Thinking how to make your life and our ROI targets easier, we decided it’s a good idea to provide for download the Photoshop sources of our components’ skins. So we sat down and toiled relentlessly to tame the mess of untitled layers into something of actual business value – the result is a section at http://www.telerik.com/skins with free downloads of the Photoshop sources for the most requested telerik skins. Pure design goodness for you to customize and build upon. Remember this section when the time comes to design your next application – this time you can jump start with a ready template, easy to change to fit the specifics of the project.
Our next step is to give you the option to upload and share with our community your own custom skins of telerik components – we thought it would be a wonderful chance to show off those design skills, meet with other professionals in the field, and exchange expertise and interface design know-how. What’s your opinion on this – would you be willing to contribute your telerik skins to mankind? What are your thoughts on setting up a community of interface design professionals to exchange trends and ideas, ultimately helping each other grow professionally? We welcome all of your suggestions for community initiatives that would help you achieve more with the telerik controls - more than expected…
Stefan Rahnev (@StDiR) is Product Manager for Telerik Kendo UI living in Sofia, Bulgaria. He has been working for the company since 2005, when he started out as a regular support officer. His next steps at Telerik took him through the positions of Technical Support Director, co-team leader in one of the ASP.NET AJAX teams and unit manager for UI for ASP.NET AJAX and Kendo UI. Stefan’s main interests are web development, agile processes planning and management, client services and psychology.
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