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Join Justin Seeley, lynda.com staff author and design enthusiast, each week for a new 5-minute, self-contained tutorial that you can use to instantly improve your design workflow. This series covers techniques for print, digital, and web design, addressing the tools that creative professionals like you use most. Learn new ways to leverage layer styles and vector shapes in Adobe Photoshop, work more efficiently with text in Illustrator, and embed videos and even tweets in WordPress posts, and much more. Check back each week for a new installment, and a new design hack.
Most of the tips and tricks that you see here in this weekly series stem from emails, tweets, Facebook posts and many other types of messages that I receive on a daily basis. However, without those messages, I'm not going to have content. So I need your help. If you have a question, a comment, a concern or a tutorial request about anything you see here in the Creative Quick Tips weekly series, please feel free to hit me up on Twitter at Twitter.com/justinseeley. You can send me an at reply or if I'm following you, just send me a direct message, and I'll be more than happy to try to get something that you want here on the weekly series.
You can also reach me on Facebook at facebook.com/seeleyfb. Again, this is where I pull all of the questions from that I use here in the weekly series. So when I say, I got this from a Facebook post, I'm actually getting it from real community members. So if you have something you want to see here on this weekly series, shoot me a line, and let's see if we can't make that happen.
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