Writing proposals has to be the most time consuming and least motivating part of freelance work. A lot of effort goes into the production and presentation, making sure all the client’s questions are answered as well as having answers for any questions that might come up in the future. There is a trick to delivering proposals that don’t require the typical production values, although you still have to write them.
Are you a hand letter artist who wants to improve your letter forms and script lettering? or maybe you want to learn more about the art of creating custom letterforms? Then we have the perfect online course for you to lean just that. The course is taught by UK hand lettering artist Ian Barnard who is passionate about typography and creating custom lettering and as he explains
“learning the wonderful craft of calligraphy. It’s amazing what can be achieved when we make stuff with our hands”
Dive into this course and learn how to Level-Up Your Script Lettering! With Ian Barnard.
Brutally Honest – No-bullshit business strategies to evolve your creative business is not your standard, boring business book. It is chock-full of brief, digestible yet powerful and comprehensive strategies, advice, and insights all housed in a well-designed book that even creatives will want to read.
Getting your graphic design projects right is no easy feat. There are so many elements and aspects to consider per project that not only can it be hard to know where to begin, but also to make sure everything is covered and prepared for. However, the actual process isn’t even the most challenging bit; getting the ideas in the first place is.
Branding has never been more important. In 2019, strong branding is key: whether you are a major company, a small business, a startup or a social media influencer looking to build a personal brand. In all these cases, having a strong brand is critical to successfully growing your business and meeting your goals.
In this article, we look at the what, why and how of creating a branding strategy which will help you to grow your business in 2019.
To capture a brands personality and make it stand out above the competition it needs an eye-catching logo that is not only representative but also identifiably unique, memorable, adaptable and timeless. In this article, we take a look at The Art of Logo Design
Graphic design has always been a popular choice for those deciding on a profession, especially if you are creatively inclined, as you get to flex that muscle while you work! For this reason, the competition is thick, and becoming a proficient graphic designer and securing a role or freelance work can seem like a big hill to climb. Especially when you take into account the number of techniques and software available to designers these days. In this article we discuss Graphic Design Tips Every Beginner Should Know
As a designer who sells readymade design templates, you’d think I’d be a fan of premade logos. As it happens, I’m really not – but don’t call me out as a hypocrite just yet… there are some pretty good reasons why. Read on to find out Why A Premade Logo Isn’t Good Enough For Your Business
Andrea Pinter has been working as an independent logo and brand identity designer for the past 5 years from the most northern point of Subotica, Serbia. She focuses on logo and brand development, as well as packaging and corporate identity design. Throughout her career, she also helped various companies with other marketing materials such as banner ads, posters, brochures and similar.
When it comes to designing a logo, the successful elements all come from the details of the design. This is especially the case when it comes to font and typography of the words on a design where every specific aspect of the wording will create a particular impression and will send a certain message. In this article, we present to you Your Complete Guide to Advanced Logo Typography & Letter Spacing