Adobe XD is the perfect graphic tool for anyone who designs for the web. It allows for designing, prototyping, and collaborating with others, all from within one application.
In this tutorial we’ll be making a set of flat-style portraits, depicting people of different professions and occupations. Such images can be used as avatars for social networks or as design elements for your website, depicting various categories. Or you can even draw yourself, using such flat-style portraits for your business card.
Since winter is just around the corner, I thought it would be nice to welcome it by creating a small set of snowflake icons, using some of Illustrator’s most basic geometric shapes and tools.
How about learning to design useful icons and mastering some exciting new software at the same time?
Want to know more about Sketch? In this video from my course, Up and Running With Sketch, I’ll give you an introduction to this useful design app. You’ll learn who it’s for, why you should consider using it, and what you can do with it.
In today’s tutorial we’re going to learn how to create our very own set of music control UI buttons, using some of the most basic shapes and tools that Illustrator has to offer.
In this tutorial we’ll go through a fun and simple process to create a set of flat Halloween icons, using simple geometric shapes, the Shape Builder Tool, and various Warp effects to modify and transform the elements.
If you want to master Adobe Illustrator, these nine courses will give you a solid foundation to work from. Whether you’re a beginner who wants an introduction to the essential features or a more advanced user who wants to learn new techniques, there’s something here for you.
In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple set of sexuality icons in Adobe Illustrator.
Today we’re going to put our superhero capes on and hop into our secret cave, where we’re going to observe and analyze each and every detail in order to bring five of the most iconic crime fighters to life in a vector format. We’re going to do all of this by relying on some basic geometric shapes combined with the power of some simple-to-use tools in Adobe Illustrator.
In this video from my course Up and Running With Sketch, you’ll learn about five essential Sketch plugins for web designers. Here’s a quick rundown: