Graphic Exchange - The blog of Mr Cup - graphic design, print, identity, products and more... After weeks of work, I am pleased to present my new portfolio. It will be now under the mrcup-studio.com name as after working freelance for years, I am now in a real studio with Jef working with me. He designs this website and I thanks him for that, I guess it is important to have a new eye on your own work !
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Creating the “Perfect” Portfolio Many articles are floating around that tell web professionals exactly how to build an online presence. Techniques, best practices and all the other “what to do’s” can be great motivation, but that is exactly what this post won’t do. Instead, we’ll go over how to create the “perfect” portfolio, one that suits your individual needs as a web professional and that gets optimal results. By creating a perfect portfolio, you can gain more clients and have a more successful and sustainable career.
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Design Watercolor Effect Menu This is a two-part tutorial on how to create an artistic and un-typical CSS list menu as seen on Web Designer Wall. In the first part (this article), I will show you how to design a watercolor effect menu in Photoshop. Then in next tutorial, I will show you how to slice the menu and code in CSS. Catch Digital: Digital Marketing Agency London & Madrid. We're looking for top digital talent to fill these new positions in London. If you are up for a challenge and would like to work with with some great brands at a top digital agency, then why not apply on our careers page. Social & Content Strategist - you’ll be an ideas person, expert-level in dissecting a client brief and playing an integral part in planning and executing best social strategy to exceed KPIs
The Science of Creativity - Graphic Design Yes, Sweden bring me one of these flying carpets please! Oyyo. Woos (2010) by PetPunk from Lithuania. Am back from the UK, and here is Japan's Myoshka. The unofficial poster of this track. How to Create a Grunge Web Design in Photoshop Photoshop is often the right tool for web design, especially if you're creating a design using numerous images and brush effects. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a complete grunge home page design. We'll design the header, sidebar, body, footer, and style everything to work together in a heavily textured and worn design. Step 1