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A Dozen Ways to Get Design Inspiration and Feedback  

by posted in General
Aug 17
2011

Chihuly's Inspiration - Anemone, by Tim Hamilton

Inspiration is as elusive as it is essential. It can mean the difference between a run-of-the-mill job and a work of art. Week by week in our author interviews you get to hear where other authors find inspiration. Where do you find yours?

Late last month on Web.AppStorm Matthew Guay raised the topic of inspiration. “Design is an iterative process. It takes inspiration,” he says. He then goes on to list a dozen places you can find inspiration – and inspire others.
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Meet the Staff: New Web.AppStorm Editor Matthew Guay  

by posted in Team
May 9
2011

Techinch, writing tech articles, loving web apps, and leading an exceptional team. This week we meet the Web.Appstorm’s new editor, Matthew Guay. This post was originally written by Matt and previous editor Jarel Remick for Web.Appstorm.
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Meet the Staff: Jarel Remick  

by posted in Team
Dec 27
2010

Every week we’ll introduce you to an Envato staff member or team. This week we meet Jarel Remick, editor of Web.AppStorm, where this article was originally published.

When working as an editor or writer online, it’s easy to stay behind the scenes and remain something of an elusive shadow. AppStorm is no exception – we have a great team of editors and writers who work really hard to bring you a regular stream of top-notch articles across the sites.

Today, I thought it would be fun to publish an interview with your very own editor – Jarel Remick. He joined the AppStorm team at the end of 2009, and is the driving force behind everything that goes on at Web.AppStorm.

I hope you enjoy getting to know your editor a little better, and feel free to leave a few questions for him in the comments!

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Carbonmade Might Be the Online Portfolio App You’ve Been Looking For  

by posted in General
Dec 16
2010

Are you looking for an online portfolio app? Web.AppStorm recently did an in-depth review of Carbonmade, and it’s worth looking at.
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