Working Examples

Digital Art and Design
General articles about everyday working examples and applications for digitla art.

Aardman.com - Flash On Their Website star
So how did these professional animators create a Flash website for their business? If you take a look at their website, www.aardman.com, you will notice that their site is built on some basic principles of web animation and Flash design.

Avery.com - Your Place For Creative Printing star
Creating and printing your own business cards, stationary or computer crafts has become increasingly popular now that personal inkjet printers are priced for the average consumer. And products for your inkjet printer have exploded onto the market. One of the leaders in this area is the Avery

Disney's Haunted Mansion Virtual Tour star
Disney's The Haunted Mansion website. The website has a lot, but the feature I want to talk about here is the interactive virtual tour of the Haunted Mansion. What I liked about the virtual tour is that it has so many examples of how to use digital animation in an interactive web application.

Electronic Greeting Card Websites star
The privately owned ecard websites that managed not to disappear when the large commercial ecard websites took over the market.

Hidden Object Game Graphics star
Hidden objects games are a great way to have fun while checking out other artist's digital graphics and style.

IncrediMail - A New Type of Email star
IncrediMail is an email program that has evolved far beyond other programs that read and send email. I have a lot of fun using this program and I think you will too.

IncrediMail - A New Type of Email 2 star
IncrediMail is an email program that has evolved far beyond other programs that read and send email. I have a lot of fun using this program and I think you will too.

Jacquie Lawson Flash Ecards 2008 star
Jacquie Lawson´s Flash ecards continue to be the best on the web. Today, I received my annual email notice about Jacquie´s new Christmas and winter ecards.

Making Artist Trading Cards on Your Computer star
The Artist Trading Card, or ATC, has been around for many years. With the increased popularity of the Internet, artists have begun to share their miniature works of art online. As you would expect, the idea of creating your Artist Trading Card on your computer was not too far behind.

Ojolie Flash Animated Ecards star
Although the Ojolie website has been around for only two years now, their inventory has grown to over 40 ecards. Frederikke Tu is the artist who creates not only the beautiful watercolor artwork but also the Flash animation for each ecard.

Pamela Gladding Ecards star
Pamela Gladding has been designing for many years and now has brought her beautiful floral and traditional images to the ecard market. Pamela has a great collection of ecards that you will enjoy and she has partnered with several artist friends, giving her collection a wide variety of styles.

SVGCuts - Marketing and Quality star
One of the newest ideas in digital crafting is SVG cutting files and one of the best examples of a business dedicated to this type of crafting is SVGCuts, which is owned by Mary Rudakas and Leo Kowal.

The Evolution Of Mailable Art - The E-Card star
In some ways e-cards aren´t much different from the old-fashioned greeting cards. The main feather of the card is still the artwork. Except today the artwork is digital, the mailman is the World Wide Web, and that long list of names and addresses has been converted into a digital address book.

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