44 Best Cricut Sports Fonts (Varsity, Jersey, and Stencil Fonts)

Explore some of the best Cricut sports fonts and Cricut fonts with tails to add to your creative projects. Are you looking into personalizing sports equipment and clothing for your sports team? In this article, you’ll find the best Cricut jersey fonts and Cricut sports fonts for your team. If you’re new to design and… Continue reading 44 Best Cricut Sports Fonts (Varsity, Jersey, and Stencil Fonts)

Top Visualization Elements on eCommerce Sites to Skyrocket Sales

Сustomers consume an insane amount of information every single hour, and it’s getting harder to retain their interest long enough to gain profit. Thus, the content of your online store needs to be qualitative, gripping, and, of course, visual. The thing is that it’s much simpler for a human to process visual data than text.… Continue reading Top Visualization Elements on eCommerce Sites to Skyrocket Sales

35 Best Procreate Brushes for Illustration

24 Shares Amazing Procreate brushes for realistic illustration and drawing. 1000+ brushes in 35 Procreate brushes set for Procreate app, that takes advantage of every single feature that Procreate app offers. These are the perfect brushes to accentuate your art, especially for drawing illustrations. The collection based on Watercolor Procreate Brushes, Pencil Procreate Brushes, Character… Continue reading 35 Best Procreate Brushes for Illustration

5 Secrets to Making an Eye-Catching Logo

A logo is intended to catch the attention of people and make your brand memorable to both prospective customers and clients. In many cases, logos can be more recognizable than the names of the company, along with all of its connotations. This is why you need to make your logo as eye-catching as possible if you… Continue reading 5 Secrets to Making an Eye-Catching Logo

Top 10 Famous Artists to Teach Kids

0 Shares It’s never too early to teach your children about art. Starting in preschool can open up a world of imagination for children. Here are ten artists who make a great place to start and inspire a whole host of engaging activities. Georgia O’Keeffe O’Keeffe’s use of color and perspective were monumental for the… Continue reading Top 10 Famous Artists to Teach Kids

A Brief History of Display Fonts

What is a display font? And what is the best place to use a display typeface? Discover the answers to those questions and more in this article. As a budding designer, it’s important to get familiar with the term and when it’s used. In this article, I’ll go through a display font definition, the typeface… Continue reading A Brief History of Display Fonts

Gotham Font History: From GQ to the Barack Obama Campaign

Have you ever wondered what font Obama uses? In this article, we uncover the story of the Gotham font, the most used typeface of the 21st Century. If typefaces could represent one specific person, that would be Gotham as the Obama font. In the 2008 American election, you’ll notice that Barack Obama used typography as… Continue reading Gotham Font History: From GQ to the Barack Obama Campaign

Art Deco Graphic Design: Let’s Talk About This Trend

Are you a fan of The Great Gatsby? Do you just adore the Roaring Twenties, with its flapper dresses, extra-long cigarette holders, and swing dancing? Are you attracted to clean lines and bold design? Chances are you’re responding to the ethos of Art Deco design. Russell Patterson / Public domain Art Deco, a specific style… Continue reading Art Deco Graphic Design: Let’s Talk About This Trend

All About the Futura Font and Its History

The Futura font is one of the most famous geometric fonts, and it’s still popular to this day. In this article, we tell you all about the Futura font history and its impact on the design world. What Is Futura? Designed in 1927, Futura is still considered a modern font that conveys progress. We’ve seen… Continue reading All About the Futura Font and Its History

29 Best Heavy Metal Fonts

Bring the powerful, fast-paced spirit of heavy metal music to your next project when you use metal lettering fonts.  Just one of the many heavy metal fonts you can find at Envato Elements and GraphicRiver Today we look at 29 premium fonts from Envato Elements and GraphicRiver that best capture the heavy metal aesthetic. Check them… Continue reading 29 Best Heavy Metal Fonts

Practices of the Artists of the 21st Century

Art of the 21st century is a growing field of research and practice and is very dynamic in nature. A range of important subjects are consistent with the needs of the time and have the potential to inspire scholarly debate. An example of it is the bio art surge that happened as a result of… Continue reading Practices of the Artists of the 21st Century

Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 16

Welcome back to our Diversity in Design series on Envato Tuts+. Discover four talented artists with inspiring styles you’ll love. 4 Artists You Should Know: Diversity in Design Celebrate the work of these extraordinary artists. Each with their own unique background, they draw inspiration from their culture and surroundings to create phenomenal designs. Kenal… Continue reading Celebrate Diversity in Design—Volume 16

5 Tips to Help You Convert Visitors to Buyers on eCommerce Sites

Before even looking at why converting visitors to buyers is such an issue, you might want to look at some fairly revealing statistics on the explosive growth of eCommerce in recent years. Are you in a quandary as to whether or not you can build a successful website yourself, or if you need to hire… Continue reading 5 Tips to Help You Convert Visitors to Buyers on eCommerce Sites

Diversity is Punk Rock

I used to think “diversity” meant the need for the representation of a particular set of perspectives or cultures, i.e., “there are lot of men in this room, therefore we need women.” This idea prevented me from participating in the discourse in the past because I’ve never felt like I identify with any single community.… Continue reading Diversity is Punk Rock

Solving the right problem, VR needs UX, github for designers, and more UX this week

A year ago… A psychological approach to designing interfaces → Do you ever get that feeling when you’re in a supermarket, looking at a sea of different types of toothpaste and you have no idea what to get? The reason why you get overwhelmed by these excessive options has to do with, you guessed it, psychology.… Continue reading Solving the right problem, VR needs UX, github for designers, and more UX this week

Nurturing diversity at work and in your work

in·ten·tion·al·i·ty: the fact of being deliberate or purposive; the quality of mental states (e.g., thoughts, beliefs, desires, hopes) that consists in their being directed toward some object or state of affairs. Please. It’s 2017 and we still have this: (It’s a big ol’ gap between men’s earnings and women’s earnings across all occupations.) And this: (It’s… Continue reading Nurturing diversity at work and in your work

Resist — or reach out? Thoughts on entrepreneurship and diversity

re·sist·ance: the refusal to accept or comply with something; the attempt to prevent something by action or argument; the ability not to be affected by something adversely. #Grabyourwallet, weekly marches, Facebook and Twitter posts galore — our anger won’t subside any time soon, and for good reason. Its expression is powerful and meaningful. But how does Melissa,… Continue reading Resist — or reach out? Thoughts on entrepreneurship and diversity

42 Funny Advertising Print Ads That Make You Look Twice

Print ads for advertising are just awesome. Funny and hilarious ads make your brand or product more attractive and eye-catching. The print advertisements is the fastest way to communicate the message to world. Print advertising continues to be a strong market, companies spending dollars to make there ads really creative and inspiring. Today we’re rounded up 42 fuuny… Continue reading 42 Funny Advertising Print Ads That Make You Look Twice

A letter from Sol LeWitt about creative block, read by Benedict Cumberbatch

In 1960, pioneering American artists Sol LeWitt and Eva Hesse met for the first time and instantly clicked, quickly forming a strong, deep bond that would last for ten years and result in countless inspirational discussions and rich exchanges of ideas. In the video below, Benedict Cumberbatch reads a letter sent from Sol to Eva… Continue reading A letter from Sol LeWitt about creative block, read by Benedict Cumberbatch

Web Design Inspired by The Pantone 2017 Color of The Year

Pantone’s color of the year choice is a symbolic color pick by the famous American color corporation. It is a representation of the current global state of mind. Since the beginning of the 21st Century, Pantone has picked 17 unique colors which have served as trend guides for industry professionals. The company’s yearly color views… Continue reading Web Design Inspired by The Pantone 2017 Color of The Year

How to delight your users with subtle animation

Happy Thanksgiving to all our American readers! Animation is nothing new in digital interfaces. They have had an interesting history of rising, falling and now rising again in popularity. Subtle animations add personality and empathy into an otherwise dull interface. They make experiences fun, delightful and memorable. Animation in web design has been around for… Continue reading How to delight your users with subtle animation