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DSLR, Compact or Smartphone camera? This handy flowchart will help you pick the right type of camera for your needs.
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A universal size chart that will help women find perfectly fitting clothes from popular US and UK stores.
You need a pair of red and blue colored 3D glasses to watch any of the 3d videos on YouTube. Learn how you can make your own 3D glasses at home.
You donâ€™t need a mobile phone with a 8-megapixel camera to take good pictures, your existing camera phone with a 3-MP camera can also capture great shots if you follow these simple rules.
Learn how you can make your laptop carrying bag with a jacket.
When people come across a bad presentation, they often put the blame on Microsoft PowerPoint and not the person who created those slides.
This infographic illustrates the most common places where people are most likely to lose their precious cell phone. The locations include buses, airport seats, taxi and even the roof of your car.
Online tools that can help you write your name in unique styles and different languages.
You want to quickly grab something to eat and there are quite a few good fast-food restaurants in your locality to choose from. Where should you eath?
Digital Inspiration now uses a responsive web design that works across all devices. The site sports a clean and minimalist black and white design with a focus on typography.
Meghana and Anoop are getting married and the duo has created a unique infographic style wedding website to invite their friends. The invite has gone viral on Facebook.
You credit card number may look like a random string of 16 digits but those digits reveal a little more than you think.
If you are looking to find the right kind of font /typeface for your design project, this font selection flowchart should come handy.
If you are trying to teach you kid to learn their alphabet, these cartoon images of animals shaped in the form of letters should help.
An excellent collection of calm and soothing nature sounds that can help you both relax as well as concentrate at work.
The Zen of Steve Jobs is a comic book that explores the life of Steve Jobs at the time when he was fired from Apple and his friendship with Kobun Chino, the Buddhist monk.
With these book posters, you can literally hang your favorite book on the wall with the complete text, arranged to depict a memorable scene from the book.
If you are constantly connected and addicted to your gadgets, an illustrated bedtime book might inspire you to turn off those gadgets, disconnect and go to sleep.
May Allen of SlideRocket has created an interesting deck that highlights some of the most dramatic and talked-about presentations of the past decade.
Are you looking for online word builder to make a high-scoring word from all the letters you have in a game of Scrabble?
This presentation by environmentalist Kamal Meattle talks about how you can grow your fresh air at home and office buildings using some commonly available indoor plants.
If there are a mix of people from Japan, China and Korea in a room, can you correctly identify which is which by simply looking at their faces?
This video explains a simple way to help you quickly understand the concept of Hue, Saturation and Luminosity (Brightness) for colors.