What if we could take the sting out of writing your resume? What if you could freestyle it on paper first, then (like magic) save it to plain text and make minor edits in minutes? Too good to be true? No way.
Tips & Tricks
Folks at Digital Tutors show you how to quickly sketch out a number of different creepy goblin minions in Photoshop. Using one-touch ExpressKeys, combined with the customized toggle buttons on the stylus pen, watch how they take the best features from eight rough sketches, transforming them into one amazing character.
At the IFA 2016 event in Berlin, we will present a seamless, integrated and collaborative high quality digital ink experience, which brings ideas from paper and pen to the cloud to life. We will demonstrate new products with fully integrated cloud solutions for connected entrepreneurs, creative professionals and enthusiast as well as our business partners.
What if you could help change the world in just two hours? Or find solutions to educational and environmental issues across the globe without having to leave the office? It may sound like an impossible task, but these are just the kind of challenges that keep social entrepreneur Daniel Hires feeling inspired every day.
Featuring creative industry leader Joanna Henly (AKA Miss Led), the first Video Tutorials focus on Fashion Illustration - including industry insights, mentor’s workflow and step-by-step techniques (both traditionally and digitally).
Tips & Tricks
Seeing people draw people, animals or objects seems like they must have a photographic memory. Blizzard Animator Lana Bachynski knows that this is not always true. Following these simple steps, you can teach yourself to draw absolutely anything from memory.
There’s a quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson that should be the screen saver for every professional:
“What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.”
It’s a good reminder that we are ultimately in charge of our happiness; our outlook is based on how we approach and manage the stress of professional life.
While multitasking may seem like the best way to conquer our mounting workload, it can actually inhibit productivity. In a study out of Stanford University, researchers found that we’re actually slowed down by this process and less capable of filtering out irrelevant information.