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UI design is a fascinating area and there's a ton to learn. First of all, welcome! Don't get daunted if things aren't 100% perfect from the get go, it's a constantly evolving field, and I think any UI designers will tell you it took at least 2 years before they were producing work they were really proud of. For me it was even longer. I'll break it down into ...


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Where can I learn and improve my Photoshop skills and how can I start working on a concept? Like @plainclothes said, never focus on the tools. Mastering Photoshop will not make you a web designer. Just like mastering how to use an oven will not make you a chef. Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, etc. These tools help you create high-fidelity prototypes. ...


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While not 'free' perhaps the 'cheapest' logo vs. size of company of recent memory is this one: The twitter logo originated as a $6 piece of stock art. And, well, it actually worked out pretty good for them. It's been tweaked and customized since then but, hey, $6. That said, that's perhaps the exception to the rule. There's nothing wrong with stock art ...


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The long and short if it is, it's about legal issues. Logos need to often be trademarked or registered. Using free resources often means the designer does not own the rights to the free item. So, rights certainly can't be provided to any client if the designer doesn't already own them. A copyright can not be acquired for something if you don't own the rights ...


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First, most things in existence are copies of some idea or other. The skill to pick, search and match are worth while design skills*. In fact its often better to pick out things than to succumb to the not invented here syndrome. Second, you can draw. Logos are very geometrical and usually quite simple. Since every 3-5 year old I've interacted with last 5 ...


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It is hard to create something completely unique and original. Every design is result of ideas and inspiration and other factors. Sometimes if you use free resources to use create design, it is more important if you manage to create "the message" and deliver what customer really needs and wants. It is a long process to create something completely unique an ...


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Go to http://www.fullscreensearch.com/ Open developer tools Remove search bar, map and satellite buttons - plus zoom and marker controls. Either search through code or hit Crtl F and search for them. Download sniptool, or use printscreen - or whatever you want to capture an image Done. Took me two minutes


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There are programs that do exactly this...generate logos from templates and lists of fonts. Here's one for example: http://www.logomaker.com/ And some of the "logos" you can make using it: Are these good logos? Impossible to say without knowing a lot more about the customer and their needs. I think most professional designers would argue that these are ...


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I completely understand what you are looking for and why. I recently read in the book, Logo Creed, a section about the process of logo designer Brian Miller. He uses Freehand MX to do exactly what you are asking. I have just started to search for this outdated program to see if it is possible to load it onto a modern mac without issues. (Let me know if ...



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