Week 6: Envelope Distort in Illustrator
Week 39: Create promotion and brand materials with your own optical art design piece in Adobe Illustrator
Week 30: Create a punchy typographic Xmas gif, then we show you how to embed in your email signature!
Week 27: Social Media Series: Learn to shoot, style and edit an image for your social media channels
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