Posts Tagged ‘design’

Inspiration: 30 Web Designs with Beautiful Typography

Inspiration: 30 Web Designs with Beautiful Typography

By Jacob Gube Font choice, letter-spacing (tracking), line height, foreground/background colors, size, style — all of these oftentimes disparate attributes must work together cohesively in order to produce typographic compositions that are harmonious and viewed by its audiences with resilient assiduity. For your visual inspiration, here are websites that exhibit skillfully composed typography. via Inspiration: […]



50 Stunning 3D Car Renders | Noupe Design Blog

50 Stunning 3D Car Renders | Noupe Design Blog

Computer graphics has become truly remarkable about re-creating and illustrating reality. And while most artists still face major obstacles when it comes to rendering organic material, there’s a small subset of 3D images that have been scratching perfection for many years now: 3D vehicle renders. There are so many realistic and beautiful artworks, and if […]


Design

Not just function but also DESIGN. It’s no longer sufficient to create a product, a service, an experience, or a lifestyle that’s merely functional. Today it’s economically crucial and personally rewarding to create something that is also beautiful, whimsical, or emotionally engaging.


blogJAM! Portfolio | Miss Texas 2010 Webcast

blogJAM! Portfolio | Miss Texas 2010 Webcast

We had the pleasure of sending out the only broadcast of the Miss Texas and Miss Teen Texas 2010 Pageant. http://www.misstexaswebcast.com/ Would you like to discus an upcoming project with us? Drop us a line!


blogJAM! Portfolio | Victory Medical Center Website

blogJAM! Portfolio | Victory Medical Center Website

One of our recent projects for Victory Medical Center in Austin, TX. http://www.victorymed.com Features: Developed in DotNetNuke Multiple portals for the varied departments Tiered security and content management All content can be edited and altered via a browser Would you like to discus an upcoming project with us? Drop us a line!