hi all, I just started a small mobile pizzeria on a bicycle, but I have no ideas of a logo for the business; the name is "the burning pizza" . I ask you please if I could help , I'll be really grateful, thank you very much !
Im making a poster for my gf, she likes Interstellar, deers, triangles... Any critics for it to improve? I would aprecciate them very much :D
why is the deer such low quality?
well i know why you just took it from google. honestly I dont think you are ready to make a good poster.
Besides that deer, that text makes no sense.
To begin with, it should say "hacia" instead of "por".
Also, why would you gift something to your gf that says you are going backwards as if your relationship wasn't working?
I have been struggling with this for a while and I cannot just stick to text logos I need to add that "custom" feel to my logos. How can I use shapes maybe from photoshop and the pen tool with ease because those stress me out
Hi /gd/ first time coming here. I have a really important presentation next week, so I would like to know whats the best way to do a presentation with slideshow? What are some other alternatives to PowerPoint or Prezi? Cause I would like to use something different.
Its a serious presentation, so I would like something that looks elegant but different at the same time. Thanks
i only use after effects for presentations slides (sometimes i even go with 3d animations i made myself) they always ask me what power point template did i use.
a good slideshow doesn't need fancy effects or visuals. it should only serve to reinforce the presentation you're already giving.
your pic, for example, is a shitty slideshow because it's full of paragraphs and bullshit that nobody will read, nor should they. especially you. NEVER READ FROM YOUR OWN SLIDESHOW.
each slide should contain no more than 3-4 lines of text (maybe 5 if you're really pushing it), and they should just be the main points you're speaking about. elaborate with your speech, do not elaborate in the slideshow
This is my graphic design that i came up with
don't know if this is the right place to ask, but I'm looking for the name of a certain visual design
Specifically, visual designs from late 90s era US motorcoach seats. The ones I'm thinking of all had some sort of "rainbow" or similar patterns on a grey or dark ash background. Somewhat like pic related. Occasionally I think these patterns also showed up in various commercial carpets and fabric cubicle panels of the time as well.
also before anyone asks I am NOT thinking of pic related, it was not a tropical/rasta design at all
I know I'm a bad designer but I would like to know why
Hey I am looking for someone to create my team a gaming logo for Counter Strike. If you are interested you can email me at [email protected]
Just finished a Vaporwave 1920 x 1080 Background for myself. Have fun.
someone that is good at editing can you put a circular audio spectrum GIF around the word saber in this image.
how would you guys go about fixing / replicating this beard correctly?
i'm having some trouble, it's been a while since i've used Illustrator this much. the straight lines look really awkward to me but i can't make every beard strand thick.
left is the original sticker, it's really destroyed / faded so it's kinda hard to see everything.
i was doing a little illustrator tracing, but the original photo is so old that it's a little hard to see where one strand ends and the other begins.
as for the color range, im not trying to replicate the rust i'm removing it
& i'd rather finish it up myself, dont want to get dependent on others for help
OP here, another question if anyone cares:
how can one get single strokes to have pointed edges? if you see the chin in my pic, i tried making a fully completed stroke and it just squared off on the ends.
Seems as the common trend is this vaporwave shit, allow me to contribute, took me 15 minutes
>-no pink & blue neon
>-no sense of spacey consumer - oriented faux 90s nostalgia or early computer graphics.
Ok, /gd/, it's been a while since I posted about this the first time. I always decide not to bother you and continue working on it, but I realized I can't do it anymore without some direction and feedback from you.
Basically, I've been developing this news portal of mine, around 2 months passed by and I've been working on the design here and there, since there were no deadlines, but I'll have to present it soon, so I need to finish it.
Keep in mind that I still don't have much experience in this so I have serious troubles with my workflow.
The problem is that, I have some vision, but as the time goes by and I keep building my inspiration folders and looking at the competing websites, I start to lose my direction more and more. I increasingly start replacing my parts with copies of other designs and I don't know what I should do anymore.
I'll be posting some screenshots, unfortunately I can't find the first versions (which were horrible), so here are the latest ones I'm working on. I'll explain more of it in the following posts,
but BASICALLY - I need your feedback.
I want to say what are my goals.
This is a news portal about movies (don't bother about navigation links, this is actually just a test version, not one that is online at the moment).
I would like to achieve a more classic look. I am thinking about some aesthetics from high fashion (look at Vouge.fr for example), but then again, I was also thinking about modernist approach (Bauhaus).
Colors: black, white, not sure about accent, but beige is one of the probable choices.
Fonts: I am satisfied with fonts for the titles, paragraphs? Not so much (Helvetica, meh).
I have trouble with a grid. There is this minimalistic type of UI, you can see it here:
Where you can immediately realise that it was the last heavy inspo for me, but I realized it's the complete opposite of what I actually want to achieve.
Before I had a grid >pic related, but then there is something like this that is also popular:
Btw, NY Times is getting a lot of awards for that look which kinda baffles me. To me, it is way to busy, but there is something good in there, I have to say. I'm trying to figure out what works the best for UX.
See I can shit about this for days, but I don't want to bother you so much. How do I help myself with this? I can't stick to my vision.
Ok, the article page. This is the current version, and basically, this is with what I've started and had a clearer direction than with the frontpage.
Last time it seemed that anons liked it. I was playing around with the dark background for film information, I don't know how you feel about that. Ignore the disgusting italics in the header, that font doesn't work very well in italic.
Then, I tried something cleaner, like this. Thoughts? The problem is that, this is a news portal after all, and I'm not sure if I really should add recommended content to the side or have the design have the main role.
Where do you get your free stock images?