Social media is a way of life for a lot of people. For creatives, it’s a great way to get your work out there and potentially gain a following.
One tricky aspect of typography is the process of choosing fonts that go well together.
As designers, we’ve all been in this situation before: You’re working on a design project proposal and you’re drawing a blank trying to figure out what price to put under "Project Fee".
In the world of typefaces, often, you’ll get what you pay for. That is, free fonts are usually free for a reason and really expensive fonts are usually expensive for their own reasons. Sometimes, however, there are exceptions to that rule.
This set of 10 free architecture stock photos was captured in various cities such as Rome, London, Lisbon, Barcelona, and New York City.
We are very impressed with the free resources available to designers nowadays.
A fancy college degree. An impressive portfolio of work. The willingness to put in long hours at the office. Maybe even a huge following on Behance and Dribbble. Ask anyone who’s actually earned the title of Creative Director and he or she will tell you all those qualifications are secondary to the skills that truly make up what it takes to be good at this role.
A very cool (and generous) trend in the design community has been developing over the last couple of years or so: FREE, high-quality, stock photos.
I’ve been taking photos professionally for good portion of my adult life and while I can’t say I am the best photographer I can be, I can say that I’ve learned a lot. Hopefully, I’ll learn a lot more.
For designers just beginning their careers, one of the best ways to help deal with the steep learning curve is to seek advice from experienced professionals. What challenges did they face when they were just getting started? What were the things they wish they knew?
This is a set of five free wooden floor plank textures. They’re deeply weather-beaten due to being exposed in an outdoor environment. These textures are great for use as backgrounds.
Black is a timeless and elegant color. It’s never out of style. And you can get a variety of wildly different results depending on how you employ the color in your design work.