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Designer of the week - 12/05/2014:

Amy Joycey    |    http://amyjoycey.com

Amy is a graphic designer based in Montreal, Quebec - Canada. She is focused on graphic design, print design, illustration and web design.

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Omega WordPress Theme

Omega is a great full screen WordPress theme for company websites, portfolios, and personal blogs.

Get more information about the Omega WordPress theme on WE AND THE COLOR or buy this theme on ThemeForest.

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Web Design Wednesday - 05/02/2014:

Link 1   |   Link 2   |   Link 3   |   Link 4   |   Link 5

Web Design Wednesday - each Wednesday TDB features interesting and awesomely-designed websites. If you know any nice website or you have one - feel free to share it!

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Webydo    |    http://webydo.com

“Webydo is a community led cloud platform for web designers, with over 81,000 designers worldwide. Webydo’s sophisticated cloud software allows professional designers to create and manage responsive pixel-perfect business websites without writing code.”

Webydo is a revolutionary web design cloud software that brings stunning freshness, addictive ease of use and astounding feature rich design to the entire process of website creation and renders present web design players archaic. Webydo is transforming web design, serving a set in its way industry with a long overdue wake up call. 

With Webydo designers can create professional pixel perfect websites for their clients without writing code. Designers can therefore focus on the creative side, while Webydo’s code generator automatically converts their graphic design into HTML code updated to the latest industry standards, cross-platform and optimized for search engines and with a built-in content management system (CMS) for their clients. 

Webydo provides a sophisticated technology. But the work flow is very intuitive using familiar graphic design features found in other professional design studios such as ‘Adobe Photoshop’ or ‘Indesign’. This is the reason why Webydo’s online software is so simple to use. Webydo was made for designers. If you know how to Photoshop, you’ll know how to Webydo your sites.

If you’re interested in Webydo, try their 30 days free trial or choose a plan that best fits your needs.

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Dribbble shots of the week - 09/11/2014

Dribbble is a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design. What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers answering that question each day. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share small screenshots (shots) that show their work, process, and current projects.

Every Sunday TDB features favorite shots from random Dribbble profiles. Feel free to share your Dribbble profile here.

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「ユリ!!! On ICE 」inspired layout.


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Dribbble: Shots of the week - 19/01/2014

Dribbble is a place to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design. What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers answering that question each day. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share small screenshots (shots) that show their work, process, and current projects.

Every Sunday we feature our favorite shots from random Dribbble profiles. Feel free to share your Dribbble profile here.

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Hatch Inc.   |    http://hatchinc.co

“We were approached by Future Collective to give their company a unified identity including a new logo mark to represent them, as well as an online presence to showcase and promote their existing body of work.”

Hatch Inc. are an independent design studio based in the outer reaches of London. We approach each project with fresh insight and attention to detail to produce clear and effective design solutions. We use a combination of forward-thinking design, minimal aesthetics and thoughtful planning to construct solutions that connect with people. We are ideally situated to reach a wide range of clients in both London and the South East, as well as working with international clients. There are no limits to where our work can take us.

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Zen Themes Site Relaunch 3.0

Last Tuesday, our partner site Zen Themes relaunched with a completely new logo, branding, and website. Zen Themes is one of the leading free Tumblr theme providers. Started in 2013, Zen Themes has continuously released incredible and intuitive designs of theme templates parallel with robust coding.

The owner, Jen Yuan, explained that with the relaunch, Zen Themes sets out with a new direction, to promote the idea that web design has the same creative capacity as fashion, films, music, and any other forms of art.

To take the idea into effect, with it’s new theme release Level, Jen explored the theory of the level system of art, while incorporating inspirations from what he experienced during his first long­term stay in New York City. And with his most current theme ­ Pation, he incorporated the idea that every opinion we have is subjective and biased. Each and every one of us will see the same thing from a different angle due to our own backgrounds and life experiences, which is the inspiration behind the randomly generated grid layout.

Take a look at the freshly redesigned site here, find the collection of Tumblr themes here, and follow along the progress of Zen Themes on the blog.