Personalizing Your Photoshop Panel Layout

Personalizing Your Photoshop Panel Layout

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

I’m always fascinated by the way other designers choose to set up their workspace. Since most of us spend a great deal of our time each day in Photoshop, finding a personalized and efficient panel layout makes total sense. Over time, my Photoshop panel arrangement has evolved. I’ve tried to make it reflect the tools […]

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5 Things to Consider Whilst Sketching

5 Things to Consider Whilst Sketching

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

During my first year of Art School I loathed my sketchbook. Not because I hated to draw, but because I felt like I was forced to fill it. “Mr. Shifflett, how many pages did you fill this weekend?” The answer was always the same. “Probably not enough, Prof.” I didn't get the reason why it […]

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jQuery Stick ’em: Make Content Sticky on Scroll, to a Point

jQuery Stick ’em: Make Content Sticky on Scroll, to a Point

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

Over time, we've been adding some additional pieces of flair to the Viget site. The most recent addition was on the invidual work pages. We have large process sections where we illustrate a part of a project's process with several images and a block of text. The problem: some of those images were very tall. […]

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The Viget Guide to a Great UX Portfolio

The Viget Guide to a Great UX Portfolio

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

We’ve been talking about what makes a great UX candidate, and it’s pretty clear that a great portfolio is one of the quickest ways to convince us that we need to talk. The first problem is that a lot of people looking to get into UX as a career—whether they’re new grads or changing fields—don’t […]

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Level Up Your Presentation: An Almost Seamless Transition From Keynote to a Browser (and back again)

Level Up Your Presentation: An Almost Seamless Transition From Keynote to a Browser (and back again)

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

One issue I encounter when presenting in Keynote is how to seamlessly move back and forth between my presentation and a browser window. Yes, you can always escape out of Keynote and go directly to your desktop, but this process exposes your audience to any presentation notes you have on screen and requires you to […]

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Manage Common Design Elements using Photoshop Variables

Manage Common Design Elements using Photoshop Variables

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

In the past I wrote about a method of linking files to a single smart object. As hard as I tried to make it work, this method never gained traction in my day-to-day workflow because it felt messy and unintuitive. I dropped the whole idea for a while until a recent project came up that […]

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Beginners Design Guide: Preparing For The Interview

Beginners Design Guide: Preparing For The Interview

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

The past three months, I had a chance to work with two great interns. It was a pleasure walking them through the process of taking a project from the sketch/thumbnail stages to Photoshop mock-up, to print ready art/html/css. Before their intership ended. I gave them a few tips on preparing for their interviews. I’m sharing […]

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Mayhem Studios Contributes To Article: Designers Favorite Fonts In Use

Mayhem Studios Contributes To Article: Designers Favorite Fonts In Use

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

Niki Brown of Design O’Blog asked Calvin Lee of Mayhem Studios along with seven other top designers in the design field, what their favorite fonts are and why? Among these top design professionals that contributed to the article included: Jeff Fisher, Jeff Fisher Logomotives, David Airey, Logodesignlove.com, Steph Adamo, StephAdamo.com, Liz Andrade, Cmd+Shift Design , […]

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Mayhem Studios First Featured Tweeter on Just Tweet It

Mayhem Studios First Featured Tweeter on Just Tweet It

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

With only 3 days into the launch of the new Twitter related web site, Just Tweet It, created by designers Adelle Charles & Dani McDaniel. They have gotten some amazing feedback from the community and a lot of love has been spread. Just Tweet It have chosen to feature Calvin Lee of Mayhem Studios as […]

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Mayhem Studios Business Cards Flogged On The Design Cubicle

Mayhem Studios Business Cards Flogged On The Design Cubicle

| January 1, 1970 | Comments (0)

Brian Hoff, owner of The Design Cubicle recently joining the Twitter community. He’s been introduced to a diverse range of creative and talented persons that share his same passion for graphic/web design, web development and blogging. Brian asked Mayhem Studios along with twenty five other designers, developers and blogger friends on Twitter, if they would […]

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