Category Archives: Design For Students
“It’s not a pink slip, it’s a blank page.” This is the tag line of ‘Lemonade‘, a short film that I saw earlier this year about 16 advertising professionals who lost their jobs after the 2008 recession and then ‘found [..]
This is a guest article written by Nicole White*. Image courtesy of Shutterstock. Stepping out of college and into the world of design can be a big change for many with little real-world experience in the field. Learning how to [..]
I announced a few days ago that I was attending the two day Australian design conference, Semi Permanent… well this article is a semi review of it. Inspiring Intimidation Yes the conference was inspirational – very much so – yet [..]
Having an online presence in the design world has left me quite a position to fill, in fact, I get quite a few emails from design students (or alike) requesting advice or an interview. Most of the time I do [..]
Below are some graphic design tips that were submitted by JCD readers earlier this week as part of our 5000+ subscribers celebration.
Here are 6 Adobe Photoshop tips and tricks that you may not know about. This post is for Photoshop beginners. 1. Refining a selection After you make a selection in Photoshop you can easily edit the selection using refine edge [..]
Want to know how to design? Then you should learn the basics of design. The basic elements of design include colour, line, shape, scale, space, texture and value and these are the fundamental pieces that make up any piece of [..]