Describes various approaches to illustrating concepts with type, translating them into digital techniques in Photoshop and Illustrator.
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- Projects (6)
- Design Skills (5)
- Typography (3)
- Illustration (2)
- Page Layout (2)
- Print Design (2)
- Audio + Music (1)
- Color (1)
- Logo Design (1)
- Textures (1)
Learn to toggle between Illustrator and Photoshop and take advantage of the strongest features in each program.
Create editable, nondestructive effects such as shadows, glows, bevel and emboss, and much more with layer effects in Photoshop.
Watch this course to learn the ins and outs of creating professional designs and artwork using crisp, scalable vector shapes in Photoshop.
Teaches designers how to maximize the potential of filters with use of Smart Objects, blending modes, and filter masks.
Deconstructs popular logos to explain why and how they work, and offers a methodical approach to creating a logo in Illustrator and Photoshop.
Learn to re-create a gorgeous postcard from the Art Deco era, with Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign.
Examine all the components of a magazine cover—the page that brands and sells a magazine to readers.
Focuses on the different tools and features in Photoshop designed for choosing, applying, and editing color.
Create textures that create visual interest, heighten realism, and add dimension to Photoshop artwork.
Covers the ins and outs of creating professional designs and artwork using crisp, scalable vector graphics in Photoshop.
Explains the fundamental concepts and techniques for working with type in Photoshop.
Shows how to design a CD package using a combination of Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Bridge, and Acrobat.
Explores the creative process, giving designers options for producing brochures that are both stylish and cost-effective.
“Your website has become a verb. I had a client tell me today that they were lynda.comming their way through learning new software. You’ve joined the ranks of Googling, Photoshopping, and Skyping!” —Jill W.
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