This is a quick, easy tutorial for creating a glowing reflection.
Here at Level2 we love our clients, but sometimes a client comes along that has to have their way or else. Here are a few mistakes that clients make and what you can do about it as a designer...
The old saying, “You get what you pay for” is very reflective in the IT industry. The IT industry is probably one of the most fragmented industries and scarily it is one of the most important. It touches every other industry, and without quality implementation and support of IT systems a business can fail or not compete successfully.
A few months ago I got the opportunity to attend an event at CUNY Brooklyn College called AdVersity featuring guest speaker Creative Director/Writer Kash Sree, with work to the likes of Nike(A lot of Nike), Nintendo, Vaseline, De Beers, Purell, Visene, Kleenex, Neosporin. A couple TV Spots that he was Creative Director for you may be familiar with is Nike – Tiger Woods Hackey Sack, Nike “Tag”, and Nintendo “School’s Out”… the list goes on. His speech really altered my perspective on advertising and the whole industry in general.
One of the most underused and not well known features of CSS is the "text-transform" property. This handly little feature can save a lot of time for people who write blogs or web articles when it comes to making text all capitalized, all lowercase, or even capitalizing the first letter of all words...
Your company's website is going to do one of two things. One, your website will instantly encourage confidence and trust to your potential customers.
Adobe has officially started shipping out Creative Suite 4. Enclosed in the web premium package, is none other than the brand new versions of its world-beating image editor, Photoshop CS4, llustrator CS4, InDesign CS4, Flash CS4, Dreamweaver CS4, After Effects CS4, Premiere Pro CS4 and Soundbooth CS4.