Being content creators, copyrights are very important to us at Design Instruct. We thought we’d do a little research on the Creative Commons licenses to get a clearer picture on how to use each of the Creative Commons licenses. Here’s what we’ve learned so far.
All web designers know that reducing the file size of their design’s assets is a good practice to ensure that their website visitors don’t experience long load times, and so their site doesn’t suffer the consequences of poor page speed.
During the past decade, stock photography’s standing has fallen dramatically in the creative industries. Often derided, stock is considered cheap, predictable, cheesy, forced, and unnatural – the list goes on… but is the tide turning?
One unit of measurement that digital designers are familiar with and are exposed to on a regular basis is the pixel.
Coffee has become one of the most popular beverages. There is nothing like waking up in the morning to that wonderful smell.
This free icon set contains 130 vector icons related to SEO and online marketing.
It’s a classic rookie freelancer mistake: You’re just starting out; you’re talented but inexperienced; and either in an attempt to lure clients, or out of pure ignorance you price yourself way, way too low.
Need to get your hands on some free, high-quality website templates? Check out this awesome site called TEMPLATED.
Illustration is one of purest forms of creation. Often, It involves nothing but your imagination, your pencil and — not to mention — an immense level of focus.
Good usability tests result in delightful designs and user experiences. But they can be intimidating to get started with if you haven’t done one before.
Getting the right image for your project can be pain, or at least it used to be.
Good South, a North-Carolina-based husband-and-wife design team, has a knack for producing delightful vintage-themed packaging and logo designs.