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Modern Blog Design | Why Blogs are More Important for Businesses Than Ever @medianovak

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Entrepreneurs and business owners who do not own a blog or are staying out of social media, because they feel producing interesting contents for their prospective customer is both costly and time consuming, will mostly like fail in their business. Once you stop informing your consumers about the products and services you provide it will gradually affect the overall status of your company. Hence, the chances for you to take your business onto the next level will no longer be possible. This is actually one of the biggest problems that most online marketers are facing these days. Establishing a compelling and informative blog that can take the attention of their target market is not really that easy.

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Minimal Logo Designs – Simplicity at its Best

Creating a logo is one of the most important aspects of every business as this shall be the face and representation of each company. With a splash of creativity, designers aim to capture people’s attention and leave a mark on people’s mind. While wanting to leave a lasting impression to numerous people, companies seek for that creative genius who would relay the message to their audiences by sporting a minimalist logo.

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Contemporary console for your modern home decoration

Newton is a console made from aluminum and lacquered in black, with a high gloss varnish. The spheres and semi spheres that complete this futuristic console are gold plated. This intriguing console is ideal for any modern living rooms, bedrooms and hotel lobbies characterized by luxury interior design furnishings.

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Ferréol Babin * Interview

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French designer Ferréol Babin spoke with us about him-self and his work.
He studied design in France and Japan. His main focus is on lighting engineering design and he is extremely interested in interaction between users and objects. His projects are always based on an awareness of function and rationale, teamed with a poetic, emotional aspect.

 Read our interview where he reveals a bit more about him-self.

 

A · Firstly, can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

My name is Ferréol Babin, and I am a young french designer, born in 1987. I recently graduated from the ESAD of Reims, in object design. Before that, I graduated from the ENSA of Dijon, in space design, and studied design in the NUA of Nagoya, Japan. I also worked as an intern at Studio Robert Stadler, in Paris.

B · What’s your favourite part of the design process?

I think the begining of a new project is always realy exciting, because at that moment, everything is still possible. With drawings and models, you can create and re-create quickly, without thinking too much about all the confines which come after. In the same time, it’s good and pleasant to see drawingd and ideas coming to life, made with real materials, and industrially viable.

C · Please tell us more about your art and design background and what made you become an artist and designer?

Since my young age, I draw, paint and build things. I also always loved to dismount objects that I own, to understand how they work, how they are built, or why they don’t work anymore. Unfortunately, with high-tech products, this is not possible anymore, and I think that when you can’t analyse and understand an object, you can’t feel close to it.

 

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D · Where do you get inspiration?

It comes from everything that sorrounds me, directly or not. It comes from the observation of natural elements, but also from what others built before me. I always look for the rightest balance between the poetic aspect of an object, and its functionality, rationality and producibility.

E · Can you describe your style, how has that style developed over the years?

As said before, I always look for the best way to combine an industrially-conceived object, with a sensitive and delicate approach. But sometimes, projects cannot fit industry’s confines, that why I also produce object by myself, in small series, like the Ecume serie… read more.

 

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Hyperlocal Market by Kayleigh Thompson

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Hyperlocal Market is a minimalist platform created by England-based designer Kayleigh Thompson. The Hyperlocal Market encourages local food sales by connecting urban growers and makers with their local retailers and consumers.This platform fosters fair and professional trade through its website, app and tools.

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Toolbox in White by Oji & Design

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Toolbox in White is a minimalist design created by Japan-based designer Oji & Design. Oji wanted to create a new set of lifestyle products that would take advantage of the lacquerware wood. The woods are known for their gentle soothing colors, pleasant aroma, and water-resistant nature. The collection includes a tissue box design, or a small drawer box.

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Demetra by Naoto Fukasawa

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Demetra is a minimalist design created by Japan-based designer Naoto Fukasawa. The name Demetra comes from the Greek goddess of harvest. Naoto Fukasawa’s approach for product design is very original and his ‘Without Thought’, and ‘Design dissolving in behaviour’ are internationally supported. Fukasawa regards achie­ving simplicity in design as a way to achieve completeness and harmonious relationship between users, objects and environments as a purpose for design. The light comes with an available motion sensor, and is dimmable.

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Moments in Time by Dominic Wilcox

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Dominic Wilcox added five more watches to his collection of sculptures. British designer creates mini-sculptures from the series «Moments in Time»

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Logo Design Typography | Choosing The Right Font For Your Logo Design @medianovak

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An important part of your logo design and overall brand identity comes from the typefaces you use in your logo. Depending on your choices, your logo design could create a perception of a fun brand, a sophisticated brand, a modern brand, or an old-fashioned brand to name just a few.

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Beautiful Mobile Gaming App Design

Are you designing a game, or working on a mobile gaming app? Well get inspired by these timeless modern and traditional gaming application designs! Remember gaming apps are more than just fun games to play – they can be fun to look at too! :D

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25 Watercolor and Ink Photoshop Brushes No.3

Here is our third installment of our Watercolor and Ink photoshop brush set series, all of which are completely free to use personally and commercially. You can find the first one here on Inspiration Hut, and the second is located over on our marketplace (its still free there). We are still splitting, scanning and prepping each brush preset and expect to have around 8 packs in total that we will slowly by surely leak out over the coming months. So be sure to keep your eyes peeled and enjoy. 

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The Webfont War of Adobe and Hoefler

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In such a world dominated by the web font, the war broke out for the services of webfont between Adobe and Hoefler, which offer similar to serivizi payment and trying to dominate a market in strong growth …

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Great Politics Website Templates

The Politics web templates category includes politics, political parties, action groups, elected officials, etc. Most of the politics web templates have great American symbols, flag, white house, statue of liberty and graphics but it doesn’t mean that they can only be used in the USA. You can easily make the needed changes to the template so that it will work in the country of your project. The Politics web templates include fantastic new features like responsive design, HTML5, CSS3 & jQuery, drop down menus, photo galleries, single page web design, homepage intro sliders & image slideshows and video galleries.

Check out the below collection and get inspired!

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‘THE PERSISTENCE OF LOSS’, OBJECTS IN A PRECARIOUS BALANCE BY CAMILO A. R. MARQUEZ

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Young Mexican industrial designer Camilo A.R Marquez presents “The Persistence of Loss”, a project that investigates the relationship between fluid forms, light materials and striking geometric structures.

The resulting visual effect underlines the contrast between the effective rigid consistency of the hand-blown glass and the impression of softness of the material, held like gelatin in elegant metal pedestals.

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Knotty Bubbles* Lindsey Adelman

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Lindsey Adams Adelman was born in New York City in 1968. Her current work is the apex of a lifelong exploration in making objects special in the lighting design scene. Influenced by 19th century ornamentation and natural phenomenon, she and a small team create large hand blown glass and brass pieces that seem to take on a life of their own: the arms and tendrils expand out and grow organically from the center, seemingly random, quite dramatically, but with graceful purpose. Lindsey likes to combine the hand-crafted with the machine-made, the sensual with the practical, and the feminine with the masculine consistently that what defines her work. Her innovative chandeliers are a unique cross between industry and nature.

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Adelman founded her studio in 2006. Today in her New York City Studio she has a team of 15 and a network of local artisans that manufacture each piece to order. In spite of lighting has been the Adelman’s focus, she has recently explored jewelry, vessels, tiles, and wallpaper with various materials like wood, concrete, porcelain, gold, and stereolithography… read more.

 

Here you can see peacefull natural Lindsey Adams world. See this wonderfull video.

 

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6 San Francisco Residence Photos by Andrea Wyner. Knotty Bubbles* Lindsey Adelman

 

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