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Combining typefaces is one of the most challenging skills for a designer to master. Setting two fonts together in the same design brings out unexpected flavors in them both. What’s more, there’s rarely a right or wrong answer. There are dozens of different ways to combine typefaces, some more useful than others, but the most […]
Animating SVG can be done through native elements such as and . But for those who are more familiar with
I know creatives my age and beyond who like to refer to themselves as “seasoned.” This term makes them sound like they may end up as a roast. I prefer “battle tested.” Much cooler. All kidding aside, age and ageism […]
Responsive Web Design a.k.a RWD allows people to view internet website layout in different layout and screen size to their desktop
This tutorial has covered a lot of techniques essential for designing custom icons, such as combining simple shapes to create more complex layers and also using layer styles to create visual effects. These techniques are also universally applicable, not just within Sketch.
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If anyone ever told you that designing digital artwork is like painting pears and making a living out of it, make sure you find a fat pear and throw one at them the next time you see them. Bonus: Tell them about your current awesome graphic design job. I quote: graphic designing is NOT a […]
If you use the Light Blaster Projection system, there is a good chance you’ve amassed quite a bit of slides. I’ve seen people hack a Think Tank Pixel Pocket Rocket by removing the middle stitches that separate each compartment, but why settle for fabric when you can print a nifty Swiss army knife style. This file [...]
It’s quite normal to build websites with responsive viewports and it’s been that way for a while now. Of course, not every website needs to be responsive, but it’s common courtesy to offer it to your mobile visitors if you have them. But how do we create mockup designs for responsive websites? Sketch App Sketch […]
Photoshop is such a powerful software that mastering all of it can take years of learning. Even worst, the image editing app is always under development and new features are regularly released, which means that you have to catch up to stay up to date. In my opinion, the best way to learn Photoshop is […]
Cinemagraphs are those looping photos that you see online where part of the image has some motion looping. If you’ve seen the cards or the newspapers on a Harry Potter movie, it’s kind of similar. Aaron Nace of Phlearn shares a complete guide on how to create a Cinemagraph. To make a Cinemagraph work you need [...]
CSS’ clip-path property is your ticket to shape-shifting the monotonous, boxy layouts traditionally associated with flat, responsive design. You will begin to think outside the box, literally, and hexagons, stars and octagons will begin to take form on your web pages. Once you get your hands dirty with clip-path, there’s no end to the shapes you can generate, simply by tweaking a few values.
Both PHP errors and database errors can manifest as a white screen, a blank screen with no information, commonly known in the WordPress community as the WordPress White Screen of Death. [The White Screen of Death] WordPress users, at many times, encounter some errors called white screen of death. This error shows a a white completely […]
Clients are our best friends and our worst enemies. From the client who pays on time and has clear project briefs to clients who always pay late and try to increase the scope, freelancers are bound to deal with all types. Some clients are a joy to work for and some clients make you wish you’d never started freelancing. A note from Preston: Alex is a new member of the GDB team and has been very masterfully curating some of the