When we create Art or Digital Design, we hold the copyright, which is our special right as the author to hold that work. We have power over who else is able to use our work. The things that are copyright are referred to as intellectual property Act.
When we talk about copyright. First we want to know clear idea about copyright & we should able to answer to “What is copy right?
Copyright: Rights given by law to the creators for their literary & artistic works. There are two forms
Economic rights: include the right to reproduce, sell, rent, distribute, communicate to the public, translate etc
replicated Cover the right to claim the authorship and oppose distortion or mutilation of the work.
In this article we’ll have a look at some websites that are a bit different to what we usually see. Web design sure has come a long way in recent years, and we can see all kinds of creative and unique websites popping up.
This collection is comprised of websites offering many different services/merchandise. They’re colorful, funny, artistic and more. What they all have in common is the fact that they do stand out a bit – at least they did to us.
Many technological innovations rely upon User Interface Design to elevate their technical complexity to a usable product. User Interface Design enters the design process. While product engineers focus on the technology, usability specialists focus on the user interface. For greatest efficiency and cost effectiveness.
When applied to computer software, User Interface Design is also known as Human-Computer Interaction or HCI.
Optimized User Interface Design requires a systematic approach to the design process. But, to ensure optimum performance, Usability Testing is required. This empirical testing permits naïve users to provide data about what does work as anticipated and what does not work.
In this tutorial, we’ll explore how to add more energy and dynamism to a photo. The effects can be extended and used on a multitude of photos to create a feeling of motion and vibrancy to a static image.
The tutorial was created and written by renowned artist Mike Harrison (a.k.a. destill) and this is his first tutorial for a blog. His work has been featured in Computer Arts and Advanced Photoshop magazines.
OK, enough of an introduction, and on with the tutorial…
Do experience designers shape how users feel or do they shape with respect to how users feel? A small but important nuance. Did you catch it? No? Then let me ask you this way: Do architects design houses or do they design “inhabitant experiences?” The bullshit answer is “They design inhabitant experiences.” The pragmatic answer is: “They design houses.” The cautious answer is: Architects design houses that lead to a spectrum of experiences, some foreseen, some not. But they do not design all possible experiences one can have in a house.