Read more about 50 classic video game cover art redesigns at CreativeBloq.com
Video games often serve as the perfect inspiration for an illustration, and it often seems like every designer has at least one reinterpretation of a video game cover in their portfolio, but this project wins the prize for sheer volume.
Read more about Squarespace redesigns its creative tools at CreativeBloq.com
We’re big fans of Squarespace – the browser-based service for creatives who want to build a website via a drag and drop interface. So we’re pleased to see it’s just launched its biggest update in two years. Based on a completely new codebase, Squarespace 7 introduces a streamlined new interface, including a split-screen experience that means you can make live edits without switching back and forth between preview mode and your Website Manager.
Read more about Instagram, Facebook and Twitter logos get the breast redesigns ever at CreativeBloq.com
The logos cleverly include hands and breasts to raise awarness of an important issue
Rdio, the best music-streaming service that (statistically) you’re not using, is unveiling a smart redesign Thursday morning aimed at helping you discover new music faster. Free users will see the web and mobile apps place near-total emphasis on Rdio’s ad-supported radio stations, including more than 60 programmed by new human curators, while seeing fewer pleas to upgrade to the premium version. And all users will have access to the service’s useful new “Home” feed, which offers Facebook-like stories about trending and notable artists, songs, and albums. (It’s rolling out to users over the next couple of weeks.)
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Read more about 8 of the most innovative web redesigns ever at CreativeBloq.com
Successful redesigns aren’t about bringing a site up to date by shoehorning in trendy design elements. Flat design, parallax scrolling and reams of SVG illustrations might rescue a site from being visually passé, but the very best redesigns introduce whole news ways of interacting with a site’s content.
Read more about What’s the point of unsolicited redesigns? at CreativeBloq.com
For better or worse, uncommissioned, unsolicited and uninvited redesigns have become somewhat of a fad. There’s even a whole site dedicated to showcasing them, called Uninvited Designs.
Read more about The biggest logo redesigns of 2014 so far at CreativeBloq.com
Whether it’s a redesign or an entirely new execution, 2014 has already seen a bunch of great logo designs. Here we take a look at some of the best ones to be released in these few short weeks of January…
Read more about 10 redesigns for the Google Chrome logo at CreativeBloq.com
Chrome is a free web browser that was launched by Google back in 2008. In just six short years it’s gone on to be a massive success, occupying around a 39 per cent share of the worldwide usage of web browsers, and for very good reason.
Read more about The 20 biggest logo redesigns of 2013 at CreativeBloq.com
On the day a new logo design is launched for a familiar brand, the first reactions are usually overwhelmingly negative. Once some time has passed and the new design has entered daily use, though, it can be a different story. So here we take a look back at the 20 biggest brands to release a new logo in 2013. Now you’ve got used to them and see them in context, what do you really think of them? Let us know in the comments below!