From the initial time in the design industry, the word “Design” would normally make you think about graphic design. But now you sometimes may feel confused about all the job designations trending around the world in the design sector. With the evolving of technology, the media industry has also evolved from print media to the web, mobile and software so did the design industry too.
The basic role of the graphic designer is to attach emotions and feeling to the polished product or services of the company by choosing the right font, and other visual design elements. Software commonly used by Graphic Designers are Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop
There are a lot of ways to process photos in Photoshop. But not everyone uses Photoshop in the most efficient way. Learn one of the most popular retouching technique that can be used in landscape photography, portrait photography, architecture and more.
Like many page-layout applications, Adobe InDesign supports the creation of templates to speed the development of magazines, newsletters and other publications that use a shared design strategy across multiple issues in a series.
At the most basic level, the user interface (UI) is the series of screens, pages, and visual elements—like buttons and icons—that enable a person to interact with a product or service. Ui designing is all about balancing between usability and visualization.
Most images found online are raster images. Raster images use square pixels to convey an image. Vector graphics convey color using scalable color polygons. Since vector images use dynamic color sections as opposed to static squares, they provide perfect lines and crisp colors. Once you know how to convert an image to a vector in Adobe Illustrator, you’ll be able to scale anything you find to the size you want — without losing image quality.
More and more companies are learning that to stay competitive, they need to invest in user experience. Whether you want to become a professional UX designer or researcher, or you just want to learn the principles of UX to create better products, designs, and campaigns, we’re here to help you get started.
Post production is a fundamental part of a good render since every day more techniques are used to improve visualization and quality. Most of the time the engine Rendering of the programs is not configured with the optimal parameters to achieve hyper-realistic renders. That is why we must take care of that work and devote a prudent time to the post production of our renders.