Whenever it comes to flawless design, Apple always has its thumbs up. Right from being the pioneer of modern computers, with the Macintosh; to the leader in the phone industry, with the iPhone; Apple has created wonders of the gadget world, or rather engineering marvels. This has inspired artists to design their own version of Apple products to show their love towards their favorite “Star”. It also happens that Apple are on the verge of releasing the most awaited Tablet, somewhere in the early 2010. A great wave of excitement is sweeping across all Apple fans as they await for the official launch of the Apple Tablet.
It’s that time of month again! Time to change your wallpaper to something new and exciting. I have always found that by updating my wallpaper on a monthly (and sometimes weekly) basis, it gives me a sense of being in a new work space thereby motivating me to get my day to day tasks done easier. I have come up with a huge collection of Apple inspired wallpapers for you to choose from to refresh your office space. I hope this will help you to being more productive in your daily life. Enjoy!
Whenever Apple comes up with a new product, they also make sure that new dimensions of creativity is also enlightened upon us. It is such a pleasure to design wallpapers relating to Apple products. In this tutorial, we will be doing the Mac OS X (Leopard) campaign wallpaper which was introduced at the WWDC 2007.
Typography is not just about choosing a nice font face and how to manipulate it to get, “out of the world” effects, it’s also about how we arrange the types in the layout choosing the right size, weight and type of font to transmit the message in the easiest and more understandable way and as always, in a unique manner. Now, imagine some designers take that to a next step, mixing typography with portraits. There are several such portrait typography images that we can see in advertisements and posters. Now I am going to teach you how to start off doing a typo-portrait in simple steps. Finishing to job requires much more than photoshop skills and techniques. You need to have patience and a quirky imagination. So lets start off.