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Fall is the time of year when so many festivals and holidays such as Thanksgiving and Halloween occur. Consequently, it is no wonder that at this time of the year there is an increased necessity for fall-themed digital assets to promote certain events or adjust your merchandise and branding to the current season. The digital assets listed in this article contain seamless patterns, interesting illustrations, geometric shapes, flyers, and other templates for your autumn-inspired projects.
Ever since the start of creative work, be it visual art or poetry, theater or music, creators have relied on some sort of (divine) intervention for inspiration. It is no secret that the Ancient Greek poets have evoked the muses to help them write. In today’s modern society, not many people call for the muses in the traditional sense, however, all creative workers still strive for inspiration. Inspiration comes in many different forms, shapes, and sizes, and once it strikes, people with a creative drive just cannot hold themselves back – they have to create.
This is one of the most frequently asked questions out there in the world of UI/UX design – should you or should you not, as a designer, learn to code. This is a complex question that cannot be easily answered. There are just too many variables, and the short answer is both yes and no. The long answer is slightly more intriguing, so let us jump into the reasoning a little bit further. By the end of this post, we hope to have answered most of your questions so that you’re able to make a better choice for yourself.
Apple’s event took place on September 15, 2020, under the tagline “Time Flies”. Although there was no word on the upcoming iPhones, the company announced a plethora of new devices and features. The spotlight was on iPad Air 4, Apple Watch 6, Apple Watch SE, the launch of a new service called Apple Fitness+, and the Apple One subscription services.
With so many different design trends, it is often tough to choose the perfect one for your design. Watercolors are perceived as childish, but what many fail to realize is the full potential of watercolors, even in today’s digital day and age. The watercolor design trend incorporates – well, precisely that, watercolors. They are easy to learn but hard to master. However, nothing can stop you from trying to create unique new designs and graphics. They are fun, they provide that feeling of youth and childhood, they remind the viewers of the old days when everything was simple. All in all, they are a powerful tool in design, so perhaps it might be a smart decision to use exactly this trend when you make your next design.