is our showcase from his automotive photography.
Amazing artworks by Luciano Gatti from Brascia, Italy. Here is our showcase from his paintings. Enjoy :)
Sunday cool design and art inspirations for all DYT readers :)
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Brooke Shaden is a fine art photographer living and working in the Los Angeles area. Her passion lies in creating new worlds through photographs. Her vision extends beyond the realm of the camera, creating images that resemble paintings and speak of an era that is not our own. Each image is a story.
Here is our showcase from talented UK based artist Richard Poge. Beautiful illustrations and drawings for your inspiration. Enjoy ;)
Alex Eylar is an advanced LEGO scene creator from California, USA. Here is our showcase from his unique artworks. Enjoy ;)
As we all know, National Geographic have some really awesome and huge collection of animal photos. These are some really amazing photo collection for february. Hope you going to like this, as much as we did. So, take a look, and enjoy!
Saturday creative design and art inspirations for all DYT readers :)
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Molecular gastronomy is a discipline practiced by both scientists and food professionals that studies the physical and chemical processes that occur while cooking. It is also the use of such studied processes in many professional kitchens and labs. Molecular gastronomy seeks to investigate and explain the chemical reasons behind the transformation of ingredients, as well as the social, artistic and technical components of culinary and gastronomic phenomena in general. ”Molecular gastronomy” also refers to a modern style of cooking, which takes advantage of innovations from the scientific discipline.
Interesting a creative illustrations by talented Jany Moskaljuk. Enjoy!