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Wireframe Showcase - Home

In design, wireframes are useful because they help put the focus on important structuring issues before considering detail-oriented challenges. Wireframe Showcase is a site based on wireframes showing how designers transformed mock-ups into working designs. There is a short explanation of each piece and a chance to provide feedback or ask the designer questions through a comment form. Most of the websites grew out of digital mock-ups, which have the advantage of being easy to tweak and rearrange. The result is a pleasing and informative collection of wireframes.

Wed, 18/08/2010 - 08:26


30 of the Best Web Typography Resources Online | Webdesigner Depot

There are tools for creating unique typography, references and articles that can teach you typographic principles, and plenty of inspiration and news to keep you updated on the state of web typography.

Wed, 16/06/2010 - 10:01


Well-Placed Pixels

a growing showcase of nice iPhone app interfaces. The screenshot collection gives you an overview of design apps on the market. The look of every app is visually appealing and simply beautiful.

Thu, 06/05/2010 - 08:43


CMS Showcase: 31 Remarkable Drupal Powered Websites

For those scratching their heads wondering what Drupal is, it’s an open-source (i.e. free) content management system that’s flexible and feature-packed. Over the last couple of years or so, it’s taken off as the go-to platform to run websites that require a lot of community and content management features. From personal blogs and brochure sites, to fully-featured social networking sites, portals, news sites, and e-commerce websites, Drupal has proven itself as the most robust platform currently available in the content management system market.

This article showcases 31 websites that run on Drupal.

Fri, 26/02/2010 - 13:54


BBC - BBC Internet Blog: A new global visual language for the BBC's ...

The BBC website began its official life back in December 1997 with this very simple design. It was a basic offering with two sections to the site. Over time it has grown to encompass a great deal more. However due to the organic way in which the website evolved and the old structure of the business, with dozens of small design teams working independently of each other, the site had a fairly schizophrenic nature once you delved into its depths.

Fri, 19/02/2010 - 13:35


40 Awesome Websites with Big Backgrounds

40 Awesome Websites with Big Backgrounds

Thu, 14/01/2010 - 09:28