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Want to create a double exposure effect using Photoshop? Here is an easy tutorial to show you how it's done. Create with Storyblocks.
Storytelling used to be as simple as gathering around a campfire and spinning a yarn, but the advent of 21st-century tech has revolutionized the way we share stories.
Give your stock images some extra “POW” with this pop art tutorial. Your next creative project is guaranteed to turn heads!
Before companies can create a receptive environment for design professionals — and a more defined career path industry-wide — it may be helpful to identify some of the main challenges holding our profession back.
Start your next branding project by checking out the stock vector patterns from our Classic Backgrounds and Textures Collection.
Sometimes people cite the Henry Ford quote, “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said, ‘a faster horse’” as a reason to not do user research. But user research is not really about asking customers what they want. It’s about observing how customers behave and think.
Put down the "Blur" Tool! Add depth and focus without destroying your background pixels in Adobe Lightroom with this simple, 2-minute tutorial.
Jim Rohn says, “If you’re serious about becoming a wealthy, powerful, sophisticated, healthy, influential, cultured, and unique individual, keep a journal.”
Design is all around us, we’ve rounded up some of the most visually appealing architecture photos in our library. Try not to get too envious.
When visitors come to your site, they produce a set of feelings about your website and your organization. The type of feelings they produce – positive or negative – are entirely in your hands and should not be overlooked when designing content.