The Art of the Film Title in the History of Cinema

Have you ever thought of what makes you remember a certain movie or TV show? Of course, it’s the story being told, you’ll say. But what about movies such as Goldfinger, Seven and Snatch? What’s the first thing that comes to mind? We are pretty sure their opening title sequences stick out for many of you.

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The History of Web Design Blogs

Although the article may seem rather subjective to you, we hope that it will give you at least some basic understanding of how it all started and evolved into its current state.

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  • Date: 17 May, 2010
  • Published by: PelFusion
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A Closer Look at Choosing Between Flash and jQuery

Instead of trying to replace Flash, it’s more effective, in our opinion, to use jQuery in a completely different niche, like creating web applications that are a balance of visual attractiveness and functionality.

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  • Date: 4 August, 2010
  • Published by: Onextrapixel
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A Starter Kit for Business Card Designer

This post targets a diverse audience. It features a collection of remarkable business card designs that could help you in your search for creative ideas. The round-up of fresh tutorials and business card templates further down might come in handy for those who don’t have the skills or experience to design their own.

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Fashion Websites: Trends and Case Studies

In this post, we’ll look at websites from the fashion industry. We spoke with two developers whose websites differed in style and implementation to find out the considerations involved in designing a website for a fashion brand. Further below, you’ll find a collection of smart websites done by clothing designers, photographers, make-up artists and other players.

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The first thing I'd like you to know about me is that I'm devoted to writing. In addition to that, I'm imaginative and down-to-earth, curious and sceptic, responsible and risky, progressive and consevative. Somehow all this unites and interweaves to make up Julia May, a freelance web copywriter, blogger and researcher. To see how that's possible, check out my portfolio.


Other Projects

I'm chief-editor at PhotoInterview, an online journal dedicated to the interviews with talented photographers from all over the world. It is available in two languages — English and Russian.

I have a passion for crafting things. Soon an online shop of my hand-made felt goodies will be launched.



I've been writing regularly for ReadyPhotoSite Blog from August 2009 till July 2010, writing at average 2 posts per week.

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The reason of FlashMint being unique in its way is the adoption of new flash technologies in creation of best Flash Templates for any purpose and for all tastes.

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Website builder by Site2You is a handy tool to create a website in minutes. You will easily make a website and put it online. Absolutely no skills required.

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I've been writing occasionally for FlashScope Blog during a year.

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