CSS is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation semantics (the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language. Its most common application is to style web pages written in HTML and XHTML, but the language can also be applied to any kind of XML document, including plain XML, SVG and XUL.
In comes CSS3 – Like A Sir. With its fancy looks, animations and effects.
I hope that these resources help you on your journey of mastering CSS – If you don’t love CSS, you probably will after this, and if you do love CSS – then this will just make you happy in the pants area, like it does to me.
Bold & Justified: Typography infographic was researched and designed by the talented Meghan Robichaud and published in COLOURLovers website.Meghan is graphic designer and illustrator from [Hampton] New Brunswick, Canada.
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Open Field is an annual iPad magazine. Twenty-eight remarkable women share personal stories – some written, some visual – about transforming moments. From meeting nuns in Israel to creating Afghan Idol, from a summer without speech to a life without cigarettes, these stories are witty, wise and fearless.
All proceeds go to assisting women in developing countries through the charity CARE. Issue One is created around the theme of Change.
Everyone involved in making Open Field gave their time and talent for free. We are humbled that authors, artists, musicians and business owners of such calibre were willing to be involved with us: for the most part we were strangers to them.
There are exactly three photos I am gonna highlight today. We’ll have one beauty, one animal and one sport representative. Now buckle up and enjoy the ride! The same as yesterday we’re presenting an amazing horse photo by Andrey Vasilyev. The second featured photo is by Carsten Witte. If you remember we did an interview with this talented photographer few years back. Anyway, check his More Beauty photo … it’s totally worth it. And the sport representative mentioned is by Justin Bettman called Fall 2011. That’s something for all the skateboarders out there. Now let’s move one section down. My favorite from today’s illustrations is without a doubt Eternal Love by Dzeri29. If you were scrolling through our yesterday’s set, you noticed we featured Raphael Vicenzi. Let’s repeat that today .. make sure to check his 2012. You’ll find it in the art / digital art section at the very bottom. There are some nice ads available today as well. When I have to make my choice between the three featured, it would be the UniverCell: Messi by JWT, Bangalore, India. Love the soccer idea. If you’re waiting for today’s freebie only … there is a nice detailed 3d splash at the bottom. Enjoy!
If I’m not mistaken it’s the first time we’ll be presenting collection of various cool tutorials. I remember we featured single tutorials, but this time we thought aggregating the best tutorials out there into one collection would be more useful for you guys. Ok, you already know it will be about tutorials today … what you do not know, in case you skipped the title :) is that it’s gonna be about tutorials for Adobe Illustrator only. So everyone into Adobe Illustrator … now focus as there surely are some new tricks you still do not master. And everyone from us should be willing to improve, right?! Guys, if you think this collection is missing some cool tricks, feel free to post the link(s) into the comments section. Enjoy!
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I’m not a big fan of free font, they’re frequently of poor quality, but with the…
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Pattern designs applied in placemats for BZP Bazar, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Seems we’ll be continuing with female beauty today as well. There are several amazing photos featuring hot women, but we’ll start with something different today if we may. What about beautiful horses? Andrey Vasilyev is quite talented … but you’ll figure that out yourself after checking his Horses photo. Seems more like a photo manipulation to me, but the end result is brilliant, so it doesn’t matter at all. My second pick has something common with beauty, but this photo is more conceptual or fashion related. I am speaking about the Follow the wind by Zlatimir Arakliev. Seems like the girl is representing hunting season with all the feathers and furs :). Anyway, let’s move on. I kind of like unusual style, and that’s exactly what I see in the 3d illustration called General Portfolio by Lee Hasler. I like it a lot. In the art / digital art section there is a nice ink illustration called Portraits in Ink and Tea by Carne Griffiths. I bet the author spent a great deal of time working on it. Can’t help it, but today I have to highlight something from the architecture / design section as well. Fans of interior design gonna agree that the Leafy Faucet by Andrea de Dominicis is worth highlighting. Amazing design. Love the sink too! That’s everything from me guys … now it’s up to you to get your mouse busy. Enjoy!