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Windows Phone 7 Cheat Sheet for Designers

Nordkapp, a group of experienced designers, strategists and technologists, recently made available a downloadable Windows Phone 7 Cheat Sheet to help mobile interaction designers with designing Windows Phone 7 apps. This A3 size cheat sheet is based on Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Design Guideline document(s) with only the important bits, added some other comments and highlighted the parts that might come as a surprise …

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psdGraphics – Great Resource for Stunning PSD Backgrounds, Images, Templates

I found this great website with a lot of images, icons, background that comes with the Adobe Photoshop PSD file for you to use and possibly learn how these stunning graphics were created. What’s more, it’s free for personal use! There are a lot of free fully editable Photoshop PSD files and high resolution stuff for webmasters and designers like abstract …

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Adobe Kuler – Color Theme Community

Kuler is a FREE web-hosted application, to explore, create and share color themes. You can create color themes from a color wheel, a photo, or randomly from flickr and share these color themes with everyone. You can also search for color themes based on tags like water, calm, cool, fiery, angry, etc. and it will show you all the different …

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Be a Layer Mayor – Photoshop Etiquette Manifesto for Web Designers

The Photoshop Etiquette Manifesto for Web Designers is a list of helpful and *subtle* suggestions to organize Photoshop Documents, making the transfer of them less painful. This set of guidelines is intended for any group of people looking to standardize web design in Photoshop. I have worked with many web designers and I wish they had these guidelines to make …

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Barcamp Singapore 4: The beginning

So we’ve started our march towards Barcamp Singapore 4. Preetam Rai has done a great job securing an awesome place at the IDA office in Suntec Tower 3, 14th floor. There’s probably going to be 3 training rooms for barcamp sessions, 4 meeting rooms for brainstorming and discussions,  and 1 lobby for food and networking. This is by far the …

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