You might have seen photos that feature this dramatic effect: one object in color with the rest in black and white. Here are the best apps and tutorials that show you how to recreate this effect.
Take a look at these insane (unofficial) logo reinventions of some of the world’s biggest brands. These logo redesigns were inspired by Patreon’s rebrand.
We’ve rounded up the best text effect apps for you to use on your Instagram photos, Facebook posts, scrapbooks and other social apps.
Good news for WordArt lovers: WordArt is back—in CSS3 form! Apart from being good fun, it’s a good case study into the abilities of CSS3. After studying these, try and create your own CSS3 Text Effects.
Instagram is one of the most used apps today. It can be a fantastic marketing tool, but if you’re not a professional photographer, standing out can be difficult. So in order to help your posts reach their desired audience we have selected 6 of the most effective apps to help lift your Instagram game.
Have you ever encountered photos where part of the image is animated while the rest stays perfectly still? This new type of media that toes the line between photo and video is called a cinemagraph.
Create wonderful 8-bit art using these graphic design resources. There’s everything from retro game sprites to bitmap fonts.
Turn your links into emoji with this crazy emoji link shortener. Linkmoji is a URL shortener with a twist: instead of making your links shorter using characters, it uses emoji. You’ll surely get an increase in click-throughs to your links on social media while this is still novel. (more…)
In 2015, many of the most beautiful websites feature gorgeous, full-screen images. Naturally, it can be frustrating as a web designer to have no images to work with. It might not be feasible for you to hire a photographer, or none of the stock photography sites seem to have the right images for you.