Today I wanted to share a few tips on how to organize your Adobe Illustrator workspace. Since sharing my Illustrator + graphic design process in the Share-worthy Design course, I’ve put together systems that streamline my workflow.
As competition + saturation in the market increases, brands find themselves in a place where they need to distinguish from the rest of the crowd. Businesses search for ways to increase engagement with their customers, build trust and ultimately loyalty in their brand.
A few of you have asked about my experience with Lunch + Learn — what I have learned from hosting a webinar, the logistics of it, and how it is going. Here are a few of my insights from hosting a monthly webinar:
Throughout the first few months of my print design job, it was trial by fire as I tested what was effective as a dynamic layout! I developed a method that served me well in designing layouts, and thought I would share a few of my secrets with you guys! Most of these tips can be applied to logo + web design as well.
I am all about being productive and streamlining any process: whether it is through Illustrator shortcuts, utilizing templates or publishing blog posts. Here are a few tips that have helped me post frequently, that will hopefully resonate with you as well!
I am no stranger to the overwhelming sensation that too many ideas can bring. I have loved this journey of starting my business so far, however sometimes I feel paralyzed and pulled too many directions.
Here are a few common web design elements that designers neglect to include for their web developer.
I thought I would let you guys in on an Adobe Illustrator trick that I have found so useful as of late.
Today I thought I would share just a few of my favorite apps that I use for my business.
I have never been one for new year’s resolutions, but this year that has changed (sort-of). Over the break, my husband Elliot and I drove a total of 28 hours, which left plenty of time for reflecting on 2014, and setting goals for the future.
This week I thought I would share a tip that has helped me a lot on taking my hand lettering sketches to the computer, without losing that handmade quality.
Another pattern study this week! I created this pattern the old-fashioned way — sketching by hand, cutting the paper, and re-assembling, for a repeatable pattern.
Maybe you guys already know this trick, but this tip has sped up my workflow quite a bit when preparing final logo files.