Tag Archives: photoshop

Photo(shop) Friday: Cats, Volume 1

I’m in a cat Photoshop group on FB, and I decided to have some quick fun with the cat pics I’ve seen that are both 1) easy to ‘shop and 2) incredibly funny to me. Here are the results so far…

Freckles: A Prompto Argentum Fan Zine

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Photoshop Quick Tips: Knock-Out

Here’s something I love about Photoshop: you can do anything in it, and you can do anything 100 different ways. This can be daunting. And when it comes to doing things, it’s hard to know the fastest or most efficient way. Often we get stuck on the “tried and true” path, no matter how meandering […]

A Dash of Style

Last night I whipped up a quick page displaying a few style comp layouts I did some years back. Old and rapidly-created though they may be, I still have a fondness in my heart for them; they were created with creative liberty, and if there’s anything I enjoy, it’s designing (or re-designing) creative, style-oriented websites. […]

This Website (Zanoi 1.0)

2013. This is the comp of this website’s first WordPress theme, and its current theme. HTML5 valid and CSS3, this theme features custom menus, backgrounds, and headers, though for this website’s purposes they have mainly been coded in manually. Cool Stuff: Get more information by hovering over the images on the homepage’s featured area! Click […]

Geek Media Expo Vol. 5

As Visual Communications Coordinator within the creative development team of ArtsCubed, I collaborated with the marketing team to create promotional design pieces for Geek Media Expo volume 5. This included: Flyers (general and audience-driven) Web Ads and Graphics Newsletter Images Social Media Graphics (including promoting guests) Signage On-Location Tickets Staff Badges Display Banners Tweaks to the old […]

MTAC in Love Website Comp

2013, Photoshop. A work-in-progress design comp for the MTAC 2014 website theme. Keeping with large use of the year’s theme (love) and colors (pink and sky blue), this new general layout for the homepage was aimed to create a more useful and dynamic display of information to visitors, which could easily be updated as well […]