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The Most Popular Design Blogs by Twitter Followers and Facebook Fans

Today we release a new infographic, this time based on our own research. There are a ton of roundups & lists with popular design & development blogs. So we made a different classification of these blogs – by social media popularity. We ranked them by the total number of Twiter followers & Facebook fans

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Domain Names 14 Outstanding Sites to Help You Find a Great Domain Name

Good domain names are getting harder to come by thanks to speculators and squatters who think they are going to strike it rich. While this is frustrating don’t let it discourage you. With a bit of creativity and some luck you should be able to find a nice domain name using using the sites I list in this article.

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photoshopresources Awesome Photoshop Resources to Add to Your Favorites

If you are anything like me you are never bored. Why? Because I alway have Photoshop to play around with as well as a seemingly endless supply of Photoshop tools and resources. While Photoshopping my ex-wife’s head on a dog’s butt isn’t the greatest use of my time it is fun and oddly therapeutic. Any way, lets get on to the awesome resources I highly recommend you bookmark.

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pslightray Apply an Awesome Light Ray Effect in Photoshop

This tutorial will show you how to make light rays to create a mystical effect on a photo. The light ray effect is perfect for pictures or shots of scenes with lots of clouds or landscape.

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freepsds Ultimate Collection of Free PSD Sites

Today I thought I would bring together two of my favorite things, Photoshop and free stuff. I am amazed at the quality of PSDs you can find on these sites. It also amazes me that these files are free. So if you are in a hurry and needs some design elements or are just lazy and don’t feel like creating your own, I am positive you can find something to use at one of these sites.

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2011webdesigntrends Web Design Trends in 2011

he web design segment of the Internet has been evolving the past few years, especially in 2010. Some clear trends have surfaced, which are likely to continue in 2011 as well. Long gone are the websites that we were accustomed to in the 90s, with dozens of flashing banners, heavy animations, and background audio.

What are the possible web design trends for 2011?

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stockphotos Top 25 Royalty Free Stock Photo Sites

If you are webmaster looking to add great images to your site, a web designer in need of photos, or a video editor in need of artwork, then knowing the top royalty free stock photo sites could come in handy. Royalty free images are either sold commercially or given away free of charge. If the user has to pay it is typically only once and the images can be used multiple times and in different applications and projects. It is important to read the image licenses carefully since they could carry certain restrictions, however, in most instances once you purchase a royalty free image you can use it on more than one website, include it in your designs, or incorporate it in your promotional and sales videos.

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10 Web Design Mistakes to Avoid

Regardless if you are just starting out as a web designer or you have more than a few hundred designs under your belt, you could …

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