A popular question I get asked on a weekly basis but other logo designers or people looking to become a logo designer is “What sketching equipment do you use?” I thought it would be a good resource to make a list and explanation of the equipment that I can refer people to.
When starting out as a logo designer, one of the most satisfying things is building yourself a great set of equipment. There is an old saying that goes “you are only as good as the tools you use” which can be very true.
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In this article, we discuss How to Make a Quality Portfolio To Makes Clients Want To Hire You
In a creative industry, a freelancer would need a professional portfolio. It allows one to showcase design expertise and offer them an opportunity to develop a unique brand. Physical portfolios are a must have in a design world, but online design portfolios provide a new avenue for reaching people outside the professional circle.
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Today a Designer Interview With Jacob Boghosian who is the designer of the Netflix Stranger Things Logo a popular series on Netflix Jacob Boghosian is an art director and graphic/motion designer based in Los Angeles, California.
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Let’s start by acknowledging that branding is essential for any business endeavor or professional individual who want to build up a personal reputation. There’s a certain link between a successful business and a strong and powerful branding and this is why you should always treat this part of your marketing strategy with the utmost attention.
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A bad client can cost you more than just the time spent dealing with the hassle they create. There are greater risks like not getting paid, or having legal issues. I have a strong gut feeling when dealing with a bad client, and every time I’ve ignored it, it’s ended badly. Over time I learned to recognise the things they did leading up to a bad break-up. In this article we discuss 8 Red Flags to Avoid Bad Freelance Clients.
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Today we’re going to discuss logo and brand guidelines.
Have you ever seen a company’s logo which has been stretched and squeezed it doesn’t look the best does it. Now imagine if that was your logo and you’d spent time and effort to get the perfect design and the perfect brand identity for your business or your service or your product and then you hand it over to someone. They take it the put it in an advert and they squash it to make it fit I can imagine it’s not going to make you happy.
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Pulling out a business card during a meeting shows professionalism and eagerness in creating further business relationships with a colleague. A business card serves as a valuable asset for an organization/ company and for every person practicing in their field of expertise. If you are seeking to promote yourself and your line of business, continuous giving of business cards should be done in an effective manner. To serve this purpose a lot of printing agencies help you deal with your work.
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We are surrounded by logos on a daily basis they are everywhere we look and typically found on everything from food, clothes, cars, toys, electrical equipment such as our televisions, games consoles, radios, cookers, and fridges. Even when walking down the street and when a bus passes by they are literally everywhere we look.
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Today’s designer interview is with Christophe De Pelsemaker who is a logo and brand identity designer from Sint-Kwintens-Lennik, Belgium, CEDEPE is a one-man project for Christophe to showcase his work he has been creating since 2012. He also currently works as an inhouse designer for the Belgian watch brand Rodania.
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People on the web have joined together as they are upset over some extremely minor details in the new Google logo design and it’s getting a little crazy regarding this on the web. People on Reddit joined together to bring this issue to the table and as it turns out the problem is bigger than it seems. So let’s take a look at what the people on the net are saying is incorrect. Just to put a disclaimer out there this is not my work or my comments, the comments below the images are what users are saying about the findings.
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