The Easiest Way to Make a Collage for Instagram (Using Adobe Photoshop)

How to Cut Up Photos for an Instagram Collage You’ve seen those Instagram Photo Collages, right? As in.. a large photo cut up into a bunch of little squares and then posted one by one until they form the whole photo across the squares of your Instagram. When people visit your profile, they’re like “Woah! So Impact. Great. Amazing”. Anyway….

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Color Palettes for Web, Digital, Blog & Graphic Design with Hexadecimal Codes

Digital Color Palettes Looking for some color ideas for your next design? Click the links below to jump to specific color palettes, or keep scrolling down the page to see them all. Bright Color Palettes Spring Color Palettes Summer Color Palettes Pastel Color Palettes Winter Color Palettes Gemstone Color Palettes Autumn Color Palettes Get inspired by these hexadecimal color palettes….

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How to Create Chevron in Illustrator

In today’s tutorial, I’ll be showing you 5 easy steps to make a chevron pattern in Adobe Illustrator. You can watch the full video below, or scroll down for written directions. You don’t need the pen tool to create chevron in Illustrator, and this is good news, my friends! Why?  Because it is notoriously difficult to get things perfectly straight,…

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How to Create Zig-Zag Lines in Illustrator

In today’s tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to make zig zag lines (also called Chevron) in Adobe Illustrator using 3 simple steps. It’s super quick. You can watch the full video below, or scroll down for written directions with screenshots. It’s easy to create zig zag lines in Illustrator, and there’s no pen tool required. Have you ever tried…

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How to Create Ric-Rac in Illustrator

In today’s tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to make ric rac, or wavy lines, in 5 easy steps using Adobe Illustrator. You can watch the full video below, or scroll down for written directions.   The good news is creating wavy lines in Illustrator doesn’t require the pen tool at all. If you’ve ever tried to use the pen…

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How to Create a Heart in Illustrator

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to make a perfect heart in Adobe Illustrator in 5 easy steps. ♥ You can watch the full video below, or scroll down for written directions. The best part of this how-to is we won’t be using the pen tool at all! And trust me, that’s good news, folks. Because I…

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How Much Does it Really Cost to Start a Blog?

So you’re ready to start a blog? You have a topic in mind, and you’re ready to share your passions, your knowledge, or your product with the world wide web. Blogs are a great way to make your voice heard. To demonstrate your expertise. To build a community of followers with similar interests. Blogs can also be a great side-hustle…

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5 Tips for Better Blog Photos

Do you want light, bright & airy photos? Have you been drooling over perfectly curated Instagram feeds? Wondering how you can have a photo feed that others envy? Think beautiful portraits with sharp focus and delicate blurred bokeh backgrounds. Here’s the good news: it’s possible. And you don’t need any fancy equipment. That’s right. You don’t need an expensive DSLR…

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9 Signs You Should Take a Break from Social Media

You’ve heard of the city that never sleeps, right? New York City. The subway runs 24/7 all 365 days of the year. The lights don’t go out. At least not all at once. And while you can’t peruse the clothing racks of Bloomingdale’s past 9pm, you can shop their website at any time and on any day you please. That’s…

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6 Ways to Boost Creativity Fast

Feeling uninspired? About as creative as a straight line? Feeling as if nothing is new? Like it’s all been done before.. You’re not alone. In a world of perfectly curated social media accounts, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. With the stroke of a key we can be staring into the eyes of the Mona Lisa. In a mouse-click, we’re overlooking…

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