Hero images have been around now for some time, and they certainly don’t seem to be losing novelty with time. Apart from slight transformations (carousels, sliders, interactive images), hero images have been the same ol’ magazine inspired full-page image designs that never lose their charm.
Are you daunted or put off by the prospect of project management? You shouldn’t be. Think of it rather as an opportunity. Start-ups have more to prove than large companies. They have to build a reputation and not lose credibility, which is why your web design or development practice needs teamwork to deliver great products. It is up to you to find the winning formula that achieves the best results, and organize your resources efficiently in order to keep your clients happy, plus outrun the competition.
One thing all web designers are wary of is working with a bad client. A bad client doesn’t only mean one who doesn’t pay you on time but also one who creates unnecessary problems in the professional association. But in a world where there is intense competition among designers to source projects and outbid each other, how do you zero in on bad clients? One of the ways to do so is to look into the other side of the picture or in other words take note of early warning signs. Let’s take a look at some early warning signs which will help you judge bad clients and avoid them.
Tutorials can often be your greatest source of inspiration when trying to design that project you have been putting off. In this post, I have rounded up a collection of very useful Adobe Photoshop tutorials from around the web from the month of March 2012. You’ll find everything from Creating a Cinematic “Sergeant America” Text Effect in Photoshop, to designing a Dynamic Portrait with Flashy Light Effects. So what are you waiting for…why not try one out?
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One of the things that always brings me back to my childhood memories is when I see character illustrations in some of the websites and artwork that are being designed today. In this post, I have come up with a great collection of mainly Illustrator and some Photoshop tutorials for character design. You will find that there is a wide array of tutorials ranging from beginners to advanced that suits all levels of designers. So if you are in search of Character Illustration Tutorials, this article is a must-see. Enjoy!
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