JoshOG's Stream Design and Alerts

JoshOG's Alerts and Stream Design

Within a few minutes of discussing the ideas for JoshOG's stream, we knew we'd have to do things differently. The most exciting aspect of this project was that the alerts were the main focus. I mean come on, how often do  you get to work on a duck driving a spaghetti shooting tank?

Flisky took on a majority of the design process and animation, while I figured out how to get things to work within StreamLabs, Muxy, and OBS Studio. Also, I'd like to thank the artist that created the duck mascot for their work on the vector files used in this project.Read more


Sodapoppin's Overlay and Alert Design

I was given the opportunity to work with Sodapoppin, one of of the biggest streamers on Twitch. This all came about because a fan of the site tagged me in a Twitter post (thanks K!TTeN).  I enlisted the help of Froyd, who worked on the initial design for the overlay and the motion graphics. We created in-game overlays, a custom intro/intermission screen, and some of my favorite alerts yet. Let's take a look at how it all came together.Read more


Rampage Jackson Twitch Design

Rampage Jackson's Twitch Stream Design

I was anxious to get to work as soon as I found out that I'd be designing Twitch layouts and alerts for Rampage Jackson. Typically my style is a bit more "clean" and "simple", but being challenged to create something a bit different was especially exciting when creating something for such an electric personality.

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Social Media Popup Animation

Social Media Animation - Free Resource

An update version of our popular Social Media Popup is now available, with our new social media animation! This time we've included new features that didn't make the first version - and that make it easier to customize and use in your stream. This include the ability to add your own custom icons, change the color of the popup, assign different pause times, as well as choose different Google Webfonts.

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Twitch Alert Slot Machine

Jackpot! Slot Machine Twitch Alert

Our new slot machine twitch alert has just hit the store, and I wanted to take a bit of time and explain how it was made and how to use it for your stream. This alert is only for Muxy, OBS Studio, and XSplit Broadcaster at the moment, but it we are planning to make versions for other software and services if we can. This post is aimed at helping those that are interested in learning about how we create  products for the shop.Read more


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Free Scene Maker - Make Your Own Intro, Brb, and Outro Scenes

The free scene maker is now available! It’s been awhile since we’ve released a free resource, but I hope this new free resource makes it worth the wait. With our scene maker, you can create and customize your own intro, be right back (AFK), and outro scenes quickly, easily, and of course for free. You can even make scenes that feature your game play in the background while you wait for in-game queues.

Get the Scene Maker!

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Join our Team! We're Looking for Talented Designers for our Marketplace

We've created an online marketplace focused on graphics for streamers and content creators. We're now taking applications from designers to sell items in our online shop! If you create Twitch, YouTube, or digital graphics we'd like to hear from you! We want to give our users the opportunity to find graphics to fit their needs and design tastes, while giving designers the ability to reach hundreds of thousands of people.Read more


Ducksauce Web Featured

Ducksauce Stream Design

A few years ago when I first began to watch Twitch steadily I would frequently tune into Ducksauce's broadcast. His stream has a great talk show vibe mixed with gameplay, comedy, and some sweet tunes. So, today I'm excited to share how I went about creating his new stream design and where my ideas came from.

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Darkness429 Stream Design

As a broadcaster that specializes in shooters, Darkness429 wanted us to do our best to make something that was simple, clean, and showed as much of the action as possible. These words are typically what I prefer for my own personal designs, so let's take a look at what we made and talk about how it was done.

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