It’s been a quiet year so far for Free Fonts but DesignBeep bring together fonts which are all released or updated in 2011. It’s a tasty collection with some outstanding fonts that you’re sure to want.
More and more smaller companies opt for a blogging platform to build their websites, especially because it doesn’t take too much IT knowledge to deal with. Designmodo share some tips on how to choose the perfect WordPress theme for a business website.
TripwireMagazine showcases free, cool, and elegant Magento themes to meet every online store owner’s taste and target goals. You can also use this either as an inspiration for the themes that you will be working on, or as foundation for the themes that you will customize.
DzineBlog looks at some excellent examples of retro-style illustration: those belonging to Dan Page. He is an illustrator who has managed to combine the simple, descriptive graphics of the retro style with illustration concepts that span from surrealism to extremely intelligent puns. I seriously cannot get enough of this dude, his work is simply amazing.
This tutorial is part of a 25-part video series by PsdTutsPlus demonstrating everything you will need to know to start working in Photoshop. Today’s tutorial, Part 20: Depth of Field is What You Need – Basix will explain Gaussian blur as a smart filter to simulate shallow focus. Make sure you check the previous tutorials.
Erica Schoonmaker has discovered a secret to cohesive color schemes, and reveals all on her Dribbble website. This is an intelligent approach to making aesthetic decisions that you must try. Bravo Erica!
This weeks logo combination at SdwHaven was suggested by a reader and consists of logos that use leaves in their design. Keep an eye on this website, it rocks!
Abduzeedo features Pan & Peter Recetas Ilustradas, a new blog that comes up with delicious recipes and then present them in awesome, cute illustrations. These are truly great, simple recipes and you should really check them out often for more of these illustrations.