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The world of print design is long and expansive covering many different areas of focus. Adobe has many programs which cater to the print artists including InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. A professional designer should learn as many programs as needed to create whatever they wish to achieve. While InDesign may be perfect for a magazine […]

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Have you ever had daydreams about finding the perfect procedure for designing interfaces? Well if so you might have a slight addiction to work so that’s something to keep in mind. But I’m here to say that your workflow can be improved if you cut down on the daydreaming and get more into daydoing. Now […]

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Whether you design on paper, in graphics software, or in a web browser, typography is something that you’ll have to consider. No website or poster would be complete without some bits of text on the page. But text alone is not good enough – the symmetrical design and structure of text on a page is […]

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Let’s face it – any skillset worth acquiring takes time and lots of practice. The most fitting yet ironic way to improve is by screwing up and learning from your mistakes. While this process may not benefit the aspiring counterfeiter, mistakes are often the quickest and most resilient teaching methods. Web development is perhaps one […]

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More and more digital designers have made the switch over to Sketch by Bohemian Coding. This is a newer program made only for Mac OS X which behaves much like Photoshop and Illustrator combined. You can work with vector graphics, pixel graphics, photos, icons, really anything you’d desire. The GUI is a little different but […]

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Almost every website design should include some link out to social media account(s). Nowadays almost everyone has an account on a social network, often many networks, and it is crucial to a website’s success that people can find you on such networks. One of the simplest methods would be linking to individual profiles with a […]

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