Category 'Art & Design'


MySpace Gets A New Design

September 24, 2012 | Under Art & Design, Social Media | Posted by | No Comments

A teaser for the new MySpace just popped up on the internet today. If you don’t remember, Justin Timberlake and Specific Media purchased MySpace in 2011 for $35 million with plans to revive the dead social media network. “We’re hard at work building the new Myspace, entirely from scratch. But we’re staying true to our…

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Ever since the new Twitter design rolled out, I immediately wasn’t a fan of it. Here are my 5 reasons why I don’t like the new Twitter. 1. Promotional Tweets The two column switch – profile, tweet box, and trending topics on the left-hand side and timeline on the right. I believe the reason for…

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Ever worked on a mock-up layout for a site but needed a faux logo? Sometimes I find that using an actual logo in place will help me see the various ways a layout could look like. Today, we will be creating a quick and simple logo placeholder for your mock-up. Since this logo won’t be…

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I’m sure that a lot of you have probably forgotten about Apple’s iCards app. With all the news coming in this week and the unfortunate passing of Steve Jobs. iCards was announced this week and actually uses something called the Postal Service to send (brace for it) messages and images through a physical sense of…

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Screwing expensive things into tiny threads is tedious—especially when you’re a photographer depending on speed. So why bother screwing filters on when you can employ the mystical powers of magnets? Snap on, snap off—no more screwing, ever. The Xume system does require some labor up front: you need to install a magnetic adapter for each…

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