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Kinetic Typography: An Introductory Guide


Kinetic typography seems to be everywhere these days. From television commercials to website landing pages, movable type is a popular visual tool.

Freelancing 101: When to Say ‘No’


Sometimes, you will find that the best answer as a freelancer is “no.” It’s not always the easiest thing to say, but it is necessary at times.

This Week in Design: Oct. 17, 2014


This week I am thinking about flow. Design flow. Work flow. Creative flow. What makes it call come together?

Design Dilemma: Are Crowdsourcing Sites Really So Bad?


There’s no bigger hot button in the design industry than crowdsourcing. Sites like fiverr, eLance, 99designs, DesignContest, and oDesk promise digital client relationships while protecting the rights and payments of the “winners.” And therein lay the problem—these sites have winners and losers—mostly losers.

Readymag Can Help You Build a Portfolio Website


If you are anything like me, you are always looking for tools that make your work easier and faster. Readymag is a tool that allows you to create websites, specifically microsites, presentations, magazines and portfolios in a responsive digital format without coding.

This Week in Design: Oct. 10, 2014


We all like new things, right? This week Adobe released some major new tools and upgrades to its Creative Cloud suite.

Design Dilemma: Will Social Media Help Me Find Clients?


A designer wrote that he was having trouble deciding whether or not to start using social media to promote his website/client outreach.

20 Design Quotes… And What They Can Inspire


Some days are just about inspiration. This is going to be one of those days. There are so many good ideas and thoughts and design practices out there that deserve to be shared.

This Week in Design: Oct. 3, 2014


Typography must be on my mind this week. From a collection of typefaces designed for coders to the feelings and emotion behind certain lettering, type kept creeping into my mind.

X Is the Ultimate WordPress Theme


The WordPress blogging platform is arguably the most well-known in the world. Millions of websites are running on WordPress and tens of millions of users per day visit those URLs.

Getting Started With Letterpress Printing


Have you ever picked up a printed work and taken a minute to admire the feel of it? You hold the paper and get a feel for the thickness and texture while noting the impressions of each letter?

This Week in Design: September 26, 2014


How often when you think about design do you just assume web design? I seem to find myself doing it more now than at any other point in my career.

10 Tools for Collecting Your Design Inspiration


As a designer, you likely have a closet of finished projects and another equally massive digital file.

Using Ptengine to Track Website Analytics


If you have a website – and chances are that you manage several – you know and understand the importance of good analytics.

This Week in Design: Sept. 19, 2014


Are you learning something new in your career? How are you working to push the boundaries of design? Those are things that good designers do.

The Creative Market Super Deluxe Bundle: 60 Items for Only $39!


Creative Market has pulled in some of their most talented shop owners to bring you another amazing bundle of goods.

Design Dilemma: Why Won’t People Share Their Contacts?


As working professionals, we owe it to our industry to mentor those just entering the field so they can become great… and not screw it up for the rest of us by lowering rates and giving creatives a bad name.

Every Design Needs Three Levels of Typographic Hierarchy


One of the most important elements for people looking at anything you design is the type. It needs to be clear and readable and it should direct users through a design, from most important elements to least.

This Week in Design: Sept. 12, 2014


An essential part of what makes someone connect with design is emotion and feeling. And these are two things that can be hard to predict, describe and design.

Freelancing 101: How to Collaborate When You Work Alone


One of the biggest misconceptions of working as a freelancer is that it means working alone. It’s actually very much quite the opposite.


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