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Design Dilemma: Can an Employer Claim Rights to Your “Style”?


Everyone has been fired from a job. It’s shocking, depressing and degrading but everyone goes through it.

The Comic Book Creator: 100 Layouts for $10


Our friends over at Mighty Deals are currently running fantastic deal for a really cool product that creates comics from your own photos, that’s really worth taking a look at!

Google Material Design: Everything You Need to Know


You probably keep hearing the phrase “material design” popping up in conversations. The concept is pretty new; it was introduced in the summer and references a new design language from the folks at Google.

Minimal Design: How to Design More With Less


Minimalism and the use of whitespace are big design trends right now. Mastery of these techniques might look easy at first glance, but it is actually quite difficult to design with so much open space and so few objects.

Pay What You Want: Learn to Design Bundle (Worth $840!)


This week’s deal is a great opportunity to perfect your mastery of web design. It’s a bundle of eight courses and tutorials, totalling over 80 hours of instruction from industry professionals.

Introducing Design Shack Deals (& Save 10%)


We’re very excited to announce the launch of a new section of the site today — Design Shack Deals. It’s our very own store, featuring discounts, deals, freebies, and giveaways from some fantastic companies.

Understanding and Working With Aspect Ratio


Every image, every canvas, every frame has a shape. And often that shape is a rectangle. Even more common is a rectangle of a particular proportion based on medium.

6 Tips for Designing Signs and Billboards


Your next project assignment: designing a sign for an upcoming event. It will be displayed on billboards around town and printed on smaller yard signs as well.

How Color, Type and Space Can Impact Mood


Do you ever think about mood when you are designing? Mood has impact in two ways – the mood of the project itself and the mood of users.

Infinite Scrolling: Pros and Cons


One-page websites are a major design trend. Especially when it comes to one-page designs packed with content, thanks to infinite scrolling techniques that allow designers to continue a webpage indefinitely.

Looking at Images: Phi Grid vs. Rule of Thirds


When you are thinking about images, do you consider framing and the shape of the crop? The answer does not lie in the shape of the box you just created on a design canvas.

This Week in Design: Feb. 6, 2015


Design for many of us is a job. It requires long hours, plenty of stress and dealing with plenty of challenges.

Boost Your Creativity With BundleHunt’s Creativity Bundle


BundleHunt have partnered with the world’s finest web designers and developers to bring you the creativity design bundle.

Freelancing 101: 10 Ways to Make Clients Look Good


A good freelancer does more than just great work, he or she does work that makes every client look good.

10 Ways Designers Solve Problems


Designers, by nature, are problem-solvers. Every project is a problem or challenge that involves helping other people understand something.

This Week in Design: Jan. 30, 2015


A typography algorithm, the Super Bowl, key performance indicators, “normal” design and neon lights – what do they all have in common?

Design Dilemma: What Constitutes A “Rush Design Job”?


A recent article of mine on why you should charge more for those last minute calls that demand you work overnight, all weekend, or on holidays, brought up several questions from readers.

How & Why Prototypes Are Mandatory for Good Design


Nothing brings you closer to the functionality of the final product than prototyping. While wireframes sketch out the blueprint and mockups show the feel and texture of the design, it is the prototype that brings to life the “experience” behind “user experience.” That beautiful call-to-action may look great on the screen, but you won’t know if it works on end users until the clickable prototype.

This Week in Design: Jan. 23, 2014


Most of what you do as a designer probably starts digitally. The design is drawn with a tool such as Photoshop or InDesign or Illustrator.

10 Tips for Designing Static Ads


Designing the perfect static ad is no easy feat. It might even be impossible. Designing ads can go against many of the things you think as a designer.


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