IADT Blogs

March-2012

  • Glossary of Gaming Terms and Abbreviations

    March 26, 2012 IADT Detroit, Game Design and Production, IADT General 0 Comments

    Chances are you know at least one gamer. The presence of video games on the Internet and in pop culture is growing, making it impossible to escape the constant barrage of gaming jargon. To find out why your friend keeps calling you a “newb,” check out the following glossary of gaming terms and abbreviations. Or if you think you’re an expert gamer, test yourself using this list to find out whether you’d be a good candidate for a game design and production program. Continue...

  • How to Design Clothes that Sell

    March 23, 2012 IADT Detroit, Fashion Design 0 Comments

    Fashion designers can find it both personally and professionally rewarding to design beautiful clothing. But it can be just as rewarding to craft garments that the public loves. The trick to designing hot garments is to balance your own creative vision with the wants and needs of your customers. If you want to boost your company’s sales or read up on tips for making your clothing more marketable, check out these four key principles that every fashion merchandiser should know. Continue...

  • What are Moving Cinemagraphs and How Are They Used?

    March 22, 2012 IADT Chicago, Video and Animation Production 0 Comments

    People like to absorb information visually, and that’s why the best websites bolster their copy with videos and photos. But have you ever come across a combination of the two? Continue...

  • Simple Ways to Soften Lighting in Your Photos

    March 21, 2012 IADT Tampa, Photography 0 Comments

    Whether you’re dealing with harsh sunlight or a harsh camera flash, stark lighting can easily ruin your photos. In the wrong context, bright lighting can create unflattering shadows, make your subject’s complexion look washed out, or convey the wrong tone. Continue...

  • How Graphic Designers Can Create Better Ads

    March 20, 2012 IADT Tampa, IADT General, Graphic Design 0 Comments

    Advertising is all about sales. That’s why ad design is message-focused. If you’re an advertising or graphic designer, you can create better ads by returning to your artistic roots. Instead of worrying so much about the literal message, start improving your ads by concentrating more on visual communication. Continue...

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