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7 Tips to Improve Your E-Commerce Website Design

When it comes to selling online, you probably know that security and quality items are key components of your shop. The design of your online store can matter too. You want to create a design aesthetic that’s easy to navigate and leads users to items they want to buy with the ability to check out quickly. A solid e-commerce website design can actually help you increase sales because it makes shopping easy. Here are seven tips to help you create an even better online store, with examples of online… learn more

Design Shack  Design Shack— Carrie Cousins | 
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Typeface of the Month: Game Time

All passion and frenzied heads blasting flecks of au jus into the faces of the temporally confused because it’s our Typeface of the Month: Game Time, all the time, and they aren’t what they eat, just an orange getting squeezed. A raw sense of energy, strength and determination. It’s bold and quick-stroke style was created by hand with a chisel tip marker providing harmony within the angles as strokes change direction, while also achieving a natural flow and texture to the aesthetic to the font. The… learn more

Slanted  Slanted— Clara Weinreich | 
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10+ Unique Instagram Layout Ideas & Concepts

One of the latest trends on Instagram is using the account feed to create unique designs to make each channel more memorable and attractive. While browsing Instagram, we came across many different styles of feed and post layouts featuring puzzles and grid designs. This trend is a great way to make your profiles and Instagram pages stand out from the crowd. And offer a unique experience for the followers to browse your posts as well as to grab their attention. If you’re thinking about creating a unique… learn more

Design Shack  Design Shack— Roshan Perera | 
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Motion graphics

Motion graphics—a digital technique that combines the language of traditional graphic design with the creative visual language of film and animation—has become a fast growing area within the practice of graphic design. With the function of storytelling, it evokes a strong emotion and creates a connection between the message and the watcher. It collects the outstanding projects from across the globe. All the striking works are divided into three categories, namely commercial, cultural, and experimental… learn more

Slanted  Slanted— Laura Nadvornik | 
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20+ Best Free Premiere Pro Templates 2020

Are you looking for a way to create a quick title scene or a slideshow in Premiere Pro? Then these free Premiere Pro templates will come in handy. One of the best features of Premiere Pro is the ability to use templates. With templates, you can instantly create various types of video projects. Even if you don’t have much experience in using the app, templates are fairly easy to use. There are plenty of amazing Premiere Pro templates out there. But, most of them are premium templates. Don’t worry, if… learn more

Design Shack  Design Shack— Roshan Perera | 
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Design Trend: Mono Gradients

Monotone color palettes have always been popular. It’s a classic colour scheme that never really goes out of style. Most recently, we’ve seen plenty of white or dark monotone palettes dominate this style. But there’s a new take on monotone colors that’s trending: mono gradients. Here’s a look at the trend and how designers are making the most of it. We’re sharing different examples of mono gradients in action, and sharing tips for how you can use it in your own designs. What is a Mono Gradient?… learn more

Design Shack  Design Shack— Carrie Cousins | 
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10+ Best Places to Find Free Fonts

Typography plays a big role in all types of designs, from product packaging to mobile apps and more. Today we’re taking a look at the best places to find free fonts, and take your design work to a new level. But why is typography so important? Remember what happened at the Oscars 2017, when they gave the Best Picture award to the wrong film? Typography is to blame for that huge mess. As the creative strategist Benjamin Bannister points out, a simple change in the font and the design could have helped… learn more

Design Shack  Design Shack— Roshan Perera | 
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form 287—Frauen und Design

The facts are completely banal: women make up half of the world’s population and some women design. The vast majority of them use designed products daily. And yet, like in many other male-dominated industries, women are still less visible in design than their male colleagues. Even as users, in the design process they regularly disappear in the shadow of the standard white male. form 287—Frauen und Design  is dedicated to the diverse perspectives that feminism opens up for design. It collects brilliant… learn more

Slanted  Slanted— Clara Weinreich | 

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