There’s a keyword in the rejection notice…
There’s your problem. Not layer organisation. Post your design preview in the item discussion sub-forum for feedback.
There’s no place like 127.0.0.1
I’m right near the middle of Brisbane CBD . I’ve been watching boats and pontoons, fridges, BBQ ’s, chairs and lots of trees and debris streaming past all day. Thankfully I’m on high’ish ground and very unlikely to be affected. The worst thing by far is that this is not the end of the rainy season, we could easily experience another event like this in the coming months.
It’s 2.5D After Effects or a similar tool. You isolate the foreground elements in Potatoshop, then you patch the ‘plate’ (background) to fill in the areas behind the foreground elements you want to move / zoom.
Cars are so 2010.
Save the planet.
Walk or Cycle.
Well you need a google account of some sort I think.
GoDaddy definately has a Cpanel, probably the best one out of all the hosting companies. It has hundreds of one-click install applications. Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal, lots of different types of forums etc.
I’ve used Godaddy hosting for a few years now and I have been slowly moving all of my sites AWAY from their dreaded hosting plans. GoDaddy hosting is way too hit or miss, sometimes it’s great and sometimes it’s unusable. For many services, apparently GoDaddy has problems with mySQL which makes it unbearably slow. Better explanation here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/wordpress-on-godaddy-unbearably-slow/page/3 Also make a simple search in WordPress Support Forums for “GoDaddy Slow”: http://wordpress.org/search/godaddy+slow?forums=1
With so many other options for hosting, there really is no reason to use GoDaddy Hosting (Plus it’s way overpriced).On another note: I now use Dreamhost.com. They are a good bargain host with all the usual options like one-click installs for the usual joomla, wordpress, yadadada. Anybody else use Dreamhost and have good/bad experiences?
They’ve been pretty good for me for 4 years, I host a couple of sites with them. They do have some issues though, with intermittent downtime. Nothing longer than 15mins, but the problem is its happened about a dozen or so times this year according to my uptime robot. I would say they are probably one of the better budget options, but I’d go higher end if you want 99.9%+.
Recycled words mostly. I’ve learnt this from a mix of experience and from hearing others say it. Eventually it sinks in and actually makes sense, so glad to share the concept.
Simplicity in design is often the result of recognising complexity. As you mature as a designer you slowly get better and better at seeing what’s most important, but also, and just as importantly, seeing what’s not. Once you see complexity for what it is, you realise it has no place in effective design.
Obviously there’s a grey area in between, but I think you can generally correlate complexity with young designers and simplicity with senior designers.
Stripping away the unnecessary elements of a design, removing the ‘decoration’ until you are left with the essence is the mantra. If every element, carefully considered, supports the message, the mood, the entire context…. it is at that point which you stop and recognise that nothing more should be removed, and nothing more should be added.
Beautiful writing or music is exactly the same. It says so much with so little, and nothing more.