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PhotobucketMany of our readers must be wondering what a weird type of article it would be, after reading the heading. Writing about it never came in my mind until one of my friend asked me saying she needs to write an essay about Circle. First thought which I had was same as you all must have got “Weird topic”. Second thought was quite sensible; she knows how to work on internet and owns a cell which is GPRS activated then why she herself can’t Google about it. Rather than letting her know my 1st two thought, I started thinking what I would have written if I was supposed to write about it. That’s it! My brain started working and soon I came up with many good points. Now let’s move on to see what this article has to say…. Read more

 

The majority of reporters (and not just multimedia journalists) are using computers to create the news. Here are some tools that make reporting just a little bit easier.

Mezzoman
Find a meeting point

Mezzoman is a great tool for meeting sources/interviewees who aren’t nearby the newsroom. Just enter your address and the address of the person you plan to meet and the site will find a coffee shop or restaurant near a midpoint of the two locations.

DarkCopy
Distraction-free writing

The internet is full of magic and wonder that can be distracting when it’s time to buckle down and write that story. DarkCopy takes away those distractions by providing a full-screen text editor that will (hopefully) help maintain your focus.

Jott
Call-in note taker

Every reporter should carry a digital voice recorder, but Jott turns a cell phone into the next best thing. Call in notes to a special number and Jott will provide a transcript of your call.

CL1P.net
Copy and paste made easier

Sometimes text isn’t just copied from one file to another, but from one computer to another. Rather than send it by email, use Cl1p.net to paste the text into an online notepad and pick it up on another computer. It’s incredibly simple and the text can be saved for up to seven days.

flagxo
Airport reviews

Those reporters who find themselves traveling often will appreciate flagxo, a unique site that provides information and reviews on airports around the world. Users rank factors such as power plug availability, lounges and wi-fi. For a detailed list of airports that have wi-fi available, including a list of providers and costs, check out Travel Post’s Airport Wireless Internet Access Guide.

hotspotr
Wi-fi finder

For wi-fi outside of the airport, use hotspotr to track down the nearest wireless internet connection. Simply enter an address and the site will not only provide a map of nearby wi-fi hotspots, but list additional features of the location.

Qipit
Capture written notes

Most newsrooms are equipped with an oft-used whiteboard or make available a printed laundry list of stories to appear in upcoming issue that usually become scribbled with notes. Capture those notes for posterity with Qipit. Using a camera or mobile phone, take a picture of the notes and send it to Qipit, which will in turn clean up the photo and convert the notes into an easier easy to read PDF file.

Time and Date
World clock

The clock on the wall says 5:30, the computer says 5:27 and your cell says 5:32. When time is important, use Time and Date to be sure of the correct time. The site is also useful for determining if your 2 p.m. call from New York isn’t actually a 3 a.m. call in Tokyo.

Learn2Type
Typing tutor

If your typing skills range from competent to less than impressive, Learn2Type is here to help. Users can take an online typing test, print out a typing certificate or find resources to help improve their skills.

Google Calendar
Appointment tracker

Most reporters carry some sort of day planner, whether it be digital or an old school paper version. But if there are already enough gadgets crowding your backpack, consider using Google’s online calendar for keeping tabs on future or past interviews and meetings in one safe place.

Google Translate
Online translator

Translate is another useful Google tool (there are so many) that will help translate foreign text to English and back again in a matter of seconds. There are more than 20 languages to choose from including Spanish, Swedish and Romanian. The service should only be used for reference and not for actual translation as some native idioms will likely not be translated perfectly.

meebo
Instant messaging

With all the instant messaging services out there (Yahoo, AIM, MSN) there is no telling which service the person you need to talk to will have. Rather than flip through several different services on your computer use meebo to log in to all your IM clients in one place. Meebo is also useful for using a computer that does not have any IM clients installed.

I’m always looking for new ways to drive traffic to my site. I’ve found the best way to increase your readership is to publicize like crazy. If you are a Photoshop tutorial writer, you have all sorts of options, but digging through these places can feel like a black hole. Some are a waste of time, yet others will drive insane amounts of traffic your way. Hopefully I can help you sift through the mess, after all, I’ve done enough trial and error on the subject for the both of us.

Below is my attempt to give you the 10 best places to submit your tutorials. I’m sure I’ve missed a few good sites, so if you have any that you’d like to recommend, please let me know by dropping me a comment.

Without further ado, here’s the list

  1. Good Tutorials – Is a well-respected site that has tutorials on all facets of web and graphic design. The Photoshop tutorials are top notch. The return time is really good, they usually review your submission within 24 hours. It is difficult to get your tutorial accepted, but if you do it’s awesome. You’ll get the most page views from this site, and you’ll be in good company. Also the tutorials archive well, and you will get traffic from accepted tutorials for a long period of time.
  2. Pixel2Life – This site offers a similar variety to Good-Tutorials. The turn around time from submission to display is much slower; they general take a couple weeks. The site is easy to navigate and aesthetically pleasing. The page views your get from this site are very good as well. The good news is, most of your tutorials will be accepted on this site.
  3. Tutorialized – Using Good-Tutorials as the benchmark, this site the closest to driving the same amount of traffic. The trouble is, it takes seemingly forever to get your tutorial reviewed and on the site. Once it’s on there you’ll be thankful. This tutorial site is another multi-tasker and covers all aspects of web and graphic design.
  4. Photoshop Roadmap – It’s not the prettiest site on this list, but it’s all about Photoshop (as the name implies) and drives a good deal of traffic your way. The submission to review time is rather short, and most everything is accepted. This site was a nice find for me!
  5. Tutorial Outpost – A simple and effective place to submit your tutorials. A straight forward site, that has enough traffic to make it very much worth your time. The turn around and traffic are both middle of the pack.
  6. FS Tutorials – This site is extremely similar to Tutorial Outpost. Hey, if you combined the two, then we’d really be talking. Either way, it’s a good site to submit to.
  7. PSDtuts – Ok, so they are not truly a Photoshop tutorial submission site. I’d leave them off the list, but they do have a place to submit links. and by simply submitting them to their user community link feed, you will drive as much traffic to your site as most of these other places. They are definitely worth the time.
  8. CG Tutorials – Computer graphics tutorials is not nearly the best site on this list. It’s biggest perk is that you don’t have to sign-up and your submissions go on the home page immediately. It’s a nice quick way to get some views.
  9. Fusion Tutorials – More of the same. A nice clean layout, that will help your stats and hopefully add a few more loyal readers to your blog.
  10. Tutorial Man – This site rounds off our list. They do just enough to be worth your time.

When I finish a tutorial, I’m now in the habit of sending to most, if not all of these sites. They take varying amounts of time from submission to review, so your traffic from them trickles in at a nice consistent rate. Combine these sites with some social sites and your already loyal readers and it’s a nice recipe for success. It’s also nice when sites like Tutorials We Heart and Photoshop Lady find your tutorial and feature it on their site.

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The process of developing a website can be long and tedious, but the end result should be rewarding. As a web designer it’s very easy to spot sites that were well-thought out and others that were not. Throwing something together too quickly without much of a plan leads to a lot of redesigns and mistakes. I’ve narrowed down my design process into five basic categories. This helps me organize my thoughts in order to optimize my work flow. Here’s my 5 steps…

1. Client Interview

I’ve found out the hard way that the interview may very well be the most important step. You need to find out all the information you possibly can about your client and their business. Whether you do this in person, over the phone, or by email it’s important to have a plan. You should have a list of questions you need answered. The less info you get here, the more frustrating the entire process will be for both you and the client.

Danny Outlaw of Outlaw Design Blog provides a fantastic starting point for just such a questionnaire. His Free Resource, Pre-Design Questionnaire can be easily used and tweaked to suit your needs. If you can get your client to completely and truthfully answer these types of questions then you will be well on your way.

I’ve often found the most difficult part of the design process is getting content from the client. It’s a good idea to encourage them to write out their ideas. A lot of times putting pen to paper will help your client gather their thoughts. Also, find out a good deal about pre-existing logos and marketing they’ve done. Is the logo vector format or high enough resolution to use? Do they have colors, or a theme already established that they like? Find out about the company’s goals and direction. Do they want a corporate feel, or a “Mom and Pop” feel? What do they want to get out of having a website? Do they need dynamic content? A content management system? You get the idea; customize a questionnaire like the one from Outlaw Design Blog and you can avoid many of the most common mistakes.

2. Research

You already know more about your clients wants and needs, now it’s time for you to sit down and do your homework. Try to find out as much as you can about the company itself.

Make sure to take a look at their websites. I am by no means suggesting that you copy their site, but merely look for inspiration and direction. You can learn a lot about your client’s needs by looking at what others in the industry have already done.

At this point you should know the client’s likes and dislikes, and you should have a grasp of what their business is all about. You can begin to gather your thoughts and brainstorm how their site will shake out. Which brings us to the next step.

3. Sketch

If you are anything like me then your first inclination is to go right to the computer and start designing. But, if you do that you’ll miss a very important part of the creative process. Sketching and writing out your ideas in a notebook is a great way to let your imagination run wild. People are generally more creative when they are not limited by the constraints of doing it on the computer.

So grab any old notebook and start jotting your ideas down. Then sketch out the actual layout of the design. The good part here is you can write notes as you go and be as messy as you need to be. Afterall, you’ll be the only one seeing this. I prefer to box in the different areas of the site: the header, nav, content, # of columns, footer, etc…

This is a great time to experiment with different layouts and themes. Keep sketching till you have something you like and your ideas begin to really take shape. It’s at that point, you can then fire up the computer.

4. Mock-up

It’s time to bring up the design program you use to mock-up websites. I personally love to use Photoshop, although I’m thinking about switching to Fireworks. It’s during this step that you’ll pull together your sketch and draw it out in one of these programs.

I think it’s important to continue to organize your thoughts. I keep most of the components that will be in different divs in separate layers. I definitely keep in mind how the design will function when I try to put it in code later. You can put real content in the design if you have some already, if not I often use simple dummy text. Firefox has a nifty little plug-in for just that sort of thing, it’s called Dummy Lipsum.

When I’ve got a design that I believe me and the client will like, I save the file as a PDF. Often times I will use different layer comps in Photoshop to show a couple of options to the client.

Next up, I send the file(s) over, usually by email for their review. I fully expect to have some changes and usually write a second mockup into the cost of the design. At any rate, continue this design process until you design something you and the client agree on.

Slice up and optimize any images you will be using for the coding of the site. Then bring up the coding program that works for you.

5. Code

This part of the design process consists of coding and testing your site. I use Dreamweaver to code my sites, but any old text editor will do the trick. I begin writing the CSS and testing out the site as I go.

In order to avoid some of the common pitfalls of the default padding and margins in browsers, it’s a good idea to use some kind of CSS reset. I usually use the one provided by Eric Meyer. Check it out here. I also commonly use PHP scripts that pull data from a MySQL database in my sites. In order to test everything locally I’ve installed a simple WAMP Server. Which is quite the time saver over trying to set that up manually. If you have a Mac or Linux system I’m sure there are similar options.

It’s also key to check your design as you go on many different browsers. Especially IE, which can cause you plenty of issues. Browser Cam provides a nice option for doing this sort of thing. Once you’ve rocked out a nice site, it’s time to take things live.

Buy the hosting, upload everything, then more testing. One of the things that I love to do is to ask someone in my family to surf around the site while I watch. You can learn a lot about usability by watching someone else use the site. If they are fairly computer illiterate, all the better. You really can’t assume that most of the people using the site will have the same amount of computer experience as you. In most cases they won’t. Focus on the areas that need improvement, that get the user lost or confused. Rework the kinks, tweak some things here or there and ask for your clients’ final ok.

That should be about it. Well, at least until more changes or maintenance come your way. The main point to focus on is breaking projects into smaller parts. Projects are much more manageable when they are done within reasonable chunks. It may take longer at first, but in the long run your sites will be done faster and more efficiently.

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As a freelance graphic designer, you will have to wear many different hats from time to time. It can become extremely difficult to juggle all the different tasks thrown at you in a given day. In this post I want to concentrate on five things that will not only increase your productivity, but also your number of clients.

1. Keep Your Office Space Clean

messy-deskDesigners rarely place any importance on office cleanliness, however, it can help immensely with your efficiency. When you know where things are, you waste less time. A dusty and messy desk doesn’t exactly contribute to a good working environment. Staying clean and organized will help keep those creative juices flowing and help you optimize your workflow. One thing is for sure, cleaning takes timehis brings us to number two.

2. Have A Time For Everything

clockAs freelancers, we create our own schedule. This is an asset, when you’re able to manage your time wisely. Unfortunately, for some this is overwhelming and has caused them to miss deadlines, thus damaging their reputation and their brand. To avoid this, schedule the time you need to wake up, start work, clean your office, take lunch and at what time to call it quits. Also, don’t forget to schedule breaks. Whether it’s playing Xbox, taking a walk, a nap or a coffee break, schedule it for no more than thirty minutes. As a side note, doing this doesn’t mean you follow your schedule like a robot; it’s an outline to help you have a more productive day.

3. Blog And Be Blogged

bloggingBlogging serves multiple purposes. Not only does it let you express your feelings and thoughts. It also allows you to share your expertise of the industry; whether that is graphic design or another niche. The reality is that two people can think the same exact thing, but the way YOU present it may help someone that didn’t understand the concept the first time. Also the second part of number three reads, “be blogged”. What does that mean? In short; do something worthy of being written about. Due to technology a lot of clients are obtained by website visits. Suggestions: Guest write for a blog, write a tutorial, create a vector pack, etc. All these efforts will be linked back to your site, therefore, getting your name out to the design community

4. Follow Up Promptly

emailYou should definitely respond to e-mails and phone calls promptly. When I say promptly, I mean no more than twenty-four hours. By being professional from the beginning, you are showing the client how the rest of your working relationship will go. Unfortunately, I have made the mistake in the past of not returning emails promptly and have always felt really embarrassed by it. If you’ve felt this way, channel that embarrassment into resolve that you won’t do it again. If you respond briefly and quickly, your clients will tell their peers how great your service was. Word of mouth can be your greatest form of advertisement, but remember it can also go the other way.

5. Dress the Part

computerIf you are a designer, it should be written all over the clothes you wear. For example, if someone is a dietitian, yet they are overweight, would you want his or her services? No. In the same way, our creativity and sense of style should be reflected by what we wear. If you’re at home working, the rule is different. Wear whatever you want. I know of freelancers that work in their pajamas, but when meeting with clients, dress the part and look sharp.

Conclusion

I hope you found these five tips useful. I invite you to add to the list with your comments. I would also like to inform you that when you comment on blogs, you can link back to your website. If you write something significant, somebody might look you up. Thanks for reading!

We all play games, but not many of us have tried to actually create games. Have you been scared due to all the programming knowledge you think it takes? Well, thanks to the wonders of the web, now there are numerous tools that enable almost anyone to create a video game. You can give it a try using the 20+ tools we gathered!

Flash Based

    sploder.com

AlbinoBlackSheep.com – Hosts lots of games and videos, features tutorials on working with Flash.

FlashKit.com – Numerous tutorials for working with Flash including step-by-step guides for certain types of games.

Kirupa.com – Extensive collection of tutorials for Flash including guides for specific types of games such as shooters.

Lassie Adventure Studio – A 2d creation image with the feel of the old style Lucasarts games.

Sploder.com – Create a Flash game from a wide range of objects and then embed it into your MySpace (MySpace reviews), Blogger (blogger reviews), and more sites.

General Sites & Resources

    YoYoGames

Anim8or.com – A 3d modeling animation system.

byond.com – Create your own games with their tools, host them on the site, let thousands of people play.

GameDiscovery.com – Everything you need to create a game including a pool of ideas submitted by users.

Martin Piecyk’s Website – A guide to learning how to make games with links to numerous resources.

VGMusic.com – A gigantic archive of video game midi files that, after asking permission from the people who made the files, you could possibly use in your own freeware games.

Visionaire2d.net – An engine to make 2d adventure games with no programming language knowledge required.

YoYoGames.com – Provides game making tools, beta testing, downloads, works in progress, a community and more.

RPG Makers

    Eclipse

Charas-Project.net – A character generator for use with RPG Maker.

CrankEye.com – Lots of resources for RPG Maker including character editors, soundfiles and more.

DualSolace.com – Home of the RealFeel 2D MMORPG making software.

FreeMMORPGMaker.com – Home of the Eclipse MMORPG software and also includes many resources for your games such as sprites and sounds.

PhanxGames.com – RPG making resources such as graphics, midis, and wave files. Able to upload games up to 50mb in size.

PlayerWorlds.com – A popular system for crating MMORPGs.

RPG Maker – Home of the series of the RPG Maker series of programs.

RPGCrisis.net – Downloads and tools for various RPG engines.

RPGRevolution.com – Tools and utilities for 13 different game making engines.

Portfolio usually known as your work identity over web or showcase of your works which helps you to get paid.

There are many forms of Portfolio like file/paper based designs or print based designs or web based online designs. Here we talking about web based online portfolio designs which is easy to accessible and convenient to approachable.

Designing of Portfolio is a quite difficult job for an artist as he needs to show his ability of design in it which leads him to get busy with new clients.

There are thousands of online Portfolios around and it’s really hard to select few. Still some designer’s work which however, reaches beyond the simple design work to a piece of art and the result is so wonderful then a regular web design that it made his work memorable.

01. Digital Mash

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

A mash of work from Australian designer, Robyn Morris.

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02. Emotions Live

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

professional portfolio of Mike, a freelance web graphic designer.

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03. Alex Buga

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of good way design-addict Alex Buga, from Bucharest, Romania. The Creative Director of MB Dragan – (True) Interactive Agency

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04. Branded07

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Branded07, Online Web Design Portfolio of Rob Palmer. Creating accessible website design. Using Web Standards.

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05. N.Design Studio

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

N.Design Studio is a design blog and portfolio of Nick La, Toronto based illustrator and web designer. He’s specialize in designing beautiful illustrations and web standard CSS websites.

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06. Taufiq Ridha

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio blog of Taufiq Ridha, Web and Graphic Designer who lives in Jakarta.

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07. Jay Hafling

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of Jay Hafling, twenty four years designer from Ukraine. He is an expert level designer and coder with more than 6 years of experience under hus belt.

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08. Jeff Sarmiento

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of Jeff Sarmiento, a web designer from Toronto, Canada and he enjoy making smoking’ websites. He also work at FreshBooks, an online invoicing and time tracking service that helps people make their billing process easy.

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09. mariusroosendaal

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Design portfolio of Marius Roosendaal, a graphic designer that aims to create vibrant and detailed designs while keeping the web standards and usability aspects in mind.

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10. Pojeta

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Graphic portfolio of Tomas concept, which specializes in the creation of graphic designs web pages, logo, corporate identity, illustrations and other graphic work.

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11. Kulturbanause

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Kulturbanause – Realize your fantasies. Private blog, playground and on-line portfolio of Jonas Hellwig from Dusseldorf, Germany.

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12. Hutch House

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Hutchhouse specialise in designing great digital media solutions for clients of all sizes. Their services include web design, web development, flash design and development, video production and 3D modeling.

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13. Cameron Moll

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of Cameron Moll, a graphic designer with proficiency in website interface layout, UI design, XHTML, CSS, typography, the mobile web, and traditional print design.

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14. Alex Cohaniuc

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Web design and development portfolio of Alexandru Cohaniuc, a web designer from Chisinau, Moldova.

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15. Design Disease

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Design Disease provides cost-effective Web design services focused on usability, accessibility and Web standards.

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16. Adaptd

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of Adaptd, a Web design/development company that creates Custom Webdesign, Business logos, Custom Web Development. They offer Web Design/Development Services for companies, Flash Websites.

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17. Veboo Labs

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Veboo Labs is an experienced team of web designers and developers focused on providing highest quality. They are always on a pursuit to find innovating solutions that can help their clients shine but what is most important to them is to make their website users happy. That is why they believe that usability and accessibility should come first.

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18. Jwhanif

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of Junaid W. Hanif, a freelance Web/UI/Print designer and usability expert from New York. Suvorna is a Brand and registered trademark of Creative edge services LLC, which represents a unique and stylish range of handcrafted beauty tools and other precision instruments.

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19. Dawghouse Design Studio

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Dawghouse Design Studio – The Online Portfolio of JAN, a Web and Graphic Designer

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20. Shannon Moeller

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of Shannon Moeller, a freelance web and graphics dude from the Midwest.

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21. Sursly

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of Tyler Finck, a project + design lead at AWP, a NY creative design agency.

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22. weFunction

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

weFunction.com is a fresh faced Web Development company based in Coventry in the West Midlands. They believe in mixing great design with great functionality to achieve the full potential of any project.

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23. Freshivore

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio and Blog of Vincent Franco, a designer / web developer from Yuba City, California. He develop clean, modern and professional solutions in both print and electronic mediums.

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24. Web Design Beach

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Seo website design, web development, SEO and Flash development company. Graphics design, logo, business cards and flyer design – Web Design Company – San Diego, CA.

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25. Dizzain

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio and work site of DIZZAIN.com, the premiere full-service web design company in New York.

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26. Tim Adler

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

This is the blog, the playground and the portfolio of freelancer & web designer Tim Adler. He has been working as a designer and developer for more than 10 years.

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27. Patagonia Creative

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio and work site of Patagonia Creative. Co, Simple solutions for your complex projects – Web Design & Graphics

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28. Serial Cut

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of Serial Cut, a creative studio established in 1999 by Sergio del Puerto, focused on art direction + graphic design + illustration. Quality design from Madrid, Spain.

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29. Dezinerfolio

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

This is the blog, the playground and the portfolio of freelancer brothers Navdeep & Navin.

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30. Monofactor

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Web and Graphic Design Blog and the portfolio of freelancer designer/Art director Onur Oztaskiran from Turkey.

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31. Dante Style

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Dantestyle.se, Personal portfolio by Daniel Stenberg. Made during his time at Hyper Island Digital Media 09 Stockholm.

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32. Super Lover

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of JUSTIN.M.MALLER. a freelance illustrator and art director based in Melbourne, Australia.

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33. Dote Design

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Domenico Tedone Design, a portfolio of Domenico Tedone, a working freelancing and as digital designer for Conscious Enlightenment LLC in Los Angeles

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34. James Lai Creative

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of James Lai Creative – Professional Design, Usability and Programming.

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35. Galan Design

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Portfolio of Ramiro Galan, a freelance Art Director.

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36. Puneet Sakhuja

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of Puneet Sakhuja, a web designer and a creative enthusiast based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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37. Pikaboo

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Smoking portfolio of Pikaboo, a Brussels based motion graphic studio. With a subtle balance of design, animation and live action, They create commercials, corporate branding, music videos, title sequences, short films, broadcast design and network branding.

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38. Marc Dahmen

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of Marc Anton Dahmen, a working professional from Rotterdam.

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39. Lyndon Wade

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of Lyndon Wade, a NYC based commercial photographer, who shoots for world’s most famous ad agencies.

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40. CSSLayout

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio and web showcase of Winnie, a web designer working in Edmonton, Canada.

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41. Dean Oakley

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Web design and development portfolio of Dean Oakley, a web designer and developer from Gold Coast, Australia

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42. Formrausch

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio and work space of Formrausch.

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43. Nisgia

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

nisgia.com is the online portfolio of John Panagiotou.

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44. Bcandullo

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of Brad Candullo, a 25-year old interactive designer/developer residing in Pearl River, New York.

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45. Fresh01

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

The Blog and Portfolio of Cobus Bester, Freelance Web Designer form South Africa.

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46. 13 Creative

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

The Work space and Portfolio of Jen, founder of 13 Creative, a full service design firm that specializes in producing high-quality, custom invitations, logos, business cards, collateral and packaging that pushes the envelopes, engages the viewer and elicits conversation.

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47. We Bleed Design

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

The portfolio site of Bryan Katzel, a Freelance Web Designer form Sycamore, Illinois.

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48. Odd Web Things

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online Work space and portfolio of Piotr Godek, a web designer, certified project manager (PMP, PRINCE2) and software engineer and founder of OWT (Odd Web Things).

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49. Inside.Nile

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online showcase and portfolio of Nile Studio.

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50. Tanya Merone

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of Tanya Merone, a Graphic Designer based in New York, specializing in User Interface Design and Development.

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51. Okay Dave

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Dave Werner’s creative design portfolio.

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52. Danny Blackman

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online portfolio of Danny Blackman, a 3rd year BA Communications & New Media student at University of Leeds, UK and a freelance designer & developer.

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53. Thibaud

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Thibaud’s portfolio, a freelance CG artist from Belgium.

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54. Hot Meteor

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Online Work Space and portfolio of Hot Meteor, a web, print, and branding specializes group. All of their work is created with the individual user in mind, but operates perfectly under mass consumption.

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55. In Trozo

Inspirational Portfolio Designs

Trozo is a personal portfolio and project by Eduardo Valdivieso.

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56. Foxie

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Online Work Space and portfolio of foxie’s graphic design, a full team of professionals, performing all kinds of works, from idea to prepress, from design layout to programming

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57. Frisk Web

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Frisk Web’s online portfolio.

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58. Kinoz

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Open Space and portfolio of kino aka Andrea Banchini, a freelance graphic designer from Faenza, Italy with A+ blood type :)

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59. Ed Peixoto

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Online portfolio of Eduardo Peixoto Neves, a Brazilian art director/ designer..

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60. You Love Us

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Design portfolio of youlove.us, an exciting new web design company based in Chichester, West Sussex.

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61. Hello Karl

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hellokarl is Charles Kalpakian’s portoflio. Young french designer based in Paris who excel in interior design, object design and 3D.

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62. Volll

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Online portfolio of volll, a small European atelier providing an assortment of online presence, communication and entertainment.

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63. Keithar

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Online WEB space and Design portfolio of Sebastian Witman, a Young web designer based in Tartaczna (Kolbudy).

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64. Studio E-Space

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Online portfolio and personal WEB space of Studio E-Space, specializing in WEB site strategy, build, operate in the main, the Special Planning and production of content, graphic design for the overall paper, shooting interviews, video production.

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65. Seb Design

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Online portfolio of sebdesign.eu, specializing in graphic design & illustration

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66. Simona Munteanu

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Private blog, playground and on-line portfolio of Simona Munteanu.

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67. B.N.Weiss

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Online portfolio & personal WEB space of NYC Designer Benjamin Weiss.

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68. New Concept

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Design portfolio of Szabolcs Bakos, a web and graphic designer from Salgotarjan, Hungary.

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69. Sprawsm

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Online Work Space and portfolio of Superawesome, a small and affordable design firm specialized in visual design for the modern Web.

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70. Squawk Design

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Squawk is the portfolio and weblog of Dominik Lenk, a graphic arts student and freelancer based in Southampton, England.

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71. Jek2k

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Online Work Space and portfolio of Nicolò Volpato, a 25 year-old web designer and Flash developer and founder and creative director of GNV & Partners web design studio based in Rimini, Italy.

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72. JsBox

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Design portfolio of Jay Kwong, a enthusiastic web & graphic designer from Hong Kong.

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73. Luke Larsen

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The online portfolio of Luke Larsen, a web designer dedicated to hand crafted code and unique designs from Salt Lake City, Utah.

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74. David Hellmann

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Online Work Space and portfolio of David Hellmann, a 24 year old young web designer from cologne, Germany.

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75. Rockatee

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Online Work Space and Design portfolio of Maleika Esther Attawel, a thirty-two year old German female web designer and founder of Rockatee, a tiny design studio.

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76. Octwelve

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Personal portfolio and blog of Luc Melgar, a web designer based in the Philippines.

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77. Kev Adamson

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Portfolio and Work Space of Kev Adamson, a freelance award winning web standards web designer, illustrator, animator, graphic / multimedia / print designer based in the Northwest / North West of the UK.

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78. Big Sweater Design

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Big Sweater Design was born around the fourth quarter of 2005. It’s a one-man show, run by Vincent Maglione.

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79. Tvrdek

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Personal portfolio of Jiri Tvrdek, a 26 year old freemind freelance graphic designer based in Prague.

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80. Tony Geer

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Portfolio of Tony Geer, a web designer who currently reading for his Master of Business Administration at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad.

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81. Leigh Taylor

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Online showcase of selected works of Leigh Taylor, a UK based Web designer and Front End Developer.

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82. Matt Dempsey

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Online Portfolio of Matt Dempsey, a freelance web graphics designer from London, England.

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83. Mediocore

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Online Portfolio of David Arazim, a Graphic Designer from Czech Republic.

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84. Thuiven

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Portfolio and Work Space of Thuiven, an Israeli company specializing in giving web design and development services.

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85. Mcjdj

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Texturing and modelling portfolio of Carolina Jesus, A UK based young female Environment Artist.

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86. Injection Design

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Portfolio and Work Space of Chan Karunamuni, founder of Injection Design – a design consultancy.

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87. Colour Pixel

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Colourpixel is the online portfolio of Nag, a Web Designer/Graphic designer from Hyderabad, India specializing in web design, print design, identity design, branding design and user interface design.

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88. Bl:nd

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Portfolio of Blind, a conceptually driven multimedia design studio and full service production company.

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89. Kailoon

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Portfolio and Work Space of kailoon, a web designer from Malaysia.

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90. Ephfx

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Portfolio of a French graphic designer Philippe Mignotte.

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