So I actually did not have quite a hard time with making the header. Lucky for me, I took a graphic design course in high school. Yay. What I did have a hard time with was the measurements. I am still a little confused about how to set up the numbers and measurements when it comes to pixel sizes, so if you’re wondering why my header looks a little too wide, squished up and just off, well, that’s why. But I am going to fix it as soon as I figure out how to make it look proportional. Anyways, I took this image from Google images. It’s a record player, if you couldn’t tell. I thought hey, since this is a music blog, what better header would go other than a record player! I mean, record players were the beginning tools of hearing recorded music, so I thought it would be pretty cool to put that as my header. Originally the photo was black and white, and I was going to leave it that way, but I thought you know what, that’s kind of boring, let’s change it up a bit. So I did not use Pixlr (sorry Frank!) and instead went ahead and used what I am use to and what I personally prefer, Adobe Photoshop. Now even though Adobe Photoshop may be tricky to use at first and may look a little scary because there are SO many options, you get the hang of it. Soon everything starts to become second nature. So anyways, as I was saying, the photo was black and white, and I went ahead and started coloring over the record in pink, obviously fading the pink a bit so it looks a little more natural. Then I went and colored in the side of the record player that the record sits on in purple, and faded that too. I played around with the brightness and contrast a bit until I got it to an appealing color tone to the eye. And then last but not least, added in a text that says “beatsandgeeks” and tried out numerous fonts until I came across Helvetica, a simple but cool looking font, and decided to go with that. I hope (soon) once I figure out the pixel size for you guys that you will see how much better it looks than how it looks all squished up now. Stay tuned y’all!