I often find myself looking for free images for use in a project. It can be hard to find quality stock photography for free. Today I came across a site though that has really made my day, MorgueFile. (Sound weird? They explain the name on the home page). Continue reading Free Images Online – MorgueFile
To go with the SharePoint 2003 CSS Reference Chart I posted yesterday, here is a reference guide for images in SharePoint 2003. For popular images, it includes: Continue reading SharePoint 2003 Image Reference Guides
Oh, this is just too cool…..
Use Exposure to recreate the look of a specific film stock. Control saturation, light temperature, dynamic range, softness, sharpness, and the addition of realistic grain in one place. Or save your signature look as a one click effect.
Check out the examples, very impressive stuff. All things you could do in Photoshop, but it would take more time to do it manually. Mac/Win $199 download.
So I haven’t blogged much this week, I haven’t had any awe inspiring revelations to contribute. But I did do some photo retouching recently and I thought I would share, as it goes back more to my roots, and roots are good. I took two pictures and combined elements of one into another to achieve a satisfactory portrait for Christmas. Continue reading Photo Editing Step-by-Step
Andy May posted some quick notes about asking your clients if they really want to customize the UI for portal, his points being the large number of elements in the style sheet and the large number of images. Continue reading Branding SharePoint Portal – don’t let the numbers scare you
This site made me go “damn!” Check out the resource topics: Continue reading Very Resourceful Web Resource Site
“Acrylic” (code name) is the professional design program that brings together the richness of pixel-based painting and the performance of editable vector graphics for a more fluid and flexible creative workflow. Create sophisticated designs and graphic elements for your on-screen, Web, and print projects. (MSFT’s Overview of Acrylic)
My buddy and design counterpart at work whipped up a tab navigation for a SharePoint client who needed navigation between web part pages. You can put this code into a content editor web part and have insta-nav on your web part pages. Here is a preview: Continue reading Tab Navigation using CSS only – Great for SharePoint