Dean Chalkley’s Film “Young Souls”

Check out Dean Chalkley’s “Young Souls” film made for the much respected 125 Magazine. Featuring some of the greatest soul music, scene insiders and new converts to the northern soul movement.

You can check as well the pictures of the photo shoot commissioned by 125Magazine on their website!

Blog Owners Should Justify Their Worth On Web – Why And How?

Professional Bloggers are touching every alternative to ensure increased profit. Online advertisers are pouring money (like anything) into SEO developments for their websites.

blog owners

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17 movies and their websites

Experience 17 movies and their online websites.

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Be Inspired – Creative Web Interfaces #22


Here we are, our twenty second web interface showcase. Showcasing the latest design trends within the community, this round-up of fresh showcasing e-commerce, blogs and portfolio designs.

We would love to know your feedback on our web interface showcase, how can we can we make them better? What should we not do? Should we have a voting system? Feel free to drop us a tweet with your suggestions or post in the comments below.

As always we would love to know which interface is your favourite in the comments.

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The Team Behind A Well Done Website – Story Of Great Achievements

Website development and promotion is not a job of single man. There are many things that are required for the online promotions and developments of the websites.


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Arty Bollocks Generator

Do you hate having to write your artist statement? Generate your own here for free, and if you don’t like it, generate another one. For use with funding applications, exhibitions, curriculum vitae, websites …

more about this project here.

more about this project here.

Inspiration Twitter Follow Friday

Inspiration list for Twitter Follow Friday. If you don’t follow these cats, maybe you should. The photo above was shot by Tim Navis.

Tim Navis » Photographer

Shelby White » Designer & Photographer

Steven Taylor » Photographer

Fabio Sasso » Graphic designer

#FF list composed by:

Shandon Dyksterhouse » Graphic designer

30 Heart Touching Examples of Dear Photograph

Remember Ben Heine, the painter, illustrator, portraitist, caricaturist, and photographer? He takes pictures and then uses a pencil drawing to fill in the gaps. This process gives his work uniqueness, and is extremely cool. Now we are not saying that Taylor Jones, who is the founder of Dearphotgraph, stole this idea and instead uses old photographs. The point that we are trying to get across is that, while the ideas are different the concept is the same.

Taylor Jones came up with this new trend by an accident. While looking through old pictures at the kitchen table he came across an old photo. His mother and brother where both sitting the same way as the old photograph portrayed. He took our the photo and held it up, to his surprise the photo matched exactly and thus a new idea was born.

Dearphotgraph is a Tumblr based blog that showcases a picture took of a pictures from the past in the present. At first the blog had Taylor’s childhood images only. As time progressed people started to take notice, from then on the blog turned into a community based project where anybody could submit their own “Dearphotograph.” In a recent CBS interview he stated the following:  “What I’ve learned from blogging is people relate with emotion so if you’re making a blog it has to be good content, content that is going to be able to spread. That’s what I found from this site, I’ve got tons of emails from people. They say Dear Photograph has given them a reason to see their parents and look through old photographs together.”

In order to honor this creative idea, we have collected some great examples from Dearphotograph. We hope that you will enjoy looking through these as much as we did. Some of the images below will make you sad, and some of them will make you smile. Overall these photos bring back past memories back to present times, and for that reason we find this new trend very inspiring!

Note: © All Rights Reserved by and the original owners.

Grandpa loved the outdoors. But he loved us more.
Pam Dusbabek

Time to walk the dog again.
Nikki Lynn

There’s a reason we had to paint these stairs blue. They just weren’t as colorful without these two.

I’ll always remember my first fish.
Brian Thurman

We outgrew the clothes, but never the visits with you, Daddy.

The steps of the past, lead us to the present.

I’ll never let go.

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Daily Inspiration!

How To Design A Product Page To Increase Conversions

E-commerce is continuing to grow even during the current economic malaise. As more and more businesses discover the delights of moving their enterprises online, e-commerce is growing by leaps and bounds. The Internet changed how businesses and customers interact forever. A customer can now go online to the business’s website and order a product or sign up for a service without ever interacting with any personnel or employees. This revolutionized how a business conducts itself when it comes to the Internet. The website is like a dedicated salesman, working constantly for no pay except the expense of hosting and domain name fees.

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45 Outstandingly Well-Designed E-commerce Websites

Remember back in the day when we had an ugly square box with an image inside, and on the right side would be a checkout box? This used to be the generalized appearance of an online e-commerce store. Ever since we have moved completely into a brand new “pretty” digital era, where you can buy physically anything online and not hurt your eyes while doing so! At this point and time it would be much more ideal to purchase an desired item online rather than the store. Much thanks to Amazon, I have found thing to be even cheaper than what I would pay at a walk-in Target or Walmart.

While the design of an e-commerce website went from ugly to beautiful, e-commerce based web design is still plays as a huge challenge for web designers. In order to succeed you have to be unique, engaging, creative, and worry about the user experience. We all know that the top priority for any e-commerce website is to sell their products. However, overlooking design and rushing to that step is unintelligent. When I shop at a store, I want to enjoy the experience. Having an attractive e-commerce design makes me appreciate what the company offers, and creates a chance of me becoming a regular customer.

Many corporate websites have so many different things going on once you visit their home page. Sooner that you know it, you have been bombarded with information overload. Sales, discounts, promotions, buy one get one free, and much more unnecessary spam. This collection is purely about aesthetics. Personally speaking I would enjoy shopping at any of the stores mentioned below. Thanks to their attention to detail, they should stand as an example for any designer in need of inspiration. If you are currently designing an e-commerce website, we hope these 45 wonderful examples will get your creative juices flowing.

1. Peternappi

2. Custombagshq

3. Suckyeah

4. Flylondon

5. MojoThemes

6. Thecassette

7. Campluxe

8. Geekletics

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ARG//Eloise Bijoux Project

Jewelry brand and online store
This projcet was about the creation and launch of the brand Eloise Bijoux.
It has a strong vintage inspiration in order to give the brand a finest look.
We also create and we are still developing the online store to sell all products range.

Our Wonderful Nature

Landing Page Kit for Better Conversions

Let’s face it, creating optimized landing pages that convert can drive you crazy.
You’re either:
– a marketer who can’t design
– a developer who can’t design
– or a designer who doesn’t know the basics of laying out pages that sell

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