Jan 12, 2013
I’ve searched high and low for the perfect FREE map of the United States, but after searching for years I finally broke down and created my dream. A pixel perfect PSD-based vector map with layer shapes for infinite resizing of the complete silhouette of the US or each state individually.
The internet is flooded with all sorts of social icons in a wide assortment of designs, but for me, all I was looking for was a simple base that allowed me to design them how ever I liked. So I created these flat vector social icons (including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, RSS, Google+, Pinterest, Dribbble, YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, Yelp, and StumbleUpon) as a freebie from User10.
Use them. Share them. Modify them. Download them at the User10 blog.
Jun 21, 2012
Recently I was tasked with creating a geometric pattern for the background of a website. I've never really tried to create such a pattern, so after a few clicks and some Google luck, I came acrossed this very handy tutorial by abduzeedo.
After a quick run through and some minor tweaks I came up with this...
Jun 4, 2012
I know, I know. So many of you out there love your tropical islands, pouncing kittens, and huge faces of loved ones. You carefully curate your desktop background to display just the right far off land or family function. I get it, I enjoy those things too. Just not on my desktop. I’m simple and love to keep things basic and more importantly, functional. I’m on my computer 8-14 hours a day and would like to keep as much retina function as possible, so I typically opt for an all black background.
Designing for the the web poses many different chanllenges, one big one being, screen resolution. Now I know there are a million different browser plug-ins to dynamically change the resolution of your browser but I figured an even easier solution was to create a desktop background that visually displays the most common resolutions.
I hope this is helpful. Download it now.