Introducing Our Brand New Blog Vector Patterns
- August 9th, 2010
We launched an new website on Friday morning called Vector Patterns. If you have been following us on twitter you will be aware of the fact that we where currently in the process of putting together a new design blog. Finally we can reveal our new website Vector Patterns a design blog offering free high quality patterns, articles, inspiration, and tutorials.
Once all redesigns had been completed for our network of other design blogs we thought that it would be a sensible decision to start brain storming some ideas for content which we will be publishing on Vector Patterns.
Once we had an idea of what content we want to be placed on Vector Patterns the next steps was to start considering how we wanted the overall design of blog to look. The original concept design for Vector Patterns was a colourful design which incorporated the use of vector patterns and textures within the design, for some reason I just was not keen on the design and instead decided to go with a more minimalistic design. The design is clean and with a lot of more white space also a design that be easy to modify and change to add new features to the blog.
Once all the designs have been mocked using Photoshop we coded up design into html and CSS then into wordpress. Once the site was completed we could of easily chose to launch the blog right then but instead chose to build up a serious amount of good content which could be published over first few weeks of blog been launched. Once we had enough content ready to published on website we then started a soft launch we launched to site but never promoted all made people aware of the fact that we had just launched a new blog we did so we could test the site is working smoothly and so that we are indexed within Google’s search engine.
I don’t want to ramble on for too long that’s just brief rundown of the development process behind creating vector patterns, I hope i never bored you too much. Here are few posts which have been already published on Vector Patterns we would love for you guys to check out the articles and share thoughts within a short comment.
A hand drawn vector ornate ornament pattern set the beauty of this pattern set is that it has an awesome sketch effect, which makes the end result of overall pattern look amazing as well the pattern set includes two hand sketched patterns.
Wow really enjoyed creating this seamless vector pattern set and the final outcome turned out very well. An amazing circle pattern constructed using simply just circles available to be used within commercial and non commercial design projects.