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Learn about the practical application of color theory: how to create color palettes, manipulate colors in Adobe tools like Photoshop and Illustrator, and paint for learning and for fun.
John McWade presents a weekly series that touches on all areas of design, helping designers new and old sharpen their skills and create more powerful work.
Get just the color you want, for print and for screen, with Adobe InDesign and these InDesign insider tips.
Learn about the history of branding and the key elements involved in designing a brand, from conducting market research to creating logos and identity systems.
Focuses on the hows and whys of graphic design history, from Art Nouveau to new wave, detailing the development and evolution of specific styles, techniques, and genres.
Create and share rich, engaging color palettes with Kuler.
Learn the core skill areas (color, typography, and layout) as well as the core tools (Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator) used in graphic design.
Explore tertiary color, the neutral browns and greys that make vibrant colors pop and subtle paintings possible.
Learn to add the illusion of depth to your artwork with the effective use of color and contrast.
Add visual texture to your artwork with color, pattern, and a variety of brush strokes. Break up repetitive strokes and static blocks of color for more dynamic images.
Break an image down into its basic shapes and learn how to effectively compose a drawing or painting.
Learn how to curate and present a mood board that will keep your project, your design team, and your clients on track.
James White, the one-man powerhouse behind Signalnoise design studio, gives us a peek at one of his projects: illustrating the wrestlers of the WWE in its heyday in the eighties and early nineties.
Designer James White describes the evolution of his neo-pop style, why he decided to break out on his own, and how he dealt with the setbacks and found new opportunities for his studio, Signalnoise, along the way.
Learn the basics of color management for photography, design, and the web, from calibrating your monitor to choosing the best printer and paper for your artwork.
Learn to use tone, color, and glazing to establish a visual hierarchy in your artwork and designs.
An award-winning illustrator sits down at the drawing board to explain how complementary colors can make your artwork and designs more compelling and vibrant.
Learn the properties of color, and how to use it to tell stories, create moods, draw attention, and add new possibilities to your creative toolbox.
Simple techniques to improve your layouts and refresh your creative vision, from the founder of Before & After magazine.
Explains the components that make an instructive style guide, and the elements that create a strong brand identity.
Explores color principles, including value, hue and color relationships, digital color mixing, shifting, saturation, tinting, shading, toning, and swatch creation.
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