When we launched Design Instruct a little over 2 years ago, we had one goal in mind: to publish top quality creative content for artists so that they may do great things with their talent and creativity. Our tutorials were just the beginning.
We love typography here at Design Instruct and we’re always glad to see the new ideas artists are working on. Here’s just a few pieces that caught our eye.
Over the last month or so, we’ve been working hard putting together an amazing collection of tutorials to be made available for download here on Design Instruct. The most beautiful, most loved, and most informative tutorials we’ve published will now be available in 2 volumes in various eBook formats so you can read and learn anywhere.
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We all have experience with competition. We look at our peers’ work and we evaluate if we’re better or if they’re better and then we act accordingly. Competition is good because it forces any self-respecting creative professional to always sharpen their creative edge which is ultimately great for the creative industries in general because we’ll always be producing better and better work.
Image optimization is critical in providing the fastest load time for your users. May it be a personal blog or a business you are running online, the fact is that images are – in most cases – an important aspect of the content of your site. Therefore, it is important that your images are properly optimized without sacrificing too much of the quality. In this quick and simple tutorial, I’ll show you how you can reduce the size of your images in Photoshop with 5 easy steps and use Actions to batch process your images automatically.
Ah yes. Lightroom presets. They are a great way to make your photography workflow faster and more consistent. I take a lot of photos, which is why I know how valuable presets can be to a photographer. Today, we give you 3 great high contrast monotone Lightroom presets for your photographic pleasure. Have fun.