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Typography and minimalism: let’s design a simple and nice layout



One of the most common perplexities that I’ve heard saying regarding the typographic style is: yes, it’s fine, cute, creative… but it’s not a style suitable for a company site, corporate, no indeed.

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Sketch and doodles for an original and creative (web)design



There are those who keep calling them “scribbles” failing to recognize that often, behind some doodles and designs seemingly meaningless, lies a downright art. That’s what practically the “doodles” are: designs strictly made by hand. Elaborate complex figures, small caricatures, exclamation marks, darts, calligraphic fonts in “charcoal” style: the sort of images which are born, almost by chance, when you are inattentively playing with a pencil.

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Portfolio? No,VCard: when doing things “small” is better


 Those who saw the film “American Psycho”  surely remember the part full of pathos where Patrick Bateman and other daddy’s boys  show off their business card just to boast in an elegant way-    maniacally,  if you permit- their social status: headed letters, monograms, glossy paper, cream colored … an endless series of classy details to be evaluated  for and for which to be feel  above the others.

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How to embed twitter in your site?


In internet there are dozens of plugins (not easy to mod) that let you embed your tweets in your web site, by the way today we are going to use the APIs given by Twitter: they are HTML and Javascript based.


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Gold section and web design: how to use it and why


People often talk about it as something fascinating and elusive that is still  struggling to shape up in our minds of web designers in a practical concept: I’m talking about the gold section, that special number that, like an urban legend never contradicted, seems to be the holder of intrinsic and great abilities.

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Thoughts on Developing A Design Concept


A good design begins with a good design concept. You’re trying to solve a problem and your concept will lead the way and give you direction for your design decisions. How do you form a concept? What questions do you need to ask in order to develop one? How does your concept become the roadmap for your design?

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