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  1. lumberpack

    Japanese styled designs ;)

    Some of japanese styled designs that I've made for my online stores. ;) (click on the thumbnail for a higher resolution)
  2. I do not post this in my first topic because it is not a logo. I made the first page of my portfolio and want to know which version is better and what I could improve. Furthermore I am having this problem with the software and would be happy to hear your ideas on that. Thanks for your feedback. :) Karl Grotheer __________________________________ interested in technology, law, design and marketing marketing consultant and designer press speaker/press relations @ssr oldenburg Website: Startseite - Karl Grotheer Facebook: http://bit.ly/kg01-fb Instagram: http://bit.ly/kg-ig Twitter: Karl Grotheer (@karlgrotheer) | Twitter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin...in/karlgrotheer I design logos with mostly simple shapes and sometimes combine them with (remixed) pictures. All my work is my intellectual property, so ask before using. legal information for all my works: Copyright by Karl Grotheer imprint/Impressum: karlgrotheer.jimdo.com/impressum-und-kontakt
  3. interested in technology, law design and marketing marketing consultant and designer press speaker/press relations @ssr oldenburg Website: Startseite - Karl Grotheer Facebook: http://bit.ly/kg01-fb Instagram: http://bit.ly/kg-ig Twitter: Karl Grotheer (@karlgrotheer) | Twitter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karlgrotheer I design logos with mostly simple shapes and sometimes combine them with (remixed) pictures. All my work is my intellectual property, so ask before using. legal information for all my works: Copyright by Karl Grotheer imprint/Impressum: karlgrotheer.jimdo.com/impressum-und-kontakt
  4. Hello, Is there any way that in designing a functional business card, that it could be exported or saved as a .vcf file. A virtual card file. There as so many v-cards out there, but I don't see any custom v-cards. Is it even possible? Thank you,
  5. nick g

    Font Scrambled

    MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012) 2.9 GHz Intel Core i7 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB Hello - I've been using Font Explorer X Pro Version 4.2.3 to manage my fonts. I've had no issues with Photoshop. This is not about font activation or plug ins. I have a font that I'm starting to rely on and it won't load correctly into Affinity Photo. Several fonts in the family don't match the weight or style noted in the font dialogue box. It works with Photoshop. I did some extensive cache clean up and data base optimization in Font Explorer. I downloaded the font again from MyFonts and reinstalled it in Font Explorer. 3 restarts total. . .No luck. Attached is a zip file of the problem font. See if you can duplicate the issue. thanks - n gorski Migrena_Grotesque.zip
  6. Hi, I've been using Affinity now for two professional projects and it's good. I noticed there are a few panels which can be consolidated to use the same template as the layers panel, this would lower the API surface area and improve maintainability over time. Just my 2 cents.
  7. Hello everybody, As i said in my introduction, i am a simple hobbyistn self-learner and i like the world of graphic design. i have discover Affinity Designer in the release of the first beta version for windows..what a great software ;) And, of course, i bought it the first day of the final release, prevent me from taking subscription to Ad..e ;) So, i know as i am not a professional , my job is under the quality of the professionals but i want to learn, to learn , to learn. So, here it is ( and sorry for my bad English ) : 1 - My personal logo, just for laughing , the background is done with Houdini : 2 - A print-style poster ( just for me ) , the sentence is "Take the Stairs ! " and " Burn calories and not Carbon" ;-) 3 - A print style poster ( just for me ) of what i think from Bayer/Monsanto lol : 4 - A flyers in A5 for "Le paradis infernal" musical, ( very good amateur singers ),'print): 5 - A rollup for "Le paradis infernal" musical , big-size (print) : 6 - A little booklet for people who came to see the show "Le paradis infernal" musical ( print) : ( re size for posting here ) 7 - 2 pages from the 16 pages booklet for " Le paradis inferna" musical ( cd+dvd boxset) (print) : 8- This is the rollup printed : And a cd cover, dvd I and II etc . So let me think what you think about it please, All the very best, David
  8. Hi! I made a simple template for my everyday web-design needs, which i'm glad to share. It contains five pseudo-artboards which are Desktop, Tablet Landscape 1024, Tablet Portrait 768, Mobile Landscape 480, Mobile Portrait 320. They all have semi-transparent grid over them so you can start quick. I think templates like this are good to emulate artboards untill we have real artboards in AD and are just nice way to start your design projects. Will be glad to know what you think of this template, any suggestions are welcome. Feel free to modify it in any way possible. AD-Web-Template1.afdesign
  9. A few days back I was using Affinity Designer (Windows), designing a logo and modifying a pre-existing font to suit my needs when it hit me. I wanted to design my own font/fonts! I searched the web to find a program that might be good for this, but all the programs on the market didn't look too amazing. The interfaces looked clumsy, unappealing and even though I am sure that they are good, I felt as if they were limited and always needed a separate program to complement them for their lack in one area or another. In most of the videos and tutorials I watched, people tended to use Adobe Illustrator to make the letters and then import the paths into the font editor. So I thought to myself; "What if Affinity Designer would have a font editor built into it, or a stand-alone software that would have the amazing interface of Affinity Designer and its ease of use?". So my suggestion is, that it would be AMAZING to have/buy an extension for Affinity Designer to be able to edit and export fonts! I do know that it is not "just" programming an extension/add-on of that sort to Affinity, but I can't imagine it being too difficult either. I mean you have all the tools that are needed for the job and the extra "specific" tools for font editing could perhaps fit under a new persona in the upper left? A font persona. That would make Affinity even more of a killer software! It would be nice if you guys considered adding this. I mean I really like Affinity Designer and I will most likely buy it on release, but I would also love to buy a font editor from you since I know that you would make it easy and fun to work with!
  10. papakpak

    cactus-AD

    Hello, guys. i really love cactuses. So i deside to illustrate it, i hope you like it feel free to comment.
  11. After working with AD to export stuff for a mobile app, I came to the conclusion this would be a must. It's really difficult to navigate between lots of different things and not be able to organize them, and so it would be cool to have: 1. Layer/Export item color coding (like ps) 2. Export item grouping, to keep things tidy. setting a "Path" variable on this could be cool because it would allow for all items in this group to be exported in the path specified in the variable, without having to resort to "funky naming" like "mainfolder/subfolder"
  12. sorin.jurcut

    UI Design with Affinity

    Working on a redesign of an app in my company, and I wanted to experiment with Affinity Designer. Having had worked with both Sketch, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, Affinity was the right amount of "strange" I needed. Right between Ps and Ai, with bits of Sketch, it's exactly what I need. I got accustomed to the snapping, and it's a joy to do UI design with it. Especially with Artboards. Very very easy. I'm a bit miffed with the occasional crashes from various sources, but those are going to be history once the beta goes MP and gets released. I've also tested Flinto, Pixate and Principle in parallell with Affinity Designer, and I settled on Principle. Flinto is simply too primitive and has issues with element positioning. Quite the odd UX they got. not a fan. Pixate is a bit complicated and just doesn't cut it in terms of more complicated stuff. Having said that, Principle is still not the best, lacking timelined animation & interaction. What I wanted to see was something along the lines of After Effects Timeline animation but for individual elements, adjustable timeline lenght, etc. I would've wanted to be able to stopwatch parameters of properties and be able to change them (create keyframes in the process). Alas, no. The principle phone client is really primitive. No wireless sharing, you have to be connected. Eugh ! Unfortunately I cannot give more info about the project, nor can I post more screens, because I'd then be in deep trouble. Cheers.
  13. I am excited to share with you the official announcement of my new Affinity Designer course on Lynda.com. It been out for a couple of weeks now and just getting around to sharing with those of you who might of missed it. Much of the course was based on the features found in Affinity 1.4, but I think their a good amount of tips and techniques in this short 1hr and 18 minute course. I made this course for the designer/developer who need to get up to speed on UX/UI specific tools and features fast. Anyway, check it out and again thank you all for your continued interest and support! CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE COURSE Course Description Learn how to incorporate Affinity Designer's features into your own design process. Here Ronnie McBride shows how to set up your preferences, use artboards, create custom color themes in the Swatches panel, apply styles and gradients, and create wire-frames, mock-ups, UI assets, and hero graphics—all with Affinity Designer's versatile tool set. Once you find out what you can do with Affinity Designer, you may never go back to expensive design software again. Topics include:Setting up your preferences and interface Creating new documents Using artboards Creating a wire-frame or mock-up Creating UI assets Exporting for prototyping ` Check out my other titles in my signature below.
  14. bodobe

    Fiat 500 wireframe (AD)

    Wireframe model (Fiat 500) of the vector graphics. Hey, do you like it? :) http://b-bertuleit.de/portfolio/vector/fiat-500-vintage-57/ New Link: http://b-bertuleit.de/fiat-500-vintage-57/
  15. papakpak

    robot

    Hello! It's my first work at AD. i hope you like it. Feel free to comment
  16. Hello, I am new of Affinity Design. I don't know about this very much. Can someone explain me how do I step to step: draw "bread"? See a picture. This picture I want draw on Affinity Designer too. Your sincerely, Ekrem Koç
  17. I'm a programmer that focusses on front-end web applications, I can use ui plugins in Angular2 (framework), but I would love to create something of my own. I have never designed anything. I'm basically searching for good (paid) tutorials on web design. Thanks
  18. Kaide

    Logo design

    First logo done for client with AD & Wacom Intuos pen tablet (M).
  19. bodobe

    one of three ...

    Need your help;-) which version is more sinister, more scary? It should be a book cover (Thriller). Thank you for your opinions, comments … :ph34r: (the subtle differences can be found in the face)
  20. A very simple question for some i'm sure. What is the best way to design a poster back and front and send for printing. 2 files named front and back? 2 art boards? double the size of the page and do the work side by side? Thanks
  21. Just bought and sure it will be great.... First thing I want to do is design company logo. I want 4 letters typed in caps locking as tough going into the distance slightly with a '45 degree shadow of the same behind. Can't see any way to achieve it though. Similar effect to the link below though letters, colours, text all different. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JCB_(company) The yellow JCB logo. Would be really grateful for any help or advise. Thanks very much Stu
  22. Is there a way to save shapes that I frequently use to the shape selector? (sort of like saving brushes) For example I use the circle with a cross, like you'd see on a "no smoking" sign. Currently I copy and paste that shape from a file of shapes that I frequently use. I'm just wondering if there is a quicker way to go about that.
  23. A new car in your garage! Pure vector work with affinity designer. http://b-bertuleit.de/fiat-500-vintage-57/
  24. Hi there I am working in Design. (Love it too and tell everyone about it) I have built an image with a 5000x5000 pixel artboard the image itself is 4400x4400 - I would like it to be downsized to 1200x1200 or close for use on a small label and a business card. When I try to resize it, under the Transform tab, or under 'command / shift' many of the inner layers of the object disappear. The 'outer glow' effect also increases in size. Distorting the original artwork considerably. If this has already been answered please redirect to the forum that covers how to fix this issue. Thanks so much for your time!
  25. manauri

    Free Vector Pages

    Affinity Forums Hello friends, greetings from Honduras, now will share a link to download vectors and more. link: http://es.all-free-download.com The site is ideal for use with Affinitty Designer. greetings To You
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