Welcome to How to Design Flat Icons in Affinity Designer, a four-part video series to help you learn how to design flat icons in Affinity Designer.
With cloud computing on the rise, a simple “cloud” icon will always come in handy. Learn how to create one in this video from my course, Icon Design With Adobe XD.
Today we’re going to create a dynamic icon library in Sketch. This could be a pretty complicated process, but we’re going to save ourself a lot of time and stress by using a plugin called Sketch Icons. Let’s dive in!
Using SVG to handle the icons in your website designs can provide a number of advantages over using icon fonts. In our new course, Switching From Font Icons to SVG, you’ll learn what those advantages are, when they make SVG a better choice, and the practical steps to switch from font icons to SVG.
Let’s look at three common mistakes and pitfalls when designing icons, and ways to avoid them!
There are so many things that people celebrate when feeling happy about their achievements. In this tutorial we’ll be drawing a cheerful character celebrating a victory in a sports event. We’ll be using various functions of Adobe Illustrator and modifying geometric shapes in order to make the process easy and fun. Join the marathon, and let’s run through this tutorial together!
Expand your creative skills with this incredible set of Illustrator tutorials that cover a wide range of subjects, from simple icons to patterns and detailed illustrations.
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?