Digital Art and Design
General articles about tips, tricks and how-tos, freeware and shareware plug-ins, picture tubes, filter effects.

BEE Free Online Email Editor star
In this article, we will continue to discuss the different options for creating responsive HTML email messages. We will talk about BEE Free, a free drag and drop online email editor for designing your own newsletter template.

Copyright Overlay Your Artwork star
Copyright infringement is an issue for people like digital artists and other creatives. You can use a copyright overlay for your digital images. The most common example is a semi-transparent overlay of the copyright symbol, which is the C inside a circle. Follow these steps to add the overlay.

Design a Calendar In Scrivener star
In this Scrivener tutorial, we will create a calendar. I use Scrivener to organize all my articles and tutorials. But I also need a visual representation of my editorial calendar for the month. I use this calendar to record publication dates and color coding to distinguish different tasks.

Design and Print Online at star
One of the easiest ways to design and print business cards for your inkjet printer is to use an online tool such as the one on the website. This tool makes customizing and printing your business card easy.

Store Your Digital Files on External Drive star
There are several external drives, from Flash drives that can store 4 GB and retail about $27 to an external hard drive that can store 750 GB and retails about $200. Just the other day, one of my readers emailed requesting instructions for moving photos from their email onto an external drive.

SWU Open Source Email Templates Project star
SendWithUs Open Source Email Templates Project has responsive templates for most email clients (readers). Free responsive email templates tested with Litmus.

System Preferences - iMac Desktop Appearance star
Recently, I rediscovered a little feature on my iMac that lets you change the appearance of your computer screen. It's not an overwhelming change but it can be a little fun and break the monotony. The fun happens in the General section of the Systems Preferences window.

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