Tagged: desktop

Design: minimalist free Rocket League Octane wallpapers

As I’m cleaning out my design backlog, I stumbled upon these Rocket League wallpapers which were quite well-received on reddit’s /r/rocketleague, so I will repost them here if you stumble upon them so you can download them for free. There’s a few variants; for phones (both 16:9 and 18:9), for dual screen setups, for widescreens, and with different backgrounds. I will list them all below for you to download! Enjoy these 100% free Rocket League wallpapers!   Regular: 1920×1080 – for full HD screens Highest definition: 2560×1440 – for qHD screens Inverted background: 1920×1080 – for full HD screens 2560×1440 – for qHD screens For phones:...

Design: Gilles Villeneuve’s 1980 helmet

There are hardly more tragic stories than that of Gilles Villeneuve. The Canadian driver drove his first race in 1977 for McLaren, but was picked up by Ferrari for the final two races of the 1977 season. He won his first race in the following 1978 season at his home grand prix. He came close to winning the 1979 championship, but was plagued with problems in the ’80 and ’81 seasons. Then, finally, Ferrari seemed to have built a title challenger for the 1982 season.  After two retirements, Villeneuve came second  in the third race after Ferrari’s #2 driver Didier...

My Desktop as of Right Now (PART DEUX) 0

My Desktop as of Right Now (PART DEUX)

Two days ago, I posted how my desktop from my computer looked like. It was calm and serene. My laptop however, didn’t had this treatment yet. But, because I had to go to my parents’ place once again, I packed my laptop with me. Out of boredom (why else?) I decided to install Rainmeter on my laptop too, but I decided to go with a much more quirky theme, a Windows 8 look-a-like theme called Omnimo. The screen looks fresh and new, something my four year old laptop hasn’t been able to resemble in a long time. I think it...

My Desktop as of right now 0

My Desktop as of right now

I was a bit bored yesterday late at night, so I decided to fiddle with my desktop. I already had rainmeter installed, but I decided to add a few parts, make them look better and rearrange them. What you see here is the result. The links on the right of the desktop are fully clickable and lead me to the website directly. The little music player on the right doesn’t let me select any songs, but it does enable me to pause, play, or change the song from an album I’ve selected previously in iTunes. I also changed the icons for...