Web Design Trend of 2010

The Web design industry is extremely unpredictable as the trends keep changing every year. The Web design industry has gone through fast and evolutionary movements, which is not very surprising. It is not an exception as any artistic expression undergoes the same evaluation. Web design trends of 2010 can be considered as the golden era of web design industry. Never has it seen so many talented and enthusiastic people innovating things every day with the help of simple yet very powerful tools, like CSS3, Flash and HTML5 among others.

Some of the trends that make 2010 special for web designing are:
• Typography: This trend started around 12 years ago and also seriously evolved in the year 2010. Designers pay concentration on details like line height, leading, choice of font etc. Designers love to use typography as an internal part of the whole work and use its large variety of fonts instead of system text.
• Magazine Layout: Many websites tend to go for this trend, as it is a source of entertainment and real time information at the same time. The look of a concise article is very easy to read and obtain information.
• Introduction Blocks: In different websites, we find some very important and informative blocks on the page, which is attractive as well as informative, so being extremely effective.
• Social media sites: This trend has been continuing over last two years and is very effective as well. People like spending quality time online looking for people of the same interest to share information and emotions as well.

The main idea behind these themes is to make information easy to read, and incorporate designs without disturbing the content. Finally, web designers have started giving equal importance to both the content and the design, which is definitely a great sign for the future.

Creative Ways People Are Cheating In Pokemon Go

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If rules exist, we’ll find a way around them…and even Pokemon Go is no exception. Players everywhere have found ways to bend—or break—the game’s rules. Some of these methods are fairly harmless, while others can get you banned. Here’s how to cheat in Pokemon Go—but don’t say we didn’t warn you…

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The Power of Observation in Creative Writing

Creativity isn’t just about waxing eloquent about the beauty of a

woodland stream or a rugged seashore. In fact, the most difficult

creativity is often the most rewarding: being creative with the everyday

aspects of life. That means being observant about everything — and I

mean everything — around you.

Start with this exercise:

Sit down on in a park, the mall, Starbucks — wherever there are a lot of

sights, smells, sounds. Use all five senses to take in your surroundings.

Do you hear the scraping of dry leaves or the hiss of the espresso

machine? Do you smell the richness of damp earth or the aroma of

coffee, or are you overwhelmed by the cologne of the man sitting next to

you? What does the bench or chair or ground feel like under you?

Take it all in. Then write!

Search for the best word to describe every single sight, smell, gesture,

feeling, sound, and anything else you can think of. If your writing is

missing any of the five senses — sight, smell, sound, touch, and even

taste — go back and rework it.

Creativity through observation is a lot of work, but once you’ve mastered

it, your writing will be all the richer and more rewarding for the addition.

10 DIY Creative Ways to Reuse / Recycle Plastic Bottles part 1

DIY creative ideas how to reuse plastic bottles PART 1
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1 Pencil case
2 Gift box
3 Turtle money box
4 How to separate yolk from the whites (life hack)
5 Apple box
6 Candlestick (only for decoration)
7 Pens and pencils holder
8 Phone holder
9 Organizer
10 Vase

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Nick Uhas : Chemist Wows The Judges With Creative Science Tricks – Agt 2017

Nick Uhas : Chemist Wows The Judge With Creative Science Tricks – Agt 2017


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Design Tips for Your Kitchen

Your kitchen is an integral part of your household. This means that you must make sure that you maintain your kitchen in a perfect manner. One way of doing this is by keeping up with the latest design trends and also following all the essential tips of designing your kitchen. This will not only help you in the long run but it will also help you to have a lot of fun while you are working or cooking in your kitchen.

Tips for maintaining a good kitchen

Make a lot of room for storage

While most people ignore this tip, it is extremely important to have proper storage area in your kitchen in order to easily store your essential utensils, spices or various other kitchen related items and appliances. You must use every nook and corner of your kitchen.

You must see the light

Unlike the other rooms in your home, the light in your kitchen is extremely important. You must therefore make sure your kitchen has sufficient lighting and there are no shadows caused by darkness.

Appropriate sources of power

You must also make sure that there are appropriate sources of power in your house. This will help you to work efficiently and effectively. Many people after a certain period of time realize that they do not have sufficient electric lines that can complete their kitchen usage.

There must be enough safety

Your kitchen must be a room where it is considered very safe to cook. For this purpose you must take necessary precautions and follow all the safety norms that are required. This will help you to work in a very safe manner and there will not be any room for accidents.

Good room for trash

Kitchens produce the maximum amount of trash compared to any other room in your household. This essentially means that you must make sure and appropriate room for all your household trash and throw all your trash in a good place. This will also help in keeping your kitchen clean and hygienic.

Clean regularly

You must clean your kitchen in regular intervals. This will help you to maintain very high standards of hygiene which in turn will enable you to keep away from any types of diseases. So make sure that your kitchen is as clean as possible and there is no room for unhygienic activity in or around your kitchen. It is one of the important tips to remember.

Do schools kill creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.

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Craftsmanship in Morocco – Source of Art and Creativity

There is no doubt that craftsmanship is a very important part of the heritage for all countries, mostly because it is a mirror that reflects their cultural and historical richness. In Morocco, visitors will be delighted with the excellent and varied types of craftsmanship that express the unique savoir-faire of Moroccan craftsmen, so full of creativity. But what is specific to Moroccan craftsmanship, and what are its famous faces and genres?     

First of all, simplicity is the main characteristic of Moroccan craftsmanship, especially since craftsmen rely on natural materials such as animal skin (of which are made traditional shoes, called “L’balgha” for men and “sherbil” for women),wool (used in traditional carpets, covers, and clothes like djellabas for men) , wood (for making tables, chairs, doors, windows, beds and all sorts of furniture and decorative items), silk (for making traditional clothes for women, embroidery, etc.), clay (such as the “Zellige” mosaic tiles that are used for decorating walls and floors in traditional Moroccan buildings, or some musical instruments like the “Taarija”), etc .

Also, Moroccan craftsmen relay on very traditional materials and the beauty of the Moroccan craftsmanship can be admired in all Morocco, but especially in the old medinas. There you will find the most refined and elaborate crafts in all sorts of magnificent buildings, such as palaces, Kasbahs, riads and ksours, as well as in items of furniture (Carpentry, carpets, etc.), decoration (ceramics, “jellidj”, sculptures, etc.), and clothes (djellabas, kaftans, “jabadors”, etc.).

There are many types of Moroccan crafts. For instance, jewellery is by itself a whole world of artistry divided into Berber traditional jewellery and other types of jewellery from other cities such as Fez, as well as more modern and contemporary jewellery. Berber jewellery exists mostly in South Morocco, especially in Tiznit, and it is a king of jewellery made of silver. Other styles of jewellery, like that of Fez, are mostly made of gold.

There is also the art of “Zellige” or mosaic tile making, and Fez is its main place. There is the leather craft as well, which can be found in the souks of most Moroccan market cities like Marrakech, Tétouan, Fez or Taroudant.

And last but not least, you can admire the traditional embroidery that exists in all Moroccan old medinas, such as Fez, Marrakech and Rabat. Beginning centuries ago, Moroccan women decorated their hands and feet with henna for special occasions. Later these patterns were transferred onto pottery and then into embroidery, which is extremely precise and intricate.

In short, we can say that Morocco is a very rich country in terms of craftsmanship, which is an excellent window on its fertile and great civilisation. If you want to discover the beauty of Moroccan craftsmanship, you are welcome to Marrakech, Morocco’s favourite destination, which gives you an exciting opportunity to know more about the country’s wonderful arts and crafts, so full of beauty and creativity.

Creative boys Catch Eels By Using Water Pipe With Deep Hole Eel Trap – Catching Eel In Cambodia

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