The technology world is on the verge of another revolution, as AI and Machine learning has transformed the graphic design industry entirely.
Today, AI is dominating several industries and it's often linked to the future of technology.
It has been displayed as a way to reconstruct the world to make it a better place to live for humans.
Presently, graphic design has become an integrated part of every industry. However, advancements in technology, the graphic design industry relies more on computers, and artificial intelligence applications.
Whether to create a logo or website design, businesses are now replacing graphic designers with AI applications. While the technology and software firms embrace AIs with open arms, traditional sectors are a bit slow to adopt it.
Artificial intelligence holds great potential for the graphic design industry. However, to make it happen, the myths and hype about it need to be deciphered.
In this post, we are going to see how Artificial Intelligence is changing the graphic design industry.
As we move forward with all the events going on and new barriers popping up, it is important that we find ways to adapt. Every profession that is still in active operation has had to find ways around this so-called "new normal". But there's one profession that, by far, has the highest responsibility in adequately preparing: teachers. Teaching requires grabbing the attention of an individual or a group of individuals. With our current situation, most teachers have to do this online. That, in and of itself, may seem like a daunting task, especially for teachers that have been teaching face to face for years. If you're in the position to have to teach online, and you're relatively new to the concept, here are 7 effective tips on how to prepare.
"I want to write a book."
How many times have you heard this phrase? Forget it! How many times have you said it either to yourself or someone else?
If you look around, you'll find many people who want to write a book at some point in their lives. Still, only a few are able to do it.
Ever wondered why?
It's one thing to come up with an idea and another thing to convert it into a compelling eBook that's hard to put down. Many novice writers get carried away with the flow of ideas, while others lose their way in trying to create a perfect draft in the very first attempt. Writing an eBook is a long and complex process, but it doesn't have to be a daunting one (as it's generally considered).
There are over 3.5 billion searches daily on Google and each of those searches can have millions of results. Unfortunately, only a handful of results are visible to the user and the rest are virtually non-existent because they're on the second page of the result's page. The odds of a user to click on the site at the bottom of the first page is 100 to one and that increases exponentially for those sites that are in the subsequent pages. The job of the search engine is to show to the user the most relevant, useful, and well-recognized contents among the multitude of websites on the internet. This is where SEO comes in, it helps you make your website and its contents rise above the myriad and place it at the top of the result's first page.