Posts Tagged ‘graphics’

PicZn by Ed Hurst and Martha Mayo

Tweet Do you know how hard it is to find high quality images online that you can legally reuse? The last thing you want to do is to just grab images from unknown sources. Chances are, you'll get hit by a massive bill for breach of copyright (these often run into thousands of dollars) and you'll leave your reputation in

Jun 17th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Instant Kindle and eCover Creator by John Pearce

Tweet Creating covers for Amazon Kindle products can be difficult, particularly if you're not artistic or you need extra help. That's where the training product Instant Kindle and eCover Creator by John Pearce comes in. The training shows you how to use simple software to create covers (either the free GIMP package, or something more elaborate like Photoshop). You just open

Apr 6th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

FB Timeline Skins by Martin Crumlish

Tweet Facebook has recently rolled out a brand new look for all its personal users, and if you're not seeing it yet, you will soon. It's called the Facebook Timeline. Key to the new layout is a huge graphical area (almost a banner across the top of your profile). That's where FB Timeline Skins by Martin Crumlish comes in. Okay,

Dec 21st, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

Banner Ad Rockstar Local Business Special by Jon Shugart

Tweet Do you have offline marketing clients for whom you're looking to promote their business online. Banner Ad Rockstar Local Business Special by Jon Shugart is something special. It's a selection of banner ads designed to promote offline businesses. What Jon has put together is 14 sets of 9 banners (covering 7 different offline niches). Each set contains 9 banners

Dec 10th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster

Marketing Graphics Toolkit V4 by Max

Tweet Max is one of those enigmatic designers who only needs one name – particularly on the Warrior Forum, where he's arguably the top designer releasing a series of high quality graphics. To those people without an artistic bone in their body (like me), I can look at Max's creations and just think "wow, how did he do that?" In

Dec 7th, 2011
by Thom Lancaster