Let me show you a really cool trick to create a really clean divider for your website! It will take less than 1 minute and the result is amazing. This technique also works when you want to make a bevel effect, but way cooler than what you can find now in hundreds of web design tutorials.
Today we’ve got a great giveaway for everyone. Sticker Mule wants to give three readers $100 in free die cut stickers. If you haven’t heard of Sticker Mule, it’s a good time to check them out. They make high quality custom vinyl stickers, and have a lot of love for designers. They’ll make your artwork print ready for free, and provide a free online proof with every order.
Boy do we have some awesome stuff for you guys this week! I’m talking about some top notch vector packs with mythical creatures and a set of brand new 10 t-shirt designs that will knock you off your feet! From raging lions, flying horses, Thunderbirds, unicorns, dragons and scary mermaids to gargoyles, these are the most freaky creatures you have ever seen! You will make some jaws drop if you use these vector elements in your designs, trust me!
In my opinion, it’s pretty hard to compact the principles of web design in an image, but the guys from Killerinfographics have done a great job. The infographic we would like to show off today is called “The Anatomy of an Effective Web Design” and here you can read about some of the most important rules to follow when doing web design; the information is briefly presented in a colorful and graphic manner. We didn’t verify the numbers to see if they are real, but keep an eye focused on the graphics.
We received a lot of e-mails about how you can open AI and EPS files with Photoshop and how to use them without losing the quality of the vector in the process. To answer your questions, this article will show you everything you need to know about it.
Whether you are using a PC or a Mac, the process is similar, the only difference is you will use “Cmd” instead of “CTRL”. Thus said, let’s get straight to the point!
Designtnt.com is that place where you go if you need any type of design resource for your projects. For the next 4 days they have an awesome bundle which includes $1123 worth of design resources! About the Bundle This bundle is all you need to finish your projects fast, in a professional and cost effective [...]
Chad Gersky, also known as Chadski51 on deviantArt is a young and aspiring graphic designer, making it’s way into the fascinating world of creative professionals. Chad is from Chicago, IL, he graduated from Lewis University and got his B.A. with honors in Graphic Design, while also achieving over 5 years in the field. Gersky is passionate about sports and designing and he finds a way to blend the two that caught our attention. We appreciate his motivation and the eagerness to learn more and we are looking forward to seeing more of his works online.
Nowadays, it seems almost impossible to live without our cell phone, without Internet access – that includes email, social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and so on.
Jake Reilly inspired me to write this article. Jake lived for the last 3 months in December 2011 without the things above. His experience inspired me and made me think how we can do some things differently.The amount of time we spend on social networks and on the mobile phone is increasing and it’s eating up our free time or it even interferes with out work.
Thomas Tibitanzl, or deZane, his artist name, is a self-taught Digital Artist and Designer who currently lives in Munich. Thomas grew up in the golden city of Prague and at an early age he established with his family in Germany. His work covers both graphic, web and print design. Thomas expresses his art through thought-provoking and narrative artworks. His creations are based on original concepts, complete stories with deep messages, trying to encourage the viewer to think for himself. deZane’s artworks have been described as “fluid renderings of alternate universes, dreamlike sequences of juxtaposed landscapes.”
As a designer, you should own a library full of design resources such as vector elements, vector seamless patterns, PS brushes, fonts and more. Today we come to your help with a set of 10 amazing vintage seamless vector packs, which means 60 gorgeous patterns! The high quality, the colors, the elements and the concepts of these vintage vector patterns make them suitable for special invitation cards, background designs and so much more! Stick around, we have more surprises to come by the end of this article!