This first of a two part tutorial series will go through the process of building a simple and stylish portfolio website design. We’ll begin by designing the concept in Photoshop and fleshing out every little detail before cutting up the design and building it all into a working website next week.
Posts from October, 2010
I recently had a whole new central heating system installed in our house. During the works I realised the similarities between our trades – Maybe not so much the physical labour, but the way in which we both deal with clients as single-man businesses. Whether you’re a freelance designer or a plumber, here’s a few tips on how to professionally run your business and result in happy clients at the end of every project.
Noura Yehia (original founder of Noupe.com) has kindly arranged for 3 lucky Line25 readers to get their hands on the latest bundle of goodies from BundleHunt, absolutely free! BundleHunt is currently on its second treasure giveaway with the resources this time around tallying up to $2000. The bundle is on sale at just $50, but read on to find out how you could be in with a chance of getting it for free.
The use of texture is one of the important principles of good design, and the use of subtle textures is becoming more and more popular in the world of web design. These textures help give a tactile and realistic feel to the interface, which can help a website seem more familiar with things we come across in the real world. Here’s an inspirational showcase of 30 websites that have an excellent use of subtle texture in their design.