There is never a shortage of Photoshop CS6 tutorials to get your creative juices flowing. Today we have assembled an awesome collection of PS tutorials from around the Web. I am confident that these tips and tricks will arm you with all the necessary techniques in-order to achieve those latest text effect and photo manipulation trends.
One great thing about viewing other graphic artists Photoshop PSD files is that you can examine what kind of methods and techniques they use to achieve their works of art. In this post you will find an amazing collection of free high quality PSD Mockup Templates such as Media Players, iPhone 5, iPads, Business Crads and Brochures for you to download. These Mockups are great for bringing your ideas to life and will save you lots of time in the process. Each PSD mock-up is fully layered which makes editing ideal and painless.
Back by popular demand, it’s Designrfix Tutorial Week! Every day we will publish one article to get your creative juices flowing with free online tutorials in Photoshop, Illustrator and Cinema 4d, just to name a few. So tune in daily, and discover all the latest tips and tricks to arm yourself with the knowledge to kick-ass in your next design project.
Logo is basically an iconic representation of any business brand, which is designed to create a quick recognition. A powerful logo helps in making any business brand visible in the market for a longer run. With an effective logo design, you can improve the visibility of the company and at the same time by the virtue of its uniqueness it can become a brand identifier in the market.
Before the digital age, billboards were one of the primary advertising mediums for brands around the world and today, a lot of brands still use them. However, billboards have come a long way over the years and these days, you’re more likely to see a highly polished, minimalistic advert for a technology product than anything else.
Business cards are no longer used just to provide basic information about yourself and your company. Today, more and more companies are using creatively designed business cards to convey the image and personality of their businesses to leave a long lasting impression.
Finding yourself a full-time or freelance job in the design field can be very difficult, particularly with the current job market in our current economy. Quite simply; a boring resume just won’t cut it by today’s standards!
Did you ever think about the fact that color has meaning? And that the meaning comes to us through our families, through our culture, and through our own experiences? No color means the same thing to everyone, but anyone involved in packaging label design knows that color has meaning and those meanings change from culture to culture, as well as from individual to individual. In truth, color has its own psychology.
The 1960s was the decade that the world changed forever. Whether a result of the TV coverage of the US military intervention in Vietnam, the introduction of the contraceptive pill, the spotlight on race relations, the explosion of the fab four or the influence of widely available hallucinogenics, the 1960s saw a total reassessment of traditional values.
One thing all web designers are wary of is working with a bad client. A bad client doesn’t only mean one who doesn’t pay you on time but also one who creates unnecessary problems in the professional association. But in a world where there is intense competition among designers to source projects and outbid each other, how do you zero in on bad clients? One of the ways to do so is to look into the other side of the picture or in other words take note of early warning signs. Let’s take a look at some early warning signs which will help you judge bad clients and avoid them.