Welcome back to our Diversity in Design series on ThemeKeeper Tuts+. Discover four talented artists with inspiring styles you’ll love.
If you love Oreo cookies and vector drawing then this tutorial is for you. You will learn how to draw an Oreo-inspired icon with the help of the 3D effect and Mapping option, plus you’ll use a lot of brushes and effects for texture and a more detailed look. Let’s make this icon as delicious as possible!
Art Nouveau is a romantic, decorative design style that works beautifully for wedding stationery. Here, we’ll give a modern update to this ornate style with this easy-to-create wedding invitation.
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.
Graphic design hasn’t always had the best reputation for gender equality. It’s a traditionally male-dominated industry, and most of the best-known designers discussed in articles and books today are men.
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.
When you’re in your element, web design and development is a joy. But the tedious work that frequently comes with this job can make you wonder why you chose this field. What you may not know is that Chrome has an extension store full of free tools that can help you cut down on the side work.
For this tutorial we will design a poster using Layer Masks to create text that engages with the image in a captivating way.
2018 marks a hundred years since women won the right to vote in Britain, due to the remarkable efforts of the suffragist movement. The suffragettes campaigned tirelessly for their democratic rights to be recognised by the British government, using posters and banners at demonstrations.
Designing for a millennial audience is a tricky affair. As I discussed in a previous post, their a temperamental audience that has no time for experiences the load slowly, want to know exactly what they should be focusing on, and want to feel special. As a companion piece to our guide to designing for millennials, we’ve put together this list of new items that work well for the demographic that was virtually born on the internet. Take a look.
This is the final lesson in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
This is part three in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.
With Vogue declaring 2018 to be ‘The Year of Optimism’, bold and beautiful colors are firmly back on the fashion world’s radar. Graphic design and illustration are following suit as well, with muted tones making way for cheerful, color-box brights that won’t fail to raise a smile.
This is part two in our four-part series on How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer.