Which program should you be using to design your graphics – Adobe Illustrator or Canva? I’m comparing the differences between the two design programs so you can know the difference!
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If you've been wanting to teach yourself graphic design, look no further than this post! I've rounded up the top five posts you should read to start learning graphic design on your own.
Have you ever wondered how people have those super fancy email signatures in Gmail? Well wonder no more! I've put together a design tutorial that teaches you just that.
Learn how to use every single Adobe Illustrator tool from this guide! This is the perfect post for anyone teaching themselves graphic design or learning Adobe Illustrator.
Looking to learn Adobe Illustrator? Or maybe you're teaching yourself graphic design? This guide to Adobe Illustrator tools is the perfect place to start!
Creating an Illustrator template for my social media graphics has been a total life saver! Not having to recreate a brand new graphic every single time I publish a new blog post saves me 30 minutes every. single. time. You need a template too – so follow these three simple steps to create them!
I want each and every one of you to be killer designers. But, depending on your graphic design experience, you may still be making a few of these mistakes that DIY graphic designers make. Luckily, they're all super easy to fix, so click through to find out if you're making these mistakes too!
Is your typography helping or hindering your designs? Check out these top rules to follow and mistakes to avoid in order to unify your graphics, look professional and attract your target audience.
What are RGB, CMYK and Pantone colors and why should I care?! Lucky for you, here is a whole post simplifying the basics of all three!
Drop shadows are ugly. There - I said it. BUT, luckily I am here to keep you up-to-date on trends of the design world! So here are a few variations of your average drop shadow that are actually cool to use.