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A Smarter Twitter Page in Under 15 Minutes

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Today we'll design a smart, vintage modern background to welcome visitors to your Twitter page. We'll go over some layout considerations, then dive into Photoshop. Have fifteen minutes spare? Let's go then!


The Screencast

Yes, the video's eighteen minutes long, but the time spent designing in Photoshop is much less..!

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Additional Resources

It's worth mentioning a couple of resources used when making this Twitter background:

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