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My New App – Modern TIP Calculator

April 24, 2014 in Uncategorized


Pattern making in Adobe Illustrator 6

March 27, 2012 in Illustrator

BookMark jQuery’s API website

February 25, 2012 in WebDesign2

Remember to bookmark this great page when writing your JS, It will greatly help you

iBooks Author – A proprietary ePub software tool from Apple

January 20, 2012 in Uncategorized

Apples new software tool that enables creative people to create their own proprietary ePub format eBooks.  This tool can help you make free and sellable digital books and interactive media for reading, listening, and watching of created content on your iPad.

Here is a link to Apples web page • iBook Author

Responsive Web Design – plugin for video

September 6, 2011 in WebDesign1

Here is a link to a new – HTML fluid width video embed system

A lightweight, easy-to-use jQuery plugin for fluid width video embeds.

Nice looking WordPress Theme

August 29, 2011 in Portfolio

from ThemeTrust, a nice looking new WordPress theme


Check it out – click -> REVEAL theme

Typical Banner Ad Sizes

April 25, 2011 in WebDesign2

This is a list of the typical and standard sizes for most banner adds found on web sites.

  • Skyscrapers
    • 120×600
    • 160×600
  • Rectangle
    • 180×150
    • 240×400
    • 300×250
    • 336×280
  • Extra Large Rectangle
    • 425×600
    • 425×500
  • Squares
    • 250×250 – Popup
    • 500×500 – Popup
    • 125×125 – Button
    • 425×425
  • Banner
    • 468×60
    • 728×90
    • 234×60
    • 120×240
  • Button
    • 120×90
    • 120×60
    • 88×31

PF Lindemann Sans

January 28, 2011 in Typography

Lindemann Sans is an unusual but immediately inviting typeface with a pleasing distinct visual voice grounded by geometry and golden proportions. This project started in early 2008, when designer Chad Lindemann (an Associate Professor of Art at Wisconsin Lutheran College) was set out to create a geometric sans serif font with traditional ideals, but with a modern tech-savvy voice. Chad was inspired by the mathematical golden ratio and the Fibonacci spiral.

Link to Article

Printmaker – Dave Lefner

December 27, 2010 in Printmaking

Last week I found Dave Lefner’s detailed linoleum block prints. The work is amazing and after contacting Dave he is also a cool guy. He was happy that I enjoyed his film and that I wanted to share it with students.

Check out his web site

So her is the embeded link to his film

Drawing Abstraction Project Examples

December 27, 2010 in Drawing

Drawing 1 Lesson

Abstraction Project

Downloadable Example: Abstraction-Project