As a long time partner of Authentic Jobs it's my great pleasure to announce the new design
. It's a preview for now as it's a significant departure from the previous design, which were much more realign than redesign
. This version is both realign and redesign — an iterative evolution of a decade-old product and a complete design & code overhaul. Here's a small look into the design process…
Yes you read that right I'm working on version 4.0 of my blog :) Long overdue I know. Strictly speaking there should have been a 3.5 version in 2012 but that one was never released. If you are curious how that would have looked like you can find out after the jump.
Last weekend I decided to do another Skillshare class. This one has also been on my 'todo' list for a while Lettering for Designers: One Drop Cap Letterform at a Time
by the very talented letterer and illustrator Jessica Hische
. Just like last time, I had so much fun and most of all I learned a few things too. When Jessica talked about the power of the Pen tool, and shared her opinion about how and when to use, and to learn to master this tool… well I was constantly nodding my head all the time (well, sort of speak). She is so right. This class has tons of good advice about using the Pen tool and about lettering of course .
One of the projects I worked on a couple of months ago is a complete redesign of the CarenZorgt
website, a Dutch website for people who receive care or care for someone. It is an online application that lets you organise care, share info, make notes, plan tasks etc. and connect with a care provider to follow the medical dossier. This project included the complete redesign of the site, including a set of icons, the registration wizard pages, and all the illustrations.
In May 2011 I wrote about the design process
of the cover of the Adaptive Web Design
book I created for Aaron Gustafson. I reviewed
that book a few months later. More after the jump.
Ladies and gentlemen may I have you attention please! Here are the nine people who have won a copy of Paul Boag's book 'Digital Adaptation
'. Thanks for participating and for those that didn't win now, I'm sure I'll do another book giveaway in the future.
I had this little book by Dan Cederholm
laying around for quite some time. I’ve bought it as a reference for when I would try to get my head around Sass
. Now I finally managed to write the review. Let’s get right into it.
Did you also had fun creating the cityscape illustration? Well, I got good news for you. I thought with Summer at full swing, why don’t I create a beach illustration. So here is an other extended tutorial for you. This is a detailed step-by-step tutorial on how to create a very simple 2D composition of a beachball, an umbrella, bucket with shovel, blue sky, tiny clouds and a sandy beach…