generatetheme:

staff:

Introducing the first Premium Themes to the Tumblr Theme Garden!

These Premium Themes display an impeccable aesthetic, attention to detail, and occasionally a specialization (galleries, long text, band sites, business sites, etc.).

They cost between $9 and $49 (most of which goes right into the pockets of the brilliant designers behind them) and are a shining addition to the 350+ beautiful free themes already available.

We’re thrilled that these designers already include the outrageously talented Matthew Buchanan, Jarred Bishop, Mike Harding, MetaLab, Sleepover SF, Peter Vidani, and WooThemes. Thank you!

Check out the launch collection on http://www.tumblr.com/themes/premium


markforrester:

Xenia with the sun setting behind her.

Nice photography here! :)

markforrester:

Xenia with the sun setting behind her.

Nice photography here! :)


davidkaneda:

A Way Back takes a fresh look at default font stack, first citing statistics about pre-installed fonts, then making recommendations for popular sites like Yahoo and Facebook.


Even if Firefox, IE, and Opera halted development today and added no new features, Apple and others on the WebKit team would be working their butts off to make the web richer — because they want it for themselves.
Neven Mrgan, The WebKit monopoly. (via WebKitBits) (via matthewb)

davidkaneda:

37signals teams up with Steve Delahoyde from Coudal to make this excellent “attack ad,” demonstrating why Rework is a better, and fairer, book than Karl Rove’s autobiography. Fantastic.


matthewb:

Hayden Hunter:

The Rest — “Modern Time Travel (Necessities)”

I’m seriously liking The Rest at the moment. They’ve got a 4 track EP The Cried Wolf available for free which includes an awesome cover of Robyn’s With Every Heartbeat.


Like I said, it’s fundamentally unfair to compare it with the Nexus. It’s like a non-fatal Toytota, next to a Ferrari.

davidkaneda:

Sebastiaan de With details his creation of an icon set he did for Interarchy, Mac FTP client.

davidkaneda:

Sebastiaan de With details his creation of an icon set he did for Interarchy, Mac FTP client.


matthewb:

Love the result of Alex Cornell’s branding work for startup Plancast, “the hardest and most fulfilling project in [his] career thus far”. Good, detailed writeup on the ISO50 blog.

matthewb:

Love the result of Alex Cornell’s branding work for startup Plancast, “the hardest and most fulfilling project in [his] career thus far”. Good, detailed writeup on the ISO50 blog.


matthewb:

State of the Internet, a motion type presentation by the Jess3 agency of mostly mind-blowing statistics from the big social networks during 2009.



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