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Below are excepts of each of the most recent posts that have appeared in the Graphics Unleashed Blog, Vehicle Templates Unleashed Blog and Web Design Solutions Unleashed Blog. You can read and interact with the full post by clicking on the post title. View all of the posts by visiting each of the blogs using the links above.

  • Bringing a Landscape Design Firm to the Web

    When I think back to my days in middle school, I realize how many friends I made that are still in my life years later. Today we’re going to talk about one of those friends. We went in different directions when it came time to go to college. After college, we also went in different […]

  • Tech News Digest for February 24, 2017

    Those of you who run a small (or even large) business know there are constant challenges. You might even have a failure along the line. So did Steve Jobs and I’ve included an article about this subject. There is another article with social media advice to help your business. Could wooly […]

  • New Toyoto Tacoma Vehicle Template Released

    Happy to announce the addition of the new 2016 Toyota Tacoma to our ever growing list of vehicle templates. This is one we’ve been waiting for! In addition, two other templates were released – the TOYOTA Avensis 2017 & the FORD C-Max 2015. To search all available […]

  • Jagged Vector Edge

    Here’s a video showing how to create a jagged vector element. As a vector shape, it’s highly scalable and can be easily re-colored. The post Jagged Vector Edge appeared first on Graphics Unleashed Blog. […]

  • Kaby Lake 7th Gen Intel Core Desktop Processor i7-7700K

    I’m a firm believer that if you want the absolute best computer, you need to build it yourself. If you don’t build it directly then you should at least work closely with a company that builds it for you. Yes, you have to research all of the different parts to find the ones that best […]

  • Building a WordPress Site

    A couple of weeks ago, I taught a class where I built a live WordPress Web site as part of the 2017 International Awards & Personalization Expo. For those who want to see the site we built, click here. Note that this site will be deleted after a few months. So if you are reading … The […]

  • CorelDRAW Envelope

    Here’s an animation showing a comparison between the use of CorelDRAW’s Perspective Effect, or using a custom shape as a guide for the Envelope Feature instead. Notice the difference in the letters between the top two examples. The third example shows how a custom Envelope shape can do […]

  • Photo-Paint’s Imposition Feature

    There’s quite a bit of power and utility available in the print engine for both CorelDRAW and Photo-PAINT. A user in the public forums had a question about how to compile a folder full of images into one single image. Watch this video to see how the Imposition Feature works to accomplish that […]

  • Tech News Digest for February 17, 2017

    Last week Verizon came out with unlimited data and this week Sprint and AT&T have responded. Twitter can make big money, if they follow a plan. Want to stop scam calls? A programmer has the problem solved. What’s coming with the next iPhone and Samsung phones? I have several articles. […]

  • Norton WiFi Privacy Provides Safe Surfing on Public Networks

    Just last week I was in Las Vegas and had to use the WiFi provided in my hotel and in a convention center. I’m always a little bit concerned about using my devices on these networks as I know that I am more open to being hacked. The Norton folks just released a new product … The post […]

  • GoPro Karma Drone Flies Again

    The original release of the GoPro Karma drone happened a few months ago. Almost immediately sales were halted due to an issue with crashing. That’s definitely a bad thing for a drone. An investigation found that the problem could be solved with a piece of tape. Now the fixes are integration […]

  • Important Information to Provide for Your Web Site

    Rarely have a met a Web client that wanted me to spend more time on their site than necessary or to bill them for more hours than needed. Typically they wanted the least expensive site possible. I am happy to work with clients to achieve this goal, but it has the best results if the […] The […]

  • Working With Zip Files Is Basic Computer Skill

    It happens too often. A user downloads a file from one of our Web sites. Soon afterwards we get a message telling us that they tried to open the file in an application and they were told it was corrupt. First, let me make it clear that there are corrupt files on occasion. Most often … The […]

  • Tech News Digest for February 10, 2017

    I was traveling this week so I don’t have as many articles as usual. Even though they are few in number, I think there are some really interesting ones. One explains the new trial versions from Affinity. I have purchased both Designer and Photo and find them to be very good products. I […]

  • Fast 64 GB Sandisk USB 3.0 Flash Drive

    I met with a client last week who had purchased a new laptop. The old laptop only had USB 2.0 ports while the new one had USB 3.0 ports. We were using USB 3.0 flash drives. This meant it took a lot longer to copy data only the flash drive from the old computer than … The post Fast 64 GB […]

  • Eight New Vehicle Templates with Three Jaguars

    Eight new wrap templates have been released, and if you’re a Jaguar fan, these are the ones you’ve been waiting for. Most are 2016’s and/or the latest manufacturer models. Well, except for that cherry Jaguar 2011 XJ! Newly added: Chevrolet Cruze 2016, Jaguar XJ […]

  • The Dreaded Double Spaces After Punctuation

    There are some memories from my childhood that are very vivid. One of those is sitting in a typing class and learning how to work a typewriter. While it probably didn’t seem important at the time, that skill has helped me as a writer. There were a handful of things that were pounded into our […]

  • Tech News Digest for February 3, 2017

    Even the technology news was again filled with a lot of politics. I tried to sort through it to find news that wasn’t political and that wasn’t easy. You’ll also find a couple of great tutorials that should be especially interesting to designers. Do dogs have a music preference? […]

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