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As designers today, we are extra gifted with the ability to make passive income from digital products. While 'passive' can be a bit misleading (because there is continual work to

One question I receive often is "I love design, but I'm struggling to find my own design style. Do you have any suggestions?" This is one of those questions where

We have ALL been there. Days, weeks, or projects where there's just nothing to grip onto upstairs. You scour the internet for inspiration, create mind maps and doodle out ideas,

I was surprised to receive a number of emails lately asking which home inkjet printers I recommend. After using different printers at all of the jobs I've held, plus using my

If you love lettering and are ready to take things up a notch, converting your lettering into a font is a great next step! Not only will you experience typing

One of my favorite parts about this year was experimenting with more art supplies than I ever have before. I definitely didn't love everything I tried, but I do have a

In Tuesday's post when I introduced my newest course, Brush Lettering with Watercolor, I mentioned that when I started brush lettering with watercolor, it was the first time

If you're an Every-Tuesday subscriber, then you already received this brush lettering with watercolor supply list in your inboxes yesterday :) It's too useful of a resource not to

In many of the ventures I've taken into the depths of Instagram eye candy-land, adding some splatter to finished artwork is totally a thing. Here's another thing though -

I am truly so flattered by the response to Lettering Layouts this week (it's the #1 trending class on Skillshare as I type this!). I have loved, LOVED

This coming Monday, I'll be publishing my next Skillshare class, Lettering Layouts. Since we went over typing on a path in Illustrator on Tuesday, I thought it'd be fun

Let's talk about something that's massively important, but often gets overlooked: type on a path in Illustrator. You're probably already familiar with the ability to select any text and go effect >