Designer Workshop

Design Workshop :Inspired by the internet and all things good in design and development.
53 reviews
  • David Carmona


    David Carmona is a San Francisco, CA. based Interaction Designer and Developer.

    He graduated from The Art Institute of California – San Francisco with a B.Sc. of Interactive Media Design in 2009. In the past David worked as a marketing coordinator at internet television company Revision3 and venture-backed vision technology startup Affine Systemsas lead creative developer. Currently working with Reputation as a UX Designer and in the future would like to grow his own garden.

    He specializes in user interface design, concept design, rich media, application design, iconography, interactive art direction, graphic design.

    Working with clients such as: Cadreon, Digg, GoDaddy, Google, HBO, Ignited Media, Ito En, Metacafe, Microsoft, Myspace, NBC Universal, Netflix, Playstation, Qik, Revision3, Rwanda, Sony and YouTube


    Design: Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, InDesign
    Development: HTML5, CSS3 (Sass), Javascript, PHP, Flash/Flex (AS3/MXML), XML, SQL
    Version Control: SVN, Git
    Content Management Systems: WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, OpenX, PrestaShop, Zen Cart
    Video: AfterEffects, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, DVD Studio Pro
    Video Compression: Compressor, Flash, WME, Quicktime
    Sound Design: Pro Tools, Soundtrack Pro, Audition, Soundbooth
    Marketing: Analytics, Social Media (Twitter/Facebook), SEO/SEM
    Management: Office/Google Suite, Pivotal Tracker, Basecamp
    Mobile: [Android] Flash, Eclipse (Java)
    Advertising: Adwords, Adsense, CJ


    LinkedinForrstBehanceFlickrVimeoYoutubeYelpTwitterFacebook and Hypem.

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Designer Workshop

Design Workshop :Inspired by the internet and all things good in design and development.
53 reviews


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    500 Startups - "Draw The Fu*cking Owl"
    What's better than the Monster Mash? The (500 Startups) Mentor Mash! Check out a few of our awesome mentors talk about startups, 500 Startups, and their words of wisdom for entrepreneurs.

    Featuring 500 Mentors Hiten Shah (KISSmetrics), Christine Herron (Intel Capital), Rashmi Sinha (SlideShare), Jeff Lawson (Twilio), Chris Nesladek (Google), Maneesh Arora, Bhanu Sharma, and David King.

    Check out the 500 Mentors at
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    Rapid Prototyping with Aza Raskin
    Aza Raskin, creative lead at Firefox, shares some tips and tricks about rapid prototyping at the Mozilla Drumbeat festival
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    Web 3.0
    A story about the Semantic Web Transcript, interview bios, and other info (incluyendo una transcripcion espanol) on Downloadable version on Interviews with: Tim Berners-Lee Clay Shirky Chris Dixon David Weinberger Nova...
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    iPhone SDK Essential Training: Objective-C

    In this video developer Simon Allardice introduces you to Objective-C coding - the core language for iPhone development

    This is a movie from iPhone SDK Essential training on, which covers the process of becoming an iPhone developer, from getting started with the tools and the language to building user interfaces and working with the unique features of the iPhone. With multiple hands-on exercises and demonstration projects, Simon explores the core development tools for iPhone (Xcode, Interface Builder, and Instruments), the language (Objective-C), and the framework (Cocoa Touch).

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    Prototyping an iPad app with Keynote
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    Android: Effective UI Best Practices
    Speaker: Tim Bray
    Track: Android
    Time slot: E [14:40 - 15:25]
    Room: 1
    Level: 201
    Download Slides (PDF)

    Good user interfaces and optimized user experiences are important on any device, but are even more important on mobile devices that have limited screen real estate and are being used by people in a hurry. We'll talk about UI and UX design patterns on Android and how to use them to greatest effect.
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    What makes a UX Designer?
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    What The Heck Is A Hex Value Anyway?

    What's a Hex anyway? Why and a little history around colors and the meaning of Hex.

  • 9
    Understanding CSS3 Gradients
    Refer here for the full tutorial:

    The process of creating an image only for the purpose of displaying a gradient is inflexible, and is quickly becoming a bad practice. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, they very well might still be required, but hopefully not for much longer. Thanks to Firefox and Safari/Chrome, we can now create powerful gradients with minimal effort. In this video quick tip, we'll examine some of the differences in syntax when working with the -moz and -webkit vendor prefixes.
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    Nonintrusive CSS Text Gradients
    Though not completely cross browser compatible, there are ways to nonintrusively create pure CSS3 text-gradients with a bit of trickery. I'll show you how.
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    Introduction to HTML 5
    Note: Higher quality version on Vimeo:

    Are you interested in HTML 5 and what's coming down the pipeline but haven't had time to read any articles yet? Brad Neuberg has put together an educational Introduction to HTML 5 video that goes over many of the major aspects of this new standard, including:

    * Web vector graphics with the Canvas tag and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
    * The Geolocation API
    * HTML 5 Video
    * The HTML 5 Database and Application Cache
    * Web workers

    In the video we also crack open the HTML 5 YouTube Video prototype to show you some of the new HTML 5 tags, such as nav, article, etc. It's chock full of demos and sample source code.
  • 12
    Mastering Sass: Lesson 1
    In this introductory 8 minute lesson, I'll teach you how to install Sass, and then how to get started with basic functionality.
  • 13
    Google Chrome Developer Tools: 12 Tricks to Develop Quicker
    In this video, Paul Irish, a Chrome developer advocate, presents 12 tips and tricks on how to use Chrome's developer tools. To learn more visit
  • 14
    Two Chrome Extensions All Web Developers Should Install
    Two Chrome Extensions All Web Developers Should Install
  • 15
    Firebug for SEO
    Firebug is a great Frefox plugin, popular with web designers and developers. I also have it as an invaluable piece of my 'SEO Toolbox'. Read the Distilled blog here: and get Firebug here:
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    Start Python programming with TextMate
    Test video
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    Cross-Browser CSS in Seconds with

    An overview of how to use


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  • Sean Wallace
    Waste of time

    Half the videos don't work, the rest are simply culled from YouTube and other sites, meaning this course is basically just a playlist someone put together.

  • Mohammad Assad Arshad
    What is the course about?

    I signed up because it is free, but frankly I dont get what the course is about?. A lot of the lectures are not even working.

  • Marek Przepiorka
    A very disappointing experience.

    It's not a course. It's just a bunch of random videos found on the web put together without any idea. Waste of time.

  • Rasmus Himmelstrup
    Many of the videos are not working

    Content is probably good, but when you can't get it, it sort of diminish the purpose of watching it.

  • Kaaviya Umapathy

    audio is not clear in some video

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