Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or the dozens of other social media platforms are used by millions of people everyday.
We don’t usually get to see the design process. We often just see the finished product. What gets lost is the story, the thought process, and the creativity behind how a design is materialized.
Andrew Fox is a London-based illustrator who draws calligraphy animals.
The micro-blogging platform, Tumblr, is home to many design and art enthusiasts who make it their business to create, collect, and curate the best creative work from all over the world.
In a design composition, the visual weight of an object refers to how well it draws attention to itself compared to other components of the composition. The "heavier" the object is, the more eye-grabbing it is.
These stunning drawings appear to be three-dimensional. They show how creative professionals can push the boundaries of our visual perception.
Tripods are great tools for photographers who want to get steady and well-composed shots. However, for people who use their smartphones as their primary cameras, there aren’t too many “practical” tripod options. Luckily, with this easy tutorial, you’ll have a tripod to use for your smartphone in a matter of minutes.
Today we have some fine stock photos of a vintage camera for your use.
Foil stamping is a print design method where metallic foil is applied to paper. Foil stamping can be used to make your print designs stand out from the crowd. Foil stamping can be used on business cards, invitations, packaging materials, and much more.
Printed stationery materials have slowly gone the way of the dinosaur with most correspondence being done through email nowadays. However, sometimes, you still have to write stuff down like a real person.
Street art has always intrigued us at Design Instruct. It is an art form that can really only exist on the streets, getting in everyone’s faces, just waiting for you to see it. We can’t help but love that.
Invoice generators can speed up the process of creating and sending out invoices. An invoice is often requested by a client before they make a payment, but even if they don’t ask for one, you could send them one anyways to demonstrate your professionalism.