Author: jgeorge

4 Questions I ask Every Client I Meet

Questions I ask Every Client When you meet with a potential new client, it is kind of like a job interview, but for your clients. The truth of the matter is that I can’t help everyone I meet. Sometimes clients have lofty goals or grand misconceptions about what we can pull off for them. I always like to sit down with clients and dig a little deeper into what they are looking for and what they are really trying to accomplish. Let’s take a look at 4 questions I ask every client before I start a design project. What...

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A Simple Trick to Make a Vintage Photo With Photoshop

Make a Vintage Photo in Photoshop Recently, I posted a vintage promotional image on my local Instagram account. i got a lot of likes and follows from it, so I figured people would like to know how I made it. You can do this in Photoshop in just a few easy steps. If you know what goes into the look of a vintage photo, you can replicate it with ease using Photoshop. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to make a vintage photo with Photoshop in just a few easy steps. Step 1: Drop your Photo into Photoshop...

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10 New Free Fonts for Summer 2016

Summer 2016 Free Fonts For Your Collection The Summer is here, and it’s time to enjoy some fun new free fonts. It’s been a while since I’ve shared some typographic goodness, and the fonts from today’s collection won’t disappoint. No, these aren’t illegible hand-written or scribbly brush fonts. these are good, well-made fonts you can actually use in your design projects. You’ll find everything from fonts with a multitude of weights, to display fonts that are to be used for specific purposes. let’s take a look at the list of 10 free fonts for Summer 2016. Akrobat Akrobat is...

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Adobe Illustrator CC New Features

Good old Adobe Illustrator. I learned how to use Adobe Illustrator before I learned how to use Photoshop. Way back in the day, when I first started, I was only interested in logos and illustration. Those days are long gone, but my love for Adobe Illustrator hasn’t faded. Along with Photoshop CC updates, Adobe Illustrator has seen a few updates, too. I wouldn’t count these as being a full version upgrade, but Adobe has tweaked and refined a few features to make things easier and more intuitive to use. Let’s take a look at the Adobe Illustrator CC New...

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Elegant Ornaments: Vector Graphics for Borders

Elegant Ornaments In an age of modern and flat design, a great way to make your work stand out is to add ornamentation to it. Making a decorative design can be time consuming, but it’ll all be worth it in the end. Today, I have a free pack of elegant ornaments you can download, provided exclusively by Freepik. This is a great pack of vector ornamental elements you can use as borders or any other decorative element. Let’s take a look at what comes in the pack. There are tons of uses for these decorative vector ornaments. Imagine using...

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