Today when one hears the term “hacking” alarm bells tend to ring. Over the past decade the media has taken the term hacking and polymorphed it in to a fear instigating, paranoia driven state of terror. A calamity really; but wait, there is more; much more. What this new term encompasses today is a very wide spectrum of activities of which only the iceberg like tip is to been seen and understood by the average Joe. So … Read More
Based in Freiburg, Germany, at the age of 15 Hans Christian Reinl began teaching himself to code, and his first job was creating a website for a local rock festival. Mainly focused on front-end code, especially CSS, he shares what he learns on his blog.
We are back with the third edition of Friday’s Inspiration, this week there have been a lot of interesting websites. My fellow intern Abhi showed me a very savvy website by Nike which featured in the last year cssdsgn.com which is a new design awards site I have come across. Many other features will be from our favorite CSS Webdesign, Awwwards and The Best Design.
Just 10 years ago, laptops were ugly. Not just ugly, but heavy and expensive too. Thankfully today’s laptops are a totally different breed. They are faster, lighter, cheaper and a lot better looking. But how do you choose? What do you look for and how much should you spend? To help, we’ve created this guide with 10 points on what you’ll need to consider before buying a laptop. We are going to also provide you a budget analysis … Read More
Food photography and food blogging is fast becoming a trend. Take a look at anyone’s Instagram or Facebook albums and inevitably you’ll find at least five food photos of delicious restaurant meals or home-cooked creations. However, what looks mouthwatering in person can easily be turned into an unappetizing meal with the push of a button. This month’s tips will help you capture the best photos of your most scrumptious meals.
I’m sure everyone has had to work with someone whom you’d wish would just do things a bit more your way. Or at least a decent way. Someone who made you waste time going through unorganized, random file names and conflicting information. Well, today we bring you Dan Rose, educating the Design Community since 2011.