Creative People Networking... Index 3
Continued from the Previous page
MSN Search Engine: How Good Is It?
Rusbiz.com's Nowshade Kabir takes us on a field trip to MSN's new search engine... "consider all the new features of MSN that Google does not have yet, its ability to cover natural language queries, quality level and relevance of results, ability to refine searches, you may want to consider the MSN Search Engine".
Autumn: Fall Fonts Festival
During September and October, DTG readers related some tips and tricks about their favorite fonts, font download sites, techniques and philosophies surrounding type and typography. So here are the top posts from October's winning designers on Typography....
LA Art Scene: Snap to Grid
Mix the LA art scene with an open show where every entry will be shown, and what do you get? Snap To Grid.
August Winners: Design School
During July DTG readers related some tips and tricks about their favorite learning experiences. So here are the top posts from August's winning designers on learning and education....
JULY Winners: Patriotic Design
During June we asked our DTG readers were asked to relate insights, emotions and antidotes about patriotic art and design in their country. July's winning designers on Patriotism...
This month we introduce Julianne Nardone and Janet Bertucci -- Beautiful graphic design from Ashland Masschusetts and Cambridge Massachusetts; and the design power behind Designing Words and Folia Graphic Design
June Winners: Design Vacations
During May, DTG readers were asked to relate tips, stories and antidotes about their reflections on taking a vacation. Do you get away from it all -- or do you continue to think about design in your travels? So, take a look at how June's winning designers take their vacations...
Welcome Catherine Morley and her firm Katz Design
Welcome Creative Latitude...
News, reviews and schmooze among some of the more prominent design names in the industry... creatives with "latitude"
Personal Computer Software and Ethics
James Redelfs for the Omaha Macintosh Users' Group newsletter shares his comments about computer ethics. Is this still true today? We invite your comments on Computer Software and Ethics
May Winners: Creative Beginnings Month
MAY is, of course the month to celebrate Mothers's day and the coming of spring for most people in the northern hemisphere. However, did you know it's also "Creative Beginnings Month"... DTG readers sent their tips, stories and antidotes about how they get creative ideas: "Getting Creative Ideas"
APRIL WINNERS: Spring Colors
April showers bring May flowers, but also brings COLOR blooming! These DTG readers share their experiences and comments about: "Favorite Spring Colors"
March Winners: "Luck of the Designer"
Did you feel lucky last month? Did'ya? Well these creative members of the Design Center felt lucky and wrote in to share their experiences. The WIN! Read their winning comments at these links: "Luck of the Designer"
February Winners: "I Love Design"
- Did you Subscribe to the "Design Cafe" list for discussions about all things design & publishing.
- Did you submit your web site for review? So others could see it and comment on it?
- Did you Review any web pages, sharing your comments with other readers?
- Do you use our comments page for sending in your suggestions, praise, complaints! Or, just volunteer to help out!
When you join the community via any of our online forms, we'll send you our low-bandwidth monthly newsletter email. It keeps you up to date of events and new offerings in the Design Center.
All in all the Caeative Networking Center will be very fun and informative, but it's up to YOU to make it a happening place. Everyone would be bored to tears if every post comes from us.
Read some of the comments sent in...
See what people are saying about the Design Center and DT&G. We've flushed out all the 'old' comments and will be updating our reader comments on a regular basis in the Reader Comments Pages.
Thoughts on Computing's Past
These two articles reach back to the dawn of the computing years, before the internet, and still ring true today.
- Cary Lu talks about Computing's Holy Wars
- James Redelfs writes about Personal Computer Software and Ethics
What is DT&G?
DT&G stands for "design, type and graphics." It can also mean "Desktop Graphics" if you prefer. David Pogue of Macworld magazine calls it "Delicous Tips from the Guru!"
How will it benefit you?
DT&G touches on many different topics that are of particular interest to those in desktop publishing, design, marketing, or business in general. We are a reader-driven publication. Most of the items which will appear in DT&G are real-life questions and problems from readers, or folks who have attended any of our workshops, make-over clinics or seminars.
Please take advantage of everything we have to offer.
It will only help you in your daily activities. Please also take advantage of all the opportunities that exist in the online community. Ask questions, offer feedback, and contribute your ideas and opinions. We're here for you, and we're all here for each other.
Participate in your Design Center
Lots of fun and information for all... don't forget, any community is only as good as the participation of its members. We invite your tips, tricks, comments, suggestions and camaraderie.
- SUBSCRIBE : to the DTG Magazine
- Link to this site, and then show us the link. We'll send you any of our current door prizes, just for your trouble.
- READ Our Writer's Guidelines: before sending articles
- SUBMIT: a news link, new font, or product review (Via UGN News Service)
- SUBMIT: a link to a Photoshop web site
- Trademarks & Legal