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Most Common Photoshop Shortcuts (PDF)

This valuable PDF is designed to get you started using keyboard shortcuts in Photoshop. Use them and boost your speed and efficiency in no time!

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Highlighter ($15)

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This is a highlighter that is useful in many circumstances. I initially designed this one to be used in sports videos, highlighting a specific player. ScoutNationHD, a well-known YouTube channel that showcases players, uses this highlighter. Check out this video to see it in action.

The file includes 2 versions: one has a light blue fill, while the other has no fill.

Note that this is a PNG sequence that can be imported straight into your project.

Finalize Production Files

Click here to check out the course entitled Finalize Production Files.

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Avoid the Slaps (4 of 4) | Finalize Production Files

This is part 4 of the “Avoid the Slaps” series. If you missed the previous parts, you can follow the links below:

Last time we saw that creating awesome designs is not enough: the final product after print and production should be as awesome. That’s why I announced an upcoming course. This course is entitled:

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Avoid the Slaps (3 of 4) | The 4-Year Process

This is part 3 of the “Avoid the Slaps” series. If you missed the previous parts, you can follow the links below:

Last time we talked about the choices you have of either working alone or in a team. Since I believe that working in a team can boost your skills, I invited you to be my teammate so that I keep sharing my hard-earned knowledge with you.

For 4 years, I’ve been working on a process that allows me to create awesome projects. Let’s think about it. You’re a graphic or product designer. How do you create awesome projects? Well, it’s a very broad question, isn’t it? I will be more specific: let’s say your artwork files are perfect. You just created a design that convinced you and your client. You feel so proud of what you have accomplished. And now… the long-awaited but most-feared step comes: print and production.

You start wondering: what is the best way to translate my design work into a tangible product? What if I mess up with the print and production files? What if I expect a specific effect, but I end up looking at something far from what I had in mind?

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Avoid the Slaps (2 of 4) | Teammates

This is part 2 of the “Avoid the Slaps” series. If you missed the first one, here’s a link to the post:

Last time we went through 3 face slaps that you face even after you graduate:

  1. Finding a job.
  2. Knowing what to do.
  3. Mastering your job.

Today I am going to share a small story with you. Like most graphic designers, I started getting freelance work. I also got employed soon after I graduated. In fact, I got accepted in many companies so I had the freedom to filter them as I wanted.

Finally, I had two choices:

#1 I work in a quiet environment, nobody tells me exactly what to do, so I am free to create any design I find suitable, and the workplace is close to where I live.

#2 I work with a team of people, my supervisor tells me what to do, and the workplace is far from home.

Both choices offer the same salary.

Take a minute and think about it. What would you choose?

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Avoid the Slaps (1 of 4) | Face Slaps

Back when I was a university student majoring in Graphic Design, I used to think I’ll get all the information I needed from the classes I attended. I thought I would learn all the techniques that would allow me to create the perfect outcome. You know, those little tips, tricks and techniques that only “professionals” know about.

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