Depositphotos is well-known as one of the most popular microstock agencies on the internet. Moreover, this company has also been reputed as the fastest-growing microstock agency due to their rapid development. In just 4 years since it was first founded in 2009, Depositphotos has been able to collect more than 14 million stock files (including stock photos, vectors, and footages) with more than 1 million users.
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Since we started Crazyleaf Design Blog, I have been getting a lot of questions regarding PSD to HTML coding services. Are they worth it? How expensive are they? What is the quality of code, etc? The answer is simple…yes…they’re worth it and they’re good.
In the recent years I am having less and less time for projects as I get busier and busier. I started looking at ways I can ease my every day schedule with daily planners, organizers, project management apps and many more. In terms of actual design work I started following PSD to XHTML services and I have to say they helped a lot.
Fonts are a necessity of a designer’s every day life. Without typefaces you really can’t undertake your activity as a designer. That means that having a large collection of fonts is a must for every one of us.
Bluehost is a web host that is ranked very highly by many customers and professional review sites. On the popular web hosting review site http://www.100webhosting.com, for example, Bluehost is ranked number 1. They have stayed at the number 1 spot for over a year! This is an impressive achievement, and it may make you wonder what is so special about Bluehost that gives them this kind of distinction.
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to wallpapers I get bored really easy and always need to change the wallpaper. That’s why I ended up making sort of a list of great websites where I can find wallpapers. From that list I bring you weekly pieces for the “Wallpaper Designs” series and also on that list I have a website I would like to present to you today, Mr. Wallpaper.
Have you ever found yourself in a position where you asked yourself “What is the name of this font ?” and needed identify a typeface used somewhere and after countless searches on fonts websites, you just gave up or settled with some alternative that isn’t quite what you were looking for ? If the answer to that question is “Yes” then you need to search no more, try What Font Is.