Think of the last unfinished project you decided to throw into the back burner. Chances are that you gave up working on it because it cost you two very crucial things: Time and money.
This is a free infographic design kit in vector file format. The infographic’s theme is inspired by retro- and vintage-style designs.
Our friends at Delicious Presets sent us a couple of free Lightroom presets to share with all of you!
There will be a lot of times when we will need to lean on others for help. Thankfully we live in the Information Age where it’s so easy to find answers to our questions.
With the advancement of printing technology, business card designs are no longer limited to a few lines of text on standard white cardstock.
Having a well-designed online portfolio can help you win new projects because it gives prospective clients an idea about your design style and creative tastes.
The Toucan UI kit includes tags, checkboxes, a photo gallery, buttons, and other user interface elements. This freebie is perfect for designers who want to create UI mockups, app user interfaces, and more!
Recently we announced that we were giving away three WordPress hosting accounts on A2 Hosting’s super-fast SSD servers. In this post, I’ll share with you who the winners of this awesome giveaway are!
If you use Lightroom to organize and process your photos, you’ll know that sometimes it can get a bit sluggish (especially when you’re working with hundreds of photos). Thankfully, there are some time saving tips to help you from start to finish.
Creating wireframes of your designs is similar to producing a blueprint before you construct a skyscraper — it helps you develop and fine-tune the vital structural components before it’s too late in the construction process.
One could argue that 2013 was the year when Responsive Web Design really came into its own. It was, and continues to be, a paradigm-shifting movement that has had a profound impact on how we consume and construct the web today. So then, what will 2014 bring?
Wouldn’t it be nice to know just how much time you spend designing awesome things in Photoshop, as well as other Adobe software like Illustrator and InDesign?