Designing for print requires some additional and more advanced knowledge which designers often don’t have. And what about those who doesn’t have no knowledge at all but are seeking for a beautiful and qualitative print work? Again Graphicriver is the answer. The print templates that can be found there range from business cards to full magazine mockups. If you’re on a low-budget and don’t want to hire a designer but looking for a nice solution this is definitely the place to check out first. Also if you’re unexpierenced designer in the print field and asked to do a print-ready solid project, this is where you can set off. The templates sold here are detailed, unique and layered so you can examine every little detail or even start building your own project on the basis of it.
Today we’ve prepared a compilation of a niche which will always be in demand – flyers. Flyers have been around couple decades and probably will be couple more. Whether it’s web or billboard – every event needs a flyer. They’re on of the most powerful marketing tools so you have to be careful when choosing one. Fortunately, Graphicriver has plenty of wonderful option to choose from so keep reading and check out these 50 impressive and fantastic premium flyers from Graphicriver.Read More
It’s been a while since we had our last inspirational post with stunning wallpapers. With this being said we decided to show you some of the most recent, amazing and creative desktop wallpapers to inspire your day.
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GIMP might be the little brother of Photoshop but it is a really powerful program and the truth is that many top web designers design solely with GIMP. There might be fewer resources for GIMP than there are for Photoshop but still there are enough resources you can find online. Almost all of these resources are free, which makes it even better. For instance, have a look at this list of more than 40 fantastic GIMP brushes:Read More
Sometimes even artists need a little nudge sometimes. Maybe you need a little inspiration when you have artist’s block. Or a little motivation when you just woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Whatever the case, we bring you some awesome wallpapers and posters about design. Enjoy!Read More
Finding the right font for your design work can often be really frustrating and time consuming. For that reason you should always have plenty of various fonts in your toolbox. When was the last time you downloaded a nice and pretty font? It’s time for you to update your font library with some fresh and stunning fonts. This article presents 50 fresh and beautiful fonts from 2011 to enliven your design work as well as a few typography tips. The list contains many smooth and solid fonts that are suitable for web design as well as some funkier and nontraditional fonts that will add that extra something to your digital art. And did I mention that all the fonts are completely free? (some fonts might be available only as demo versions). Also here are a few tips to consider when working with type.Read More
Remembering passwords, without a doubt, is one of the most difficult tasks. Passwords are the key to every valuable service you use on the web and they cannot be compromised. Forgetting your passwords result in time consuming retrieval, because you have to go through all the verification processes to get your password back. Of course, every problem has a solution. In this roundup we will share some of the best free password management software that you can use to store your passwords securely.Read More
There are many ways to attract viewers’ attention when it comes to web design.Flash techniques, awesome photography & catchy color schemes are just some of the many methods used to create visual interest. There is something even simpler that can create a big impact…kick-ass Typography. Specifically, I’m talking about big and bold typography. When used correctly it can stand alone in a layout and still attract a lot of attention.Read More