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3 Steps to Take The Headache Out Of A Website Redesign

As Co-founder of iPerceptions, I have had the opportunity to help countless Fortune 500 brands do website redesigns. In my experience, it is one of the most critical digital projects a brand can undertake, but equally one of the most misunderstood. One of the biggest misconceptions about the website redesign process is that the minute you hit the launch button, everything will instantly improve, from customer satisfaction scores to task completion to conversion. Unfortunately, this is not the case. According…

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It’s Nice That launches its latest Printed Pages for AW17

It’s Nice That has just launched its latest issue of Printed Pages, a 240-page magazine that brings together the best from the creative world, providing a global survey of the most inspiring work and projects and the people who made them. On the cover is an illustration by Igor Bastidas, an up-and-coming artist who has created a story that kicks off the magazine and sets the tone for what’s to come. Inside you’ll find the work of photographers, illustrators, artists…

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13 Step by Step Dispersion Effect Tutorial in Photoshop

13 Step by Step Dispersion Effect Tutorial in Photoshop Do you want this effect on your photos? If you want to learn this technique, I’m gonna show you 13 step by step dispersion effect tutorial in Photoshop. If you follow these steps, later you will get awesome results in which you can be proud of and you can post it on your social media or wherever you want, whenever you want! If you wanna use the image and the brush…

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How to Use Adobe XD’s Smart Guides — SitePoint

The following is a short extract from our book, Jump Start Adobe XD, written by Daniel Schwarz, a highly practical tutorial on this fantastic prototyping tool. SitePoint Premium members get access with their membership, or you can buy a copy in stores worldwide. Smart Guides were originally introduced in Sketch and later adopted in Photoshop after the feature became a hit. Adobe XD explains them in their help section: “When you move an object or artboard, use Smart Guides to…

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Breaking down CSS Box Shadow vs. Drop Shadow

Drop shadows. Web designers have loved them for a long time to the extent that we used to fake them with PNG images before CSS Level 3 formally introduced them to the spec as the box-shadow property. I still reach for drop shadows often in my work because they add a nice texture in some contexts, like working with largely flat designs. Not too long after box-shadow was introduced, a working draft for CSS Filters surfaced and, with it, a…

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Famous artworks ruined with design by committee

You’ve been working for weeks or months on a winning piece of graphic design – a great poster, logo or album cover, perhaps. You’ve thought it over carefully, deploying every skill you learnt while studying and working as a designer. After long consideration, the project’s done and you submit it to the client.  You look forward to their reaction, but then you hear the message that every professional designer dreads: “I’ve got a few suggestions to make…” The phrase ‘design…

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Website Offers Practice Design, Redesign, and Expansion Solutions

Henry Schein crafted its redesigned Integrated Design Studio (IDS) website to be a one-stop solution for oral health professionals looking to design a new practice, remodel, or expand. It features online planning tools, 3-D visualization samples, and project planning functionality to determine the projected timing of office designs from vision to creation. Also, it provides enhanced access to the IDS team, which comprises designers focused on creating functional, creative, and innovative dental office designs.  With a refreshed look and feel…

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Beg, Steal and Borrow: Artists take a stand against originality

“Art is theft,” Picasso once proclaimed, and it’s often said that much of the best and most ‘original’ new art involves an act or two of unequivocal, overt theft. This snazzy new book, Beg, Steal and Borrow, by Elephant Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Robert Shore, offers a comprehensive and provocative survey of the complex subjects of art, theft and copyright, written in an easy to read, journalistic style. Interestingly, it traces an artistic lineage of appropriation, from Michelangelo to Jeff Koons, and…

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10 top tools for illustrators to try this October

This month, we’re taking a look at custom brushes for illustrators. We’ll start with some brushes for Photoshop. These aren’t all exactly new, but with so many options out there, it can be hard to know which ones to use. Beyond these top five, if you’re looking for a more extensive collection, take a look at our roundup of The 60 best free Photoshop brushes. Then we’ll move on to top Clip Studio Paint (aka Manga Studio) brushes. Like Photoshop,…

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