Welcome back to another Affinity Designer tutorial, in which we’re going to learn how to quickly create a set of glyph icons using some basic geometric shapes which we will adjust here and there.
Have you ever wondered what emoticons and emojis have in common, or how they even came to be? Well, since we love empowering our readers with knowledge, we took the time and put together this in-depth article which should break down these two modern ways of communication that have changed our lives so greatly.
ThemeKeeper Elements is celebrating its 2nd birthday, and you can join in the fun by locking in a low $19 monthly price for access to our huge treasure trove of digital assets. That’s $10 off the normal price.
We see them on a daily basis—these popular fonts are everywhere! Check out this article to find hand-picked alternatives to some popular fonts.
Welcome back to our Diversity in Design series on ThemeKeeper Tuts+. Discover four talented artists with inspiring styles you’ll love.
If you love unashamedly brash and bold colors and patterns, you’ll be very happy to hear that the Memphis Style, the design style pioneered by the 1980s Memphis Group, is very much back in vogue.
Experimental glitches are not only used to depict the 80s—nowadays they’re also used to convey a robotic, trendy feel. Here is a quick and easy way to create this trend in Adobe Photoshop!
Welcome to our monthly feature of fantastic tutorial results created by you, the ThemeKeeper Tuts+ community!
“Eid al-Fitr”, which is often shortened to “Eid”, is the “festival of breaking fast”. It is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims across the world, to mark the end of the month-long fasting of Ramadan.
June is Pride Month, when people worldwide take a positive stance against discrimination and violence toward the LGBT community. As well as promoting equality, understanding and tolerance, Pride Month is also a time for celebration and joy.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a sliced effect in Photoshop by mimicking a 3D shape on a 2D image to give an object the illusion of being cut in pieces.