Social Media Icons are not all the same. Connecting to a companies social media sites is a big part of a websites function, even if the icons may be pretty small. That doesn’t mean they need to be boring. There are so many beautiful, free editable sets that will work with your website and print… [Read More]
Thanks to the simple tutorial from http://www.briandalessandro.com, we were able to take a client’s old animated GIF and give it an updated look easily in Photoshop. And of course we want to share … Open a new document matching the dimensions of your source images. Each intended frame of the animation should be it’s own… [Read More]
A friend passed this on to me and I couldn’t resist posting it here. It’s by Doug Savage of Savage Chickens. Gotta love it … and if you do, you can order a mug. My personal favorite: Hands-Free Mode! Or on a really bad day I might need to use the Built-in GPS.
I recently had a client who asked for some business cards using Avery Template 8371. Although the images showed up fine on my Windows 2008 for Mac saved as a .docx file, when saved as a .doc file for the clients pc version of word, the images changed to black boxes. “Humph!” I said scratching… [Read More]