Today I wanted to share with you a little inspiration piece that is focused on the use of vintage design within the business card niche.
Using the vintage design style can work great on business card designs as the combination of classic vintage typography, dirty textures and geometric patterns can really help create a unique business card that is reminiscent of the design of a bygone era.
A couple of months back I featured some pretty cool examples of flat web design trend, I find myself rather enjoying the simplicity of some the flat UI’s designers are creating. I have also noticed the flat design trend being applied to mobile and desktop device templates. Today I wanted to share with you some …
Today I wanted to share with you a collection of over 100+ subtle brush sets you can use in Photoshop to help give your designs a little extra depth and feel.
Using these subtle textures is a great way to create grunge backgrounds for your websites, vintage logos and type treatment or provide a useful backdrop to your design mock-ups if you are looking to upload them to Dribbble or Behance.
Initially in the early days of WordPress it was primarily used as a blogging tool, you could quickly write up a little blog post and publish it – pretty simple stuff. Nowadays WordPress is used in a whole variety of ways and in all niches on the web. Its common to see WordPress being used as fully fledged CMS powering huge websites rather then just a small blogging tool.
Back To WordPress Blogging Basics
I would say WordPress is still one of the easiest and most professional ways for writers to be able to publish their content online. In a market full of over developed and overly complex WordPress themes I wanted to bring the attention back to blogging basics.
The WordPress blogging themes I have collected here are simple, to the point and super easy for novice WordPress bloggers to use. All the WordPress themes focus on the blogger’s content and feature only the most basic of theme options so you can focus on the most important thing – writing.