T&S SAID WHAT?!
Everything we wrote in August 2008
The process of designing is obviously different for everyone, and it’s also hard to reflect on your own method. I often find myself alternating between routines and never sticking with one in particular. One of the most important things for me to remember is the resources that are available to me. I would say my [...]
Earlier this month, on August 5, we helped sponsor and participated in a miniature golf fundraiser for The Kids’ Place, an Edmond-based center that helps children and their adult family members cope with the loss of a loved one. About 80 participated in all and about $1,600 was raised. Thanks goes out to Natasha Baird [...]
August 15, 2008 by Nick Little
Probably one of the most important pieces of knowledge a designer could have is understanding the difference between CMYK and RGB color modes. CMYK (Cyan Magenta Yellow Black) -for printing (subtractive color) RGB (Red Green Blue) – for screen display (additive color) Say you have white paper with black dots, and you allow 50% of [...]
So as an aspiring designer in the digital world, I am always looking for ways to increase my knowledge about the programs I use to design, mainly Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash. Personally, I got my footing through school, and then started reading books and looking at tutorials online. All of these have helped me gain [...]
I frequently get asked questions about domain names by small business owners. Here are some of those questions, along with the simple versions of the answers. Q: How do I pick my domain name? A: The easiest thing to do is find a short version of your business name. So if your business name is, [...]