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It’s time to talk about the rainbow cylinder in the room. HSV isn't what you think it is.
Rounded corners seem so simple it’s easy to think that you couldn't mess them up. Unfortunately there are a couple ways people often go wrong.
A while ago some friends got into a photoshop battle that got a little exciting and someone managed to rope me into it. The theme was built around taking photos from my friend's wedding and emphasizing how much the groomsmen looked straight out of a gangster or heist movie. Here are my contributions:
Every month I walk to the liquor store and pick up a free bottle of scotch. No, I'm not shoplifting—that whisky is bought and paid for by the internet.
So you don’t have a logo. Or worse, you do have a logo, but it sucks. Never fear! That means there’s just lots of room for improvement. It’s time to open up your favorite graphics editor and slap together a masterpiece.
If you’re not a designer by trade, it can be awfully daunting to move past the simplicity of the One-Step Logo in an attempt to create something more complex. These are some resources I recommend to those interested in starting their graphic design self-education. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but it should help kick-start your foray into the world of design.
You may remember a while back I wrote about The Noun Project, praising it for making design more accessible. Well a few months ago they started allowing designers to enable their icons for purchase at $1.99 each (receiving 50% of sales).
Finding a designer is hard. The industry is flooded with all sorts of riffraff toting their wares alongside the studied professionals. This can make it difficult to know where to look.