Stock photos have a bad rap. They're campy and cheesy and the butt of plenty of jokes. But what's great about them is they're often the catalyst for promotions or gags—sort of a comedic blank slate. Enter the new Vince Vaughn movie Unfinished Business, which comes out Friday.
Being a designer, you might have gone through designing several creative designs in Photoshop and sliced them with CSS styles but have you ever wondered the design theory behind what you create? Well here are 20 great articles that will teach you graphic design theory. Have a look at these articles below! 1. Typography tips …
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This is a super cool font, thanks Michael P. Glennon!
One great project to share with students that can better help them understand how and when they may use images created by others is the Creative Commons project.
A really clear article that gives easy to understand info on
Creative Commons! A nice start!
You know I'm all about #4!
Share alike: if the creator allows other to transform their work, they may also state, if someone wants to transform the work, the created image must carry the same Creative Commons license as the one that was transformed. I call this the “pay it forward” option.
Everyone knows not to use Comic Sans, but it's not the only played out, overused font all over the web. This graphic offers some great alternatives for some of the web's most popular fonts and typefaces so you can give your website, document, or presentation a fresh look.
A great infographic that shows new fonts to add to your graphic design arsenal! Thanks to @NikkiDRobertson for spotting it!
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