As a graphic designer we are always on the lookout for fresh new design resources and fonts to add to our collection, as a lot of people are working from home at the moment with the covid-19 outbreak. I spent the weekend doing my part by putting this together to help people working from home. In this article we give you some great Free Fonts and Graphic Design Resources.
It does not matter how good your design education is; if you lack the right experience, you will never be able to pump out better or useful designs. But, how do people, who have just gotten out of college, increase their experience? For starters, they can look for a mentor through the correct channels. In this article we discuss 5 Reasons Why Graphic and Web Designers Need a Mentor.
The combination of bright colours and awesome typography has paved the way for unique flat interfaces. Minimalism is a big part of this design idea and trend, and you can see how popular these trends have become in recent years. In today’s design world It’s all About Flat Design These Days.
Friday comes It’s been a long week you’re feeling it and looking forward to your long weekend as you know that next week is going to also be a busy week packed with client work, meetings, and side projects. In this article Andrew the founder of The Logo Creative discusses How to have a clear vision and plan of attack.
According to Search Engine Journal, 93% of online experiences begin with a search engine. From here, around a third of users click the top result on Google’s results page. Additionally, websites that find themselves on page two won’t even be seen by 75% of people. You don’t want to be in that position. So, how do you avoid it and reach page one status? In this article, we take a look at 6 Essential Onsite Improvements to Make in 2020
Every designer has to face a creative drought sooner or later, which is not a surprise given the fact that they have to keep delivering fresh products day after day. But even though it’s a completely natural phenomenon, each designer wants to find a way out and gain new sources of inspiration immediately.
A brand style guide is only useful if your team refers to the guide when creating various campaigns and pieces of material which represent your brand. A style guide lays out best practices and creates consistency no matter who works on various projects and even if you hire outside freelancers to fill the gaps.
This may be a bold (and perhaps inaccurate) statement, but consider this. Where would Nike be without the famous Swoosh? What about Google’s upbeat, colorful interfaces and Doodles? Or Apple’s minimalist silhouette of a half-bitten Macintosh apple?
Graphic design—you may think the profession is all about art, but the reality is much different. All professional graphic designers have at least one story about a “hellish” client. Client demands can get in the way of a designer’s creative process, making things complicated. It might be unpleasant, but putting up with difficult clients and delivering as ordered is part of the job. Graphic designers, thus, should master the art of compromise.
For any business that’s just starting out, a brand launch offers the opportunity to make a splash and announce yourself to the world. For graphic design businesses, in particular, your brand launch is the ideal time to showcase the creativity and talent of your team to potential clients. However, not all brand launches are created equally. In order to maximize the benefits of this exciting event, it’s essential to approach your brand launch strategically.