We have observed the usage of Countdown as an element for UI, broadcasting and collateral design. Documented further is the process of creating a countdown in 5 simple steps using photoshop. Each step is divided into a couple of sub-steps to make it as simple as possible. Nevertheless, we are looking forward to your feedback, in the comments section below, to make future tutorials a lot more simpler.
“All my office computers have Arial. Let’s use it for our logo.” “I thought logos are always Times New Roman.” “My daughter loves Comic Sans!” To sum up all the versions of this typical query and deliver it into a simple sentence, it would be, “why can’t we use a standard font for our logo?”
Having been a design student and gone through numerous typographic exercises, I am confident of telling you that the Leg Hair Font is unique! My fellow designers have reacted rather vividly, comments ranging from ‘disgusting’ to ‘innovative’. What is the leg hair font?
Last week I came across a great set of geometric posters. Soon, I thought of documenting the process of creating a similar poster and share this tutorial with the readers of Pixelonomics. The implementations of this tutorial are far beyond than just creating a poster.
Let’s get started with our poster. The first thing that needs our attention is the size of our poster. Considering it is a poster, there are good chances that we will eventually print it.