Are you looking for some free to use web tools that can help you create beautiful Infographics and visualize data? Well, if your answer is yes, then you are lucky enough to land on the right page. In this round up, we are presenting 10 useful tools...
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Regardless of skill level, we’ve all made at a least a few of these common photography faux pas. Even pros like Jeff Cable are guilty of a few, which is precisely why he’s here to share his experiences and advice on how you can recognize the mistakes as you’re committing them and what you can do [...]
They stride into the arena wearing the maize and blue. They are tall, strong, fast, and confident they will conquer the world. It wasn’t easy getting here, but after countless hours of practice, weight training, and gut-busting cardio workouts, they have arrived. The price is high. It costs thousands of dollars a year to play at this level, but without access to the best coaches, facilities, and technologies, you might as well just go home.
Adobe Illustrator has long been used for equipping the mundane with powerful effects. Adobe Illustrator is also used widely to give awesome effects to plain text making it extra ordinary from plain ordinary. Text effects are used in all kinds of designs which is why they have...
Tablets, mobile phones, and even lighter, easy-to-carry laptops are in the hands of more and more people as time passes and technology advances. By the year 2015, there will be more mobile users than desktop users, which means it’s increasingly important for companies to transition their focus toward mobile internet users. Additionally, it’s imperative that […]
The process of designing a logo is arduous and time-consuming. Illustrator is typically most common when first crafting a typeface, but Photoshop is much more handy during the finishing stages for adding brilliant text effects. In the past I’ve covered new Photoshop tutorials focused on general design for print graphics & websites. But in this […]
Let’s explore some basic blending options. Navigate to the Blend Tool’s settings in Object > Blend > Blend Options. In the small drop down menu, you’ll find three different types of blends. “Smooth color” gives you a smooth blend that resembles a gradient. “Specified steps” gives you the option of choosing a number of set color values between your starting and ending color (in this case, your 2% gray and black). “Specified distance” is
With approximately 1.5 inches of display real estate, smartwatches are used with the help of the index finger, which takes up to a quarter of screen space when pressing. As people are often on the move when using smartwatches, their small screen size makes it more difficult to tap on a specific area of the screen. This limits the amount of tappable areas to 4-5 buttons for seamless usage, encouraging designers to divide screens into smaller...read more By Markiyan Matsekh
Creating your graph is only a matter of adding in your information and customizing the traces, layout, axes, notes and legend. The charts and graphs at your disposable are professional looking so it is a great solution for those business and analytical presentations.
Giving a facelift to a home using simple accessories is […]
With this collection, we would like to share with you some pure and very useful CSS3 tutorials and examples that will help you learn a lot. CSS3 comes with several new and advanced features that can enhance the designs and their beauty. It is very important for...
Cinemagraphs were originally coined by American photographers, Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck of Ann Street Studio, who used this trick for their news and fashion photos back in 2011. It’s kind of a hybrid between a still photograph and a video. The whole image remains still except for a particular ... Continue reading »
If you haven’t already done so place your ghost cat and dog within the cemetery. Let’s give them both a spooky shadow. Copy and paste the ghost cat’s outline and then reflect it horizontally before pulling it downwards so that it’s roughly level with the top of the toes. The shadow’s tail looks a little odd, remove all of its anchor points using the Direct Selection Tool. The line where the tail was is too straight now, we want it to have the same soft curve as t
Photoshop is such amazingly powerful software, and I seriously wonder if anyone in the world – and I include the developers – knows everything there is to know about Photoshop. Many people are very skilled at particular aspects of the software, often not really needing to know other aspects for their work. We are fortunate […]