Convert vector images to web font icons

@font-face { font-family: ‘icomoon’; src:url(‘/fonts/icomoon.eot’); src:url(‘/fonts/icomoon.eot?#iefix’) format(‘embedded-opentype’), url(‘/fonts/icomoon.svg#icomoon’) format(‘svg’), url(‘/fonts/icomoon.woff’) format(‘woff’), url(‘/fonts/icomoon.ttf’) format(‘truetype’); font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; } .icon:before{ content:”\21″; font-family: ‘icomoon’; font-style: normal; speak: none; font-weight: normal; font-size: 300px; line-height: 1; -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased; } .icon-container{ text-align: center; } Using fonts for icons are great for allowing you to: Cater to all screen densities including [...]

Dom Dash – latest web application

I have recently released domdash.com an application to help those that have a growing domain portfolio keep on top of their status. This was a personal itch that I needed to scratch with a domain acquisition almost every couple of months and a new project being released almost every quarter, things were getting a little [...]

Panoramic – open source web template

Panoramic Template

View the template It’s been a while since releasing an open source web template, the last one being Mighty, added back in January of 2007. Mighty was a template created to allow others to take a basic design and allow them to modify most aspects of the template with relative ease (given some CSS understanding). [...]

Previous Carbon Silk designs

Previous version of Carbon Silk

Dark ‘designer’ edition This was the design set for Carbon Silk, however I felt that the dark site took away the focus of the content and thus continued with a minimal white design. Grid long header edition I was particularly happy with this design, it displayed a very unique, and distinctive grid that seemed to [...]

Here’s one I made earlier

Reflection design

A design from what was intended to be a web application that never made it past the prototype stage. Reflection was intended to allow users to post questions with answers which would then generate tests to help users remember topic points. Instead of letting this design (which I defined to be quality work) die a [...]

Five Minimal Inspirational Design Sites

A small selection of sites that have caught my attention for being particularly well designed. The minimal nature of web design is something that i find extremely hard to pull off, and as such i have been inspired by these and similar such sites to create this site. Astheria Type Sites We Are Only Human [...]

How packaging design should be

A great example of just being ‘honest’ and realising that you don’t need to dilute the message of what your product is, with all singing, all dancing colours and fancy graphics. I can understand that there is a requirement for packaging to stand out over competing products, but this example of modest design, in my [...]

10 Personal Blogs Worth Subscribing To

People often ask me, “Who do you follow?”. By follow I would interpret that as RSS/Twitter, both of which you can often find on their personal blog. In answer to this question, I have compiled a top 10. In no particular order: Hicks Design – Great site, great designer and good read on his journal [...]