Category Archives: Resources

Adobe’s Colour Palette

Designing a colour palette for your media project can be overwhelming. And on larger projects it can be especially hard to get everyone involved thinking the same way.

A good place to start is an image that expresses the mood or ‘feel’ that you are after then use a program such as Adobe Kuler to extract specific colours.

http://kuler.adobe.com/

Article by Mark


Panning in Audio Production

Panning.

What’s it all about then eh?

If you’ve ever been confused by all this left, right, stereo interleaved, surround stuff – this is the document for you.  From the very very basics that you really should know so you don’t laughed at in front of your peers when you hand in a mono mix – to some of the philosophies of mixing in surround formats for film and video.

AND IT HAS A DIAGRAMS WITH PICTURES OF KERRY KING – SLAYER LEAD GUITARIST!!!

You can’t get more awesome than that!

– Dan


10 Templates that Solve Problems for Web Developers

Net.Tuts+ have posted this really good article, which was written by Jarel Remick on the 27th November. The article showcases ten very useful templates that you can download and use yourself to help you with some common problems that Web developers and designers face. Some of these templates include:

and much more.

To view the entire article please go an visit Nettuts here