1010-27 Art & Creative tidbits

In this edition of Art & Creative tidbits we pass along more DTG bookmarks * Searching for Value in Ludicrous Ideas * If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Advice for Young Creatives * The theory, fact, and fantasy of color * A redesign of a woman's reading magazine * Sneak Peek: iPad Digital Magazine Creation with InDesign * iMacs for graphic design in Middle Schools? * Tip: Control New Document Sizes in Photoshop * Blending along a path in Illustrator * A free copy of Brandon Grotesque ... plus more! October 27, 2010

1010-20 Art & Creative tidbits

In this edition of Art & Creative tidbits we pass along more DTG bookmarks * Adobe and the digital magazine * The Myths of Innovation * Illustrator: Calculate Area of Shape * Web Logo Design: The Good, the Bad and the Overused * Jay O'Callahan: The Power of Storytelling * Truly beautiful printing & production * "Not Another Photo Contest" - $8,000 in Prizes ... plus more! October 20, 2010

1010-13 Art & Creative tidbits

In this edition of Art & Creative tidbits we look at the Emzen font, a new Modern Slab * Unexpected Line Breaks and Missing Fonts * Reviving Caslon * Eight Tips for Type on the Web * Fuenzalida FuxFont * and Ken Peters comments on "Designers" ... plus more! October 13, 2010

Art & Creative tidbits

In this issue of Creative Tidbits, Ilene Strizver shares Eight Tips for Type on the Web ; we take a field trip to the Tipoteca Italiana Fondazione ; we visit Pale Horse' Personal Typography Works ; see a poster campaign about "Rape" ; get a sneak peak at Daniel Pelavin's first tattoo design ; Adobe and the digital magazine ; The Myths of Innovation and others ... enjoy! September 15, 2010

Art & Creative tidbits

Creative news shows us some trends, and hot spots to keep our eye on. This issue's creative notes include: * Exploring Type-Creation Software * Connecting Brands to People * Combining Fonts * What the iPad is Missing * Sketchbook randoms * Mysterious Disorder Type ... and more August 27, 2010

GOOGLE Gotcha

All those who wanted to monetize their web sites had a big boost a couple of years ago when Google rolled out their AdSense program. I jumped on board, just like I jumped on the new upstart named "Amazon" when they first appeared on the scene. Amazon has cut its affiliates commissions back to near-oblivion, in the interest of their profits -- why did we think Google wouldn't do the same? November 4, 2007