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4 Tips for New Graphic Designers
Being a good designer is not just about make things look pretty, it’s about solving problems. Whether you design for the web, have your hands in printed marketing materials, or design large scale projects, it’s all the same. You need to know your audience, solve the problem, make it look amazing, and stay within budget. Sounds easy enough, but any one of these can trip you up through the design process.
Top 5 Designer Tools in Adobe Creative Cloud (CC)
It’s a great time to be a creative type. With Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) the possibilities are endless, and with so many tools at our fingertips, we can get the work done quickly and with precision. I work with Adobe CC daily to produce art for our web sites and as printed marketing materials. I love that all the CC titles work together seamlessly making my work life a bit less hectic.
9 Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Word
Key commands have always been a part of my work day. I love knowing how to shave off a mere 1 or 2 steps in any process. With everyone wanting everything yesterday, you have to move quickly – get to the finished product without sacrificing design. Keeping up isn’t that difficult when you add some basic key commands to your routine.
Develop a Nondestructive Workflow in Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator to Save Time
At New Horizons, we utilize graphic images everyday to help show our customers the best training they can receive. There are a number of different images associated with each individual course. One thing that never changes at New Horizons is… our client’s need to save time when working on projects. Enter Adobe’s workflow method of Nondestructive Editing. What is nondestructive editing you ask?
7 Must-Know Photoshop Tips for Beginners
Guest Author: Debra Novara
Corporate Branding Manager, NH Learning Solutions
When I first started using Photoshop some 20 years ago, I was in awe of what I could accomplish with just a few key strokes and a mouse. Gone were the days waiting on airbrush artists to alter a photo in some way or another. We were able to make it happen instantly (well, after a handful of undos) and the results were remarkable. Changes that took days, even weeks were accomplished in hours (this also resulted in shrinking deadlines much to our dismay). But even so, this powerful tool was giving us designers more control over our art than ever before and we loved it.