Give your small business, band, or blog a unique icon used to communicate your brand across language barriers. A well-designed logo makes this possible. Make your brand stand out and recognizable with my logo design services.
(Icon for Clover) I love the tab function of macOS Sierra and higher for Mac’s window panes because it allows me to get organized with my projects more easily. I thought to myself, “does Microsoft Windows have this functionality?” The short answer is “no, not naively (built-in).” However, after doing some Googling, I discovered the... Continue Reading →
The above graphic* is a good visual of the main difference between vector & raster. Raster images are what you naturally get with photos with file extensions such as JPG, PNG, TIFF. Vector file extensions include EPS, PDF**, and AI. Vector - created with mathematic equations by an app, independent from resolution. In other words,... Continue Reading →
Behind the scenes look of my process in product photography, i.e. how I turn a 1-tier PDQ Display into a 2-tier PDQ Display: In graphic design and photography, the process of combining more than one photo or graphic into a single image is called "photo compositing." A company may need a multiple-tier PDQ display composited from... Continue Reading →
Virustotal (https://www.virustotal.com) is a Google-owned site that you can use to scan & “analyze suspicious files and URLs to detect types of malware, automatically share them with the security community [aka Anti-virus/Anti-Malware companies].” If you suspect or are unsure about the how safe a link (URL), download, or file is, you can use Virustotal to scan... Continue Reading →
Please note: This infographic was designed & calculated by me, Marc Forman, and is for educational purposes only. I do not endorse speeding on any level. #SpeedingNotWorthIt
I wanted the angle formed by the tops of the front and back panels to be consistent between (2) different PDQ displays. If I was given an angle of 50 degrees and only (3) dimensions of the displays; I would need to calculate each display's Front Panel Height (FPH) in order for them to match the... Continue Reading →