Designerscouch 99 Graphic Design Resources Below is a list of 99+ graphic design resources, in English and (and a few other languages), that all designers must know about. It is sorted by category (click to go to category): For more resources you can check out the 101 Places To Get Design Inspiration. 1 Spunk United An excellent magazine with a selection of the worlds best artists providing inspiration, interviews, articles and more. 2 FreeLance Switch (No longer active) The community site of reference for all freelances. 3 Computer Arts The site of the excellent international magazine Computer Arts. 4 David Airey A graphic and logo designer who shares his knowledge on these areas. 5 Behance A site gathering the portfolios of the artists of the whole world, a true inspiration. 6 Pdf Mags References all the PDF mags out there! 7 Graphic Design Forum (no longer running). The most active of the graphic design forums out there. 8 Design Is Kinky An Australia site focused purely on design news and design in general. 9 Freelance Folder 10 Bittbox
PARALLEL SCHOOL Photoshop 30 Christmas Holiday PSD & AI Flyer Templates The success of any event, being it a show, a sale, a party or a simple get-together, often depends on how well you can promote it. These flyers are diverse and eye-catching examples of promotional materials created for events that take place during the holiday season. 45 CV Resume Templates That Will Get You Hired You could make your resume in Microsoft word. 24 Really Cool Photoshop Actions To Enhance Photography Photoshop actions are the best — they save time and make you more productive during post-processing. 110 Free PSD Web Design Elements Looking for some nice and high-quality web design elements? 80 Helpful Photoshop & Illustrator Icon Design Tutorials In this article we have gathered 80 Best Photoshop & Illustrator Icon Design Tutorials that will teach you the techniques you will need for designing your own icons using mainly Photoshop & Illustrator. 80 Random Best Photoshop Brushes 100 Adobe Photoshop Wallpaper Tutorials
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§ Section Design Classic Fonts For Contemporary Design Posted on 23'10 Mar Posted on March 23, 2010 Archived under Typography along with 22 JUST™ Creative Comments ‘Typeface: Classic Typography for Contemporary Design‘ is a book that showcases 46 classic fonts, outlining background information on each, along with examples of contemporary designs that utilise each face. It’s my new favourite typographic inspiration book. Apart from the stellar information & examples used inside, what I found made the book such a success (in my eyes) were the fonts chosen to create the book. I wish I had a list such as this when I was back in school. I think all designers should be aware of these 46 fonts: Further Typographic Resources Do you agree? Share this Article 0StumbleUpon
Home | Graphic Design Museum Minecraft at the Museum Minecraft at the Museum Come to MOTI during the summer and discover just like 100 million other people worldwilde the world of Minecraft! Read more The biggest Crypto Design event is coming your way! Read more Crypto Design Challenge Crypto Design Challenge The amount of data all of us are producing collectively is growing tremendously, since everyone and everything is now online. Achieving a Vintage Look Through Color Tones in Photoshop CS by Guest Contributor Anna Gay Photographers are often striving for a “vintage” look in their photos, and even though there are endless ways of achieving a vintage look, there are a couple of characteristics to keep in mind. First of all, the color tones in a vintage photo often lean towards either a blue or a red hue, or a cross-processed look. Vintage photos also have an element of noise or grain that can be achieved through textures, and also a certain amount of vignetting around the edges of the photo. This photo is the result of adjusting the color curves, adding two vignettes, and a color fill, which we will walk through step-by-step. First, open your photo in Photoshop and make sure your foreground color is set to white in your side tool bar. You will see the above dialogue box. As you can see here, there should be three layers – your Background image, then your two gradient layers. Now, let’s adjust the color curves. Use the drop down menu to adjust each color channel.