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Design Talent or Design Skill?

I've always wondered this: "Is there such thing as a talented designer? Or is good design a skill? Or maybe to be a great designer, you need a combination of talent, skill, and experience." Well, I guess it would depend on your definition of what talent and skill is. I looked in the Merriam-Webster dictionary and this is how it defines the two words.

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The Personification of Design

Just how we are constantly trying to fit in with a certain crowd or to be seen in a certain way by our peers in real life, we are doing the same in our digital lives. And by digital lives I mean our social media profiles. If you come to think about it, our online profiles are a lot more than just an extension to our real lives.

I truly believe that in the online world, we are given a lot more freedom to be our true selves as opposed to in ‘the real world’. In the same way many people find it easier to ‘text’ bad news rather than to share it via phone or in person, social media allows us to be the person we want to be without having to face the immediate physiological reactions from others.

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Photoshop Layer Styles in CSS3

I just ran across this awesome project by Felix Niklas and it blew my mind. it's an HTML5 app for creating CSS3 in an intuitive way. The interface is very similar to Photoshop and functions just like it as well. I wrote a little preview/breakdown/review of it.

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The Best Free Fonts for Designers

I've been meaning to write this post but just haven't had the time to do so. I've received several messages and emails asking me about fonts that I use on some of my design projects. I have a pretty large font collection. Some of them are paid, but a lot of them are free! First of all, I suggest investing in some of the best typefaces out there but I also suggest that you take advantage of the free resources that can be found online.

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TechCrunch Redesign

TechCrunch, the group-edited blog about technology start-ups, launched their redesign today. It's quite different from the previous design and it's already drawing a lot of criticism and hate. They redesigned everything, including the logo which is causing quite a stir right now.

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Pushing the Envelope in Web Design

For years, everyone thought that running a mile in four minutes was physically impossible. Roger Bannister, a student at Merton College in Oxford wanted to try and break that record. He wanted to be the first person on earth to run a mile in under four minutes. For months, he kept trying and trying and something always happened that prevented him from breaking the record.

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