April 5, 2009
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In today’s economic maelstrom, the most common responses are panic, fear, anger, distrust, and even hostility. Harvard Business Review studied the characteristics of recession survivors and found that those who avoided being cut were cheerful, likable, generous contributors, and not necessarily the most skilled and proficient.
Adobe Illustrator is a powerful tool for illustrating various elements one can use for web pages and print design. However, it’s important to know what to do in order to powerfully use its tools and achieve certain effects. Let’s take a look at some of the best and Fresh Adobe Illustrator tutorials we’ve found in the Web so far.
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As a general rule, most Web developers, especially usability enthusiasts, say it is bad practice to use drop-down menus because they are confusing, annoying and oftentimes dysfunctional. From a design standpoint, however, drop-down menus are an excellent feature because they help clean up a busy layout.
A Paper Web Design concept is also one of the hottest trend right now on the net. In Continuation of showcasing some of the most inspiring web designs, here is a collection of 40+ Beautiful Examples of Paper Websites Design. This list are some of the coolest websites using paper as a part of the design.