Web Design Posts

Photographer Mayan Toledano Captures Daily Routines Of Female Israeli Soldiers

Israeli-born, New York-based photographer Mayan Toledano captured moments in the daily lives of young female Israeli soldiers in a series that explores personal identities behind uniforms. In the following paragraphs, the photographer – who herself served as a soldier – shares her story behind the project: “Being born and raised in Israel but based in NYC I wanted to go back and portray the realities of young teenagers going into mandatory service, regardless of their political views or opinions. We…

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Proverbs Typographic Project Michael Masinga

We have seen some pretty awesome projects here featuring religious matters, such as the Bible books posters by Jim LePage, and we find super great when designers get to translate to design their beliefs. Michael Masinga, a South African designer, came up with these great typographic posters featuring Proverbs from the Bible. Of course there are plenty of views out there, but the Proverbs have some pretty great thoughts about life and spirituality worth sharing. These are only a handful…

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40 Branding Ideas for Startups All Over The World

Some people think entrepreneurship is easy, but they cannot be any further from the truth. Many entrepreneurs struggle and work very hard to get their startup going and most of the time, what appears to be an overnight success, actually implies lots of years of hard work with multiple ups and downs. When developing branding for startups, one must take into account that a brand strategy should reflect the client’s positioning statement. The marketplace is a crowded…

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Facebook’s nerds bested by Japan’s in the race to train AI

Facebook this summer announced a breakthrough in neural network training. Its researchers were able to fully train an image processing AI in one hour, using 256 GPUs. Not to be outdone a group of university researchers did it in 32 minutes with 1600 Skylake processors. And a week later a team in Japan did it in 15 minutes. This is why we call it an AI race. The process of training a neural network is exactly how you’re picturing it.…

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Dreamy Nighttime Country Side & City Scenes Bathed In Neon By Photographer Elsa Bleda

Photographer Elsa Bleda (previously featured) captures hazy moments that linger on the outskirts of the cities she visits in Eastern Europe and South Africa. Bleda is drawn to nighttime scenes bathed in colored light, such as a flock of pigeons illuminated by pink neon, or a lone gas station emitting an eerie blue glow. The images she chooses to shoot also have a limited human presence, which gives a dystopian feeling to the work’s empty streets and snow-covered buildings. More…

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How To Land Freelance Work With Social Media

No ratings yet. Social media is a wonderful way of sharing pictures of cute cats, vacation snaps and having a group moan about politics. It’s also an excellent medium for accessing your market – if approached correctly. We have a wide variety of social networks available to us – Facebook and Twitter are the most obvious. LinkedIn is a useful place to network with other professionals, while Instagram and Pinterest offer an excellent shop window without having physical premises. Each…

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How Can a Web Designer Find Inspiration?

Web design is a very interesting job, because a skillful and beautiful website can be called art. Web design is a true creative process that requires constant inspiration, renewal of ideas and many creative thoughts. Unfortunately, the designer is often pressured by the lack of time and personal vision of the customer, which does not allow the web designer to create to the fullest. After a long time, creating even one project requires a breath of fresh air; you just…

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Embracing the Peculiar iPhone X Notch

A few days ago Apple announced their new lineup of phones including the widely expected and leaked iPhone X. There was nothing new due to the huge amount of leaks and prototypes that were being reviewed months before and the biggest thing about the new phone is the screen. It pretty much takes the whole front face of the phone but has a very distinct cutout at the top to case the cameras and sensors, the iconic and weird, iPhone X…

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Cryptocurrency startup Confido pulls exit scam after raising $375K in ICO

It seems yet another fledgling cryptocurrency startup has pulled a Houdini. Distressed traders are flocking to Reddit to warn fellow cryptoenthusiasts that up-and-coming startup Confido, which recently raised $374,477 in an ICO, has vanished out of thin air. The company, which promised to bring a new decentralized trustless payment solution for online shopping, has suddenly taken down its website. Coincidentally, yesterday Confido suffered a 90-percent drop in value after informing investors a legal issue will halt development of the project indefinitely.…

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This Creative Duo Pays Tribute To Afro Hairstyles For Little Girls

With their series entitled Afro Art, the couple of photographers Regis and Kahran, aka CreativeSoul Photo and based in Atlanta, decided to pay tribute to the art of afro hairstyle. With beautiful portraits of little girls, mixing baroque and steampunk inspirations, this series of photographs wants to bring to children of color a positive image that looks like them, too often absent in the media. A great invitation to love their unique differences and to assume their beauty. More info:…

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