10 Best Newest InDesign Tutorials for Designers

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One of the most widely used applications of Adobe Suite would be InDesign. Primarily, it is used to create a variety of publications, be it lifestyle magazines, technical brochures, or entire novels. It may not appear to be as fancy as Photoshop or CorelDraw, but it has a lot of potential. While playing around with the basic features of InDesign is easy, it takes an excellent professional to master the entire application. There are a lot of InDesign online tutorials which help you out in this task. The tutorials cover almost everything – starting from creating a document to the most advanced features. Over time, these tutorials have increased massively, and it becomes difficult to figure out which are good ones and which are bad ones. To help you, we are sharing a list of best, latest InDesign Tutorials for Designers.

15 Tips to Get Skin Smoothing and Retouching Right in Photoshop

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Who does not like clear skin? But few people are gifted with naturally glowing skin that is flawlessly clear. Everybody wants to achieve flawless skin, but not many of them are fortunate enough to have it. Some take makeup while others choose to use Photoshop to retouch their pictures and make their skin look flawless. Adobe Photoshop is a powerful tool that can help you clear up your skin with a natural finish. The finish is so natural that you would never know if a photograph is retouched. This blog focuses on the tips to get skin smoothening and retouching right in Adobe Photoshop. Let us look at how we can do it.

Tips for Creating Perfect Color Templates in Adobe Illustrator

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Creating your custom color templates can prove to be very beneficial. It can be necessary at times as well. While Adobe Illustrator has an extensive library of ready-made color themes by multiple designers, there may be times where you may need a fresh color palette that matches your requirements perfectly. You can always edit a pre-existing color scheme to match your requirements. Still, a color template made from scratch will always be more accurate and authentic for your work. Before understanding how to create your perfect color templates using Adobe Illustrator, we should also brush up on different color schemes’ basics to understand how colors work in coordination. This blog focuses on understanding the basics of various color schemes and then using that information to create perfect color templates in Adobe Illustrator.

11 Amazing Illustrator Hacks to Boost Your Work

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There are so many tips and tricks you can work with when you are working with Adobe Illustrator. A vector graphics editor, Adobe Illustrator is a powerful software that helps designers with creating and modifying graphics. It is a brainchild of Apple computers and was designed for use in Windows 10 and Mac OS. But working with Illustrator is not very easy and hence, very seasoned graphic designers use hacks not many people know to make the work easier. There are many Illustrator hack that let designers work quickly and enhance their skills in new ways.

Crafting a Leather Text Effect in Photoshop

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Leather text  effect is beneficial when it comes to visual graphics. If you wish to be more distinct with your leathery textures, there’s no better way than creating a leather text effect yourself. Applications such as Adobe Photoshop make it easy to customize and craft your leather (or any other material) effects. And what’s more – you can even use these effects to create textual content that will stand out.

8 Steps for Creating Beautiful Mandala Vectors in Illustrator

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Mandalas are circular designs that specify the eternal nature of life. Mandala is a Sanskrit word for the shape circle. It is a geometrical design that symbolizes the Hindu and Buddhist cultures. It is a symbol for ritual and spiritual pathway in Asian cultures and norms.

A Mandala depicts two different points: 1. it is a visual representation of Universe, externally; 2. internally as a guide to several practices of Asian traditions which also includes meditation. The Mandala is generally formed on cloth, paper or a surface with the use of threads, fashioned in bronze or built-in stone.