3 Reasons to NOT Use Photoshop for Your Graphics When people talk about pro design software, they usually think of either Photoshop of Illustrator. And many people use these programs for their projects, which of course is great if that’s what they’re the most comfortable with. The type of software you use is a matter of personal preference and you
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The Non-Designer’s Guide To Choosing Basic Fonts Note: This post contains affiliate links, which are noted with an asterisk (*). This is part 2 of my series “How to Create a Design Style.” You can find the other posts in the series at these links: Part 1 – Five Questions to Ask Before Choosing Fonts & Colors Part 3 –
The Non-Designer’s Guide to Choosing Basic Colors This is part 3 of my series “How to Create a Design Style.” You can find the other posts in the series at these links: Part 1 – Five Questions to Ask Before Choosing Fonts & Colors Part 2 – The Non-Designer’s Guide to Choosing Basic Fonts Part 4 – How to Make
Making your own logo does not have to be an intimidating prospect. In fact, an easy and inexpensive way for non-designers to create their own is to make a simple text-only logo.
In this video, I’ll show you how I made my text-only logo in InDesign, plus how to export your logo from InDesign into different file formats that you can use for different things like web pages, presentations or print projects. And I’ve got some tips for choosing a good logo font, some suggestions for free fonts, plus more to help get you started:
The thought of designing your own graphics can be pretty intimidating when you have no idea how to do it or where to start looking to figure it out. The thing to know is that it’s really not as scary or hard as it sounds. In this post I’m going to share with you several things about designing for yourself that can help lower the intimidation factor and give you the confidence you need to get going.
When you’re designing your own graphics, it’s really easy to be unsure of your work and wonder if what you’re creating is going to be professional enough, or if everything is looking right. Here are 9 questions to ask to help give you the confidence you need to know that you’re on the right track with your designs.
One of the things that not a lot of people realize about InDesign is that you really only need to learn some basics to be able to use it effectively. My 5-lesson mini course, InDesign Basics for Bloggers, is designed to take you through the basics of the program to help you get a foundation for creating a lot of different projects for your blog.
Using InDesign to create content upgrades, opt-in freebies and printables for your blog can be easy when you know some basic tools. Learn how to create a worksheet in Indesign with this tutorial video. #diyprodesign #printables #blogdesign #bloggingtips #optinfreebie
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