Anamorphic typography is an illusion where the type looks just right when viewed from the exact right spot, but it looks stretch and warped when viewed from anywhere. Most commonly seen in corridors, doorways or open rooms, the type is plastered or painted down the walls and other surfaces at distorted angles. This makes the type pretty much unreadable, until that is, you are positioned in exactly the right place, then the type reads as if it was on a piece of invisible paper right in front of your face.... Read The Rest →
Hero image is a large area at the top of the screen that is usually full width, and gives the reader an idea of what the printed website is all about. Hero areas can be a slide show or a static image, and they come in varying shapes, sizes and designs. Even when the hero image is static, it can powerfully invest the user with a particular notion or image that they will take with them as they enter the site. So check out these 20 amazing examples of using... Read The Rest →
Since there is a lot of possible ways Apple Watch can be used to improve people’s life and make things easier, more and more apps have their own Watch app extension. So if you are planning designing an app for the Apple Watch then here are some Apple watch UI design concepts for inspiration and resources that will come in handy.
Sometimes you just need a little creative pick-me-up. A place to get lost in someone’s experiments and sketches. And a place to inspire your own. Here are 26 inspiring typography sketchbooks that will serve as a source of inspiration for those who are into typography or looking for creative typography ideas. I hope that this post inspires you to crack open your own journal and play around with your handwriting.
Swiss style can be seen in many applications but most notably in the form of advertising, catalog design and web design. Swiss graphic design style doesn’t apply excessive elements of texture or illustration. Instead, it manipulates typography and layout techniques to create memorable and impressive designs. In the modern world of web and graphics design, there are so many ideas and styles to choose from, but if you want to produce a clear, uniform and powerful design, Swiss graphic design style may be your best option.
Wayfinding and signage design will help people determine their location, determine their destination, figure out how best to get there, know when they’ve arrived, and, importantly, find their way back. They can easy be spotted in hallways or in lobby’s. Most of wayfinding signage uses navigational arrows and gives directions on how to get from one location to a destination. Maps are often used as references. So here are 21 stunning examples of environmental graphic design genre.