In this tutorial we’re going to be learning how to use InDesign to create a clean and structured CV/Resumé design. We will be using basic tools and techniques (but ever so important ones!) to create the design. If you haven’t already, you should check out our “Getting To Grips With InDesign” series to brush up on your InDesign skills.
Designious has just released Design Cocktail II, a bundle for creatives worth $829 made available for the very low price of $29!
We’ve partnered with them to give away a bundle to 3 lucky readers of SpyreStudios.
If you want to get more results in less time, you need to simplify and streamline your work. So how exactly do you do that? By listing and then doing only the most important tasks, being effective instead of just productive, and working only when you’re most creative.
Basically, you’re cutting out the fat and excess from your workflow. By doing so, you’ll spend less time working and actually get more important things done. More results in less time.
Over the years, I have read probably hundreds of usability tips and tricks. They all seem to give generally decent advice that are all blanket statements about usability. Such things as “Use a sans-serif” or “Make sure to minimize scrolling” are common among these lists.
In this tutorial we’re going to be creating a character from the “Heroes and Heartbreakers” series using Adobe Illustrator and a handful of handy techniques.
If you’re interested in this, you might want to check out one of our previous tutorials where we discuss similar techniques: How To Design A Rollerskating Girl In Illustrator.
Pretty ambiguous title isn’t it? That’s entirely intentional, because the topic of this particular article is something that a lot of web designers seem to hate talking about.
But, now that I’ve got you here hopefully you’ll stick around, so I’ll let the cat out of the bag (so to speak). In this article we’re going to be talking about Web 2.0. Don’t run away just yet!
Some of you will remember back in August we had a BundleHunt giveaway here on SpyreStudios with over $1,400 worth of design resources to win. Well BundleHunt is back and the this time it’s bigger than ever – $2,000 worth of design resources for the same ridiculously low price of $49.
Today we’re giving away bundles to 3 lucky readers of SpyreStudios! Have a look at the image below to see what is included in the bundle.
Sometimes we can understand concepts without ever ‘knowing‘ the concept. As an example; few people would claim to ‘know‘ how learning occurs, however we are all capable of learning. Clearly the understanding of, and ability to do so, are quite separate skill sets.
Layers of abstraction is one such concept — we make use of layers of abstraction every day and yet it allows us to better understand the world in which we work.
Minimalism in movie posters is something that is becoming more and more popular, as you can clearly see from the examples showcased below, there are many more minimal posters from recent years compared to the amount seen in the 90’s and earlier. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? It does take a […]
As a designer I can always use more Photoshop brushes in my arsenal. I create a lot of the brushes I need myself, but there’s a lot of great sets available online for free. This post features over 500 Photoshop smoke brushes ! These brushes can be used to add some realism to a website […]