If you are interested in learning how to design infographics, there is a new course at Lynda.com by Nigel French that teaches you how to design one.
I am currently taking a course on graphic design by Justin Seeley of Lynda.com. He says there are six principles of graphic design. They are:
6. White Space
He also reminds us that the old principle of KISS still applies. It now stands for Keep It Super Simple. I learned that was an acronym for something else which I will not repeat.
Typographer William Addison Dwiggins coined “graphic design” in 1922. If you’re interested, you can read all about him here:
Behance – Another site where creative professionals can display their work.
First, I did not misspell its name. The really is called Dribbble. It is a place where designers can show off their work. You can find it at:
I’ve got to check this out. It’s free, but it is only available for the PC.
Article about Firefox’s new operating system for mobile devices:
just found out about a free infographics creator. It’s called Piktochart, and you may check it out at:
Here’s an article about an app named LyveHome for organizing your photos. I have not used it.
Here’s a video about some apps you can use to create digital comic strips from your photos.