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Customer Computer Arts - Magazine Reviews (6)
by - written on 24/08/01, updated on 24/08/01 (Very useful, 167 readings)
Whether you like it or not, art plays a part in everything we see everyday. Everything down to the label on a tin of beans has been designed with tender loving care, and now computers have become more powerful the art of design has moved over to a new platform. Computers make it possible to design anything in a relatively short amount of time, and with a greater level of professionalism. No matter what business you're in, the chances are you'll be using a computer. You may want a web site made for your company, or you might just want to design a birthday card for your little Nephew Freddie. Well, for those of you who want to be able to take control of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/09, updated on 09/02/09 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Computer Arts is a colourful and beautifully laid-out magazine relating to the ever changing world of creative design. Costing £6 and released monthly, the publication begins with a section called 'Exposure' which showcases new illustrative talents. As a designer, I often gain inspiration from these pages, and flicking through this section can be a good antidote to a creative block. Like many magazines, the Letters pages give readers the chance to write in and express their views on a range of design related subjects. There is a prize for the best entry, which generally consists of a moderately expensive item linked to the field of new media - a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Computer Arts is a monthly magazine aimed at graphic design and illustration students and freelancers worldwide. The publication offers a wide range of features, from the Exposure section covering new illustration trends, to design studio and industry reports thrown together with a bundle of up-to-date tutorials on current graphic and illustration styles and underground trend movements that are making it mainstream. Computer Arts try to pack in as much information and useful tips as possible in every issue and every designer out there, no matter their skill level and experience will always find something new and helpful inside the pages. The magazine also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/08 (Very useful, 51 readings)
As a graphic designer, I am always looking for inspiration to help keep my ideas fresh and up to date, as well as finding new ways to streamline my design and typographical skills further. So I sometimes turn to magazines to see what's hot and what's not at any time. I find Computer Arts to be the best magazine on the market for all creative people, from graphic designers to illustrators, to web designers and programmers. It offers excellent tutorials every month from a leading designer in their field, who lays out the process in easy to follow steps with any additional resources available on the free cover CD. On the CD, you'll also find free stock images, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/03, updated on 04/03/03 (Very useful, 117 readings)
So you wanna be a design super star? This review is for the wannabe and newbie designer. Definitely, Computer Arts is the best computer design magazine for professionals in 2 worlds. I know from my own experience that many newbies do feel attracted to buy this magazine as a learning resource for maturing artistic and software skills. My advice is: save those precious £6 now and go for real beginner?s books on the software you feel most sexually attracted to (you got to have it with passion). Please don?t feel left out, I am just trying to help you aim right before you shoot (read my review on Computer Arts Special, perhaps that is more your stuff). Basically, ... Read the complete review
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