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The umbrella term “graphic design” might include numerous industries from product packaging to digital interfaces. The field of design has been around for years and graphics have always been apart of this ideology. Modern graphic design projects often focus on popular products like smartphones or video games. But the print design world is just as […]

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Illustrator is the perfect tool for building large scalable design effects. Either for print or digital mediums, Illustrator is a wonderful tool with a lot to offer in the way of customized typography. There are plenty of great Photoshop effects that can also apply to text and lettering. But with Illustrator you get access to […]

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I’ve learned a lot about digital design by reading what other talented creative people have posted online. Interviews are just another way to understand the journey of being a designer and how you can achieve a level of success with hard work and perseverance. Solid advice can even help you avoid some nasty pitfalls, too. […]

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As more people grow familiar using the Internet they expect to find websites for every modern company. These days it’s practically in the realm of lunacy to ignore the ever-growing popularity of digital information. Even some online contact information is better than nothing at all. And when looking for design inspiration it’s crucial to pull […]

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Adobe recently started a slow push away from supporting Fireworks since CS6. But it’s still quite the popular(and affordable) software amongst web designers. You can build vector and bitmap objects to mockup wireframes, website layouts, icons, and similar graphics. In the past we’ve put together a Fireworks web design tutorial on website navigation. The program […]

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In the past I’ve seen hundreds of progress illustrations related to logos and icons posted onto Dribbble. These are often shared by designers who wish to give some insight towards their creative process. These shots allow us to peek behind the curtain and see how a typical icon is designed from pencil and paper into […]

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