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Tips for desktop designers

I have been using since 2010 when I began to publish a book and after using their online service. It has helped me organize a lot of the images I purchased and I realized I was purchasing images that didn't display the accuracy of what I was writing about so I am starting again. I opened a new account with Dreamstime and plan to crop and use each image uniquely. I am a graphic designer and I studied photography in New York City and love taking pictures and I also appreciate other... continue reading

Get Fingers Tapping in Google Play and the iTunes App Store with an App Icon that POPS!

We use them everyday: weather, fitness tracking, mailing, browsing, messaging, photo editing, productivity, lifestyle, matchmaking apps are part of our routine and it’s quite hard to imagine life without (at least some of) them. In March 2017 there were 2.8 million apps in Google Play and over 2.2 million apps in Apple’s App Store and the numbers are set to grow steadily.That makes the app world a crowded and highly competitive market, where differentiation is essential. And before any... continue reading

Save as desktop background in Tile

Here, I have two images that you can save it as desktop background in Tile. Have a look! continue reading

How I did it: Desktop illustration

Scan something that you found on your desk. In this case it’s paper clipand pencil. Important: Don't forget to cover copyrighted words or logos.Place images into Illustrator (or CorelDraw) and trace it in b&w (2 colors mode. Both Illustrator and CorelDraw offer built-in tracing feature.)All scanned messy spots and dots are very welcomed because we will use them to get some grunge look of the illustration. Place your vectorized stuff around the background.Add some ink splatters, ink... continue reading

Stock photography that blogs

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