Here is a beautiful and pleasing 2012 Calendar for you. This calendar is titled “Nature.” The photos featured in this calendar are taken by aneeskA (FULLfx). Download links are available below. Also we are sharing the design thoughts. Don’t forget to tell us what you think of our designs as a comment.
On August 15, 2011 we are celebrating Indian Independence Day. To commemorate the occasion, we are releasing ‘Vande Mataram’ Desktop Calendar/Wallpaper.
Download links and a brief on the design are given below.
Continue reading Design – Independence Day Desktop Wallpaper Calendar 2011
I am a big fan of wubi. No other distro but Ubuntu supports installing a linux OS inside windows. So I find myself shift+delete-ing Ubuntu installation once a new one arrives. Over the years, I’ve narrowed down a dozen apps I find installing immediately after the OS itself. This post introduces my favorite (and useful) dozen.
Hamster Time Tracker
As promised, we are publishing 2011 calendar. This calendar is titled “Green” and is using brilliant photos taken by Ashveen Maheshwari. For another version of 2011 calendar, visit this post. Download links are available below. Also don’t forget to tell us what you think of our designs as a comment.
I had a little Christmas present earlier when Acoustics For You took my design to be showcased in their site. The design features the theme of their site and service.
Here’s the design for you to download.
Click on the image to go to the download page that has different resolution files
This year’s calendar has a carton box type corrugated paper board look. The graphic used in this design are from the Custom shape tool library of Photoshop.
I know that it is too late to design a 2009 Calendar. I am looking at the 2008 tabletop calendar that is faded a little bit and has a lot of scribbling – my reminders of various tasks. I was thinking “Well, so far nobody has given me a 2009 calendar. Can I make one myself?” The result: I designed one yesterday and it appears to be nice. So I thought of sharing it with you.
I started the design as a tabletop calendar. Two sheets can be printed on a single A4 sheet. I can make a tabletop calendar with six such sheets and some cellophane tape. Or, I can stick it on to the wall or partition of your cubicle in my workplace. Later I manipulated the pixel ratio such that anyone can use these images as their computer desktop wallpaper. At the moment only 1920X1200 pixel ratio (widescreen) is available for download.
Let us see what went behind the design. I will try to answer your immediate and obvious questions.