Category Archives: poster’s choicer

Text in a circle


I know this is something I’ve been wondering how to do in InDesign. I know how to do it in PhotoShop, but haven’t been able to figure out how to for ID.

Group 4 – Kyle and Dakota


Posters Choice: Creative Ads


I picked this website because I agree with their theory that there is no way to get a second chance a making a first impression. These ads make you think outside of the box a little, and give humor to the ad. However, the message not only draws humor and gives a different perspective the ad builds the company’s brand also.



30 Best Fonts that Every Designer Must Own


30 Fonts To Last A Life Time

Here are 30 of the Best Fonts / Typefaces that every designer must / should own

sorted by alphabetical order. There are 15 serif fonts and 15 sans-serif fonts. These fonts will

last you your whole career! A brief description of what each font is best suited for is provided

however are not limited tothis. There are some top free cool fonts that are downloadable

in this collection and some that come with your operating system… the others are not so free

but they sure will help you improve your typography! They include original PC, Mac and

Truetype fonts.

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How to make a QR code


How to make a QR Code

Go to

You have a few options

Pick what you would like your code to do. 

URL  Text  Phone Number  SMS

Pick your size from the drop down list
Size:   S  M  L  XL

Save your QR Code as a Jpeg if you are using it for a print publication, this will provide easy placing.
Group 2 : Jessica, Melissa, Lynda

Tutorial Posts on CS Adobe 5.5 software


These posts should provide beneficial feedback on the updates on Adobe CS 5.5, as well as help explain how to correctly use some Adobe products.

The final link should also provide some stress relief for our brains during busy times.

30 advanced photoshop illustration tutorials

What all is new is the CS 5.5 update?

What to do when you’re “out of ideas”

This post is brought to you by Richard Kelly and Brooke Rollison.