New Balance X Sneaker Design Zac Lynn

Zac Lynn’s Sneaker Design with Artboard

Zac Lynn is from Perth, Western Australia, is 16 years old, and absolutely loves sneakers (as you can tell).

Zac got his start designing for a clothing line when he was looking for software to design on. “I stumbled across Artboard, it caught my eye straight away so decided to give it a shot, ” recalls Zac. “The clothing designs went really good, but then I one day was just searching the web and realised some guy wanted a sneaker design done for the Asics Team with over 10000 followers on Instagram, I messaged the man running it, we started talking and I did a design up, he absolutely loved it. This pushed me to do more.

 

Sneaker Layout Design Zac Lynn

 

“I started doing my own designs as well as designs that have already been made by Nike, Puma, Reebok, etc etc.. I posted my drawings onto a page called Perth Sneaker Society where each one got amazing feedback and hundreds of likes. This pushed me to do more and eventually opened a website to sell my designs,” he says. This young designer is now gaining the attention of sneaker design manufacturers. “And its all thanks to ARTBOARD!”

View Zac’s ongoing portfolio at http://zaclynndesigns.bigcartel.com/<

Ronnie Fieg x Puma Disc Blaze OG COA Coral Toe Sneaker Design Zac Lynn

If you aren’t familiar with sneaker subculture, here’s a well produced 2014 documentary about the Perth Sneaker scene:

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Do’s, Don’ts & Wish I Had’s at the Office

Is it worth the cost of a few cups of coffee to get some real world career advice to help you rise above the rest? You bet it is! Mark Mason’s latest eBook, “Do’s, Don’ts & Wish I Had’s at the Office“, provides much needed help in management, leadership and business.

Maybe you’ve just started your first professional job and there’s many questions you can’t ask the boss. Perhaps you’re giving a presentation next week at a big conference. Chills are probably going up and down your spine just thinking about it! Have you been asked to go to meetings of questionable value? What does it take to run a tight meeting and get significant things done?

Perhaps you’ve been recently promoted. Do you have subordinates and is performance assessment time breathing down your neck? If so, you have an important obligation to your direct-reports. What are you going to do?

You’ve been asked to complete a huge assignment in a very short timeframe. How can you negotiate the deliverable and due date? What about some unsavory characters who masquerade as coworkers? How can you navigate through fields of office poopie?

All these and many more questions are addressed in this entertaining eBook that provides much needed help. Real life anecdotes are included at no extra charge. Don’t waste time, download this eBook now and start reading right away!

About the Author
Mark Mason has 30-years of management experience, predominantly in Information Technology. He was a District Manager at a major telecommunications company where he designed and implemented many apps for use by a large number of folks. Mr. Mason has presented to audiences of all sizes, and has given talks to management, including high-level executives. Mr. Mason used Artboard to help illustrate some of the book’s concepts.

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Cocktail Slide Charts – A Kickstarter Project Designed Entirely in Artboard

Kickstarter project “Cocktail Slide Charts” mixes sweet design, cool graphics, and at-your-fingertips information in a tight package – designed entirely with Artboard vector drawing software for Mac OS X. Cocktail Slide Charts are cocktail recipes at your fingertips on fun to use and liquid resistant slide charts.

 

Project developer Bryan Sweeney of Vancouver, WA, describes how he used Artboard’s layered graphics to manage this graphically complex project. “I just thought I’d share with you my Cocktail Slide Charts Kickstarter Project. I created the entire design using Artboard! I was able to create all 3 slide charts with just 2 files. Each of the files has many layers that I turned on and off to export the correct images for each slide chart. It worked out really slick,” wrote Bryan. The design makes use use of Artboard’s gradient fills, layered graphics, advanced text layout, and fully editable vector graphics. “Thanks for an awesome program at a reasonable price!” 

Check out the project on Kickstarter to view all the images that show the front and back of the external case of the slide charts and give you an idea of which slide charts include which recipes. These Cocktail Slide Charts might just be perfect for your next cocktail party.

Do you have a project you’ve designed with Artboard? If so, drop us a line – we’d love to see it!

Royal Bakery: Inspiration vs. Perspiration

The Royal Bakery is sweet on Artboard Drawing Software

The Royal Bakery of Campbell, California creates custom cakes for any occasion in delicious gourmet and traditional flavors. Lesley Wright of The Royal Bakery recently began using Artboard to help communicate her cake designs with her customers.

“I get asked a lot what software I use for drawing my cake drafts,” Lesley relates her experience using Artboard, “It’s great! It’s simple enough for beginners but powerful enough to do exactly what I need!”  Lesley was kind enough to share some delicious screenshots of her Artboard graphics and the finished product, this gorgeous birthday cake.

Talking about drawing the inspiration cakes with Artboard, Lesley says “…it was so easy to recolor the original to offer different options to the customer!” Don’t they look yummy? Here is the absolutely amazing final result. Check out The Royal Bakery’s facebook page for more sweet inspiration, and if your in the Campbell, California area, look them up!