Cryptic picture quiz containing clues to 28 Christmas songs.
Visualising 10 years of entry/exit data about the London Underground.
Communicating data to the ultimate-playing world that was previously impossible to see.
What happened when? Who changed what? Where did everybody go? I decided to find out.
To make things simpler and use the scroll wheel on its own (without alt/cmd) to zoom in and out in Photoshop: Go to Edit>Preferences>Performance (Windows) or Photoshop>Preferences>Performance (Mac) and select Zoom With Scroll Wheel.
Hold alt/cmd while drawing with the mouse. This is especially useful for creating concentric shapes. Found this tip useful? Find out how to move a shape/selection while drawing.
To apply a gradient fill across multiple objects in Illustrator, select all the objects (drag to select, or shift+click), select the Gradient Tool, and drag out the gradient in the direction you want. With all the relevant objects selected, click the Gradient tool icon (or press G on your keyboard). Then click and hold the […]