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This site is providing high-quality tutorials for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Here tutorials are easy to follow and will teach you every little detail you need to know to become a respected designer in the community.

This site is primarily for Graphic Designers, Web Designers and Photographers. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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Wow! Another year has come and gone. 2010 is coming to an end and 2011 is quickly approaching. 2010 was a great year for Psdtuts. Sure, we had some ups and downs but we managed to finish strong with a few of the strongest months we’ve ever had in terms of traffic. We published a lot of content in 2010 so I decided to go through the archives to find some of my favorite tutorials from 2010; choosing only 1 tutorial from each month, and share them with you here. What I found were some awesome lessons on matte painting, drawing, typography, and layout. Please take a moment to review some of my favorite tutorials from 2010 and feel free to share your favorites in the comments. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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Photoshop is the great tool for the designer and mostly designers look for the PSD files that they can use in their designs. So we decided to collect some of the best PSD files which were created in 2010.

Below are 40 high quality free PSD files from 2010 including web elements, graphic elements, iPhone, iPad, Cover, logo, buttons, web layout, icons and many more. These files are for all skill levels, whether you’re new to Photoshop or a seasoned pro. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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Here you can see i bunch of New Logos which is design by great designer and See upcoming of New Concept of Logo of popular company's. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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Web access is important these days, no matter where you are. Your customers’ ability to access your website at their convenience is vital. Making your website user-friendly on a computer is one thing; making it available on a mobile platform is another.

The mobile Internet is the next battleground for developers and designers and should be seriously considered by advertisers. Your regular website won’t cut it on mobile phones. Making your website accessible on a mobile network does require a little extra work. If you do this work now, proactively, you’ll have a leg up on this growing trend.

In this article, we’ll look at basic techniques you can employ to make your mobile website work well.

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Movie posters are known for a brief introduction of what the movie all about. Every movie has a poster for its publicity and marketing purpose. Now over the past few years, we’ve continuously seen a boom of posters and DVD covers continuing to appropriate the style.

A good poster is a very easy job for an regular artist but a creative poster takes a lot amount of time and thinking for one or more group of artists which however, reaches beyond the simple advertisement work to a piece of art and the outcome is so wonderful then a regular movie poster that it made movie memorable. Still there are exceptions in which movie rating was really low but the posters are really inspirational.

In the Presentation below, we collected Creative Cinematic Poster Arts that fairly creative and dare to be different, all from 2010 films.

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Photography can serve as a nice source of inspiration. We designers, can derive inspiration from almost everything around, and this collection can fulfills your Bokeh Photography Inspiration related needs as the creativity in shooting photos is somewhat hot trend now days. We can promise you that when you start browsing them farther in details it will surely refresh your memory. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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Are you looking for ideas to design a portfolio site? Maybe all you need is a single-page site? Single-page design works if you don’t have much content, but just want to showcase your work. It can save time and cost because you don’t need to build the CMS and templates. In other words, it’s perfect for the non-coders. Here are 30+ single-page portfolio sites with exceptional design and implementation. Hopefully, they can give you some inspiration. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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Single-page websites are becoming more popular among web designers, both for their own projects and for client sites. There are a lot of cases out there in which a single-page site makes a lot of sense: if there isn’t a ton of content; if the content is all closely related; or in cases where a particular stylistic element works best on a single page. In any case, single-page sites are cropping up all over the place. But figure out when to use a one-page design and the best way to go about creating one is still a challenge for many. While a lot of general web design best practices apply to single-page sites just as they apply to more complex sites, there are some special considerations, which we’ve included below.You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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Is a One-Page Site Right for Your Project?

Single page websites seem to be particularly popular among designers. But that doesn’t mean those are the only sites they’re appropriate for. Other places we’ve seen them include app websites and websites for particular products (like books). So how do you decide if a one-page site will meet your needs?

Try asking yourself these questions:

  • Do I have a lot of content?
    Content-rich sites are probably not the best fit for a single-page site. If you have more than a dozen pages worth of information, you’re probably better off with a more traditional, multi-page structure.
  • Am I trying to sell a specific product?
    A single page website can be a great solution for selling one product, like a book, website theme, or similar.
  • Are you comfortable with Ajax and JavaScript?
    A very large number of single-page sites use Ajax and JS for navigation and other elements. It’s a very valuable way of creating an uncluttered site that still contains a fair amount of content.
  • Is my content all related?
    Trying to put a bunch of unrelated content on a single page is likely just going to confuse your visitor. If you have a bunch of unrelated pages, they’re probably best left as separate pages

1. Minimal Content
When designing a single-page website, limiting the amount of content is important. First of all, rememeber that all your content needs to load at one time (unless you’re using Ajax, but even then there’s sometimes a fair amount of content to load at once). Also, if you want to use transitions between your content areas, they often work better when there isn’t a huge amount of content to cover between sections that aren’t bordering each other.

Five or six separate content areas seem to be about the norm on many single-page sites. Some sites limit it to only two or three, even. It’s rare to see a site with more than ten different content areas on a single page.


2. Consider Horizontal Scrolling

Not all horizontally-scrolling websites are single page sites. But a fair number of them are, and it’s an interesting way to break out of the standard single-page box.

Horizontal scrolling can also work better if you have more content. Combining a horizontal layout with JavaScript can also facilitate larger amounts of content without overwhelming the visitor.


3. Consider Screen Size

With a single-page site, you may want to consider the visible area your visitors likely see within their browser. Crafting your pages to fit comfortably within that space can minimize scrolling while viewing individual sections. This can be particularly important if the transitions between areas are important to you. Once a visitor starts scrolling, they may just keep scrolling rather than using your navigation links.


4. Clearly Set Apart Each Section

Most visitors to your site are going to be used to loading a new page for new content. If you squish all the content on your single-page site too close together, they may not see the transitions from one section the next.

There are a variety of ways to differentiate between sections. Using a header for each content area is one way. Some sites use an actual line to separate different areas. And still other sites use ample amounts of white space to set areas apart from one another.


5. Take Advantage of a Bigger Background

Big backgrounds are popular in all kinds of website design, but single page designs open up new possibilities for large backgrounds. Many designers take advantage of large background images as a way to set apart their content areas while maintaining a unified look to the entire site.

For example, some sites might have a scene in the background that starts with a sky at the top with one content area, then further down they have a ground-level scene with another content area, and at the bottom they have an underwater scene with yet another content area. The possibilities with this kind of site are almost endless.


6. Use JavaScript and Ajax to Organize and Display Content

If you have a bit more content to display but still want to stick to a single page design, consider using JS and Ajax to hide some content while others is displayed.

Slideshows are the most popular techniques for incorporating JS, but modal windows and other methods are also us

In Review…

One-page websites can be a fun and different way to design a site, whether it’s your own personal site or for a client. Consider ways to differentiate your one-page site that might not work as well on a multi-page site. Things like big background images or certain Ajax techniques work really well on one-page sites and have a bigger impact than they do on more complex sites.

Here’s a quick run-down of the best-practices mentioned above:

  1. Minimal content. There’s only room for so much content on a single page.
  2. Consider horizontal scrolling. While not all horizontal-scrolling websites are single pages, it’s a format that lends itself well to the one-page format.
  3. Consider screen size. Creating content areas that fit within a visitor’s screen without requiring scrolling is common in single-page sites.
  4. Clearly set apart each section. You don’t have the convention of separate pages for different content, so you need to figure out another way to delineate content areas.
  5. Take advantage of bigger backgrounds. Single page sites are often longer or larger than other pages, giving more opportunities for creative use of big backgrounds.
  6. Use JavaScript and Ajax. Organizing a lot of content on a single page can be enhanced if you use Ajax or JS techniques like modal windows, tooltips and sliders.
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Following one of the Web Design Trends for 2010 – One Page Layouts, I made this selection of some really cool examples to inspire you. I really think that designing a single page website is great to challenge your creativity, your ‘go straight to the point’ skills and your capacity to put everything you need in a single page and in a way that will get the user attention and interest. Here you will see some colorful sites, minimalist ones and amazingly creative ones. And you will also get the chance to scroll all over the place with others… so enjoy the list and choose your favorite. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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For this Sites of the Week we have selected some great sites such as FHOKE and Teixidó. Also we're featuring the new Versions website and much, much more! As usual we would love to hear from you, keep sending your suggestions to us and we will be more than happy to feature your site. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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Very true! That highly depends on the task though. You usually work in a team and an effect goes through many hands. I can get, at times, a mind-numbing “haha”. That's why I personally like a good mix of film and commercial work. Sure it's great to JUST work on blockbusters, but commercial work is very refreshing at times! Tasks are shorter, deadlines quicker, less iterations until a director is pleased. The same goes for music videos and game cinematics. Faster pace, quicker turn over. In commercials it doesn't have to look 101% real...you can get away with a lot more due to the shorter deadlines and tighter budget as well. It is the last 10% of realism that takes 40% of the time! Tweaking it, noodling settings. People always want fast, cheap, cutting edge. That is a quality triangle. You can give comment, Reviews or mail me at artistideablogspot@gmail.com Here you can also mail your work for add you work on this blog and our WebSite http://artistidea.co.cc
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