http://www.andrewkelsall.com Graphic Design Blog of Andrew Kelsall Sun, 05 Oct 2014 15:40:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.1 ALL NEW: 3,100+ John Forsythe’s 2014 Photoshop Text Effects Collection – only $37!http://www.andrewkelsall.com/john-forsythes-2014-photoshop-text-effects/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/john-forsythes-2014-photoshop-text-effects/#comments Sun, 05 Oct 2014 15:40:11 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4167 Adding text effects to any project is a great way to make things pop. We’ve run Mighty Deals from John Forsythe before, featuring some fantastic effects. Well, they proved so popular that not only did we bring the deal back, but it’s completely new. That’s right, you can get more than 3,100 All-New, High-Quality Photoshop Text Effects from John Forsythe in this latest collection! BUY NOW!

Made up of 12 amazing sets, you’ll score more than 3,100 brand-new text effects that are simple to use, easy to adjust settings, and covers a slew of different styles. You’ll even get some great bonuses with your purchase, including PSD templates and textures. And for a limited time only, you can get this spectacular set at more than 60% off the regular price! BUY NOW!

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Adding text effects to any project is a great way to make things pop. We’ve run Mighty Deals from John Forsythe before, featuring some fantastic effects. Well, they proved so popular that not only did we bring the deal back, but it’s completely new. That’s right, you can get more than 3,100 All-New, High-Quality Photoshop Text Effects from John Forsythe in this latest collection! BUY NOW!

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Made up of 12 amazing sets, you’ll score more than 3,100 brand-new text effects that are simple to use, easy to adjust settings, and covers a slew of different styles. You’ll even get some great bonuses with your purchase, including PSD templates and textures. And for a limited time only, you can get this spectacular set at more than 60% off the regular price! BUY NOW!

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Strikingly Bold Children’s Library Design by Anagramahttp://www.andrewkelsall.com/childrens-library-design/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/childrens-library-design/#comments Tue, 28 Jan 2014 14:48:26 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4131 Mexican Design Agency, Anagrama, have created a stunning and colour-laden reading area for children. Located in Monterrey, the third largest city in Mexico, this library boasts outright surreal-looking interior architecture combined with futuristic lighting. Brilliant...

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Mexican Design Agency, Anagrama, have created a stunning and colour-laden reading area for children. Located in Monterrey, the third largest city in Mexico, this library boasts outright surreal-looking interior architecture combined with futuristic lighting. Brilliant…

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Gallery: Bold Children’s Library Design…

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Monterrey, the third largest city in Mexico, is best known for its beautiful mountains and strong industrial backbone. In the heart of the city is Fundidora Park, a unique specimen of industrial archaeology (it was previously a massive steelworks and foundry established in 1900). The park is home to extensive gardens, museums, convention centers, auditoriums, theme parks and cultural venues such as Conarte (Council for the Culture and Arts of Nuevo León) [read more].


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How the Startup Design Framework Could Help Your Businesshttp://www.andrewkelsall.com/startup-design-framework-help-business/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/startup-design-framework-help-business/#comments Thu, 23 Jan 2014 22:47:25 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4120 The great guys over at DesignModo are offering a fantastic startup package. They have "created a product that will help designers, developers and companies to create a website for their startups not spending much time on it".

Watch the Video Below - Startup Design Framework: SUIT UP Your Startup

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The great guys over at DesignModo are offering a fantastic startup package. They have “created a product that will help designers, developers and companies to create a website for their startups not spending much time on it”.

Watch the Video Below – Startup Design Framework: SUIT UP Your Startup

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The Startup Design Framework options

Ready to Code…

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Perfect for Startups

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Demo Version

We have created this demo version in order to show you the structure of Startup Framework. It has some of the components from the full version, 2 great samples and documentation. You can also find 2 images of a Macbook and an iPad, which you can use in your project. We hope you will like your first introduction to Startup Framework [more].

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You can view a DEMO of this on Github.

Purchase for 249 dollars

Many Useful Components

Startup Design Framework contains components and complex blocks which can easily be integrated into almost any design. All of these components are made in the same style, and can easily be integrated into projects, allowing you to create hundreds of solutions for your future projects [more].

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Twenty Five Awesome Samples

The most important part of the Startup Framework is the samples. The samples form a set of 25 usable pages you can use as is or you can add new blocks from UI Kit. By choosing one of the 25 configurations of the future startup, the process of creation is simple and easy [more].

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More Than Image

We prepared some HQ photos that you can use in your startup projects. When you have to present app or website on iPhone, iPad or Macbook you can use these images. It’s a quick solution if you don’t have proper images ready to use [more].

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Split Image Experiments on Color Morphology by André Britzhttp://www.andrewkelsall.com/color-morphology-andre-britz/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/color-morphology-andre-britz/#comments Mon, 20 Jan 2014 17:31:51 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4109 golden lemon

Golden Lemons? Blue Oranges and Pink Apples? Yes, this is a weird and wonderful experimental project by German designer, André Britz. I just love the way that the non-natural colours seem to mess with my preconceptions. What about you?

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Golden Lemons? Blue Oranges and Pink Apples? Yes, this is a weird and wonderful experimental project by German designer, André Britz. I just love the way that the non-natural colours seem to mess with my preconceptions. What about you?

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About the Project: We had to shoot hand colored fruits for a small installation project. Very impressive how the changed colors are confusing our viewing habits.

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No Pantone Pillows?http://www.andrewkelsall.com/pantone-pillows/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/pantone-pillows/#comments Sat, 18 Jan 2014 14:56:22 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4107 Yes, I know I've been featuring a few Pantone-related posts here over the past year, but fear not. Here's a set of Pantone pillows with no Pantone colours featured at all, hehe...

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Yes, I know I’ve been featuring a few Pantone-related posts here over the past year, but fear not. Here’s a set of Pantone pillows with no Pantone colours featured at all, hehe…

Image: NO Pantone on these pillows


Further Information // “No Pantone Pillows?” // All the images shown within this post are © Copyright Andreia Constantino. Please visit Andreia’s profile for more fantastic work.

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How to Build a New Website: 4 Different Toolshttp://www.andrewkelsall.com/build-website-4-different-tools/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/build-website-4-different-tools/#comments Thu, 16 Jan 2014 20:26:28 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4102 The web is overly saturated with all kinds of website builders that can help anyone set up their own website. As you may know, some of these tools are easier to use than others, and each takes on a different approach. So, how can you tell which would serve your purposes best? I’ve decided to compile a small list of the most accomplished site launching platforms at the beginning of 2014, in the hope that you’ll find it useful for planning your next projects.

IM Creator – Everyone’s Site Creator

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The web is overly saturated with all kinds of website builders that can help anyone set up their own website. As you may know, some of these tools are easier to use than others, and each takes on a different approach. So, how can you tell which would serve your purposes best? I’ve decided to compile a small list of the most accomplished site launching platforms at the beginning of 2014, in the hope that you’ll find it useful for planning your next projects.

IM Creator – Everyone’s Site Creator

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IM Creator would be a first-hand choice. Literally anyone can get a website up and running through this online service, because it provides users with some highly intuitive tools. The process is very fast, and split in three simple stages. Step one is to choose a template; you can take your pick from IM Creator’s well organized collection of designs. Step two is to drag-and-drop your content (pictures, videos, widgets, etc.), and lastly, the final step is to publish either on sub-domain, or on a separate domain. Users’ websites go live as soon as they’re published, and can be hosted on state-of-the-art servers from Amazon.

BlogSpot – Bloggers’ Delight

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BlogSpot, a Google brand, has flawless reputation. So, if you need to set up a blog, you’d be in the right place. The first thing that everyone who’s used this service noticed right away is its very welcoming interface. In terms of functionality, it reminds me of IM Creator due to the comprehensive selection of layouts that are easy to customize. Once the blog is launched, you may post images and videos as well as text. Finally, I need to mention that BlogSpot offers free web hosting, which is probably the most attractive side of this site builder.

WordPress – Connoisseurs’ Platform

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WordPress hardly needs any introductions. Since inception, 11 years ago, the service was quick in gathering popularity, and today it has come to be the most renowned and used content management system in existence. However, it certainly isn’t for everyone – but responds mostly to qualified creative professionals. Pros will love the WordPress blogging system, which opens up many possibilities, and allows for the integration of a wide variety of plugins and widgets in a blog.

Tumblr – Bloggers’ Straightforward Tool

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More and more people are becoming aware of Tumblr. As a matter of fact, more than 166 million blogs have so far been created through this medium, so it can be stated that the potential for imminent popularity is quite huge. Tumblr lives and breathes simplicity, so if you’re seeking an uncomplicated way to keep a regular blog, you’ve found your answer. On this platform, users can post whatever their hearts desire (videos, images, text) with ease.

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Soaking Wet Pantone Rain Editionhttp://www.andrewkelsall.com/pantone-rain-edition/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/pantone-rain-edition/#comments Wed, 15 Jan 2014 00:09:50 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4087 These stunning experimental posters were created by designers Matteo Gallinelli and Giuliano Antonio Lo Re. Entitled the 'Pantone Rain Edition', each color is given by the mixture of a color Pantone Universe, rain, dust and a pinch of creativity. If you've been following this blog for a while, you'll know I love Pantone projects! Check out the rest of the set of images below...

Pantone Rain Edition Gallery:

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These stunning experimental posters were created by designers Matteo Gallinelli and Giuliano Antonio Lo Re. Entitled the ‘Pantone Rain Edition’, each color is given by the mixture of a color Pantone Universe, rain, dust and a pinch of creativity. If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll know I love Pantone projects! Check out the rest of the set of images below…

Pantone Rain Edition Gallery:

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PANTONE Rain Edition orange

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PANTONE Rain green splash

PANTONE Rain Edition green

PANTONE green puddle

PANTONE blue puddle

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PANTONE Rain Edition yellow splash

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SEE ALSO: Pantone Shades from the Human Race

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Pantone began as a commercial printing company in the 1950s. In 1956, they hired recent Hofstra University graduate Lawrence Herbert as a part-time employee. Herbert used his chemistry knowledge to systematize and simplify the company’s stock of pigments and production of colored inks; by 1962, Herbert was running the ink and printing division at a profit, while the commercial-display division was $50,000 in debt; he subsequently purchased the company’s technological assets from his employers and renamed them “Pantone” [read more].


Further Information >> “Soaking Wet Pantone Rain Edition” // All images contained within this article is [Creative Commons] copyright © Matteo Gallinelli and Giuliano Antonio Lo Re. Read the original posting here.

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Webydo – Design in A WYSIWYG Environmenthttp://www.andrewkelsall.com/webydo-design-wysiwyg-environment/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/webydo-design-wysiwyg-environment/#comments Mon, 30 Dec 2013 00:31:49 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4081 macWeb development comprises of two distinct tasks – designing and coding. However in typical a web development firm, coders seem to make out with the majority of the budget, 70% to be precise. Designers have long wished for a professional code free design environment or platform to enable them to take back the drives seat of their hard work. Most of the site builders that promise code free development have been non-starters. Most of them make tall promises but offer little in terms of scalability. They can at the most create basic websites and you can rely on them to serve your clients. It stats are to be considered only 3% websites are ever built using site builders.

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macWeb development comprises of two distinct tasks – designing and coding. However in typical a web development firm, coders seem to make out with the majority of the budget, 70% to be precise. Designers have long wished for a professional code free design environment or platform to enable them to take back the drives seat of their hard work. Most of the site builders that promise code free development have been non-starters. Most of them make tall promises but offer little in terms of scalability. They can at the most create basic websites and you can rely on them to serve your clients. It stats are to be considered only 3% websites are ever built using site builders.

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Code Is the Problem & Webydo the Solution

As a designer you might have on many occasions found yourself having to compromise on the design due to the coder’s insistence. Thus code seems to be the biggest problem in your life and you can overcome this by using Webydo. It isn’t just another website builder but a complete ecosystem that takes care of all your needs as a designer right from conceiving the site to publishing it. Developed by a team of designers who wanted to break free from manual coding it will meet all your needs as a designer. It offers you a total code free design environment as your design will automatically be converted into codes.

Highlights of Webydo

Design Management System – The DMS allows you to create any kind of website. Photoshop like features and a grid structure allows you to achieve pixel perfect accuracy with your site. You can start with a blank canvas or a pre-structured template. The drag-and-drop editor allows you to insert about anything in the site including images, texts, videos, flash, galleries, forms, widgets and menus. When you are done with the designing the Webydo will automatically convert it into HTML code and a Content Management System.
Content Management System – It works on the WYSIWYG principle and allows you and your clients to manage content on the site easily.  You will be able to lock design elements on the site using the Site Permissions feature thus prevent clients from accidentally fiddling with the design of the site and spoiling it.

Hosting – Publishing a site has been made easy. Here there is no setting up the site or managing a FTP or cPanel.  You can host the site at the click of a button in a cloud server that ensures great performance. They use a Content Delivery Network that offers easy and quicker access to the site even during peak hours.  The site is backed up on a regular basis also protected by enterprise class protection.

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Advantages of Using Webydo

  • It allows designers to go solo and take projects without having to depend on the developer. There is no coding and the design is automatically converted into HTML codes that comply with the standards laid down by W3C thus ensuring high performance of the website.
  • Webydo allows you to create your brand identity. You can add your logo to your client’s login screen, dashboard and online design studio thus adding value to your brand.
  • The websites created using this are cross browser compatible and mobile friendly thus offering you a great market reach.
  • You can optimize the site for the search engine using the inbuilt SEO feature. This allows you to rank high on the search engines and attract targeted traffic to the site.
  • Webydo allows you to create stunning ecommerce websites. It offers easy integration of Ecwid E-Commerce widget, a dynamic and mobile friendly solution.
  • Hundreds of free fonts are available within Webydo and allowing you to achieve any kind of typography that you wish for.
  • You will be able to monitor the performance of the website by integrating Google Analytics and Webmaster feature in the website.

Pricing Plans

priceFor a solution that offers you all these advantages Webydo have been priced competitively. You can choose between the ‘Free’ and the ‘Premium’ plan. The free plan is mostly used for testing purpose and here thee site will be hosted on Webydo’s sub-domain and you can create 15 pages with it. You also enjoy unlimited bandwidth and 1GB of storage space.  The ‘Premium’ plan entitles allows you to publish the site on a custom domain. You also get 2GB storage space, unlimited download and can create unlimited number of pages with it. This plan has been priced $9.90/ month if billed biannually or $7.90/ month when billed annually.

To sum up Webydo offers you a code free design environment and cuts down the cost of development considerably. We also have to mention that when you design a website and are thinking, “I wish they had XYZ feature,” you have the power to suggest and vote on new features on Webydo’s Participate page. Join the 35K designers around the world who have already created more than 92K websites, and help grow the pro-designers movement with Webydo. For any professional designer it is a must use platform.

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Pantone Christmas Card?http://www.andrewkelsall.com/pantone-christmas-card/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/pantone-christmas-card/#comments Sat, 07 Dec 2013 21:14:03 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4076 This Pantone Christmas Card was designed by talented creative, Patrick Hill, who is currently studying for a degree in the Communication Art & Design at the University of Louisville. As you can see in the image below, there's a red Pantone Santa Claus, a green Pantone Elf and brown reindeers!

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This Pantone Christmas Card was designed by talented creative, Patrick Hill, who is currently studying for a degree in the Communication Art & Design at the University of Louisville. As you can see in the image below, there’s a red Pantone Santa Claus, a green Pantone Elf and brown reindeers!

Pantone Christmas Card

…This card was designed as the annual Christmas greeting for a printing company.

Pantone colours displayed: Pantone 1797 C, 325 C, 732 C and 325 C.

Further Information: “Pantone Christmas Card” | Copyright © Patrick Hill. You can see the original post of Patrick’s profile here.


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How to Fix a Broken iMac, with Andrew Kelsall!http://www.andrewkelsall.com/fix-broken-imac-andrew-kelsall/ http://www.andrewkelsall.com/fix-broken-imac-andrew-kelsall/#comments Tue, 03 Dec 2013 19:20:52 +0000 http://www.andrewkelsall.com/?p=4072 Yes, its been a while since my last posting here on Andrew Kelsall Design. Whilst working on many projects (I'll update my portfolio soon), my hard drive started to fail on my iMac. Nooooo! Here's a a really dodgy photo of me fixing the little blighter...

Andrew Kelsall and the Broken iMac

Andrew Kelsall, Designer from Hemsworth

A few months ago, the internal hard drive made high-pitched noises and clicking sounds. I made sure my time machine backup was in order then formatted the internal drive and started over. It worked ...for just a while. Then, one day, it just failed on me.

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Yes, its been a while since my last posting here on Andrew Kelsall Design. Whilst working on many projects (I’ll update my portfolio soon), my hard drive started to fail on my iMac. Nooooo! Here’s a a really dodgy photo of me fixing the little blighter…

Andrew Kelsall and the Broken iMac

Andrew Kelsall, Designer from Hemsworth

A few months ago, the internal hard drive made high-pitched noises and clicking sounds. I made sure my time machine backup was in order then formatted the internal drive and started over. It worked …for just a while. Then, one day, it just failed on me.

I was sad. I sort of looked like myself in the image above.

After researching what to do about this, I found out I could still boot my iMac from an external drive. So, I bought another drive and installed Mac OS X on an external drive. It worked, but my computer was slow — and the Mac fan was going at it full speed.

This was annoying, and I could not design. Sigh…

Anyway, I did some more research and found out how to fix my own Mac (I tried to get a quote for a repair shop to fix it, but they would would need over a week to look at the machine and order parts. Way to fussy for me!).

How to Fix Your Own iMac

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Here’s what I did:

• I Visited iFixit and found a guide on how to fix my machine. I had to get the model number from the base of the iMac to locate the instructions. Then I used the guide to attain the exact hard drive type and code I needed, then ordered one from eBay!

• Also, I ordered some suction cups to remove the display glass, and some Torex screwdrivers, too.

• I watched a couple of YouTube videos showing iMac repairs to build my confidence.

• The iFixit instructions were available (for free) to download as a PDF file, which I printed and followed to the letter.

• After I fixed the machine, it worked perfectly. I was happy, as the total repair cost was only £48 ($70 USD).

…Sorry, I don’t have a photo of this. True story.

Have You fixed your own iMac before? How did it go?


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