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  • Tue, 27 Sep 2022 03:57:12 +0000: Learn React 18: The Complete React Developer Course - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials

    React is the most popular framework for building user interfaces. In this course you will learn the fundamental concepts you need to start building applications with React.

    This course is 3 hours 40 minutes long, and it’s split into 27 lessons in total. You’ll find it’s a great resource that you will come back to often so make sure you bookmark the parts that interest you. 

    Who is This FREE Course For?

    • Designers who want to branch out
    • Programmers who want to expand their expertise
    • Anyone who wants to learn something new and exciting

    Follow Along, Learn by Doing

    I encourage you to follow along and to do exactly what I do on screen. This way you learn by doing.

    To help, the React course GitHub repository contains the source code for each lesson and the completed sample project that was built throughout the course. 

    1. What You Will Learn in This Free React Course

    You'll start of with the basics of React—coding your first components:

    • using React with vanilla JavaScript
    • the basics of the React Toolchain 
    • the rules of JSX and how to use it to build components 

    Then, you'll learn the most up-to-date methods to coding components with hooks, state, props, and events.

    • using props to pass parameters to components
    • how to validate props and provide default values for them
    • using state in components
    • how to handle DOM events and create your own custom events for components
    • using hooks within your components 

    In the final part of the course, you'll learn some key skills for building real-world applications with React

    • using React with forms
    • styling your components with CSS modules 
    • connecting to an external REST API
    • building a single page application with React Router

    By the end of this course your will have the confidence and know how to build your own React-powered apps!

    2. React With No Toolchain

    Building Your First React App

    Watch video lesson [0:02:19] ↗

    It's possible to build applications with React without using any toolchains—just the React library and pure JavaScript.

    To follow along, all you need is a source code editor like Visual Studio Code and the React CDN links.

    Introducing Components

    Watch video lesson [0:12:20] ↗

    React applications are built with components. You'll learn what components are and how to create them with the React library.

    To keep with tradition, let's create a Hello World component:

    3. React With Tool-Chain

    Setting Up Your Environment

    Watch video lesson [0:18:46] ↗

    To use React with a tool-chain, you'll need to install Node.js on your computer. This will give us access to NPM, which will make it easy to install all the React dependencies.

    Once you've installed Node, you can install and run the create-react-app tool with the following command:

    This will give you the source code scaffolding for a React application named react-fundamentals, ready to go with an up-to-date toolchain. Once you have created your app, just run npm start to compile and run your app in the browser with live reloading.

    Introducing JSX

    Watch video lesson [0:23:09] ↗

    You can build a React app with pure JavaScript, but with JSX it's much easier. JSX is a special syntax that allows you to combine JavaScript and XML to quickly code components.

    There are some rules you need to follow if you use JSX, and you'll learn what they are in this lesson.

    Starting From Scratch

    Watch video lesson [0:32:40] ↗

    I always find it beneficial to start completely from scratch. So in this lesson, we'll do just that.

    Using Fragments

    Watch video lesson [0:40:28] ↗

    Since components have to return just a single React element, sometimes it's useful to use a React Fragment. You'll learn the different ways to express a fragment in this lesson.

    Separating JavaScript and JSX

    Watch video lesson [0:51:28] ↗

    Using JavaScript with JSX lets you write cleaner components with more complex data processing and logic.

    Even though we're in this new paradigm, we still want to separate our JavaScript code from our JSX. JSX should be expressive, and you'll learn how you can do that in this lesson.

    React does not aim to separate markup and logic by placing them in separate files. Instead, it relies on components to split your UI into multiple entities which can function independently. It is our job to keep our logic separate from the markup within the component. The best way to do so is to set everything up in JavaScript beforehand and use JSX to then create our UI based on the final data.

    4. Working With Data

    Passing Data With Props

    Watch video lesson [0:59:30] ↗

    In React, we primarily use props (short for properties) to pass data to our components. 

    The easiest way to understand props is to think of them like the attributes that you can pass to HTML elements in web development. However, props are much more advanced.

    Validating Props

    Watch video lesson [1:06:57] ↗

    Props are not validated by default—you have to opt in to validate your props. It's more of a development and debugging tool than anything else.

    Providing Default Prop Values

    Watch video lesson [1:15:37] ↗

    Defining default values for your props can be beneficial. You'll learn how to in this lesson.

    Getting Started With State

    Watch video lesson [1:20:14] ↗

    State is used to manage information or data within React components. Unlike props, the state data can be changed throughout the lifetime of the component.

    State is how React knows to re-render components. I'll introduce you to state in this lesson.

    Handling DOM Events

    Watch video lesson [1:29:23] ↗

    Events are vital to any graphical user interface. I'll show you how to handle native DOM events in this lesson.

    Writing Components as Classes

    Watch video lesson [1:35:08] ↗

    Traditionally, components have been written as classes. We'll convert one of our function components to a class in this lesson.

    Using Controlled Inputs

    Watch video lesson [1:45:33] ↗

    There are two ways to work with forms in React. In this lesson, I'll show you how to use "controlled inputs".

    Controlled inputs are those form elements whose value is controlled by the React component state. They are the preferred way of handling form input with React.

    Lifting State and Custom Events

    Watch video lesson [1:57:21] ↗

    A lot of the time, we want to lift the state from a child to parent component. We'll go through that process, and I'll show you how to create your own custom events.

    Using Uncontrolled Inputs

    Watch video lesson [2:04:33] ↗

    A less tedious way to work with forms is with "uncontrolled inputs". I'll show you how to use them in this lesson.

    With uncontrolled inputs, we don't have to worry about setting or updating input values so there is no need to create onChange event listeners or use a value attribute. 

    5. Styling Components

    Styling With Inline Styles

    Watch video lesson [2:15:56] ↗

    Using inline styles in React isn't a bad thing like it is in regular HTML. In this lesson I'll show you how to use the style attribute for React classes.

    Using CSS Modules

    Watch video lesson [2:23:15] ↗

    CSS module support is provided out of the box with create-react-app. You'll learn what CSS modules are and some of the reasons why you may want to use them. 

    Using the style attribute as the primary means of styling elements is generally not recommended. In most cases, className should be used to reference classes defined in an external CSS stylesheet. — React docs

    6. Working With External Data

    Preparing the Weather Widget

    Watch video lesson [2:31:34] ↗

    We'll build a real weather widget by using a free weather API. But first, we need to lay the framework for it.

    Handling Side Effects in Class Components

    Watch video lesson [2:38:46] ↗

    Handling Side Effects in Class Components Processes that have side effects, like an HTTP request, should be handled properly. In this lesson, you'll learn about life-cycle events within a class component, and how to use them to fetch external data.

    Using the Effects Hook in Function Components

    Watch video lesson [2:47:35] ↗

    Using the Effects Hook in Function Components Function components don't have life-cycle events; instead, we must use hooks to "hook into" that functionality.

    Making Requests in Our Components

    Watch video lesson [2:54:41] ↗

    Making Requests in Our Components It's time to finally issues HTTP requests to the weather API! We'll use the Weatherstack API.

    7. Building Single-Page Applications

    Introducing React Routing

    Watch video lesson [3:04:10] ↗

    We use a package called react-router-dom to provide routing in our apps. You'll learn how to install it and set up routes in this lesson.

    Using Layouts and Defining Nested Routes

    Watch video lesson [3:14:02] ↗

    Layout routes are vital to any web application; they allow us to define the look and feel of our applications within a single component.

    Using Route Parameters

    Watch video lesson [3:21:38] ↗

    Route parameters are the essential way we pass information to route-handling components. You'll learn how to use them in this lesson.

    Using Side Effects in Router Pages

    Watch video lesson [3:29:40] ↗

    It can be a little tricky to use side effects in a route. I'll show you how in this lesson. We'll fetch data from Newsapi.org.

    8. Conclusion

    React unquestionably changed the way we build web applications, and it's my hope that as I leave you, that you have the fundamental understanding of how to effectively use React to build applications.

    FREE
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    Practical React Fundamentals | FREE COURSE

    In this course, you'll learn the fundamental concepts of React while building a practical application. You'll practice writeing components, working with events, handling user input, and working with state.

    • Tue, 06 Sep 2022 09:59:15 +0000: How to Create an 80s Punk Flyer - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials
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      What You'll Be Creating

      In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create an authentic 80s punk flyer with a ragged, rough, and messy look.

      If you've been wondering how punk influenced graphic design, the answer is that it broke many rules that came from classic and minimalist styles, and punk culture has had a big impact in other areas like art and fashion. During that era, it was normal to go the DIY route, and artists created their own poster designs and fashion pieces. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to recreate the punk design style. This flyer is everything rebellious design stood up for after the minimalist era.

      If you are looking for punk posters, Envato Elements should be your go-to resource. Elements offers thousands of premium mockups, graphic templates, logos, photos, fonts, and much more. And you can download as many of these digital assets as you like, as often as you like, for one low monthly fee.

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      Punk Music Event Flyer

      Interested in a video tutorial instead? Take a look at this new video from the Envato Tuts+ YouTube channel and learn how to create 80s punk flyers:

      What You'll Learn in This Punk Flyer Tutorial

      In this 80s punk flyer tutorial, you'll learn to:

      • properly set up an InDesign file
      • edit images in Photoshop for InDesign
      • create an organized InDesign file with Layers
      • export a PDF file for web and print

      What You'll Need for This Punk Poster Tutorial

      For this tutorial, you'll need:

      Download the assets, install the fonts, and you're ready to begin this punk flyer tutorial.

      1. How to Set Up an 80s Punk Flyer in Adobe InDesign

      Step 1

      In InDesign, create a New Document. Select Print from the top menu and choose the A4 preset. Uncheck Facing Pages. Set the Margins on all sides to 0.5 cm. Click OK. 

      Create a new InDesign fileCreate a new InDesign fileCreate a new InDesign file

      Step 2

      Go to Layout > Create Guides. 

      In the popup window, set the Rows to and the Columns to 5. Set the Gutter to 0.5 cm. Under Options, set Fit Guides to: Margins. 

      Click OK.

      Create guides Create guides Create guides

      Step 3

      In the Layers panel, create new layers to keep the file organized. Name the layers Background, Type and Elements, Paper Texture, and Rough Texture.

      Add new layersAdd new layersAdd new layers

      2. How to Edit a Punk Design Style Background in Photoshop

      Step 1

      Open the hands image in Photoshop.

      In the Layers panel, go to Create New Fill or Adjustment Layer > Black & White. We use these layers to preserve the integrity of the image.

      Open the hand image in Photoshop and add a Black and White adjustment layerOpen the hand image in Photoshop and add a Black and White adjustment layerOpen the hand image in Photoshop and add a Black and White adjustment layer

      Step 2

      In the Layers panel, go to Create New Fill or Adjustment Layer > Levels.

      Customize the Levels on the Properties panel to achieve an image with hard shadows. Set the Black point to 151, Grey to 0.87, and White to 239. 

      Save the image as a JPEG. 

      Add hard shadows with a Levels adjustment layerAdd hard shadows with a Levels adjustment layerAdd hard shadows with a Levels adjustment layer

      Step 3

      Open the JPEG image saved in the last step in Photoshop. Go to Image > Mode > Greyscale. This will help to create the type of color halftone we need. 

      Turn the image into GreyscaleTurn the image into GreyscaleTurn the image into Greyscale

      Step 4

      Go to Filter > Pixelate > Color Halftone. Use the default settings, in this case:

      • Max. Radius: 8 Pixels
      • Channel 1: 108
      • Channel 2: 162
      • Channel 3: 90
      • Channel 4: 45

      Save the image as a JPEG.

      Add a Color Halftone filter to the hand imageAdd a Color Halftone filter to the hand imageAdd a Color Halftone filter to the hand image

      3. How to Design an 80s Punk Flyer Background

      Step 1

      Head over to Adobe InDesign. 

      Select the Background layer from the Layers panel. 

      Using the Rectangle Frame Tool (F), create a rectangle that fits within the margins of the 80s punk flyer. 

      Drag the hand image edited in Photoshop into the frame. Use the Direct Selection Tool (A) to resize the image. Feel free to resize it as big as you want it and reposition it.

      Drag the image into InDesignDrag the image into InDesignDrag the image into InDesign

      Step 2

      Duplicate the image frame by pressing Option and clicking to drag. Resize the image frame and reposition the image with the Direct Selection Tool (A). 

      In this case, I duplicated the image in the top left corner and added a second just below it. The effect is a superimposed collage of a zoomed-in image.

      Duplicate several frames and reposition and resize the image.Duplicate several frames and reposition and resize the image.Duplicate several frames and reposition and resize the image.

      4. How to Add Punk Design Elements

      Step 1

      On the Layers panel, hide the Background layer so we don't get confused with the background for now. Select the Type and Elements layer.

      Using the Text Tool (T), create a text frame and add the word "the". Use the following settings:

      • Font: Bergen Text Italic
      • Size: 61 pt

      In the Control panel, set the text Fill Color to Black. Place the text frame on the second column and at the top of the punk flyer. Set the Background Color to White.

      Start by adding a text frame to the posterStart by adding a text frame to the posterStart by adding a text frame to the poster

      Step 2

      Punk flyers were full of mix-and-match uppercase and lowercase fonts. For this second text frame, we'll use all caps.

      Create a new text frame and add the words "WORLD TOUR". Use the following settings:

      • Font: Bergen Text Regular
      • Size: 40 pt
      • Tracking: 200

      In the Control panel, set the text Fill Color to Black. Place this text frame just below the first row on the right side of the punk flyer.

      Create a new text frame and place it under the first frameCreate a new text frame and place it under the first frameCreate a new text frame and place it under the first frame

      Step 3

      Create a new text frame and add the word "Marionettes". Use the following settings:

      • Font: Bergen Text Bold
      • Size: 85 pt
      • Tracking: 200

      In the Control panel, set the text Fill Color to #ed1c24 and the frame color to White. Place the text frame between the first and second rows.

      Change the color of the next text frame to add contrastChange the color of the next text frame to add contrastChange the color of the next text frame to add contrast

      Step 4

      Create a new text frame and add a starting date to the punk flyer. Use the following settings:

      • Font: Bergen Text Bold
      • Size: 24 pt
      • Tracking: 200

      In the Control panel, set the text Fill Color to Black. Set the text frame Color to White.

      Create another text frame and add an ending date to the punk flyer with the same settings. In the Control panel, set the text Fill Color to Black. Set the text frame Color to White.

      Duplicate this second frame a few times and superimpose the copies. Place these text frames between the third and fourth rows of the punk flyer.

      Add a date to the posterAdd a date to the posterAdd a date to the poster

      Step 5

      Create a new text frame and add band names for the opening act to the punk flyer. Feel free to add different symbols to enhance the text. Use the following settings:

      • Font: Bergen Text Bold
      • Size: 18 pt
      • Tracking: 620

      In the Control panel, set the "Opening Acts:" text Fill Color to #ed1c24 and the band names to Black. Set the text frame Color to White.

      Place the frame on the sixth row and third column of the punk flyer.

      Add a new text frame with Opening Act bandsAdd a new text frame with Opening Act bandsAdd a new text frame with Opening Act bands

      Step 6

      Eighties punk flyer collages included many elements, sometimes even repeated ones. For this step, create a new text frame and add the dates again in a different format. Use the following settings:

      • Font: Bergen Text Bold
      • Size: 53 pt

      In the Control panel, set the text Fill Color to White and the Stroke to Black.

      Duplicate this text frame and place one slightly off the other one. Then select both frames, right-click, and select Arrange > Bring Back.

      Add the date with a different format and choose a stroke only colorAdd the date with a different format and choose a stroke only colorAdd the date with a different format and choose a stroke only color

      Step 7

      Create a new text frame and add multiple backlash symbols (/). Use the following settings:

      • Font: Bergen Text Bold
      • Size: 135 pt

      Rotate the frame with the Rotate Tool (R), and press Shift while rotating to achieve an even rotation. Rotate the frame 90°.

      Add a set of slash symbolsAdd a set of slash symbolsAdd a set of slash symbols

      Step 8

      Select all the elements, right-click, and select Lock. 

      For the graphic shapes, we'll be using red, black, and grey colors. Feel free to explore and use your own combination. To create dimension and emphasis, use different rectangular shapes.

      Let's start with the top left side of the punk flyer. Using the Rectangle Tool (M), create rectangles that emphasize the name of the band. In this case, I chose to add a black vertical bar and a couple of other elements in black and red. 

      To emphasize "WORLD TOUR", I added a red bar behind the text.

      Add other graphic shapes to enhance parts of the posterAdd other graphic shapes to enhance parts of the posterAdd other graphic shapes to enhance parts of the poster

      Step 9

      For the third and fourth rows, add a black element to the left to emphasize the date. Complete this part by adding a red rectangle on the other side of the date.

      To add a punk flair, create a black, white, red, and grey rectangle grid. Place it over the date. Finish this section by adding a black block on the very right margin. This will add balance. 

      Create a grid graphic and place it over the dateCreate a grid graphic and place it over the dateCreate a grid graphic and place it over the date

      Step 10

      Duplicate the same grid you created in the step above by pressing Option and dragging. Feel free to resize and stretch the grid. I placed a bigger grid on the left side to fill up the space. The second grid is placed over the "OPENING ACTS" text to add emphasis. 

      Repeat the grid graphic, feel free to stretch and resize it.Repeat the grid graphic, feel free to stretch and resize it.Repeat the grid graphic, feel free to stretch and resize it.

      Step 11

      To complete the poster, duplicate another grid to place in the bottom left corner. Add a red bar to the bottom right corner to add balance and stability.

      Add graphic elements to the bottom of the posterAdd graphic elements to the bottom of the posterAdd graphic elements to the bottom of the poster

      5. How to Add Details to Your 80s Punk Flyer

      Step 1

      The real 80s punk flyers collages were rough, so for this one we'll add a rough, crumpled paper texture. In the Layers panel, select the Paper Texture layer. Lock the first two layers.

      Locate the paper textures on your computer. Select the White Invert folder and the BG _10.JPG file. Drag the file into InDesign.

      Add the paper textures image into InDesignAdd the paper textures image into InDesignAdd the paper textures image into InDesign

      Step 2

      In the Control panel, set the Size to 65%. 

      Open the Effects panel and set the Blending Mode to Multiply.

      Duplicate the same image by pressing Command-C and Command-V. 

      Set the Blending Mode to MultiplySet the Blending Mode to MultiplySet the Blending Mode to Multiply

      Step 3

      In the Layers panel, lock the Paper Texture layer and select the Rough Texture layer.

      Locate the Edgeless Scuff Textures folder on your computer. I used Scuff-A4.png, Scuff-B3.png, and Scuff-C1.png. Bring those three into InDesign. 

      Feel free to resize, multiply, and place the images anywhere you want—ideally places where it makes sense, for instance, over bigger blocks of color to achieve the rough effect.

      Add the Edgeless Scuff Textures, duplicate, move and resize as you'd like.Add the Edgeless Scuff Textures, duplicate, move and resize as you'd like.Add the Edgeless Scuff Textures, duplicate, move and resize as you'd like.

      6. How to Export the 80s Punk Flyer

      Step 1

      To export a file for printing, go to File > Export.

      Select the desired location, rename the file, and set the Format to Adobe PDF (Print). Click Save.

      Export the file for PDFExport the file for PDFExport the file for PDF

      Step 2

      Set the Adobe PDF Preset to Press Quality. 

      Select the Marks and Bleeds option from the left side menu. Check All Printer's Mark and Use Document Bleed Settings.

      Click Export.

      Check the All Printer's Marks box and the Use Document Bleed Settings box.Check the All Printer's Marks box and the Use Document Bleed Settings box.Check the All Printer's Marks box and the Use Document Bleed Settings box.

      Step 3

      To export your file for the web, go to File > Export. Select the desired location, rename the file, and set the Format to Adobe PDF (Interactive). Click Save.

      In the Export for Interactive PDF window, click Export.

      Export the file for web.Export the file for web.Export the file for web.

      5 Top Punk Show Flyers at Envato Elements

      Indie Rock Fest Flyer (PSD)

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      Indie Rock Fest Flyer

      This indie rock flyer includes the essence of 80s punk posters, with the rough edges, scuffs, and slightly rotated content. The images hold energy, just like the punk design style photography. This flyer is easy to edit and print-ready.

      Rock Music Flyer Template (PSD)

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      Rock Music Flyer Template

      Punk graphic design stood out for lacking grids and placing elements spontaneously. This template has the same vibe as old punk flyers. The subdued and limited color palette makes it look simple, but the elements are more interesting in shape. 

      Pop Punk Flyer (AI, EPS, PNG)

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      Pop Punk Flyer

      This fully editable PDF includes the very famous photocopy punk design style. Photocopying was popular during this era because it was affordable and easy. Eighties punk posters then developed a very inky look that added contrast with the background.

      Punk Rock Flyer Template (PSD)

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      Punk Rock Flyer Template

      Punk show flyers are famous for looking rough and worn out. This 80s punk flyer template is the perfect balance of rough and order. The punk design style is shown with the scuff marks, the halftone image, and the rough typography, while the order is created with the organized and super legible font.

      Emo Punk Band Flyer (PSD)

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      Emo Punk Band Flyer

      A true punk graphic design poster like this is perfect for a rock concert. Punk show flyers sometimes feature fonts that aren't from the era, but this poster is great. The font is energetic and creates a base for rebellious design. 

      That's It!

      In this tutorial, you learned how punk influenced graphic design and how to design an 80s punk flyer. This iconic subculture revolutionized different design disciplines that were in need of a shake-up. Old punk flyers were famous for their DIY quality, and we have applied that to this rebellious design. Punk graphic design is still around and evolving, and while it isn't as popular as it once was, punk posters still live on. 

      If you are looking for 80s punk flyers, Envato Elements should be your go-to resource. Elements offers thousands of premium mockups, graphic templates, logos, photos, fonts, and much more. And you can download as many of these digital assets as you like, as often as you like, for one low monthly fee.

      If you liked this tutorial, you might like:

    • Mon, 09 May 2022 15:29:54 +0000: 3 Top Android Pro Video Recording Apps - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials

      If mobile filmmaking is your thing, then you'll know how important it is to find a great app that will let you film and edit all in one place. Check out our three favourite pro recording video apps for Android.

      3 Top Android Video Apps

      1. Video Editor & Maker - InShot

      This is a highly rated video maker and photo and video editor app for Android. InShot helps you make videos of all types, whether you’re just starting out with filmmaking or you’re a seasoned pro who wants to make movies on the go. Add filters and effects easily, create professional transitions, add music or sound effects, and much more. You can even combine and compress video without losing quality.

      2. Film Maker Pro: Movie Maker

      This free movie maker and video editor is ideal for professionals and beginners alike. Film and edit right in this Android App, with easy-to-use tools based on the type of video you’re creating: text animation, music video editor, lyric video maker, clip maker, and more. The free version has plenty of options, but if you start to feel limited, you can upgrade to a paid version to unlock more tools.

      3. PowerDirector Video Editor

      Whether you’re making cinematic-style movies or shorter clips for social media, PowerDirector will let you shoot and edit right in the app, with a large selection of powerful editing tools that get a monthly update. Film, edit and export in up to 4K, and try resources like the in-built video stabiliser, and chroma-key. It's one of the best Android video apps out there.

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      Our free course Video Production on the Go will take you through stealthy filmmaking: how you can get great footage and stable shots even with less kit to support you. Many of these tips are also great for filmmakers using mobile devices, with lessons on how to use your body or objects to stabilise your shots, how to shoot a subject walking, and the benefits of a monopod.

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    • Thu, 24 Feb 2022 22:11:21 +0000: 10 Top Title Animation Presets for Premiere Pro - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials

      What you say is just as important as how you say it. Animated titles get your point across with a visual tone that suits and elevates your footage. Whether you have a distinct title animation style in mind for your video or want to peruse the options, here are several that caught our eye—and very well may catch yours, too.

      Check out these ten stand-out presets for Premiere Pro available from Envato Elements and Envato Market.

      How to Add Titles in Premiere Pro

      Learn how to easily add text in Premiere Pro in this Premiere Pro tutorial. Tom Graham teaches you how to create text titles from scratch, add animations to text, import and customise MOGRT files in the essential graphics tab, and create subtitles and captions from automatically generated transcripts.

      Top Title Animation Presets for Premiere Pro

      The Complete 80’s Title Toolkit

      Featured Title Animation Preset

      Step back in time and seep in those oh-so-80’s vibes. A little bit of disco, a little bit of VHS, and a lot of neon lights, the Complete 80’s Title Toolkit has major transformative potential to a time long gone. Professionally designed, with all the tiny details that made the 80s the 80s—think sparkles, echo motion trail text, and yes, Miami—this preset has got serious style.

      Technical Details

      This project was created by Envato Elements author xFxDesigns.

      • Program: Adobe Premiere Pro
      • Requirements: No plug-ins required
      • Resolution: 1920 x 1080

      Key Features

      A legit throwback to the 80s, the Complete 80’s Title Toolkit includes 45 distinct text styles, 39 retrowave inspired backgrounds, 20 organic VHS footage overlays, 14 animation styles, and more. Experiment and combine the elements to stylize your footage with that vintage 80s look we apparently just can’t get enough of.

      Try This Preset

      With a subscription to Envato Elements you get unlimited Premiere Pro video presets, templates, audio, images, graphics and more.

      Try the Complete 80s Stylizer Toolkit preset for Premiere Pro from Envato Elements.

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      Try More Top Title Animation Presets From Envato Elements

      The great thing about Envato Elements is that you can download as many templates as you want as often as you want for one low monthly or yearly fee. So if our featured template isn't quite what you need, here are some great alternatives you can try instead.

      • Bathe in the serenity of Atmospheric Harmony. This preset combines mesmerizing dynamic lines and text with spellbinding results.
      • Future Titles blasts viewers into the ether of sci-fi using a high-tech aesthetic that quickly snowballs into high drama.
      • Got quotes that you want to really drive home? Quote Titles makes them even more awe-inspiring and impressive in these stylish presets.
      • A gold shimmer extravaganza, Awards Titles have that theatrical, show-biz feel of a big-time award show, but could easily be used to elevate any number of announcements.
      • Nature Titles wraps words within the romance of leaves, flowers, hearts and other sweet icons of nature, imbuing videos with a warm, light-hearted charm.

      More Title Animation Presets for Premiere Pro on Envato Market

      If you’re looking to buy premium video production presets, Envato Market is a terrific choice. Check out these presets for Premiere Pro.

      Text Animation Toolkit — $16

      Recently updated, this all-in-one, comprehensive text animation toolkit contains 122 customizable presets that work with any language.

      Animated Handwriting — $22

      Keep it real using this playful, personal typeface that can be animated to any speed without any quality loss.

      Beauty-Animated Handwriting Typeface — $20

      Elegant and delicate, with a dash of formal, the soothing feeling of this calligraphy-like typeface as it animates is hard to deny.

      Animated Titles with Transitions — $14

      Clean and modern, these animated text presets let you segue into a new scene or clip of footage with style and grace—and a message.

      More Resources for Video Production

      To help you get creative, here are more free resources from Envato Tuts+.

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      Recommended Tutorials

      If you want to learn more about using animated text, try some of our tutorials, like Trending Distorted Fonts to Create a Glitch Text Effect. Using Adobe Photoshop, you’ll learn how to quickly and easily create that glitchy, ever-impactful malfunction aesthetic that continues to be popular.

      Free Video Courses: Follow Envato Tuts+ on YouTube

      Good typography is a cornerstone of good design. In The Ultimate Guide to Basic Typography, you’ll learn about the basic elements of typography, like combining and choosing fonts.

      The Envato Tuts+ YouTube channel is a great resource for free courses, so make sure to subscribe and look out for regularly posted tips and tricks to help you create stellar videos.

      More Title Animation Presets for Premiere Pro

      Here are more top Premiere Pro tutorials and resources to try from Envato Tuts+:

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      We looked at projects and considered all kinds of variables, including organization, complexity, experience required and overall difficulty, minimum hardware specifications, included versions and options, formats, resolution, file size, dependencies and required plug-ins (if any), language options, software versions supported, style, design, and cost. You can read more about how we select items atHow We Pick Video Templates to Feature on Envato Tuts+.

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    • Tue, 21 Dec 2021 00:32:32 +0000: 20 Best Sans Serif and Serif Font Combinations (Sophisticated Font Pairings) - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials

      Looking for new serif and sans serif pairings? In this article, you'll find the best font combinations.

      Fonts are a key component of communicating a message. Serif and sans serif fonts are the most well-known groups of typefaces. Learn how to combine serif and sans serif fonts for your next project. Today, we'll go through some of the best examples of fonts that pair well together. 

      Envato Elements is the place to go to find the best font combinations.Envato Elements is the place to go to find the best font combinations.Envato Elements is the place to go to find the best font combinations.
      Envato Elements is the place to go to find the best font combinations.

      Unlimited Sans Serif and Serif Pairings on Envato Elements

      If you're looking for inspiration or examples of the best font pairs, be sure to check out Envato Elements. Their growing library includes awesome font family combinations and fonts that pair well together. You can also find other assets like photos, graphic templates, and videos

      How to Combine Serif and Sans Serif Fonts

      Serif fonts have always been used for printing because of their legibility. Nowadays, we find more experimental serif fonts, so if you're designing for long-form text, be sure to keep good legibility in mind. Since the technology boom, sans serif fonts have been the number one choice for screen projects. In the last few years, we've seen many great fonts for legibility, both serif and sans serif. 

      If you're looking at mixing serif and sans serif, here are some key suggestions:

      • Keep in mind which you want to use as a headline and which as copy. You can usually get away with using something more 'out there' for display. 
      • Typefaces have personalities. Be sure to choose fonts that have a similar mood or are inspired by a similar era.
      • Look out for weight contrasts between the serif and sans serif pairings.
      • Avoid sans serif and serif font combinations that are too wild. Try to keep one of the fonts simple or your design can look visually disparate. 
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      1. Love Story Font (OTF, TTF) and Singo (OTF, TTF, WOFF)

      Let's take a look at our first sans serif font pairing: Love Story Font is a beautiful modern font that's elegant and feminine. The font includes an italic version that is perfect for editorial design. Singo is a condensed sans serif that complements and contrasts with the width of Love Story.

      2. Noorge Karlos (OTF, WOFF) and Ezra (OTF)

      Noordge Karlos is a classy display serif that's funky and fun. It includes many glyphs that can help you make an editorial design piece and brand interesting. Ezra Sans is a slightly wide modern sans serif. It's geometric and perfect for those small details that need to be legible. It's one of the coolest sans serif font pairings!

      3. Regas (OTF, WOFF) and Buleten (OTF, TTF)

      Regas and Buleten make for one of the best font combos! Regas is a contemporary display serif with a small contrast between thick and thin strokes. The height, the different width on the characters and its thinness make this font elegant and suitable for fashion editorials. Here, it's paired with Buleten, a sans serif with smooth curves. Each character includes a fun dot as a glyph. These two versatile fonts are elegant font combinations. 

      4. Resgak (OTF, WOFF) and Fraset (OTF, TTF)

      Another pair of fonts that pair well together are Resgak and Fraset. This contemporary serif features chunky serifs, giving it a powerful and strong personality. The pack contains many weights that allow you to find one suitable for text and heavier weights for headlines. The perfect contrast is Fraset, a sans serif with fun characters and awesome ligatures. Try elegant font combinations like this one for your next project!

      5. Munale Loird (OTF) and Downey Powerful (OTF)

      Mixing serif and sans serif can result in an incredible design! Munale Loird is a minimal and chic serif font. Perfect for displaying at large sizes in editorial design or social media. Downey is an all-caps sans serif that's wider than normal sans serifs. This is a great font to pair with a serif, and there's also an outline version of it.

      6. Bugaki Font (OTF, WOFF) and Henju (OTF)

      This rounded serif font is perfect for those vintage style projects. The Bugaki Font is elegant and great for branding. Here, it's paired with Henju, a variable font that lets you customize the width and weight. These two versatile fonts are a sophisticated font pairing and a good example of sans serif font pairings!

      7. Vanio (OTF) and Ageo (OTF)

      Let's take a look at the next serif font pairing: Ageo is a geometric sans serif font with eight different weights, giving you plenty to choose from. Vanio is a wedge serif whose main feature is legibility. This sans serif and serif combination is a great combo for corporate branding.

      8. Brave Old (OTF) and Figerona (OTF)

      Brave Old is a multifunctional serif font with many swashes. It's inspired by retro fonts from the 70s and comes with multiple weights. The best font pair is Figerona, a modern display sans serif that contrasts with the roundedness of Brave Old. This serif and sans serif font combination is beautiful and dynamic. 

      9. Native txt (OTF, WOFF) and RNS Sanz (OTF, TTF, WOFF, WOFF2, EOT)

      If you're looking for elegant font combinations, take a look at this one: Native txt features a large x-height, perfect for reading. It's a contemporary serif that needs to be paired with another modern font. RNS Sanz is neutral, clean, and functional. With seven weights, this serif and sans serif pairing can create perfect designs.

      10. Gilvestre (OTF, WOFF) and Mollen (OTF)

      Another example of fonts that pair well together is Gilvestre and Mollen. Gilvestre brings a luxurious and elegant feel, while Mollen is designed to be functional with technological details. These two fonts can make a great skincare brand or editorial piece—one of the best font pairs out there!

      11. Baschone (OTF) and Manford (OTF, TTF)

      Sans serif font pairings only work if both fonts are completely different. That's the case for this sophisticated font pairing, Baschone and Manford. Baschone is a vintage and old style serif that brings a lot of personality, while Manford is contemporary with hints of 70s vintage.

      12. Bookinnes (OTF, TTF, WOFF) and Syabil (OTF)

      Syabil is one of the cleanest fonts out there. It was crafted with the intention of legibility both on screen and in print. Bookinnes is very distinct, so this modern serif font can add a creative flair to any project. No doubt, it's one of the most elegant font combinations you can make.

      13. Restora Font (OTF) and Proda (OTF)

      Looking for the best font combos for a print design? The Restora Font has a high contrast between thick and thin strokes, and it's a mix of old-style serifs and sharp serifs. This versatile font can mix with anything, but to make it a sophisticated font pairing, I chose Proda Sans: a humanist style sans serif that's based on geometric shapes of the 20th century. It's a great balance between old and new.

      14. Rosemode (OTF, WOFF) and Bizmo (OTF)

      Rosemode is a luxurious font based on Roman shapes. To offset the traditional personality, here it's paired with Bizmo. This display sans serif is wide and suitable for use in large settings. Serif font pairings like this one really stand out!

      15. Awaken (TTF, OTF, WOFF, WOFF2) and Bermont (OTF, TTF)

      Awaken is a neat font that features swashes on some characters and is suitable for use on wedding invitations. Bermont is an all-caps font with bold weights. This serif and sans serif font pairing is great for movie titles, book titles, and social media.

      16. Shallot (OTF) and Altone (OTF, TTF)

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      Shallot Font

      Shallot mixes calligraphic strokes and transitional serif styles. The high contrast between the strokes and wide characters make it modern. Altone is a conventional, geometric sans serif based on the Bauhaus style. This sans serif and serif font combination is classic, which makes it one of the best font combinations!

      17. Slippery (OTF) and Serca (OTF)

      If legibility is key, Slippery is a serif with that mission. It has soft edges and a large counter to make the text legible. Serca is a geometric sans serif with condensed proportions. It's professional, so this sophisticated font pairing is great for corporate branding and mobile apps.

      18. Gorgeous (OTF, TTF, WOFF) and Handmade (OTF, TTF)

      Gorgeous is a modern serif font that's suitable for fashion editorials. The thin serifs make it look elegant and tall. Handmade Wanderlust is a hand-drawn sans serif that's slightly uneven. If you need sans serif font pairings for an editorial piece, this is a great choice.

      19. Artifex CF (OTF) and RNS Sisma (OTF, WOFF)

      Mixing serif and sans serif can be really cool if you use these fonts. Artifex CF is a text-friendly serif font designed with legibility in mind. The smooth serifs and elegant italics allow for text to flow easily. Here, it's paired with RNS Sisma, great for screen and print with its wide range of weights.

      20. Addington (OTF) and Candice (OTF, WOFF)

      Another set of fonts that complement each other is Candice and Addington, one of the best font combinations. This sophisticated font pairing can work for screen or print. The serif font is beautiful and practical, and it's very versatile, with a mix of calligraphy and traditional serifs. Candice is a sans serif font that's bold and expanded. This mix of serif and sans serif is modern and eye-catching.

      That's It!

      In this article, you learned how to combine serif and sans serif fonts. With these examples of fonts that work well together, you'll be able to design the most creative posters and branding. This mix of serif and sans serif fonts is essential in any designer's toolbox. 

      If you're looking for inspiration or sophisticated font pairings, be sure to check out Envato Elements. Their growing library includes fonts that complement each other and serif and sans serif pairings. You can also find other assets like add-ons, presentation templates, and stock video. You might also be interested in the following articles:

      Editorial Note: This post has been updated with contributions from Maria Villanueva. Maria is a staff writer with Envato Tuts+.

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