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    Use freebies

    I would download freebies from pixelpixelpixel.com and take them apart to see how they are created. You can learn alot from that.

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    lynda.com has the best tutorials out there in my mind. They pretty much have a topic on any software that you might ever want to use and it definitely is a very good starting point or if you're trying to learn a few new tricks.

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    I think you should look at as many website as possible: to be original it's important to know what has already been d. Otherwise you risk to re-invent hot water

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    Critique

    Get some to objectively (or subjectively) critique your work.

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    I like skillshare.com

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    There are a lot of difference between technical skills and graphic design. For the first , just follow a lot of tuts, second study A LOT, read magazines, make experiences, talk to people involved into it and be passionate ;)

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    I'd recommend Lynda.com as well. I also spent lots of my free time just playing around with different projects and programs.

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    I'd recommend www.creativelive.com, totaltraining.com, lynda.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by anakan View Post
    The best way to learn grafik Design is to do grafik Design. You dont need any Websites.
    And without any basic technic knowledge of what is necessary to make the job, you will (or you perhaps already) make an unprintable piece of crap...

    ... like so many so-called "designers" today, all these morons that ruin the job, believing that it's enough to have CMJN and 300 dpi, make something nice on the screen and click on any "PDF" button!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rom View Post
    If by graphic design you mean the fundamentals and not software, try this link from the tuts nerk

    http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/web/50-totally-free-lessons-in-graphic-design-theory/
    Thanks for sharing!

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    great!

    thank you very much

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    Try to recreate different companies logos, business cards, etc.

    Imagine a company: Take a random job, make up a clever name for it, then make a logo for it.

    If you're happy with a design you can post it on Behance, deviantart, etc to get feedback.

    Check out Stocklogos.com to continue practicing (companies wants a logo, and there's a contest and the best logo wins), but have a chance to get paid.

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    every software has its help along with the software
    so u try and if u have any difficulty then go to help

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    i remember buying illustrator for dummies (http://www.dummies.com/store/product/Illustrator-cs-For-Dummies.productCd-076454084X.html) then googling whatever tutorial i was looking for.
    http://abduzeedo.com/ was a very good source of information and tutorials.

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    I suggest trying your hand at the software and googling any tutorials for techniques that have you stuck.

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