Find out how to create the best firework shots for the big weekend, the latest HRD programs, what the sunny 16 rule is, and how to win your next photography contest! This week at The Photobomb!…
Month: June 2011
Posters are one of the most visually creative forms of marketing a designer can create. Keep inspired and knowledgeable with this HUGE list of inspiration, tutorials, tips, and templates! This week on The Art of Design: Posters
Advertising expenses can easily overwhelm a major portion of a new-businesses’ startup funds or an existing small businesses’ operating cash flow. But advertising is essential to attract new customers and to drive continuing sales. Happily, there are economical ways to advertise and promote your business.…
A brochure can be a powerful marketing tool. On the other hand, an ineffective brochure can be a waste of your marketing budget and hurt your credibility. Here are some tips to make sure your brochure meets its objectives and becomes an important component in your lineup of marketing tactics.
Want to keep the earth cool while you’re in the heat, this summer? Our latest Green Your Life will green your summer with tons of tips, ideas and inspiration to keep your 2011 summer fun, beautiful and eco-friendly. Afterall, we want to keep having these beautiful summers for as long as we can. …
Back again with the wicked design style. Come check out the latest with free music player templates, contact form inspiration, the freshest tutorials and some laughs on a t-shirt.
The Art of Design gets sticky this week with Stickers. Get the latest and greatest tips, tutorials, inspiration and more for these underappreciated marketing tool that really leaves a lasting impression.
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Negative space, in art and graphic design, refers to the area around and between the subject of an image. Negative space becomes apparent when the space around a subject, and not the subject itself, forms an interesting or relevant shape. Often, negative space is used to form the “real” subject of an image.