HOW TO MAKE A WEBSITE THAT INFLUENCES PEOPLE

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Dale Carnegie’s book How to Win Friends & Influence People was first published back in 1936. If a book is considered a classic when it withstands the test of time, this one is definitely a classic. If all so-called “influencers” followed its advice today, they would be much more successful … Read More

HOW TO CREATE A REALISTIC MONEY EFFECT in PHOTOSHOP with help from ILLUSTRATOR

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The classic illustration style used on money is something that you may want to figure out how to replicate in Photoshop. There’s plenty of Photoshop tutorials that show how to create a basic halftone line effect, but they never quite capture that authentic engraved look with plenty of shading and … Read More

THE ARTS and CRAFTS MOVEMENT

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The Arts and Crafts Movement (1850-1900) was a reaction against the Industrial Revolution. The development of the steam engine by James Watt in 1765 led to the mechanization of industry, agriculture and transportation and changed the life of the working man in Britain. The cities and towns grew to accommodate … Read More

15 FREE MODERN SANS SERIF FONTS for GRAPHIC & WEB DESIGNERS

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Almost all designers always look for the good quality free fonts for their artworks. Some search engines show them to download for free, but in fact, you can have them for a certain fee. Here is a list of 15 FREE SANS SERIAL FONTS to download directly without any subscription … Read More

MINIMALIST GRAPHIC DESIGN

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Most of us have heard of the ‘Minimalist Design’ name. Even though some of us know exactly what it is but do we all know exactly what really it is? When and how it was started? Minimalist graphic design is a philosophy of creating something where every element serves a … Read More

ART NOUVEAU

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Art nouveau is an international style in architecture and design that emerged in the 1890s and is characterised by sinuous lines and flowing organic shapes based on plant forms… If you’ve been to Paris or seen it in photos, you’ll recognize the swirling, plant-like gates, with their distinctive lettering, that … Read More