3 | HOW TO ENSURE YOUR GRAPHICS ARE NEVER PIXELATED
As you begin designing you may run into issues of pixelated or blurry graphics and end up pulling your hair out trying to figure out what you’re doing wrong. This post will set you up with the basic knowledge you need to avoid this issue from the get-go by teaching you how to set up your files correctly the first time. File setup differs depending on what you’re designing for (ie. print or web use), so get the basics down before you get started!
If you’re wanting to learn Adobe Illustrator, this is a great place to start! I’ll teach you the first five tools you should learn in Illustrator – and more!
4 | THE FIRST 5 TOOLS YOU SHOULD LEARN IN ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR (+ HOW TO USE THEM)
Like I said before, I highly recommend learning Adobe Illustrator before you dive into any other design program. It’s the program I use for 98% of my design projects for both myself and my design clients. It’s super versatile and in my opinion the most user-friendly. Here’s a post that will get you started in the program by teaching you the first five tools you should learn. Plus you can download a cheat sheet outlining every single Adobe Illustrator tool that you can reference as you begin diving deeper into the program!
If you DIY your own graphics, this post is for you! Avoid these mistakes while learning graphic design and you’ll immediately start looking like a pro designer yourself!