Adobe Likes to Retain Customers: By Hook or Crook

Adobe is a well-known and respected brand in the world of design and tech, with its flagship products such as Photoshop and Illustrator being used as the de facto tools all around the world. Furthermore, Adobe’s Creative Cloud offerings too have enjoyed immense popularity, and even though nowadays certain alternatives are coming up, the apex […]

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How To Manage Payments: Make Sure You Get Paid!

Have you ever had trouble with a client who did not pay you for your work? Would you be able to manage this kind of situation? Even if it has never happened to you, this problem is more common than you think. Indeed, one of the most difficult aspects of working as a freelancer is […]

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How To Setup Multiple Sources Of New Web Design Clients

Marketing and sales are two challenging aspects of web design. Web designers in various settings often think about where the next project is coming from. For freelancers, it’s exciting to sign up a new client for a long-term project. But there is always a little anxiousness about what to do after that time is over. […]

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Working with Photoshop’s Blending Modes to Color a Black and White Photo

I love looking at Black and White pictures…it somehow gives me a very calm feeling and intimate thoughts. However, seeing a bit of color on a Black and White picture makes it more exciting and outstanding. Thus, we see selective color photography everywhere nowadays. It usually draws attention to the subject in the photo and […]

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How to Cheat at Tilt-Shift Photography

Tilt-shift photography (that ‘miniature effect’) is still a relatively new concept, and it’s a great way for you to generate interest in your design work through social networks, galleries and portfolios. The only problem is the cost. Even if you have a DSLR camera already, a tilt-shift lens will typically set you back around $1500… […]

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10 Photoshop Quick Tips to Improve Your Workflow

Using Photoshop can sometimes seem like a necessary evil, especially when things seem to take much longer than they should. However, if something seems to take a long time, you can be pretty sure that someone has found a quick way of doing it! So we are bringing you 10 quick tips that will hopefully […]

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Best WooCommerce Plugins to Spike Sales with Design in Mind

If you’ve constructing an eCommerce site with WordPress, chances are you’ve gone with, or at least tried, WooCommerce. The popular eCommerce plugin is available for free and it turns any current WordPress site into a fully functional online store. Not only can you upload your products and start collecting payments, but quite a few other […]

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Creating Rotoscoping Animation with Photoshop

It was invented by the great animator Max Fleischer (of Betty Boop, Popeye and Superman fame) in 1917. Those of us who were born in the 80’s probably got our first glimpse at this technique either by A-Ha´s music video of “Take on Me” or by the bizarre Ralph Bakshi’s animated version of Lord of […]

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Adobe Photoshop CS6 New Round of Tips and Tricks

It has been more than a year since my first article “8 Photoshop Tricks I Wish I Knew When I Was a Student“. Since then, we have moved to CS6, with a whole range of new functionalities. In this article we will present some of those new functionalities with some little tips and tricks that […]

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