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July 28, 2010

Graphic Design Online Magazine#2

6. Eye Magazine
Eye website, an index of the quarterly print magazine for everyone involved in graphic design and visual culture.
 Source : Eye Magazine
Download : Eye Magazine Issue 76 

7. Design is Kinky
Design is Kinky is an design and art magazine, bringing from Sydney, Australia since 1998.
Source : Design is Kinky

8. Communication Arts
Communication Arts and www.commarts.com are owned and operated by Coyne & Blanchard, Inc.
Founded in 1959, Communication Arts is the premier source of inspiration for graphic designers, art directors, design firms, corporate design departments, advertising agencies, interactive designers, illustrators and photographers—everyone involved in visual communication. Whether in print or online, CA's editorials, feature articles and the annual competitions it sponsors provide new ideas and information, while promoting the highest professional standards for the field. Now in its 50th year, CA continues to showcase the current best—from industry veterans to tomorrow's innovators—in design, advertising, illustration, photography and interactive media.
 Source : Commarts
 Buy Current Issue : 2010 July/August Photography Annual 51

9.CMYK Magazine
The Art-Design Magazine as Recruitment Tool.

Bridging the Gap Between Emerging Artists and Creative Professionals.
CMYK Magazine is where aspiring creatives showcase their talents to an industry driven by inspiration and new ways of creative problem solving. At the same time, CMYK Magazine is where creative directors, agency principals and art buyers recruit students and recent graduates at today's top art-design schools: art directors, copywriters, designers, photographers and illustrators.

The Freshest Creative Hand-Picked by the Best in the Business.
CMYK Magazine's quarterly Call For Aspiring Creatives is open to emerging artists across the globe in the fields of art direction, copywriting, design, photography and illustration. Each
issue of CMYK Magazine features as many as 100 selections from more than 80 art-design students attending over 30 of the world’s leading art-design schools, departments and workshops. Every piece is selected for print by the industry's most influential creative professionals.

Education Through Inspiration.
Along with a diverse creative showcase, CMYK Magazine reports on those events and individuals breathing new life into commercial art: art-design professionals, juniors, students, graduates and educators dedicating their careers to making the communication art industry a more inspiring place for all of us.

 Source : CMYK Magazine

10.CGIndia Magazine
CG India is an online Magazine and CG portal which provides wealth of information on 3d, Animation, Computer Graphics and Visual Effects (VFX). CGIndia is founded (in, Year 2005) with a simple idea of, Providing dedicated source of information and resource useful for the CG artists. CG India is committed to provide valuable features, which helps CG Artists in their creative pursuit and raising standards for the entire industry.
CGIndia is one of the first CG website who took advantage of RSS syndication for providing real-time news coverage via CGIndia Feed and can also be accessed using mobile device such as PDA, Cell phones etc. Since our launch , we have grown tremendously from getting couple of hundred visitors per month to more then 2,50,000+ visitors per month and still growing in a very-2 healthy manner. CGIndia not only promote use of computer graphics world wide, it's always looks for new talented CG Artist to guide and help them, as well as bring them in notice of CG Industry. Our website provides the most comprehensive content, reviews, Articles, tutorials, free 3d models, textures, and daily World-Wide News updates for the CG Artists, 3d professionals, Animators and Visual Effects (VFX) Artists!!

Graphic Software and Hardware Vendors can send in their products for a unbiased REVIEW. Please do mind that your product will not be returned and shipping cost will not be Reimbursed . In case of software’s; the software will be retained under Non Commercial Use License and will only/strictly be used for the purpose of writing review and free tutorials. For our shipping address, please mail us at cgindia@gmail.com

 Source : CGIndia


July 11, 2010

Webvanta - Web CMS for Designers Power Without Pain

Design sites your way, with your tools. Integrate your code with Webvanta’s Web CMS and database features. Deliver sites with structured content with no server code or programmer costs. Your client gets a winning design and an easily maintained, content-rich site.

Everything You Need, and Then Some
Webvanta puts no constraints on your design. You can use any HTML, CSS, and JavaScript you want to, and don't have to change the way you structure your pages. It's designed for people who are comfortable working with HTML and CSS, and want the power of a sophisticated CMS without having to learn a bunch of cryptic back-end technology or depend on others to implement their designs.

Integrated Blog
Easily add a full-featured blog that looks consistent with the rest of your site, completely searchable and customizable.

Information Portal
Webvanta's optional information portal system makes it easy to organize hundreds - even thousands - of articles and links to resources, books, events, and more.

Custom Forms
Easily create custom forms with whatever fields you need. Validation, email notifications and automatic database integration features are built in, which allows you to focus on the less tedious aspects of form design.

Photo Gallery
Webvanta comes with a built-in photo gallery and slideshow. With automatic thumbnail generation and dynamic resizing, it's easy to add photos at any time.

Easily integrate your site with third-party hosted shopping carts like PayPal or FoxyCart. The customizable database makes creating a rich product catalog quick and simple.

Events Calendar
Your site can easily manage a database of events, with code snippets provided for a variety of visual implementations.

RSS Feeds
Serve up feeds for your blog and portal data (if applicable). Customize them to your heart's content, even add feeds for your custom databases.

July 5, 2010

Graphic Design Online Magazine

    Today, many graphic designers ameliorated by the existence of scattered references on the internet. one of them is E-Magazine. Many e-magazine showcase artworks from many famous designers, and amateur. ranging from retro to contemporary style. ranging from pure and applied arts (graphic design). also give tutorial in making an artwork. Even, we can follow the competition organized by the e-magazine sites. E-Magz obtain a free or paid. yup, it certainly is no shortage and excess. There are some e-magazine sites, check they out :)

1. Newwebpick.com
    NWP (newwebpick.com), founded in 2001, is become one of the most reputable global community   platform for the creative industry. It is difficult today to seek out creative and innovative designs, for there are simply too many designers and portfolios out there in the world. With the internet, it has become easier than ever to showcase one��s work and to proclaim as a designer. As one of the most professional community for the creative industry, it is our mission to seek, to show and to recommend all most excellent creative designers globally. In addition, we also provide a platform for creative professionals, who are willing to show their creative works, to share their inspiration and originality, and to welcome any constructive comments from other professionals from all over the world
About NWP E-magazine
Newwebpick e-magazine, our first issue coming out in 2004, generated 1.8 million readers downloaded within a month. Today, our e-magazine becomes the world most distributed e-magazine for the creative industry.Every single edition attracted more than 4 million readers (independent IP) downloaded from 159 countries, mainly in N America, Europe, South America, China, South East Asia, Japan, Korea, Middle East and Africa.
The readers are all mostly highly-qualified professionals between 22 �C 45, involved or obsessed with new creative related artworks and lifestyle. 95% of our readers are urban dwellers, from NYC, London, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Singapore and so on.

Download : Issue 27
Source : Newwebpick

2. Artzmania.com
    Artzmania is an independent venture showcasing outstanding international creativity and culture. With blazing passion for design, it is the latest platform for Designer's Territory to inspire, express and share with fellow art enthusiast profiling diversified design. Founded in January 2007 by a team of arts and graphic enthusiasts in Malaysia and exclusively supported by Spotbit.com, Artzmania.com was officially launched in January 2007. This super e-zine has attracted international designers in their quest to showcase their superb creativity through design and arts and is distributed on worldwide platform for all walks of life to enjoy. It is widely recognized as one of the most successful free e-zine in the web.
Artzmania team welcomes all who enjoy this super e-zine and thank all the contributors.

Download : Designer and The Studio
Source : Artzmania

3. Printmag.com
    Print is a bimonthly magazine about visual culture and design. Founded in 1940 by William Edwin Rudge, Print is dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary in design on and off the page. Covering a field as broad as communication itself—publication and book design, animation and motion graphics, corporate branding and rock posters, exhibitions and street art—Print covers commercial, social, and environmental design from every angle. Engagingly written by cultural reporters and critics who look at design in its social, political, and historical contexts, Print explores why our world looks the way it looks, and why the way it looks matters.
In 2009, Print was awarded the American Society of Magazine Editors’ National Magazine Award for General Excellence in its circulation category for the second year in a row. A five-time winner, Print has been cited numerous times by the Society of Publication Designers, AIGA, The Art Directors Club, and The Type Directors Club.
In its 2008 citation, ASME wrote: "Proving that just looking great isn’t enough, Print stands out in a cluttered field with its expansive view of its subject, its relentless curiosity, and its determination to look at design not in a vacuum but as a crucial gateway to popular culture, the environment, even politics."
Print's contributing editors include Colin Berry, John Canemaker, Michael Dooley, Cathy Fishel, Martin Fox,Steven Heller, Jeremy Lehrer, Patric King, Debbie Millman, Rick Poynor, Todd Pruzan, Ellen Shapiro, Paul Shaw, Su, Anthony Vagnoni, and Tom Vanderbilt.

If you are interested in writing for or advertising in the magazine, please see our 2010 editorial calendar; you can download it here. Advertisers should also consult our Advertising Information and Print Media Kit information page. If you have a question or comment, have an article idea to submit, need help with your subscription, or want to order a DVD or back issue, here's how to contact us.

Buy : Print April 2010
Source : PrintMag

4. ComputerArts.com
    The NEW Computer Arts website is brought to you by Future, which publishes over 100 consumer magazines worldwide. Future produces carefully targeted special-interest magazines for people who share a passion.
We aim to satisfy that passion by delivering some of the world’s best-selling magazines serving the creative industry. Across all of our creative titles; Computer Arts, Computer Arts Projects, 3D World and MacFormat, you will find step-by-step tutorials, tonnes of tips and tricks for web design, typography, 3D, animation, motion graphics and multimedia. Together with reviews of the latest hardware and software releases, enhance your skills and knowledge with creative tips, technical advice and interviews from the leading experts in the global design world.
If you are looking for practical, authoritative and passionate advice in your area of interest, a subscription to one of our creative titles is a must. Every month, each magazine comes with a cover-mounted disk containing tutorials, demos, applications and more.
Download : Tale of Rock 2010
Source : Computerarts

5. HowDesign.com 
    HOW magazine’s goal is to help designers, whether they work for a design firm, for an in-house design department or for themselves, run successful, creative, profitable studios.
HOW strives to serve the business, technological and creative needs of graphic-design professionals. The magazine provides a practical mix of essential business information, up-to-date technological tips, the creative whys and hows behind noteworthy projects, and profiles of professionals who are influencing design.
Founded in 1985, the HOW brand now extends beyond the print magazine to annual events for design professionals, yearly design competitions, digital products and books.
The magazine is published in Cincinnati by F&W Publications

Buy : HOW July/August 2010
Source : HOW Design

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July 2, 2010


       Corel Draw released the latest series, namely Corel Draw X5, upgrading from the previous series. this series there are some additional features, such as Built-in content organizer, Enhanced! Drawing tools, New Color Management Engine, Enhanced! Compatibility (work with dozens of formats, including PDF, JPG, PNG, EPS, AI, TIFF, PSD and DOCX). for additional applications namely - swish Minimax PhotoZoom Pro ™ 2 and 2 (PHOTO-PAINT plug-ins to enlarge digital images), the additional applications can be if we do the registration. curious? just try it!

Download : 
Corel Draw X5
Crack Corel Draw X5

Source : Ebenk , Corel