In this book review, we take a look at Graphic Design for Art, Fashion, Film, Architecture, Photography, and Product Design & Everything In Between by Andy Cooke
It’s a collection of ground-breaking campaigns for the creative industries and insights from the world’s leading design studios and shows how today’s graphic designers are thinking, collaborating and breaking the rules.
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In today’s graphic design world newbie designers and enthusiasts can feel overwhelmed by the vast amount of software and applications available to use. It helps to have the right software applications that cater to your skillset. So read on for some DIY Graphic Design Tools For Novice Designers
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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.
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Graphic design and photo editing are essential elements or rather have turned out to be very important aspects of marketing. The ever-advancing technology in the two areas further increases both the complexity of their processes and the quality of works produced. One of the most powerful tools used in graphic design and photo editing is Photoshop. In this article we look at 10 Photoshop Tutorials & Ideas for Anything You’re Trying to Accomplish.
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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.
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I’ve been a gamer since the age of 8 when my dad brought home a second- (possibly even third-) hand Intellivision system knock-off with a battery compartment that was truly minging. It was packed to the rafters with Pong and other games that looked intriguingly similar to Pong but had exotic names – like Tennis, Table Tennis, and Badminton…and Tennis II. In this article Graphic Designer, Graham P. Ryan talks about 80s & 90s Computer Game Logos.
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The key to creating attention-grabbing illustrations? It’s not your tools or training—it’s your perspective!
In this amazing! Skillshare course learn along online with Author and Illustrator Emiliano Ponzi The Art of Illustration: Find, Develop and Express Your Creative Voice.
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The 21st century has been a period of mass evolution. Man has progressed in high speed by evolving with time. While the seeds for human and machine relation were sowed long back during the industrial revolution in the 19th century, its progress is becoming more and more eminent with growing future. In this article, we will be discussing Designing for the Voice Enabled Interfaces.
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Here’s an exciting story about Typography Fonts: in July 2012, Errol Morris conducted an experiment titled ‘Are You an Optimist or a Pessimist?’ Where he presented an excerpt from a book by David Deutsch (The Beginning of Infinity). Morris wasn’t bothered with what people thought they were. He wanted to know how typography fonts influence perception, how typeface affects the credibility of the text. He used 6 fonts (Baskerville, Comic Sans, Helvetica, Georgia, Computer Modern, Trebuchet) and text in Comic Sans and Helvetica had the most negative responses while Baskerville was the clear winner. In this article, we take a look at 4 Typography Designs with Awesome Font Selection.
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When it comes to graphic design, many people have a vague understanding of it. The job of a designer is considered to only to create company logos and photoshop pretty images. But, there is much more a graphic designer can do. To be a Graphic designer is, indeed, an art.
When you work as a graphic designer, you have to deal with all sorts of clients. One of the greatest challenges while dealing with clients is the communication issue.
Here is a collection of Things You Should Never Say to a Freelance Graphic Designer. They will not react to it, but they will not appreciate it as well. Let’s have a look at those things.
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