Learning how to use Photoshop brushes will help you get the most out of Adobe Photoshop. Whether you’re a graphic designer, a digital artist, an illustrator, or just a beginner who wants to learn more, mastering all the features of Photoshop brushes will take your work to the next level.
On June 5, 2018, ThemeKeeper’s subscription service, ThemeKeeper Elements, introduced video as a category.
Music truly makes the world go round. But it may be your music project’s aesthetics that make your sound go round. Most people are greatly influenced by visual stimuli. So, while you may have a unique sound, people may not listen to it if you don’t have the right aesthetic. Instead of getting discouraged, consider this an opportunity to control how your music looks.
Music can be the difference between an amazing video, and an average one. So, picking the right music is very important. In this series we’re calling, Now Playing, we’ll be taking a look at the best, and freshest tracks across a number of genres that are the best options to pair with your next video.
Perhaps more than any other designer in the 20th century, Paul Rand was responsible for defining the visual culture in America in the decades following World War II – and how we think about corporate logos today.
March 8th is the ninety-ninth annual International Women’s Day. In celebration and respect, we’re showcasing 6 of graphic design’s leading ladies. These designers come from different eras and and have divergent styles, yet they all have one thing in common — their work has been highly influential on visual culture.
YouTube creators have never had it tougher. Yet, the opportunity to create video content has never been greater.
No matter what industry you’re in, having a portfolio website is going to help you get hired. Building an online presence lets you showcase what you’ve worked on, what you’re capable of and provides contact information for people to get in touch with you.
Are you a business owner wanting to take control of your website or web app? A web designer or developer looking to maximize productivity? A theme author interested in creating a popular product range? Or are you a web agency keen on stamping your unique brand on your work?
As a creative professional do people sometimes find it hard to comprehend what you actually do?
Even though clients might have a hard time differentiating the roles of people working in the web industry, there’s often a chasm that forms between design and development teams. Sometimes compared to the relationship between architects and building engineers, web designers and developers can find it difficult to stay on the same page. Both parties might think that the other doesn’t understand where they’re coming from, that the developer isn’t paying attention to detail and that the designer is only caring about making things look pretty.
Even if you’ve never visited Pinterest, you might recognize its design elements. When the hugely popular visual bookmarking site burst online in 2011, its grid-style design was like nothing else at the time and continues to inspire WordPress theme layouts today.