Here we go again! Yet another small collection of the best, funniest or coolest images for May 2009 to cheer up your day. It's time to take a two minute break before you get back to work again. You can show these imagedumps to your friends and family during the holidays, just to give them a laugh too. These articles will surely get your gears going, which means you'll be more productive when you go back to work.
Here's a small collection of the best, funniest or coolest images to cheer up your day.
Don't forget to check out the other imagedumps. Enjoy!
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Past weekend, Norway won the 54th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. Iceland got the second place and Azerbaijan got away third. I personally didn't really follow much of the contest since The Netherlands didn't even make it into the finals.
One thing that I really loved about the contest was their logo. The colourful bird (based upon a "Fantasy Bird") is a real sleek sub-logo next to the generic logo. While checking the logos from the previous years, I came across some very well designed logos for this contest.
This article is a roundup showing the evolution of the Eurovision Song Contest logo from 1956 (when the first contest was held) until now. Some logo's (especially in the early days) are nothing more than simple text. Later on, the logo became more complex, while some find their beauty in simplicity.
The generic logo was introduced in 2004 to create a consistent visual identity. The host country's flag appears in the heart. The logo from 2010 listed here is only the main logo: A sub-logo is not yet created. While looking at these amazing logos, you might see that the logo from 1973 is missing. EurovisionCovers and Wikipedia both show different (low quality) versions from that year.
Now make sure to check out this amazing inspirational logo collection showing some great Eurovision Song Contest logos over the past years.
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As you might know, I really love proof of concepts (and experiments). Just showing to others that you can create that crazy idea is a very good thing. Both for you (you just showed that you actually can create is), but especially for others (that can probably use your idea in another, maybe more useful and better way). Since the sky is the limit with several webdesign techniques, programmers can get really creative and innovative
I created a roundup containing 20+ Wicked Proof of Concepts for Better use of jQuery/CSS, showing off some crazy experiments found on the web. Most of them are just really for fun or just beautiful to watch. They all don't have any real practical use (yet) and really seek some better use.
Noura Yehia from the popular Noupe allowed me to place the article over at their website (Thanks Noura!). If you want to check out this amazing roundup, make sure you read the (guest)article on Noupe.
It was really fun putting this list together. Some of the techniques just show a nice effect and don't have any practical use. Other techniques are way more useful and have a lot more potential of actually using in webdesign/webdevelopment work these days. Always look for new opportunities using the language, technique or framework that you use.
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FlashEff2 is a Flash CS3/CS4 AS3.0 component (by JumpEyeComponents, the same makers that brought you BannerSnack) that allows Flash users (from beginner to expert) to create awesome Flash stuff very fast. I was one of the first people to give the beta version of this extension a spin and I must say: This is taking the Flash experience to a whole new level.
In the past, you needed some ActionScript programming before you could actually make something really fancy with the framework. Now, FlashEff2 makes this a whole lot easier for everyone! Simply apply an effect on any MovieClip or dynamic textfield on the stage and you're ready to go. For those who aren't experienced at all with Flash, JumpEyeComponents gives you a very detailed FAQ when downloading the extension.
I wouldn't be writing this just as a teaser for all of you. JumpEyeComponents gave me the opportunity to give away FREE FlashEff2 Premium Plug Beta Invites to every single one of you! This way, you'll be able to give the extension a spin for yourself and create some very sleek Flash movies: The easy way. Just like I said: Really everyone can use this extension, it's as simple as that.
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