I have spent some time recently working on my Illustrator skills, the output of which has been some interesting social media icons. I’ve also managed to dig up an old set of icons I had created previously.
Feel free to take a look for yourself and download one or all of the sets to use on your next project. If you have access to Photoshop or Illustrator you can customize the icons to your heart’s content!
Christmas time is upon us again. To mark the glitteriest (definitely not a word) time of the year, here is a quick tutorial I put together to show you how I made a Christmas icon set. You’ll be able to follow along if you are so inclined, or you can simply download the finished product and use as you please!
Colour theory is a fundamental concept used by web and graphic designers alike. Ever wondered how interior designers create colour schemes for their rooms? You can be sure they are using their knowledge of colour theory. Knowing just a small amount about this subject will help you in many more ways than you might realize.
I have written the following article to give you an introduction to colour theory, in particular its use in web design. I will be covering some common terms associated with colour theory in addition to examples of websites that utilize different colours to portray different meanings.
My name is Michelle McCausland. I am a web developer / graphic designer based in county Waterford.