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File management can be a big deal for graphic designers. Low-resolution proofs are easily sent by email, but when it comes time to deliver big press-ready files, email usually won’t cut it. File management becomes an even bigger issue when you’re collaborating remotely with other creatives. Here is a ... read more...
Now that the age of information has given way to the age of distraction, more and more professionals are finding themselves searching for ways to stay productive. As graphic designers, surfing the web for inspiration, resources, and new techniques is a part of our job, but little distractions can ... read more...
It’s time for another Friday freebie! Today we have some cool high-resolution stone and rock textures for you. As usual, these textures are free for personal or commercial use in your creative projects. You can share them and alter them, you just can’t re-sell them. Click on the images ... read more...
It’s time for another Some Design Blog freebie! Today we have a set of four free high-resolution textures of streaked and blotted paint. These textures are free for personal or commercial use in your creative projects. You can share them and alter them, you just can’t re-sell them. Click on the images below to open ... read more...
Sometimes one of the most tedious parts of graphic design is finding the resources we need to make the project happen. Often there isn’t room in the budget to do everything from scratch, or we need a stock photo for a mockup and we don’t want to shell out the cost of until the client has approved the ... read more...
The freedom that comes with being a freelancer is a thing to be cherished. As well as getting to pick and choose what projects you want to work on, you also tend to be able to charge more for the work you do than you would as a permanent employee.
But one common complaint you’ll ... read more...
Here’s another Some Design Blog exclusive freebee for you all to enjoy! Today we’re giving you five free high-resolution textures from nature. These rock, dirt, plant, and wood textures are free for personal or ... read more...
Your website is one of the most important marketing tools you have, and while I don’t recommend placing all your marketing eggs in the search engine basket, it’s something your can’t afford to ignore either. Getting a decent search engine ranking means more ... read more...
We thought we’d finish the week off by giving you some free stuff! Today we have four excellent high-resolution textures that you can download and use for free. These are free for personal or commercial use in your creative projects. You can share them and alter them, you ... read more...
While there are options out there for design software, Adobe is, by far, the industry standard, particularly Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Aspiring designers are faced with a daunting list of tools and features to learn, and with new versions being released every couple of years, experience ... read more...