Useful tutorial for creating Web Style guides

Courtesy of WebDesign Tuts+ Style guides have been around for quite a while now. Even before the days of the web, companies often needed to create consistent and unified visuals for their brand. This was and still is achieved through the use of brand or identity guidelines. Such guidelines are usually set out in a … Continue reading Useful tutorial for creating Web Style guides

The Good Man – Experimental CSS Site

The Good Man is an experimental CSS3 animation project created by Pedro Ivo Hudson. It's a visual transcription of a narrative, created with HTML elements and animated with CSS3, using only web fonts (served by Google Web Fonts) and shapes so that it's as scalable as possible. It was created as a graduation project in … Continue reading The Good Man – Experimental CSS Site

New My Space…

Remember the days when 'My Space' was the king of Social Network sites, before Mark Zuckerberg invented Facebook and stole its crown. Admittedly by then it was a mish-mash of animated gifs and bad personalisation from its users but its gone back to the drawing board, stripped everything back and redesigned itself. And I actually … Continue reading New My Space…

Useful resource for Android GUI’s

Quite often in my job we do mockups for mobile Apps. There are loads of PSD and vector resources for Apple products all highly rendered and polished but there aren't that many for Android devices. Found this link today which has proved really helpful for a project am working on. Thanks to Speckyboy Design Magazine … Continue reading Useful resource for Android GUI’s

Channel 4’s Paralympic Advert…

Channel 4 trailed their 90 second trailer advert for the Paralympic games last night. It was certainly quite epic, not only covering the athletes amazing abilities but also a nod to what some of them may have been through to get to where they are now. I thought it was awesome and extremely well made... You … Continue reading Channel 4’s Paralympic Advert…

BBC London 2012 Olympics trail

The new animated preview of the BBC's Olympics title sequences. Lots of mixed reviews. Some people are saying its like the Incredibles sports day, others are saying they should have used real athletes footage but what would be different about that compared to any other standard sports title sequences? I think its ace! 🙂 BBC London 2012 Olympic Trail … Continue reading BBC London 2012 Olympics trail