iPhone 5

I designed the iPhone 5 model based on the previous versions of iPhone and iPod. While you compare 4 and 5, you can find the differences in size and icon arrangements.

To design this, I have taken the basic characteristics of iPhone 3 and iPhone 4. It’s just an idea that came to randomly in my mind. Actually Apple not yet released the iPhone 5 model. 

I hope iPhone 5 might look like this and I have working on some other designs for iPhone 5, soon it will appear in my blog.


Yellow is the most luminous of all the colors of the spectrum. It’s the color that captures our attention more than any other color. So that we called “yellow is color of queen”. It’s the color of happiness, and optimism, of enlightenment and creativity, sunshine and spring.
In nature world..
Yellow is the color of Flowers, fruits, butterflies and bees.
In human-made world
Yellow is the color of Sponge Bob, happy faces, post it’s, and signs that alert us to danger or caution.

Yellow is considered the brightest and most energizing of the warm colors. It’s associated with happiness and sunshine and it’s is also associated with hope, as can be seen in some countries when yellow ribbons are displayed by families who have loved ones at war. Yellow is also associated with danger, though not as strongly as red.
Yellow is full of creative and intellectual energy.
How the color yellow affects us mentally and physically
·         Mentally stimulating
·         Stimulates the nervous system
·         Activates memory
·         Encourages communication
 For Designers
Use yellow to perk up a more subdued cool palette of blues and grays. Use lemon yellow with orange to carry out a healthy, summery, citrus theme. Very pale yellows can work as neutrals alongside darker or richer colors. Yellow and blue are a high contrast, eye-popping combination. Mix yellow with neutral gray and a dash of black for a high-tech look. Try a hot, exciting mix of red and yellow. For an earthy palette, especially for fall, mix yellow, olive green, and brown. 

How to delete a Facebook account...

Deleting a Facebook account is a bit more complicated than many other services. There are two options for getting rid of your FB account, one that’s permanent and complete, and one that lets you change your mind later.
If you just want to shut down your account for a little while, with the option to reactivate it later, you can deactivate your account. This is simple: just go into your account settings and click on the “deactivate account” link. This immediately makes your account invisible to everyone else on Facebook. If you decide at a later date that you want to reactivate your account, it’s as simple as reactivating.

If you’re looking for something a little more permanent, though, you’ll need to submit a request to Facebook. The tricky thing here, though, is that they don’t immediately delete your account, and if at any time before it’s permanently deleted you log in or otherwise interact with Facebook, your deletion request will be canceled. For that reason, it’s a good idea to go around to any computers or devices (like your mobile phone) that you access your account through and log out (deleting saved passwords is also a good idea to prevent an accidental login).

Then you can use the form found here3 to request deletion. Remember not to log into your account at any point after that. There doesn’t seem to be any official notice on how long it takes, but unofficial reports say 14 days. To be on the safe side, you may want to wait a month or more before attempting to login to confirm your account has been deleted.

More information on deleting your Facebook account can be found in their FAQs4.
                                                                                              _Source from Smashing Magazine.