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VRCodes – vía @medialab


Viral SpacesMIT Media Lab
VRCodes are currently being developed by Pixels.IO as a spinoff of the Viral Spaces group.

Envision a world where inconspicuous and unobtrusive display surfaces act as general digital interfaces which transmit both words and pictures as well as machine-compatible data. They also encode relative orientation and positioning. Any display can be a transmitter and any phone can be a receiver. Further, data can be rendered invisibly on the screen.

VRCodes present the design, implementation and evaluation of a novel visible light-based communications architecture based on undetectable, embedded codes in a picture that are easily resolved by an inexpensive camera. The software-defined interface creates an interactive system in which any aspect of the signal processing can be dynamically modified to fit the changing hardware peripherals and well as the demands of desired human interaction.

This design of a visual environment that is rich in information for both people and their devices overcomes many of the limitations imposed by radio frequency (RF) interfaces. It is scalable, directional, and potentially high capacity. We demonstrate it through NewsFlash, a multi-screen set of images where each user’s phone is an informational magnifying glass that reads codes arranged around the images.

VRCodes are currently being developed by Pixels.IO as a spinoff of the Viral Spaces group. See the MIT Media Lab PLDB entry and grace@pixels.io

VRCodes was initiated by Grace Woo in the MIT Media Lab as a part of her PhD thesis. Special thanks to Andy LippmanRamesh RaskarGerald SussmanVincent ChanSzymon Jakubczak and Eyal Toledano.

Recent uses of VRCodes
Newsflash [description]

Grace Woo, Andy Lippman

Newsflash shows a large display of screens which can be used in a public environment. Users can point their phone at a screen to get more data from the frontpages in front of them.

4 Landing Page Testing Tips To Remember -vía @ioninteractive


by Anna Talerico

Testing landing pages can be a lot of fun. Especially when you are able to quickly see results, analyze your data and launch new test waves quickly and easily. It’s addicting to launch an experience and see how it’s performing in real-time.

ion interactive - Optimizing Marketing Performance Beyond Landing Pages

But it’s easy to get so wrapped up in the real-time nature of testing that you forget to stop, slow down and be methodical. We’ve blogged about this recently with our 12-point landing page testing process and awesome format for documenting test plans.

Sometimes even in the when you know the right process to follow, you need a little cold water on your face before you make a wrong turn. Here are 4 quick  tips to remember next time you are in the heady, giddy phase of a landing page test. Just a little dose of testing reality:

1. Don’t call the test too soon.

2. Don’t despair.

3. Be ready to be wrong, be ready to be right.

4. Learn.

  • Trust your landing page testing tool, sit back and let it calculate statistical confidence for you. You want to be sure of the results, and results can change before statistical confidence is reached.
  • Many marketers who are just getting started launch a test with no result, throw up their arms, declare testing doesn’t work and stop testing. Don’t be that marketer. Stick with it, and you will get results.
  • Be the marketer who avoids getting dogmatic about what will and won’t work, and instead be the one who says, “I don’t know, let’s test it”.
  • While launching some big new feature or redesign on your site is all risk (you won’t know how it works until you launch it!), taking a simple layout/content/design test live is pure experimentation—little risk, and lots of opportunity for reward

Own The Moment – vía @frogdesign


Right away, “Own The Moment” became the project’s mantra. The team believed that the person who controlled the jukebox music for an entire bar or restaurant was made a star for those minutes that his or her song played — he or she owned that moment. As Creative Director Sean Rhodes put it, “That concept of giving something of yourself and contributing to that night and then that device experience, the Virtuo, enabling that – it helped inspire us and govern the interactions we were trying to set forth.”

To learn more about the project, check out this new case study video below.

 

 

Full story http://designmind.frogdesign.com

How to create a design style guide – thnxz to @CreativeBloQ


(Abstract… full article +INFO Creative Bloq )

A style guide shouldn’t read like the work of a control freak, but nor should it be vague and ambiguous. Paul Wyatt explains how to strike the right balance.

 

Here are (some of the best) tips for ensuring your style guide does the job right in ensuring others do it right.

It doesn’t have to be perfect

Obviously we’d all love to spend time and energy crafting the perfect design style guide for each project. But in the real world, that’s not always possible. If you’re up against a tight deadline and not able to create a style guide with lots of bells and whistles (and examples), be sure to include the most pertinent and helpful information about the brand or piece of work you’re created in the time you do have.

Full article +INFO :)

Essential elements

Start off with:

  • a written overview of the company it’s for
  • a rationale for the work carried out
  • information about logos; font usage; colour palette; tone of voice
  • photographic guides
  • collateral information

 

If you have enough time, it’s worth adding some examples of logo and typographic usage as well as links to master artwork/ brand collateral templates and helpful contacts within your agency or company.

 

 Concentrate on the visible

Look around your workplace and you’ll (hopefully) see colleagues who look presentable and are nicely dressed. Quite possibly a large percentage of these people do not have matching pants and socks or bras and knickers. But who cares? You (hopefully) don’t get to see them. Similarly, in your style guide concentrate on the visible and the relevant. Try not to deep dive into creating colour palettes which then have sub colour palettes and then further sub, sub colour palettes which might never be used or seen.

 

Full article +INFO :)

 

 Work with a copywriter

Style guide tips
Big, bold words help energise and communicate brand values in an effective visual way

Work with a copywriter to energise and communicate the brand. This style guide potentially will be used client-side by the in-house creative team or sent out to other agencies to be applied in future work.

For your guide to be applied successfully it’s essential to communicate effectively in written form the brand spirit; the reason behind the work; what the guide is there for; and what the brand goals are that the creative using the guide should be mindful of.

Full article +INFO :)

 

Anticipate questions

At the end of the guide include relevant contacts and create a group email address should the reader have any queries about the guide and need to get in touch should there be something the guide does not explain. Although if you’ve included all the relevant details in your guide this should very rarely happen.

Also consider creating an FAQ as part of the guide and think about the top 20 questions a creative might ask about a brand when they first approach it. “I hate your logo. Do I have to use it?” is a question which isn’t allowed.

 

Create art-worked examples

Style guide tips
Art worked header examples from the BBC visual language guide

Art-working up examples of creative templates can be a great way to showcase how the guide can be interpreted. Also consider supplying these files for download with the style guide.

Quality Tutorial Designer’s Checklist | langwitches.org


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Helping students become quality Tutorial Designers has been on my mind and agenda lately. The reasons are plentiful, from the train of thought “if you can teach it, you know it”, being a vital skill in the 21st century, Alan November’s work “Who owns the Learning?”/ “Digital Learning Farm” to tutorials being an important piece in the self-motivated and self-directed learning of our times.

Teaching, nor creating (digital) tutorials, may come natural to everyone. There are are several skills involved. which are valuable for our students to learn.

  • communication
    not only understanding content and process, but being able to express and communicate them to someone else. The communication can be accomplished in a variety of media.
  • collaboration
    curating all student created tutorials in one place (ex. wiki) will create a hub, where students can search for tutorials of content, that they need a refresher on and  it creates a depository for students in future years to come.
  • writing
    writing a script is an essential part of tutorial design. Tutorial writing could be considered part of the expository writing and technical writing genre
  • vocabulary
    using  specific vocabulary related to the content explained
  • storyboarding
    “Storyboards are graphic organizers in the form of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualizing”~ Wikipedia
  • digital storytelling
    a tutorial is a special type of story. It requires the “teller” of the story to engage the “listener” via different digital media
  • networking
    tutorials are meant for others to learn from us
  • digital media
    creating, editing, and mixing of a variety of media forms (text, images, audio, video, etc.) and the fluency to work with a variety of media and switch effortless between them
  • empathy
    the ability to understand and share the feelings (ex. not know how to do something or understand) of another >>>  Sigue leyendo

10 herramientas de software libre para gestionar proyectos | Bitelia.com


Avatar de Marilí­n Gonzalo | Bitelia

Para trabajar de forma profesional en un proyecto, muchas veces necesitamos algo más que una lista de tareas, y es el momento de buscar una solución en software, tanto si es un trabajo que vamos a llevar a cabo solos como si hay otras personas en el equipo. Si los clientes son varios, entonces ya es imprescindible encontrar algún buen programa de gestión de proyectos, estable pero también flexible. Los programas desoftware libre son ideales porque además de ser potentes, cuentan detrás con una comunidad de desarrolladores y pueden hacernos ahorrar bastante en costos.

Hemos hecho una lista de herramientas de software libre abiertas y disponibles, así cualquiera que lo necesite pueda tener a mano un sitio donde buscar y probar distintos programas que han sido recomendados por sus usuarios. Si usan otras y les parece que deberíamos conocerlas, no olviden mencionarlas en los comentarios.

colabtive: A los fans de Basecamp les gustará esta herramienta, porque es la alternativa open source a herramientas propietarias como esta. Permite importar desde Basecamp e incluye funciones similares como la gestión de diferentes proyectos, los Milestones y las listas de tareas. También mide el tiempo dedicado a las tareas, emite informes y cuenta con varios plugins para extender sus funciones. Sólo en inglés.

Project HQ: También similar a Basecamp, Project HQ está construido sobre Python, Pylons y SQLAlchemy, y su base de datos es totalmente independiente. Gestiona distintas compañías, miembros y proyectos y cuenta con minestrones y listas de tareas. Es configurable visualmente usando CSS.

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Timeline Cover Maker | Custom Facebook Banner/Background


See on Scoop.itGabriel Catalano human being | #INperfeccion® a way to find new insight & perspectives

I like this tool, it’s free, easy to use and without advertiser banner. Even if you’re not a computer genius, you can use it. Try it, you’ll be glad you did, for sure! [note Martin Gysler]

Facebook is changing how we can express ourselves on our facebook page. With their new Timeline Profile you are now free to express yourself with a big banner behind your profile picture. Sigue leyendo

E-books PDF courtesy by ioninteractive.com


Learn how to use landing page software in tandem with your current marketing automation solution for exceptional results.

Integrating LiveBall with your marketing automation solution can help you to generate results unlike anything that you could achieve singly. In this guide, you’ll learn how to leverage the Power of Two to create a wider variety of better experience with less effort, more sophistication, greater insights, and streamlined testing.

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50 Landing Page Best Practices

The Ultimate Guide to Effective Landing Pages

From templates to testing and everything in between, this jam-packed best practices manual contains 50 expert tips and strategies for building the best landing pages.

You’ll gain valuable insights such as how to integrate your landing experience with a post-conversion audience, and how to build audience-specific landing pages. In addition, we’re revealing a trove of testing strategies, including which elements are most important to test on your pages.

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Landing Page Toolkit

This workbook takes you step-by-step from creating landing pages to optimizing them for high-conversion. Learn strategies for testing, segmenting, and messaging success. We even included extra workpages for future use. Read the toolkit and start making high-performance pages today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About ion
Scalable, Agile Landing Page Optimization & Management

Marketers spend a lot to win clicks. We think every one of those clicks should lead to a great experience. Our cloud-based platform, LiveBall is used by hundreds of global brands to create and optimize post-click web experiences. We also offer a wide-range of strategic services for companies who need help in the planning, executing and optimizing of their post-click programs.

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La nube y el departamento de TI.

Thoran Rodrigues. 

Revista Cloud Computing. 

Una de las grandes promesas que hacen los proveedores de nubes es que la adopción del cloud computing reduce en gran medida los costes de TI de cualquier empresa. Una parte crucial de esta promesa, que se puede encontrar en la mayoría de las calculadoras de costos de la “nube” disponibles en Internet, es la reducción en los costos de mano de obra.

Si alojas un servidor interno, necesitas un administrador de sistemas para administrar ese servidor, si contratas un servidor virtual con las mismas especificaciones de un (Leer más)

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Conceptos científicos para pensar mejor (3).

Por Dolors Reig.

El Caparazón.

Continuando con nuestra particularserie de errores cognitivos y precauciones para pensar mejor,dejo hoy tres ejemplos que nos van aproximando a los que serán los finales, cada vez más vinculados a la experiencia de uso de Internet, la sociedad red y la sociabilidad aumentada.

1. La Superveniencia.

El de la Superveniencia de Joshua Greene resulta un concepto interesante: Imaginemos el dibujo de un perro en una pantalla de ordenador. Podemos describirlo como el dibujo de un perro pero a un nivel distinto también podemos verlo como un (Leer más)

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Las etapas vitales de los eternos adolescentes.  

Por Cruz Gomar. 

Cruz Coaching. 

Nos damos cuenta que llega la primera adolescencia cuando percibimos expectantes los primeros cambios hormonales; en cambio cuando llega la segunda nos asaltan de sopetón y en múltiples ocasiones no se viven de buen grado, ya que no asumimos que el tiempo se nos haya pasado volando.

Impresiones como esta suelen escucharse a personas que se encuentran en la encrucijada de la mitad de la vida:

“Hasta los 40 años es como si se viajara dentro de un carruaje muy cómodo, no sentía grandes preocupaciones. En cambio ahora

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Three Testing Strategies For Sophomore Conversion Testers | by Celine Roque


THE DAILY EGG

Hard boiled conversion optimization and design advice

Change the color of your call-to-action button.  Test a new headline.  Swap this hero image for that hero image.

Been there, done that.

Try these three conversion testing methods for Conversion Testing sophomores.

#1 – Blow it up, start from scratch

Instead of pursuing split tests on specific site elements – such as the headline or call-to-action button – 37signals decided to test two fundamentally different versions of their Highrise homepage. The rationale behind this was that they needed to destroy their assumptions about what may or may not work.

Almost everything was different about each version.

This is an image of the Original Design vs. the Person Design:

  • The Original Design had several smaller customer photos, while the Person Design had one large background photo of just a single customer.
  • There were several customer testimonials in the Original Design, while the Person Design only had a single quote from the featured customer.
  • Only a handful of benefits are listed on the Person Design, while several features and benefits are outlined in the Original Design.
  • The person design has only one prominent call-to-action: “See Highrise Plans and Pricing”. The Original Design had a navigation menu, as well as options to view more testimonials and features.

The result of this difference was that the Person Design led to a 102.5% increase in paid sign-ups.

Key Takeaway: Rather than just testing small elements of your landing page, try to test radically different versions of the page.

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SEO: URL estáticos y URL dinámicos | by Cristina Rojas


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by Cristina Rojas

 

Inicialmente, el World Wide Web constaba en forma predominante de sitios Web estáticos. Cada URL dentro de un sitio Web apuntaba a un archivo físico actual y situado en un sistema de archivo del servidor Web. Un spider (rastreador de sitios web) de buscadores tenía poco de que preocuparse, buscaría por el sitio web e indexaría cada URL de un modo relativamente fácil. No existían problemas del tipo contenido duplicado ni trampas para el spider.

Actualmente, los sitios web dinámicos dominan el WWW (World Wide Web). Desafortunadamente, si observamos el URL desde el punto de búsqueda, a veces puede presentar problemas; especialmente cuando se trata de spidering. Un ejemplo de esto es que muchos sitios Web dinámicos emplean parámetros de cadena de búsqueda que generen diferentes URL y que alojen contenido muy similar o idéntico. Los buscadores lo interpretan como contenido duplicado, y penalizan las páginas. A continuación explicare: los URL estáticos y dinámicos.

URL estáticos …  Sigue leyendo

27 A/B Testing & Optimization Posts You Shouldn’t Miss | unbounce.com


Do you know NOTHING about A/B testing? Then there are plenty of introductory posts for you below.

Are you a SEASONED PRO?Then seek out the case studiesand more advanced lessons. Personally, I believe you can learn at least one new idea to inspire you as to what you could test, from any good blog post.

I’ve tried to find some of the better recent posts on A/B testing and conversion rate optimization to see where people’s ideas are at right now. You never know when you’ll find that case study that’s just like your own problem, or an important concept you find hard to communicate to your boss or clients.

If you have any other recent and great posts on these subjects, I’d love if you would share them in the comments so our readers can get the most value from this post.

Now test on conversion soldier, test on.

Case Studies

1. What Spending $252,000 On Conversion Rate Optimization Taught Neil Patel

10 insights from an expensive lesson, including: Gathering qualitative and quantitative data before testing, do A/A tests before you do A/B tests (you’ll need to read about that one), don’t expect increases on a monthly basis and multivariate tests never work… or at least for me. Good read.


2. How We Increased Landing Page Conversion from 5% to 55%

6 lessons explained in this case study, including large background photos convert really well, and this is a really interesting one, how adding an email and password option increased signups via Facebook and Twitter (which already existed on the page) by 7%.


3. B2B Lead Gen: A/B Split Test Helps Increase Quote Requests 262%

Everyone loves a good case study, and this one from Marketing Experiments walks you through their whole process from start to finish to show an impressive conversion lift.


4. A/B Testing Generates a 98+% Lift in Conversion Rate for DHL

Another case study, this time from Ion Interactive. Which walks through the target audience, the changes made to the pages, why they were made and what happened in the end. Stats and case studies FTW.


5. Webinar Testing: Slight Title Change Produces 45% Increase in Clickthrough Rate

I love title tests – they are almost always surprising. This one is good because it’s focused on attracting people to a webinar, which a lot of marketing companies are doing now – so listen up and use this info to test your own webinar registration pages.


6. How Changing a Single Word Increased Clickthrough Rate by 161%

I like this one because it starts properly with a hypothesis. Without one you might achieve success, but not know if it was based on your business goals (meaning that you’re still leaving money on the table). #ihatethatphraseftr


7. How Server Density A/B Tested Pricing Plans and Increased Revenue by 114%

If you run a SaaS business then this will be interesting to you as it includes a pricing test. Which is the hardest thing to get right for your business. You have to be careful how you do it though as it’s illegal in some jurisdictions to offer different prices to different people. It’s safer to just play with layout and verbiage changes.


8. Five Surprising Split Testing Tips

I’d say that nearly ALL A/B test results are surprising. But these five are a good set to add into your testing toolkit. Just remember, that what works for one page doesn’t necessarily work for your page – or customers.


9. Split-Test Email Signups Doubled AND Bounces Reduced at the Same Time

A fun and simple test, where you get to guess the winner and it even gets into the details of measuring your results in Google Analytics and WordPress. (Plug, with Unbounce you can see live conversion results right in the app :)

For A/B Testing Beginners

10. An Introduction To A/B Testing

You might be sick of intro’s to A/B testing, but this one has a pretty sweet video if you’re someone that prefers to watch rather than read. Definitely one for the noobs though.


11. The Web Developer’s Guide to A/B Testing

Don’t be fooled by the title, this post takes the small business angle for A/B testing. And talks about tools to use, what to test and the benefits of conversion rate optimization. More importantly it covers how to set up a proper test and how to interpret the data.


12. An Introduction to Using A/B Testing for Marketing Optimization

An eBook from the eBook masters at Hubspot. To quote them directly: “A/B testing your landing pages can help you generate up to 40% more leads for your business. Add this result to the benefits you can get from split testing your calls-to-action and emails, and you’ll see some significant increases in lead generation.” It’s 50 pages and has case studies, guidelines, and what you should be testing.


13. Conversion Rate Optimization eBook Listed for Free on Amazon Kindle

I don’t own a Kindle, but if I did, then I’d probably give this free download a go. Nothing to lose right? It seems to be a lead in to a series that you would need to pay for, but if it’s good then why not? It’s like giving a free preview of an upcoming larger book. So in terms of a sales strategy, it’s a good one.

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How to Increase Your Blog and Website Sales Conversion Rates with A/B Split Testing


Jeffbullas’s Blog

A/B Testing has been used by a number of online entrepreneurs for a long time now. With the huge benefits that it promises, this is not that surprising. Small businesses, medium-scale enterprises and large companies all benefit from A/B Split Testing.How to Increase your Blog and Website Sales Conversion Rate with AB Split Testing

But for you to be able to utilize this tool to its maximum potential, it is a must that you first have even a working understanding of what it is and how it works. This is actually one of the common pitfalls for some online entrepreneurs. They do not reap the full benefits of certain tools because they have not applied it well. Do not be one of them. Do your research and apply the best practices.

 What is A/B Split Testing?

This is one of the first questions that need to be answered. Essentially, this is a technique wherein two versions of a webpage, email or personal message is sent to customers. But in these versions, almost all the elements are the same except for one.

The goal here is to track the changes in customer behavior. So when a specific action or change in behavior is recorded, there is only one factor to which the change can be attributed. This is the sole element which was tweaked.

Another thing that you have to keep in mind with A/B Split Testing is that the choice of customers receiving the versions is random. This way, bias or prejudice will affect the results of the test. Also, an appropriate sample size which is well-calculated is also necessary.

The fact is, A/B Split Testing can be pretty simple. You can even do this by yourself if you have the tools. Speaking of tools, there are many available online. A good example would be Google Analytics.

Steps in Conducting A/B Testing

First: Determine why you need to do an A/B testing. Sigue leyendo

Lean Marketing & el aprendizaje validado | titonet.com


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Uno de los libros que más está calando en el mundo de los emprendedores es el Método Lean Startup de Eric Ries. Hoy me gustaría adaptar algunos de los mensajes de este fantástico libro al mundo del marketing y ventas, desde la construcción de nuevos productos a la creación de una campaña de comunicación.

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Método lean start up

La traducción del término ‘lean’ se refiere a algo delgado, sin grasa. Una ‘Startup’ es una empresa que se enfrenta a una gran incertidumbre con recursos escasos. La combinatoria de estos dos términos te lleva a la idea de un tipo de organización que requiere de una máxima eficiencia y rapidez para no desaparecer. Una organización con poca grasa. Esta es la base del Lean Start up.

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Para conseguir sobrevivir sólo hay una fórmula: gestionar de la manera más eficiente el conocimiento, aprender rápido, no repetir errores y conseguir soluciones rápidas ante los problemas del día a día. Eric Ries plantea un esquema de diseño de prototipos, basado en la creación de un MPV – Producto Mínimo Viable-, que evita invertir mucho tiempo antes de un lanzamiento, de un producto que nadie quiere. Este cambio del proceso maximiza el aprendizaje por cada euro invertido. El lanzamiento del MPV al mercado nos lleva a la confirmación de las hipótesis fundamentales del negocio. Si no se confirman tocará pilotar, es decir, revisar la hipótesis de partida para re adaptarse a la respuesta del mercado. En el momento que se confirma que el negocio empieza a rodar, toca plantear qué palancas son las variables que hacen que la actividad para hacerla escalable.

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La principal ventaja de trabajar de esta manera se resume en un término: velocidad. Para conseguirlo la variable clave es el aprendizaje validado, algo que supone apartarse del término- extremadamente acertado – de los vanity data (p.e. fans en facebook), que lo único que sirven es para hinchar egos. Apartarse de estos datos implica, investigar hasta encontrar la variable que confirma las hipótesis de partida.

Nota mental: este es un resumen un poco bestia de un libro de 200 y pico páginas que merece la pena leer y digerir.

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¿Tiene sentido hablar de Lean Marketing?

A raiz de este libro he estado investigando y la verdad es que no hay adaptaciones del libro a la actividad de marketing. ¿Podemos aplicar el concepto de aprendizaje constante y validado a la actividad de marketing? ¿A qué aplicación práctica podríamos plasmar para entendernos? En mi caso me he centrado en el desarrollo de nuevos productos y en el desarrollo de campañas de comunicación.

Desarrollando productos   >>>   Sigue leyendo

25 Fresh & Brilliant Photo Manipulation Tutorials


When we talk about Image Effect or Editing, Photoshop is the first thing that comes to our minds. These 25 Fresh & Brilliant Examples of Photo Manipulation Tutorials helps to bring your ideas into reality and improve your creativity skill and make the most stunning photo effects. With the correct tools and techniques you can create most historical photo effects in Photoshop. The art of photo manipulation requires some imagination and creativity. Before starting design effects you need to understand how to create it. The listed below tutorials help you to learning various creative techniques of how to manipulate images using Photoshop.

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01. Abstract

Learn how to create this eerie abstract photo manipulation called “The Pain”. You’ll learn how to combine different stock photos to create this scene then apply a cold color tone to it.

 

25 Fresh & Brilliant Photo Manipulation Tutorials 

02. Mythological Statue

In this Photoshop photomanipulation tutorial, you’ll learn how to take a stock image of a person, turn them into a statue using various texture mapping methods, and then how to superimpose this statue into an incredible scene. You’ll see how to handle various stock images of various colors and lighting, as well as how to work with a variety of photomanipulation techniques.

 

25 Fresh & Brilliant Photo Manipulation Tutorials 

03. Miniature City Wildlife

In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a conceptual surreal photo-manipulation. We are going to learn the process of creating depth of field using a few advanced tools. We are going to learn how to blend images so seamlessly that it would look like a single image using the Brush tool, masking and several adjustment layers.

 

25 Fresh & Brilliant Photo Manipulation Tutorials 

04. Molten Shattered Statue

Photo composites often require several Photoshop tools and techniques to achieve a desired effect. In this tutorial we will combine several photos to create a statue from a photo of a model. We will then explain how modify the statue to create cracks, and molten rock using layer masks, adjustments, and several blending and painting techniques. Let’s get started!

 

25 Fresh & Brilliant Photo Manipulation Tutorials 

05. Space Station

In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a sci-fi artwork featuring a space station. You will learn advanced blending techniques, but also some fantastic drawing, lighting and detailing techniques.

 

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Diario de sueños, cuentos, poesías y una novela en proceso

TechCrunch

Startup and Technology News

Unencumbered by Facts

Taking unsubstantiation to new levels

Carlos Cordero

Blog de tecnología

PsicoEmocions Blog

Un Pont entre la Psique i les Emocions

TEA PTLS NACHO

AUTISMO.TEA..PTLS

Comunicación & Marketing

De Lilian Lanzieri

Xtratexia

Dirección estratégica para la vida

Notes From The Internet

by Silvia Altamirano

StellarHIRE Partners

Founding Partner, StellarHire Partners - Executive Search Consultants. Recent engagements include Eloqua, SFDC, Tibco and Veeam.

ivanbrunpr's Blog

4 out of 5 dentists recommend this WordPress.com site

Matt on Not-WordPress

Stuff and things.

BLOGTEC

Noticias de Tecnologia.

Talento en Expansión

Tendencias y Mejores Prácticas en la Gestión de Personas de la Empresa 2.0

Two Leaves Tea SPAIN

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Escuela de Dinero

El mejor Sitio en Español sobre lo básico para entender el Dinero y sus matemáticas relacionadas.

My Blog Daniel Palop

A topnotch WordPress.com site

Intentando dejar huella...

...en cada uno de los visitantes

Ideas Para la Clase.com

Portafolio de experiencias en la clase de español para Middle School.

littlegreybox

like. read. laugh. love.

déborah rueda

Un sitio más pero diferente sobre marketing on line

No solo los 80's

La mejor música de la historia

Molly Balloon's Blog

Identity + Dressing + Colour

El OJO PUBLICO. / Глаз общественности

Ver para contar & contar para ver. / Чтобы рассказать

Think Creative Idea

Marketing, publicidad, web y negocios

Social Media y más

Social Media, Redes Sociales, Marketing, SEO

The Coaching Alliance

El camino hacia el éxito

Luces y sombras de las marcas

Social Media, Marketing y Comunicación

CNN en Español: Ultimas Noticias de Estados Unidos, Latinoamérica y el Mundo, Opinión y Videos

Ultimas Noticias de Estados Unidos, Latinoamérica y el Mundo, Opinión y Videos

Javier GM Photography - México y más.

“A great photograph is a full expression of what one feels about what is being photographed in the deepest sense, and is, thereby, a true expression of what one feels about life in its entirety.” ~ Ansel Adams

Natalia Gómez del Pozuelo

Experta en comunicación y oratoria

aloyn

Alimentación, ocio y negocios, ALOYN, es un Grupo dirigido a Directivos y Propietarios de empresas, interesados en el mundo de la industria de alimentación y bebidas. Tanto por la parte de la industria productora como por la parte de la industria consumidora y/o distribuidora (Distribución Comercial, Horeca, Vending, Venta Directa, etc). También nos interesan las actividades ligadas al agroturismo y el enoturismo como magníficas actividades de promoción y difusión de la cultura gastronómica.

Blog de Jack Moreno

Un blog de Joaquín Moreno sobre recursos, literatura y ciencia ficción

Mashamour

Ensalada de Manjares

Infographic List

For those who love Infographics - www.infographiclist.com

URieLaRtE

hoy es el primer dia del resto de tu vida

be.blog

be. Intelligent Multimedia Education

unmonodelsiglo21

Un pequeño espacio virtual para pasarla bien

Curso Web 2.0

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