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Creating cartoon characters in Adobe Illustrator is always lots of fun! You don’t even need great drawing skills. Making illustrations out of basic shapes not only simplifies the process, it also produces a stylised appearance that adds to the cute factor. In today’s tutorial I’ll take you through the step by step process of creating […] The post How To Create a Cute Dinosaur Character in Adobe Illustrator appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
This week's Designer News - No 540 - includes A Complete Guide to CSS Functions, Creating an Accessible Range Slider with CSS, YouTube Sans: The Making of a Typeface, Blush Illustrations, a Font (Scunthorpe Sans) That Blocks Foul Language, Modern CSS Solutions for Old CSS Problems and a lot more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 540 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
It’s easy to think about creating beautiful UIs for presenting data when you don’t consider the effort that goes into gathering and serving the data itself. Here’s the thing — thanks to apilayer, you can focus on your UIs and not the pain of API creation. No need to worry about licensing, load balancing, and […] The post Five Top Quality APIs appeared first on David Walsh Blog.
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We’ve put together a collection of our favorite, high-quality Photoshop and Illustrator brushes, to help you put the perfect finishing touch on your next design. A Photoshop or Illustrator brush is, at its simplest, exactly what you’d expect -- a way to draw a particular line or style in a Photoshop or Illustrator document. Click, drag, […]
The dream of a machine-readable Internet is as old as the Internet itself, but only in recent years has it really seemed possible. As major websites take strides towards data-fying their content, now's the perfect time to jump on the bandwagon.
Infographics may be a bit tricky to create, but there is no better alternative for presenting complex data in a 'digestible' and eye-catchy way. Better yet, infographics are slowly becoming critical elements of visual marketing. Of course - text was and remains a leading mean of communicating important information, but we can't undermine the fact […] The post How to Design Cool & Efficient Infographics appeared first on Line25.
You can use CSS3 to add blur, shadow, brightness or contrast to an element. Overall, there are ten filters available. The SVG format knows filter effects as well. Partially, these options overlap, for example when it comes to blur. However, the SVG format knows several additional filters that CSS3 alone can’t create. With little effort, you can add SVG Filters to an HTML element. What SVG Filters Exist? While CSS3 has a total of ten different filters, the SVG format offers 19 of them. For example, there’s “<feConvolveMatrix>”, which mixes pixels on an image with adjacent pixels. This creates a smudgy effect similar to the motion blur in Photoshop. Using “<feGaussianBlur>” allows you to apply a Gaussian blur, while “<feMorphology>” makes sure that the pixels of an image are thinned or thickened. Original Image and the Applied “<feMorphology>” Filter You can use the filter “<feColorMatrix>” for different color manipulations, for example to alter an image’s saturation, hue, and brightness. The two filters “<feDiffuseLighting>” and “<feSpecularLighting>” allow you to add lighting effects like diffused or reflected light to a picture. With “<feDistantLight>”, “<fePointLight>” or “<feSpotLight>”, you can define different light sources. Image With Lighting Filter There are several other filters, some […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesCSSgram: Instagram Image Effects in Plain CSSFilter Forge 4: More Than 10,000 Filters for Photoshop Aficionados…Better than Pure CSS3: Realistic and Complex Shadows with Shine.jsHowTo: Build (Sort of) an Instagram Clone with HTML5Firefox Developer Edition: The Browser for DevelopersText Effects With SVG: Patterns, Masks and Clipping Paths
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