Posts tagged with Inspiration

  • 2016 Mar

    Web Ethics

    Once again Start Your Shift brought me another puzzling topic to write about: Web Ethics. My take on it is about privacy.
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  • 2016 Feb

    Thoughts on Front-end Tooling

    Being a front-end developer means keeping up with current trends. It doesn’t mean you have to master them all, however you are expected to know what’s available. It’s a tough job. Continue reading

  • 2016 Feb

    Compromise – Balancing Project Needs with Internal Ideals

    Every new project is a new opportunity. It’s when you use your past experience and have the chance to build something better than you did some weeks ago. It’s also the time to use what you learned recently, that new approach that can optimise your solution. Or even that framework that everybody is talking about. Or, is it? Continue reading

  • 2016 Jan

    How to Make the Web Better

    My experience started with a friend sharing his dial up connection and teaching me how to browse the web. Soon, I had access of my own and could explore and discover the web by myself. Continue reading

  • 2009 Aug

    15 Amazing Beer Bottle Designs

    From all the different fields of print design the one that always gets my attention is the beer bottles design. It’s a saturated market and all brands want to attract their consumers. To stand out from other packages in the shelf, the design has to be very creative. Here I’ve made a selection of 15 beer bottles, labels and packaging design that will inspire you to design outside the box and make your work stand out. Cheers! Continue reading

  • 2009 Aug

    Great Websites for Vintage Resources & Inspiration

    Vintage – or Retro – design is the style that uses techniques, colours or shapes used in the past. I am a big fan of this style and in this post I am going to point out some of the best websites to find great vintage material – from illustrations and photos to tutorials and resources. Continue reading