Inspiration gallery

Web design inspiration | #643

Web design inspiration | #643
Added byon 2012-12-18 Inspiration, Web Design 8 comments

In From up North’s inspiration galleries we present the latest of our findings from the wonderful world of design. Amazing high quality artworks in various categories from great designers all over the globe.

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Hey, my name is Daniel Nelson. I´m a graphic designer/web developer from Sweden and I'm the creator of From up North.
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  • http://www.facebook.com/rojasmaia Maia Rojas

    Great finds as usual!

    Why are most of the images leading to Pinterest? From there you have to go to the source (usually Behance), then I have to search for the link that would lead me to the actual site. It’s all very time consuming and inconvenient. When we click on the image it would be great if it leads directly to the site it showcases, instead of the site where you discovered them in.

    • Dejan Cirkvenčič Kralj

      I agree with you. That, Mr. Nelson would be great!!! Do that!
      Most are probably pages that are still offline, but some work.

    • http://www.fromupnorth.com/ Daniel Nelson

      Thanks for your input, guys. I’ll try my best to explain how I’m thinking regarding the sources.

      As you’ve noticed I started a while back to use my other blog, serialthriller.com, and Pinterest as an extra page between the image and the actual source. The primary reason for this is that I wanted to have some control over the images so that the inspiration posts doesnt have to many broken links, which occurs quite frequently in older posts.

      Another reason for not linking to the source directly is to give some credit to the person/blog that actually found the image. There are numerous blogs out there that pretty much copy what other blogs publish without any information on where they actually found the images. More serious blogs like From up North and Abduzeedo always link to where the image was found as a small token of appreciation. I know by doing this it makes things more time consuming for you guys, but to keep a blog going we pretty much rely on our ad sales and the amount of traffic we have. So I feel that a little traffic is the least I could give back when someone has found something that I want to add to my galleries.
      I know that Pinterest uses dont make any ad revenue, but in that particular case I want to show who found the image so that people can follow them if they want.

      I run this blog by myself and spend so, so much time scanning the web for the best pieces to feature in the galleries. Since day one I’ve been aiming for quality over quantity. So I think it’s quite disrespectful when I see other blogs pretty much takes the same images and create their own posts without any infomation on where the stuff was found.

      Maia, what do you mean when you say that you have to search for the link on Behance? When I click on the image on Pinterest I come to the correct page on Behance. And there are links both over and under the Pinterest image as well, at least for the last image in this post. :)

      I hope this explains my thoughts a bit, my coffee hasn’t kicked in yet so I might not be making to much sense this early in the morning. ;)

  • http://twitter.com/josephnicklo Joe Nicklo

    Love the Riesling website. It’s the “star” of the group.

  • http://twitter.com/trooperbill mark rushworth
  • Ces

    Excellent job, Daniel! I love your site, it is my number one go-to for inspiration. Thanks for all your hard work finding these great designs and making it so easy for me to just come to your site and see beautiful things. You are greatly appreciated. Nothing about your site is time consuming or inconvenient, I find it extremely rude and ungrateful to say anything other than “You are awesome!” I never have trouble finding sources when I want to–and if I ever did, I’m willing to spend the time it would take to figure it out on my own. You are the best, thank you for your site!

    • http://www.fromupnorth.com/ Daniel Nelson

      Haha, thanks for the kind words + support, mate! :)

  • orange county web designer

    Looks great and quiet unique. Thanks for sharing.