Today’s the last day of 2009, that means after about 8 hours later, we’ll step into brand-new 2010! As I said this morning, “wow, the last day of 2009, how excited about it, haha!” I hope I could make my little “dreams” of 2010 come true in 2010, and my friends, wish you all happy a new year and dreams come true!
50 Creative Examples of Illustrations in Web Design : Speckyboy Design Magazine (tags: illustration gallery showcase design webdesign creative list art inspiration web)
This one is just cool! I just saw that scene in the movie! Hope that’s real, too!
This one was a little well-know and popular before, I guess some of you might have seen that already, it’s really stunning and fun, but some people are doubting it’s fake and a made-up ad, here and here. And this guy even did a math for that!
I doubted it, too. I hope it’s real, but before that guy made it, did he ever fail? if he did fail and fall down to the ground, he would be hurt so much and can not do that one more time at all, right?
When you start designing a new website it’s very useful to sketch out a first idea of page layout using paper and stencil. This approach help you define easily a working draft of the final version of your website. In general this is a top-down process: you can start sketching first the main sections and then adding more details progressively. In this post I want to suggest you some interesting examples of beautiful sketches for website prototypes for your daily inspiration.
With our readers ranging from the creative industry (industrial, graphics design, interior, fashion design, ect) to the traditional industry (info tech, finance, entertainment, marketing, manufacturing, ect), we can proudly say that we have one of the most vocal communities where voices are heard. The innovations that you see on YD are all a result of those suggestions. This includes the interviews, reviews & Podcasts .
To sum it up, we’ve had a pretty innovative year, and we hope next year will be bigger, better and brighter for all of us!
Recently one of my friends Hiko, who is from Tokyo Japan, recommended a Japanese group to me, it’s called Mr Children. yesterday I sent him a funny Japanese Christmas song called Jingle Bells – 7人の麦わら海賊団, which is from the popular cartoon One Piece（ワンピース） of Japan – I really love this cartoon, haha. And he said, oh, you know, Mr Children would make music for the movie if the author Eiichiro Oda 尾田 栄一郎 make a One Piece movie. Then that’s how I know Mr. Children.
He said Mr Children is the most popular group in Japan right now. here I will have you one of their songs called Hanabi. This one is just awesome!
- On youtube: Mr.Children（ミスターチルドレン、ミスチル） HANABI LIVE 2008.12.14
- Download: Mr_Children_HANABI_LIVE.mp4.zip
Mr. Children, commonly called “Misuchiru” (ミスチル), is a Japanese rock band formed in 1988 by Kazutoshi Sakurai, Kenichi Tahara, Keisuke Nakagawa, and Hideya Suzuki. As a group, they are one of the most successful Japanese pop artists, having sold over 50 million records and creating the “Misuchiru Phenomenon” (ミスチル現象) in the mid 1990s in Japan.
Hi, my friends, wish you merry Christmas and a happy new year!
Pictures from Google Holiday Logos 2009.
I was rather pleased to see that not only does the latest version of Opera (the 10.5 pre-alpha) support border-radius but they made the smart move and didn’t prefix it with a vendor specific property -o- like Gecko (-moz-) and Webkit (-webkit-) do.
More detail on: Sam Brown ~ Bulletproof Rounded Corners with Border Radius.
Today I showed the wedding photos of my friend whose name is Zhong to my brother Jeff. He said Zhong looks a sort of Korean, but I told him that I think Zhong looks like the Terra-Cotta of Qing Shihuang! And he made these 2 pictures to show me, haha. That’s the proof of what I think.
What do you think?
Last friday I went to a friend’s wedding and was asked to take photos for the wedding, I had a great time there and took lots of nice photos :D Well they considered me as the photographer but I am really not, haha. Both of the bride and the groom are my friends, and even the bride was my classmate in the university and were roommates, we were very close.
OK, take a look at what I took: