Tag: shadow

The Award for Best Effect Goes to . . .

With the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards taking place this week, we thought it would be fun to do an award show ourselves!  Therefore, we will be giving out an award for the Best Effect in Content Studio. We would like to welcome you all to the 1st Annual Daktronics Venus 1500 Awards Show! Our first ...

Discover New Features in the Web Editor

Recent changes in the web editor make it easier and more efficient to use when creating content. In this week’s blog we will tell you about the changes, explain how to use them, and how they will affect you. Effects Previously, if you wanted to add a shadow or outline to your text you would click ...

Even More New Features in the Web Editor

Today we have some very good news to share with you! We  improved the Venus® Control Suite Software once again. We added additional features and functionality to give you more options and make your life easier. We based the majority of these updates on feedback we received from you! That’s right; you can make a difference! ...

More New Features in the Web Editor

Back in May, we provided you with a review of the Web Editor and a walkthrough of its newest features. Today, we will again walk you through the latest updates in the web editor in the 2nd part of what will be an ongoing series keeping you informed whenever we release new features. Video You ...

Make It Pop! The Sequel: All About Shadows

Two weeks ago we showed you how to use outlines on your text. Outlines make text stand out from the background and be more noticeable to those passing by. We also touched on shadows and how they can be used for similar results. . . . but shadows can be used for so much more! Shadows ...

Make It Pop! Using Outlines and Shadows

Happy Wednesday, March 2, everyone! Today is a great day! The sun is out longer, spring is right around the corner, and the temperatures are finally getting back above zero! And no, I’m not talking about the weather just to pass time because I ran out of things to talk about. What I’m getting at is the fact ...