You don’t need to be a Desktop Publishing professional to create holiday or special event projects and materials. Here at BrightHub you’ll find expert tips and tutorials written by and for desktop publishers and professionals that the do-it-yourself person can follow to make holiday- or event-specific cards, banners, flyers, and much more.
Everyone knows more about logos than they think they do – even kids can recognize the McDonald’s golden arches from a very young age. But how well do you really know your logos? Take our quiz on famous logos, logos in the news and even logos in film. We might test your design knowledge, too!
Looking for some ideas when it comes to designing newsletters? We’ll show you 10 great newsletters and tell you why they are designed well. Be it their use of images, color schemes, or their layout of information, you’re sure to get some much needed inspiration by checking out these designs.
Clipart can provide a great source of affordable illustrations for your self published book, but only if all applicable copyright laws are followed. Learn how to protect yourself from costly legal battles by determining the appropriate use of clipart in your desktop publishing projects.
If you have a passion for something and want to share it with the world, then a website or blog is a natural choice. But what about taking that a step further and set up your own magazine? It’s not as difficult as you might think, and in this guide we’ll walk you through everything you need to know.
Trying to figure out a way to get your cookbook published? We’ll show you ways to get your foot in the door at professional publishers, show you when self-publishing might be a fantastic option for you, and we’ll even tell you why taking your cookbook to eReaders may be the smartest choice of all.
You can master the elements of desktop publishing whether your specific needs are for graphic images, digital photography, or text formatting and page layout. There are tons of how-tos to teach you just how it’s done. Learn the basics of DTP as well as tips for specific software.
Do people anxiously await the latest issue of your newsletter, or does your publication end up in the trash can before it’s even read? Take our quiz and show off your design skills – or at least pick up a few tips on how to make your next newsletter more of a success.
No matter if you’re a professional chef or a home cook, sometimes its nice having a place to store your ideas and a way to promote doing what you love. Here we salute the cooks of the world by providing information on designing food related publications, be it recipe cards, menus, or cook books.
An easy way to make your own professional name badges, that will not leave sticky residue on your fine fabrics, is using the handy reusable plastic sleeves found in any office supply store that already have templates set up for you in Microsoft Word.
Here’s just what you need to transform ho-hum projects into attention-getters. Use these tips, tricks and free templates to create a variety of non-traditional DTP projects: candy bar wrappers, labels for bottles, canvas bag designs and so much more. These projects are easy for any skill level.