Lenovo Thinkpads. Lenovo makes great laptops and they last forever. Durable too.
>inb4 Made in China Lenovo is one of the few Chinese companies that actually makes products that don't seem like they're made in China.
Plus you can chat with a sales rep live while you shop, if you tell them what you're looking for they'll help you out. I used Lenovo all throughout college, then had a Dell laptop until recently. I'm back on Lenovo again.
>>247040 all flat and boring, is this what graphic design has become?
make something original, the only reason why I remotely like any of them is because I know where each picture refers to, if you didn't have that connection with certain members of the audience it's all garbage!
I'm writing a pretty big assignment on how the golden ratio is used in graphic design. If anyone on here is a professional designer or would otherwise consider themselves an expert, I would really appreciate a statement on the subject
The golden ratio might just be the mathematical representation of aesthetically near-perfect dimensions. You find it everywhere in nature which may be why it seems so pleasing to the human eye. Flowers, trees, animals (including humans) all more often than not have dimensions roughly equating phi. Buildings, tools, furniture and most things that we make also follow this convention very often even subconsciously. Often in graphics, drawing, or web design I'll go over my work with a golden rectangle and refine proportions to tighten up the work. It almost always improves the design.
im stuck with this project for uni. Its supposed to be a logo for a chocholate shop and i cant change the name . the letters also have to be round and geometrical. if anyone has any ideas that would help a lot
>>247013 get off the computer. grab a pen/pencil and a few pieces of paper. write Sweet Bite over and over again... start sketching. You'll eventually see something interesting and then push that further.
The computer sometimes becomes a crutch which can limit your ability to think/create without restrictions.
I'm a typeface designer and I have barely any online presence... I make some extra income each month from my fonts without any self promotion, but I'm looking to make a big jump in marketing myself better. Trying to think of some decent promotion ideas but I don't know my audience too well. So who here buys fonts? Where do you do it? What's your spending habits w/ fonts?
Gotta convince the boss it's worth the money and worth part of the client's budget. The more expensive or restrictive the less likely we are to license it. Licenses involving max number of page views are often an instant 'nope'. Typography RSVP gotta get paid, too though! Lost Type does a great job as far as getting notoriety out there for your work. Consider partnering up with a site like that or better yet build your own site and give away one or two weights of one of your more robust type sets. I will say we are more likely to get a license if the client... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Does anyone know of a program that makes html5 zoomable images, I mean I have a really large image and want to show people it but have them be able to zoom into it like google maps where it loads in the next layer.
Looking to have something better than my current design, can someone help? Its supposed to be a slow shark, I get it's pretty spot on but am looking for something more sleek and less potato. Any help appreciated
Not sure where to put this, but you guys seems like a clever bunch. Im sure you have some ideas. I got those speakers and I just bought those roundd lamps in which I fitted some Philips Hue light bulbs. Thing is, it looks like an enlarged playstation move thingie. Should I move it?
Hai /gd/ Does anyone here know how to make a custom t-shirt as similar to this one as possible? Biggest problem I ran into is where to find a site that would let me add that white extension to the bottom of the shirt. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>>246903 You're not going to find a print-on-demand site that will print outside a 14x20in or so area. Most print on demand sites are using DTG (direct to garment) printers, not screening.
What you want done would have to be done by the traditional silk screening process or with sublimation printing, etc. There's going to be set up costs and minimums on how few shirts need to be created. This is going to be much more expensive than a one-off print.
>>246921 >>>/r/ is a better idea. /gd/ doesn't take requests or does free or even paid work sometimes. However, if you're new at something, asking "HOW can I X?" rather than "CAN YOU make X?" will give you better results.
Awesome designs great job!! Can you link your original sketches? Curious to see how much detail you put in the initial sketch before going digital, or if you even sketched at all. Just wanted to see a little bit of the process.
>>246877 try color range or quick selection or pen tool with bezier curves by hand. >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6yKEu25tEU >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETJ--vHaigo >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cye3VaLo0Go
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