Textures play important role in any design and especially if designers get their hands on something unique like neon textures they certainly can do wonders with them. The given compilation is also one of a kind because it offers unique neon textures and also allow designers to download them from the free download source file. Textures are available in high definition with above 2000 px resolution. Thee year 2012 seems to be a perfect year to experience all kind of design experiences. So, take the best out of this year and use one of the given textures to enhance your design output.
Monthly Archives: December 2011
Christmas 2011 has just begun pouring its joy in millions of hearts around the world. Right now, the entire world is illuminated with sparkling Christmas lights. These magnificent looking Christmas lights glow across the globe like millions of stars shinning with great joy. Decorated Christmas trees, roofs, windows and rooms, everything is decorated with Christmas lights depicting that the spirit of Christmas lits up every heart, no matter where you are.
Christmas tree is an integral part of Christmas celebrations around the world. The concept of decorating the Christmas tree with a Christmas star on the top started from the East European country Latvia. The Christmas tree idea spread across the world like a wild fire. Nowadays, on every Christmas people from all walks of life try to erect a Christmas tree with different creative methods. Similar to the delicious Christmas Red backgrounds and creative Christmas Advertising posters the given compilation is also inspiring for all.
Here are 40+ Absolutely Creative Christmas Tree Ideas for those who are still not sure how to get their trees decorated this season.
This Christmas season, we are trying our best to bring the best resources for our valued visitors. Previously, we posted a couple of useful pots like 50+ Creative Christmas Advertisement and Posters and the truly appreciated one, Frosty Christmas HD Wallpapers for Windows 8. Continuing with the tradition, WebBlog360 once again strives to bring you the best resource to give your graphics the ultimate touch of the red backgrounds of the Christmas. Red backgrounds are the ultimate elements of Christmas to show in any communication design. These red backgrounds can be used to make fine wallpapers, Christmas greeting cards and are particularly useful in Christmas postcard printing. Here are 35+ Delicious Red Christmas Backgrounds to quench your thirst for an ultimate Christmas design experience.
Everybody, new year 2010 is just round the corner. Like all other fields, the new year brings with itself new hope, wishes and new beginnings in the design industry. Designers all over the world are busy preparing materials for the new year, which heavily includes typography. To provide a good dose of typography inspiration for such designers, here are 40 Different New Year 2012 Typography Styles. Do let us know if you find it a worthy post. Read more…
Everything on the planet is buzzing about Christmas then why should the advertisement and poster makers be left behind. Millions o companies and printing services compete with each other to produce best Christmas ads and posters. Aiming to this trend, I have compiled a showcase of 50+ Creative Christmas Advertisements and Posters for my valued visitors. Let me know of your comments!
Christmas is just round the corner, the season of fun, frolic, frost and festivity. The season bring with it the spirit of festivity in every single thing around us. After you are done with having a look at 40+ Exciting Christmas Ornaments and Greeting Card Templates which our partner blog has posted, we too have tried our best to spread the spirit of the season through Christmas Wallpapers to go with your Windows 8 theme.
CSS and CSS3 are dynamic to web designing and development. There was a time when developers used complex CSS codes to create a simple design element. However with the advent of CSS3, tackling web development has become much more easier. We already posted 30+ Highly Needed CSS Based Navigation and Button Tutorials on our blog a few months ago. Here is a fresh compilation of CSS Like Never Before! 40+ CSS3 Tutorials for web development gurus as well as beginners in the field of CSS and CSS3. Read more…
Tumblr is not new to us and we all are aware how people seek to post their everyday observations and opinions on their blog in the quickest manner possible on Tumblr. It is indeed a true example of microblogging which enables users to post texts, images, videos, etc, such that their followers can receive up-to-date entries.
Tumblr has provided a better alternative of WordPress and it has proved itself as a platform to share text, photos, URLs, music, and video clips with ultimate ease. It is much more appealing than Twitter, however both are going to stay for good. Speaking of Tumblr’s attraction one key aspect is amazingly looking Tumblr themes. These are changeable and much more interactive to make blogging easiest. Following is a such a compilation selected from multiple resources to provide fresh and most updated content to our readers.
We often used to hear and read about Greek and Roman Gods and deities which were worshiped by the people of those times. According to these mythologies, there was a God of every element of life. Similar to this world, if we see around the e-world we will notice that there are Gods and Goddesses for every element of the e-world as well. These people are actually the founding fathers of most famous and commonly used elements of the e-world. In this post Gods of e-World, Movers and Shakers of the Internet, I have given a tribute to the people who are the masterminds behind so many things we use on our computers everyday.
God of the Internet
Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn
The Gods of Internet Vint Cerf, together with Bob Kahn created the TCP/IP suite of communication protocols. a language used by computers to talk to each other in a network. Vint Cerf once said that the internet is just a mirror of the population and spam is a side effect of a free service.
God of WWW
Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. He wrote the first web client and server and designed a way to create links, or hypertext, amid different pieces of online information. He now maintains standards for the web and continues to refine its design as a director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
God of Email
Programmer Ray Tomlinson, the Father of Email made it possible to exchange messages between machines in diverse locations; between universities, across continents, and oceans. He came up with the “@” symbol format for e-mail addresses. Today, more than a billion people around the world type @ sign every day.
God of Netscape Navigator
Marc Andreessen revolutionized Internet navigation. He came up with first widely used Web browser called Mosaic which was later commercialised as the Netscape Navigator. Marc Andreessen is also co-founder and chairman of Ning and an investor in several startups including Digg, Plazes, and Twitter.
God of Computer Virus
Robert Tappan Morris
The concept of a worm virus is unique compare to the conventional hacking. Instead of getting into a network themselves, they send a small program they have coded to do the job. From this concept, Robert Tappan Morris created the Morris Worm. It’s one of the very first worm viruses to be sent out over the internet that inadvertently caused many thousands of dollars worth of damage and “loss of productivity” when it was released in the late 80s.
God of eBooks
Michael Hart started the birth of eBooks and breaks down the bars of ignorance and illiteracy. He created the Project Gutenberg and was considered world’s first electronic library that changed the way we read. The collection includes public domain works and copyrighted works with express permission.
God of Email spam
Spamming is an old marketing technique. Gary Thuerk, sent his first mass e-mailing to customers over the Arpanet for Digital’s new T-series of VAX systems. What he didn’t realize at the time was that he had sent the world’s first spam.
God of Emoticon
Scott Fahlman is credited with originating the first ASCII-based smiley emoticon, which he thought would help to distinguish between posts that should be taken humorously and those of a more serious nature. Now, everybody uses them in messenger programs, chat rooms, and e-mail.
Gods of Google
Larry Page and Sergey Brin
Larry Page and Sergey Brin changed the way we search and use the Internet. They worked as a seamless team at the top of the search giant. Their company grew rapidly every year since it began. Page and Brin started with their own funds, but the site quickly outgrew their own existing resources. They later obtain private investments through Stanford. Larry Page, Sergey Brin and their company Google, continue to favor engineering over business.
Gods of Yahoo
David Filo and Jerry Yang
David Filo and Jerry Yang started Yahoo! as a pastime and evolved into a universal brand that has changed the way people communicate with each other, find and access information and purchase things. The name Yahoo! is an acronym for “Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle,” but Filo and Yang insist they selected the name because they liked the general definition of a yahoo: “rude, unsophisticated, uncouth.”
God of Hotmail
Sabeer Bhatia founded Hotmail in which the uppercase letters spelling out HTML-the language used to write the base of a webpage. He got in the news when he sold the free e-mailing service , Hotmail to Microsoft for $400 million. He was awarded the “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Draper Fisher Jurvertson in 1998 and was noted by TIME as one of the “People to Watch” in international business in 2002. His most exciting acquisition of 2009 was Jaxtr which he believes is set to overtake Skype in terms of free global calling.
God of WordPress
Matt Mullenweg founded the world’s most used open source blogging and the greatest boon to freedom of expression known as WordPress. Some of the most popular websites run on WordPress are Techcrunch, Huffingtonpost, Mashable and more.
God of Microsoft
Bill Gates founded the software company called “Micro-Soft”. a combination of “microcomputer software.” Later on, Bill Gates developed a new GUI (Graphical User Interface) for a disk operating system. He called this new style Windows. He has all but accomplished his famous mission statement, to put “a computer on every desk and in every home”. at least in developed countries.
God of Apple
Steve Jobs innovative idea of a personal computer led him into revolutionizing the computer hardware and software industry. The Apple founder changed the way we work, play and communicate. He made simple and uncluttered web design stylish. The story of Apple and Steve Jobs is about determination, creative genius, pursuit of innovation with passion and purpose.
God of Skype
Niklas Zennstrom co-founded the fastest growing communications trend in history called Skype. It offered consumers worldwide a free software for making superior-quality calls using their computer and expanded its offering for Linux, MAC & PC and mobile/ handheld devices.
God of Wiki
American programmer Ward Cunningham developed the first wiki as a way to let people collaborate, create and edit online pages together. Cunningham named the wiki after the Hawaiian word for “quick.”
God of Wikipedia
Jimmy Wales founded the world’s largest encyclopaedia which carries articles that can easily be edited by anyone who can access the website. It was launched in 2001 and is currently the most popular general reference work on the Internet.
God of WikiLeaks
Julian Assange founded a website dedicated to publishing classified documents stolen from around the world. He designed an advanced software for the Wikileaks shielding the identities of the thieves who steal these documents by completely erasing their identities before spreading the stolen documents to servers ‘all over the world’. As a result, no one can trace who’s given him what or when. The site depicts itself as the “uncensorable Wikipedia for untraceable mass document leaking and analysis” and has developed to be regarded as the most extensive and safest stage for whistle-blowers to leak to.
God of Paypal
Peter Thiel is one of many Web luminaries associated with PayPal. PayPal had enabled people to transfer money to each other instantly. PayPal began giving a small group of developers access to its code, allowing them to work with its super-sophisticated transaction framework. Peter Thiel cofounded PayPal at age 31 and sold it to eBay four years later for $1.5 billion.
God of Ebay
Pierre Morad Omidyar
Pierre Omidyar set up an online marketplace that brought buyers and sellers together as never before, and pioneered the concept of quantifying the trustworthiness of an anonymous user. In building his auction empire, Omidyar counted on the power of the individual. Omidyar’s greatest strength is his insight into human nature. He understood that people would buy just about anything. One man’s junk is, in fact, another’s treasure.
God of Amazon
Jeff Bezos founded the world’s biggest online store known as Amazon, which was originally named Cadabra Inc. He made online shopping faster and more personal than a trip to the local store. The company now introduced Kindle allowing readers to download books and other written materials and read them on this handheld device.
God of Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook to help students in universities keep in touch with friends. The “status update” started its rebirth in Facebook, where user after user tell their extended network of trusted friends what they’re doing. They also show off photos, upload videos, chat, make friends, meet old ones, join causes, groups, have fun and throw virtual sheep at one another. The site, which is believed to have 500 million registered users worldwide, has only four remaining countries left to conquer: Russia, Japan, China and Korea, according to Zuckerberg. Facebook is now twice as huge as Rupert Murdoch’s MySpace.
Gods of Youtube
Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim
Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim met as early employees at PayPal. They later started the Internet’s most popular video-sharing site YouTube which is broadcasting more than 100 million short videos daily on myriad subjects. When creating YouTube, the three divided work based on skills: Chad Hurley designed the site’s interface and logo. Steve Chen and Jawed Karim divide technical duties making the site work. They later split management tasks, based on strengths and interests: Chad Hurley became CEO; Steve Chen, Chief Technology Officer. A year and a half later, Google acquired YouTube for a deal worth $1.65 billion in stock.
God of Twitter
Jack Dorsey created Twitter to allow friends and family know what he was doing. The world’s fastest-growing communications medium let users broadcast their thoughts in 140 characters or less and re-post someone else’s informative or amusing message to their own Twitter followers by Retweeting. No one thought people would want to follow strangers, or that celebrities would use Twitter to tell fans of their activities, or that businesses would use Twitter to announce discounts or launch new products.
God of LinkedIn
Reid Hoffman, a former executive vice president at PayPal, created LinkedIn as a professional social network allowing registered users to maintain a list of contact details of people they know and trust in business. Members can search for jobs, trade resumes, find new hires and keep up with the competition.
God of Myspace
Thomas “Tom” Anderson is an American entrepreneur. He co-founded the social networking website Myspace in 2003 with Chris DeWolfe, and was later president of Myspace and a strategic adviser for the company.
God and Goddess of Flickr
Stewart Butterfield and Caterina Fake
Photosharing website has become a part of everyday online life for millions of people. Stewart Butterfield, who with his wife Caterina Fake created Flickr that was born out of an online multi-player game that seemed to sum up everything the Web 2.0 people were trying to do. Flickr came along with an idea that you no longer had an album. Instead, you had a photo stream. Yahoo later on acquired Flickr in 2005.
God of Blogging and Podcasting
Dave Winer is a software developer, entrepreneur and writer in New York City. Winer is noted for his contributions to outliners, scripting, content management, and web services, as well as blogging and podcasting. He is the founder of the software companies Living Videotext and Userland Software, and the author of the Scripting News weblog.