Logo-a-gogo is a logo book that’s Jam Packed with almost 5,000 images, Logo-a-gogo is an inspirational visual history of the iconic brand identities created by British designer Rian Hughes who has over three decades of experience as a comic book illustrator and type designer. The book was released in the UK in April 2018.
It features iconic characters and brands such as Batman, Hed Kandi, Spider-Man, James Bond, The Avengers, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
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According to a study conducted by Unbounce, pages with one call to action have an average conversion rate of 13.50%, which is 3% more than landing pages with five or more calls to action. In addition, pages with included social proof have an average conversion rate of 12.50%, compared to 11.40% conversion rate of those without social proof.
The differences in percentage may seem insignificant at first, but they can make a huge difference in sales later on. That is why you need to know how to create a high-converting landing page. The examples below will help you understand all the necessary elements of a great landing page.
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Richie Stewart is a graphic designer and letterer from Boston USA, he describes himself as a detail obsesser, and founded Commoner, Inc in 2011 with his wife Brook. As Richie explained as a kid he hated school and would constantly skip classes. He explains just like Ferris Bueller from the movie he was sick a lot from school and as Ferris Bueller quotes in the film “How can I possibly be expected to handle school on a day like this?” this quote became Richie’s Internal Monologue.
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Today a Designer Interview With Davar Azarbeygui who is a Branding and advertising executive from Cincinnati, OH, USA with over 20 years of design & advertising experience. He is a graduate of New York’s Pratt Institute with a passion for design and art, he has worked with multinational agencies as well as collaborated with global companies. Continue reading “Designer Interview With Davar Azarbeygui”
David Brier is a native New Yorker who now lives and works in Wisconsin, David Brier is an internationally recognized brand expert, rebranding specialist, and bestselling author.
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Tobias van Schneider is a multi-disciplinary German designer, maker, and creator of useful, curious and beautiful things. He was originally born in Germany and raised in Austria, and now residing and working in New York City.
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Ben Burns is a brand strategist, an award-winning designer, and an expert in user experience. As the Digital Director of Blind, he oversees the intersection of design and technology in all client work.
Prior to joining the team at Blind, Ben founded Burnt Creative, a brand experience agency in Richmond, Virginia. He also served on the executive board of the Richmond AIGA chapter as Vice President.
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The most successful creatives understand there are always new skills and techniques to learn.
You want to learn a new skill? Learn.
Why are some creatives great at what they do? Simply, they dedicate the time to learn their craft—especially the fundamentals.
A logo designer becomes great at designing logos because they studied the fundamentals that form a great logo. A copywriter can write a 1000 words in 10 minutes because they learned the fundamentals, then practiced and wrote daily.
Here’s the crux of this article nice and early for you…
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In this Designer Interview, we feature all the way from the sunny side of California Amy and Jennifer Hood who are Twin sisters and Founders of branding agency, Hoodzpah based in Orange County Southern California in the United States.
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Most of you are now wondering ‘what the hell are nudenotes?’ and ‘Why should I care?’. Two great questions, firstly, nudenotes is the name I give my style of sketchnotes. The goal of my notes are not to be a perfect piece of typography – they are a means of quickly jotting down information and insights in a way that can be referenced later or shared with others, quickly summarising large quantities of information with some simple doodles. They are unedited, analogue, warts-and-all, laid bare for all to see – nudenotes.
Why should you care about nudenotes? To answer that question, I will use one of the long-stand traditions of the sketchnoting: a numbered list. So in no particular order, here is a list of the benefits of nudenotes and the value they offer to creative people:
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