Typography is everywhere, but choosing the right combination of typefaces for your project is one of the hardest – and most time-consuming – tasks you’ll probably face as a graphic designer.
These days, there are more typefaces out there than ever before – with more being created every week – so even finding just one typeface that you like can become lengthy task in itself. Plus, even when you do manage to find one, you then have to go through the entire font hunting process all over again to find a complimentary typeface to feature alongside it.
The web development industry has a tricky problem at hand, particularly when it comes to piecing website performance data and user feedback together.
The number of different point solutions available to give you real-time analytics and user feedback is overwhelming to say the least, and to top it off, the pricing models are far too steep.
Does a slider reduce a website’s search engine optimization ability / findability?
The net is a hotbed of creative efforts and over a period of time, no stones have been left unturned by designers to create really interesting and intriguing websites.
One of the things that they do in this direction is to have a set of moving images or videos on the landing page. These are called image sliders or carousel. They definitely attract, entice, lure and engage your attention and your eyes; charm you. But are they really useful in helping your marketing efforts and optimization of your websites?
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Who doesn’t like animals, especially when they have a mind-numbingly insanely cute look. This is the reason why we all love adorable baby animals even more.
Same as our kids, baby animals are also naughty, curious and naive; only, of course, a wee bit furrier and lot more cuter.
Adobe Illustrator can be a little tricky to get your hands around, particularly after getting used to the workflow of applications like Photoshop. The differences between layer use and the creation of objects and shapes can be really strange at first hand.
In the following tutorial you will learn how to create an open tin can with pieces of fish in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to create the main shapes using basic tools (Rectangle, Ellipse tools, Pen…) along with vector shape building techniques (Offset Path, Pathfinder, Clipping Mask…). Next, you will learn how to add color, shading and highlights for your shapes using linear gradient, a bunch of effects, and the Transparency palette. Finally, you will learn how to create a simple background and add a subtle shadow for your tin can.