17 Effective Dropdown Menu resources | Underworld Magazines NYC | Every web designer gets creative when it comes to designing the navigation for a website. They try to make it standout and think of all the things the navigation should do. The easy part of making a navigation is designing it. After that, comes the […]
Wow, cool! One more mug got printed with my “roof top” design! My friend, Phat, who’s a great bird photographer from the US, got the mug I sent to him (actually it’s sent from my big brother Jeff) finally, and he took the pictures for his new mug and put it on his flickr, take a look:
And you might want to take a look the other mugs with this design and the story right here.
I am going to show you my first T design on Threadless.com, it’s called “have fun on the roof top”.
*About the design*
This design is based on the actual roof of my house in my hometown, found here: here (on my flickr)
You can help me get my design printed by going to Threadless and scoring it. If my design is printed, Threadless will pay me $2,500 in cash and prizes for it! Please help spread the word!
So you can vote for me if you like, the url:
have fun on the roof top
Thanks for stopping by :D
Recently I am working on a new website design and develop, it’s called bluepapa.com, which is a personal site of a pretty girl. Here is the illustration for coming soon page of bluepapa.com:
In the 10 years Bob and I have been producing All Songs Considered, one thing we've both noticed is how easy it is to judge an album by its cover art. We get several hundred CDs in the mail each week, and as we quickly sort through them, we can often eyeball which ones we're going to like. Rarely do we love the cover of an album and hate the music, or vice versa, though there are exceptions (I almost always love The New Pornographers' songs way more than the band's sometimes baffling cover art.)
The tip of the week for August 24, 2007 introduces JQuery and shows how a simple newsticker plugin can be used with Lasso. The tip shows how Lasso can be used to automatically add the required JQuery elements to the head of the document.
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!
我转过头笑着说：你们俩就你看看我 我看看你呗 其实眼睛已经红了
每一条回复我都有认真的看 ，感谢那些为了回复而加入这个小组的人 ，谢谢你们 。
Sweet Tweets is a weekend feature to The Design Cubicle highlighting some of my favorite, and other Twitterer’s design-related links discovered via Twitter throughout the work week – because having resources and staying up-to-date is important in growth and development.