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Daniel Reese or how he calls himself “Sneaker Freaker” is 21 years old designer of these unusual and unique sneakers. He is taking plain Nike shoes and turning them into playful part of your outfit. The themes that he is using are web, video games, music, movies, comics and many other pop culture designs.

If you want to own one of these sneakers or any other with custom made designs, you can order them from his web shop. One pair of these shoes will cost you about $260 and usually Daniel need 4-6 weeks to make them.




Video games


Super Sonic


Miles “Tails” Prower


Knuckles the Echidna




Super Mario





Michael Jackson


Michael Jackson / Thriller




John Lennon


Bob Marley


2 Pac


Kid Cudi



Justice League


Green Latern




Captain America







V for Vendetta


Reservoir Dogs


Kill Bill


Iron Man


The Simpsons

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Posted: May 30, 2010 in design

Course Description

Today’s websites are increasingly dynamic. Pages are no longer static HTML files but instead generated by scripts and database calls. User interfaces are more seamless, with technologies like Ajax replacing traditional page reloads. This course teaches students how to build dynamic websites with Ajax and with Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (LAMP), one of today’s most popular frameworks. Students learn how to set up domain names with DNS, how to structure pages with XHTML and CSS, how to program in JavaScript and PHP, how to configure Apache and MySQL, how to design and query databases with SQL, how to use Ajax with both XML and JSON, and how to build mashups. The course explores issues of security, scalability, and cross-browser support and also discusses enterprise-level deployments of websites, including third-party hosting, virtualization, colocation in data centers, firewalling, and load-balancing.


  1. HTTP Lecture


    Lecture 1 – HTTP

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of HTTP in building dynamic websites.

  2. PHP Lecture


    Lecture 2 – PHP

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of PHP in building dynamic websites.

  3. PHP (continued) Lecture


    Lecture 3 – PHP (continued)

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of PHP in building dynamic websites.

  4. XML Lecture


    Lecture 4 – XML

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of XML in building dynamic websites.

  5. XML (continued) Lecture


    Lecture 5 – XML (continued)

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of XML in building dynamic websites.

  6. SQL Lecture


    Lecture 6 – SQL

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of SQL in building dynamic websites.

  7. SQL (continued) Lecture


    Lecture 7 – SQL (continued)

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of SQL in building dynamic websites.

  8. JavaScript Lecture


    Lecture 8 – JavaScript

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of JavaScript in building dynamic websites.

  9. JavaScript (continued) Lecture


    Lecture 9 – JavaScript (continued)

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of JavaScript in building dynamic websites.

  10. Ajax Lecture


    Lecture 10 – Ajax

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of Ajax in building dynamic websites.

  11. Ajax (continued) Lecture


    Lecture 11 – Ajax (continued)

    Professor David J. Malan discusses the use of Ajax in building dynamic websites.

  12. Security Lecture


    Lecture 12 – Security

    Professor David J. Malan discusses security as it pertains to building dynamic websites.

  13. Scalability Lecture


    Lecture 13 – Scalability

    Professor David J. Malan discusses scalability as it pertains to building dynamic websites.

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There are a lot of browsers out there beyond the few that most people code for. The most recent one I’ve run into is Navigaya, which might better be described as a Flash-based browser experience for those addicted to sensory assault. When you visit the Navigaya site (use full-screen for hte best experience), it starts playing music videos from a customizable playlist as wallpaper. In front of that, you can run a search (and see results from multiple engines at one) or browse the web.

While all that’s going on, you can explore the various menus and shortcuts that Navigaya has to chunks of web. These are customizable with your own links too, but the starting set is a good portal to many common sites, categorized into areas like “maps” or “fashion”. Their Category menu gives you browsable news from many sources at once, with headlines and videos as well. All in all, it’s a surprisingly engaging way to explore the web, though I don’t know that I’d try to use it when I wanted to get serious work done.

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Infinite Knots on the Behance Network

Posted: February 15, 2010 in design, images

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47 Amazing CSS3 Animation Demos

Posted: February 4, 2010 in design

CSS3 Clock With jQuery

css3 clock

Analogue Clock

analogue clock

3D Cube That Rotates Using Arrow Keys

3d cube

Multiple 3D Cubes (Slide In/Out)

multiple 3d cubes

CSS3 Accordion

css3 clock

Auto-Scrolling Parallax

auto scrolling parallax



Image Gallery

image gallery



7 Javascript-effect Alternatives Using CSS3

javascript effect alternatives

Image Hover Effects

css3 clock

Turning Coke Can (Control With Scrollbar)

coke can

3D Meninas

3d meninas

Polaroid Gallery

polaroid gallery


Note: this one is graphic intense and takes a while to load, but the result is crazy!


Mac Dock

css3 clock

Drop-In Modals

drop in modals

Sliding Vinyl

sliding vinyl

Zooming Polaroids

zooming polaroids

Animated Rocket

animated rocket

Poster Circle

poster circle

Morphing Cubes

morphing cubes

Falling Leaves

falling leaves

Animated Polaroid Gallery

polaroid gallery

Spotlight Cast Shadow

spotlight cast shadow

Colorful Clock

colorful clock

Lightbox Gallery (Draggable)

css3 clock

Elastic Thumbnail Menu

elastic thumbnail menu





jQuery DJ Hero

dj hero

Dynamic Stacking Cards

stacking cards

Another Image Gallery

image gallery

Snow Stack (Control With Arrow Keys)

snow stack

Animated Pricing Column

animated pricing column

Slick jQuery Menu

slick jquery menu


sticky notes

CSS Tabs Without Javascript

css tabs

Tab Menus Without Javascript

tab menus

SVG Fisheye Menu

fisheye menu

Dynamic Presentation Without Flash

dynamic presentation

Rotating Gallery

rotating gallery

Dropdown Menu

dropdown menu

Another Fisheye


Frame-by-Frame Animation (Hover to Play)

css3 animation

Another Accordion

another accordion

AT-AT Walker (No Flash or Javascript)

css3 animation walker

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What to Expect in 2010: UX/UI Design Simplicity

Web Design – Website Designers

Posted: February 4, 2010 in design, web
Newest Web Designers

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Sharp End LLC is a small application and web design firm based in the heart of horse country in Georgetown, Kentucky. Sharp End sp… more

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Most designers charge $500 to $1000 for a custom page. If economic times are difficult for me they must also be difficult on the s… more

Small Dot Designs [Mobile, AL]

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JPFaskas Studios [Victoria, TX]

A design firm in Victoria Texas dedicated to providing low cost, high quality websites for small businesses. You wouldn’t walk int… more

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jsteel Design LLC specializes in creating visual solutions that help solve your company’s creative needs in both print and web…. more

Robert Edilson [Marion, IA]

Simple, affordable web design for small businesses, artists, and organizations of all types…. more

Green On Design [Little Rock, AR]

If you need a website designed, branding, logos, business cards, graphics, stationary, letterhead, flyers, etc? we at Green On D… more

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47 Amazing CSS3 Animation Demos

47 Amazing CSS3 Animation Demos

Here is a compilation of 47 jaw-dropping CSS3 animation demos. They demonstrate the possibilities of the CSS3 transform and transition property. Some are very useful and can be used as Javascript alternatives. Most of them are simply to look cool. In order to veiw these effects, you need a webkit browser such as Safari and Chrome (sorry to the Internet Explorer users). Enjoy!

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