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.
Visual content matters if you want to establish a strong online presence. That’s why you have to get it right the first time, regardless if you’re creating a web page, social media post, or web element. In this article, you’ll learn more about Free Online Design Tools You Should Try Once to enhance your creative website or online presence.
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.
A bundle of 20 professional Style Guide & Brand Book Templates that are beautifully designed. Making brand guidelines, brand manuals & corporate branding guides has never been so easy.
As a professional logo design studio that specialise in logo and brand identity design we obviously love designing and creating logos it’s our passion! We live and breathe logos!
But once the project is finished and the client has approved the design then comes a time-consuming task of saving all those different logo file formats to hand over to the client
Now I’m sure that there are millions of designers out there that feel the pain when reading this and you have to admit it’s a time-consuming process. In this article we take a look at the amazing tool The Logo Package Express – The Essential Logo Design Tool!
Not every company and client will be sold on your abilities as a creative and hand you the duties of branding or rebranding their business on a whim. Whether you are a junior graphic designer or a professional art director, sometimes you will have to write a design proposal to win over a client. In this article, we take a look at The Guide to Write a Winning Design Proposal.
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?
A logo design for any company must be inspiring, unique and eye-catching. Here at The Logo Creative we always recommend investing in a professional logo designer but for some startups that investment is simply impossible, If you’re on a tight budget and looking for a logo to get your business or organisation going, there are countless ready to use templates that are available to get you off the ground and up and running just make sure no one else is using that same design as yourself.
These logo templates can be used for all kinds of businesses including the hotel industry, the wedding planning industry, the makeup and cosmetics industry, law firms, travel agencies and so on. Today, we have put together a list of some logo templates for you to choose from.
Here’s everything you need to know about the technicals specifications and designs of these logos:
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.