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All posts by Jessica Little

Learning on the Job

March 27, 2018 | by Jessica Little | How To’s

I consider myself a proficient user of “the big three” graphic design specific Adobe programs: Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop. I was never one of those people who spent my extra time mastering every function, but I can use them effectively. This understanding, which usually comes with time, practice, and design classes, is all you really…

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Too Much To Tweet: Good/Bad Photoshop

November 16, 2017 | by Jessica Little | Creative Find, Too Much To Tweet

The Healing Power of Good/Bad Photoshop   I once had a professor who referred to combining two mismatched photos (see example above) as a misuse of Photoshop’s capabilities. However, I would argue that it is the ultimate use of Photoshop’s capabilities, as well as an enviable skill to possess. Have you ever tried smoothly transitioning…

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Too Much To Tweet: Remakes

October 18, 2017 | by Jessica Little | Civilian Water Cooler, Too Much To Tweet

I’m Trying to Keep An Open-Mind, Really, I Am: Heathers The Remake   You’ll notice that nobody in the world of literature is asking John Green to reimagine Wuthering Heights for a new audience, but apparently when it comes to movies, nothing is sacred. Sure, there are the occasional decent, and even sometimes good, remakes;…

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Drives Me Happy

October 15, 2017 | by Jessica Little | Civilian Water Cooler, How To’s

Commuting doesn’t have to be the torturous event depicted in the beginning of Office Space. I mean, in the five plus years of commuting an hour each way to work and school, I can still count the number of times I’ve been passed by an elderly person using a walker on one hand. Although it’s…

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