The Flying houses of Laurent Chehere

Flying Houses, by French artist Laurent Chehere, is series of photographs depicting what it would actually be like if these homes decided to up and drift away, similar to Disney’s movie Up.

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The bits and bolts for designing user interfaces

Free Sketching & Wireframing Kit
The Sketching & Wireframing Kit is a free set of elements for sketching and wireframing. It consists of form elements, icons, indicators, feedback messages, tool tips, navigation elements, image placeholders, embedded videos, sliders and common ad banners. The Kit comes in two vector formats, one for Adobe Illustrator and the other in SVG, which can be easily modified. It can also be downloaded in PDF and EPS formats.

Wireframe Resources

Browser Form Elements PSD
Included in this PSD file are form elements for Mac Firefox 3 and another for Vista IE7.

Wireframe Resources

Web Form Elements Volume 1
Volume 1 contains a selection of Web user interace elements for forms in Photoshop format.

Wireframe Resources

Web Form Elements Vol.2
This is Volume 2 of the Web Form UI Elements mentioned above and has been designed in a different style.

Wireframe Resources

Photoshop Button Templates
These Photoshop button templates have been separated into individual layers to be easily selectable. You can choose from the following colors: dark blue, light blue, dark green, light green, yellow, orange, red and purple.

Wireframe Resources

4 great Interface stencil kits: MacOS, Facebook, Browsers, Iphone

This will come handy if you need to design an app, or just wonder how interfaces are graphically built.

Mac OS X Interface Stencil Kit
Leopardy interface stencil kit. This one makes extensive use of tables, for maximum flexibility while maintaining pixel precision.

Wireframe Resources

Facebook Applications Stencil Kit
A pretty sizable collection of Facebook related elements to use in creating wireframes for Facebook applications.

Wireframe Resources

Photoshop Browser Templates
This layered PSD file contains three different browser resolutions; all with easily editable titles, address bars, scroll bars and favicons. Just open the PSD and place the layers on top of the design that you are working on, and voila!

Wireframe Resources

Ultimate iPhone Stencil – Graffletopia
This Omnigraffe iPhone stencil kit contains backgrounds, title bars, buttons, selectors and all other iPhone UI elements. It can be easily resized horizontally by ungrouping, resizing the middle element and then regrouping the elements back into a single button.

Wireframe Resources

5 best Ipad apps for on-the-go web interface design

Adobe Ideas

ipad apps

Adobe Ideas is your digital sketchbook, letting you capture and explore ideas anywhere you go. Adobe Ideas is an ideal companion for the professional design applications from Adobe, including Adobe Illustrator® and Adobe Photoshop® software.

iMockups

ipad apps

iMockups gives you rapid wireframing and app design on your iPad.

Air Display

ipad apps

With Air Display, you can use your iPad as a wireless display for your Mac OS X computer. It lets you position your iPad next to your computer, drag windows onto it, and interact with those windows as you would on any other computer display.

Ego

ipad apps

Ego gives you one central—and lovely—location to check web statistics that matter to you. You can quickly view the number of visits to yo

Gusto

ipad apps

Gusto is a full-featured website development environment designed exclusively for the iPad with a focus on workflow and usability.

ur website (including daily, hourly and monthly numbers), feed subscription totals and changes, how many people are following you on Twitter and more.

Photoshop ’til you drop, H&M fakes virtual models as real

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High Street fashion chain H&M has admitted the swimwear models featured in its latest online catalogue are not real. ‘We take pictures of the clothes on a doll that stands in the shop, and then create the human appearance with a program on [a] computer . . . The message is clear: buy our clothes, not our models.’

That’s a lot of Photoshop effort for … exactly what?

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2071877/H-M-uses-models-created-computers-real-women-advertise-clothes.html#ixzz1hXd7LVwW