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Design custom fonts that perfectly fit your needs

Design custom fonts that perfectly fit your needs

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Storyboarder - The best and easiest way to storyboard. We made Storyboarder because we needed a great storyboarding tool that simply didn't exist. We use tools every day to help us do things. This is especially true with creative persuits. Download for free Web Shadows Make your web content boxes pop from your website with these natural Web Shadows. Also suitable for other web elements including buttons, images, sliders and web flyers. PSD file is well-layered and easily customizable without loss of resolution quality.

30 Very Hot Premium Fonts For Designers Even though these fonts are not free, they are extremely affordable, very well made and you can see the attention to details and to perfection on each font. Even these demo images are little pieces of art, so you can image how awesome your project will look if you use one of these typefaces. So, check them out and maybe you’ll find something useful in these 30 premium fonts. Mishka Color wheel, a color palette generator Color Wheel Extract Theme Extract Gradient Roundup of Essential Grunge Design Resources Here’s my run down of the essential tips, tricks and tools you’ll need to get started with adding grunge or retro design elements into your work. Everything from brushes & tutorials to vectors and fonts! Photoshop Brushes

On snot and fonts Africa: ⦿ Africa ⦿ Berber ⦿ Coptic ⦿ Egypt ⦿ Hieroglyphics ⦿ Mauritius ⦿ Morocco ⦿ Other ⦿ South-Africa ⦿ Tunisia Oceania: ⦿ Australia ⦿ Maori ⦿ New Caledonia ⦿ New Zealand ⦿ Rongo Rongo Europe + the old USSR: ⦿ Albania ⦿ Austria ⦿ Basque ⦿ Belarus ⦿ Belgium ⦿ Bosnia ⦿ Bulgaria ⦿ Catalunya ⦿ Celtic/Gaelic ⦿ Croatia ⦿ Cyprus ⦿ Cyrillic ⦿ Czechia ⦿ Denmark ⦿ Eastern European ⦿ Esperanto ⦿ Estonia ⦿ Finland ⦿ France ⦿ Georgian ⦿ Germany ⦿ Greece ⦿ Greek ⦿ Hungary ⦿ Iceland ⦿ Ireland ⦿ Italy ⦿ Kazakhstan ⦿ Kosovo ⦿ Kyrgyzstan ⦿ Latvia ⦿ Liechtenstein ⦿ Lithuania ⦿ Luxemburg ⦿ Macedonia ⦿ Malta ⦿ Moldova ⦿ Montenegro ⦿ The Netherlands ⦿ Northern Ireland ⦿ Norway ⦿ Ogham ⦿ Old Italic ⦿ Poland ⦿ Portugal ⦿ Romania ⦿ Russia ⦿ Scotland ⦿ Serbia ⦿ Slovakia ⦿ Slovenia ⦿ Spain ⦿ Sweden ⦿ Switzerland ⦿ Turkey ⦿ United Kingdom ⦿ Ukraine ⦿ Uzbekistan ⦿ Wales

Add Depth with the Parallax Effect in After Effects Looking to add depth and style to your next explainer slideshow? In this After Effects tutorial, learn how you can create a stylistic slideshow with parallax. Creating the parallax effect is easy to do — you simply have to consider movement and depth. In order to create a great parallax effect, you must have at least two objects moving in separate directions. In the tutorial, we use several layers in After Effects that create dynamic movement and depth. There are multiple ways to achieve a parallax effect.

Convert an InDesign file to a Word doc At some point, we’ve all gotten a request from a client to provide a design in a format they can edit or open in Microsoft Office. Even though your first inclination may be to simply say “no,” as your past frustrations with Word or PowerPoint run through your mind causing an uncontrollable twitch, you might want to acknowledge a legitimate need and give it a try. While we designers have plenty of good reasons to dislike Word as a design solution, clients often need to have a marketing piece in a format they can quickly and easily update. I had this exact situation occur this week. A sales sheet we had delivered as a PDF needed to be converted into something that could be opened in Word so the staff could change the specifics depending on the account. This is how I was able to accommodate them, and it was surprisingly painless.

Vitaly Friedman's Notebook: 25 Best Free Quality Fonts 25 Best Free Quality Fonts » Oct 15, 01:00 AM Recently I’ve been browsing through the Net searching for the best license-free fonts which would fit as a serious heading for a serious online-presentation. Fortunately, I wasn’t the first web-developer, who was trying to find such fonts. One of the best resources I’ve found was Gerrit van Aaken’s essays collection “Freie Schriften im Portrait” (free fonts in a portrait) in German language. Before reading this article any further I strongly suggest you to visit Gerrit’s site and add it to bookmarks, for it is regularly updated and contains great links and a great fonts library.