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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There is a strong relationship between marketing strategy, businesses objectives, and the creative products are created by the result of using a left-brained thinking strategy to a right-brained problem solver. Profitable businesses are making money in billions by identifying the value of desegregating “design thinking” into their development. In this article, we take a look at Creative Strategy and Business Design.
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You are probably thinking of starting a business or a part-time hustle that will put you in a better situation financially. And that’s a great thing. Many small businesses have made people better financially stable than their full-time jobs. For the business to start operating and attracting customers, it needs a logo. So lets look at How to Create a Killer Company Logo and Improve Your Brand
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The most alarming problem a designer could face is obviously a lack of design. The deadline is closing in, you give your best to finish your project, but everything you try to do in order to conjure a satisfying design solution falls apart. Creative blocks are not just an excuse that some people use in order to justify their unwillingness to focus on their work, they happen to all of us more often than we care to admit.
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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.
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There are many people out there that think designing a logo is easy, well in their case slapping an icon next to their business name that’s been typed in a ridiculous font is easy but designing a logo that is creative with meaning is much more than that and requires hours, day, weeks and even months of research to fully understand the brand and its visual representation. In this article we discuss Making Your Logo Creative and Meaningful.
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Run Studio Run is a book that details how to manage and grow a small creative studio. The first edition was successfully funded on Kickstarter and is available for purchase through Extracurricular Press in May 2018.
Run Studio Run is a step-by-step guide that helps you look at your studio critically—as a business as opposed to an artistic endeavor. You will establish goals and paths and how to reach them. You will see that the more of your business you can commit to the process, the more you will free yourself up to do the work you really love.
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You’re now the proud founder of a new startup, congrats! The next step in establishing your new business is building brand awareness and tempting in those crucial new customers. As a startup business, you know only too well that every penny counts. Marketing on a shoestring is no easy feat, yet it’s crucial to driving your success. The good news is that it is achievable and there are plenty of easy, affordable options to get your name out there without blowing your budget.
Here, we run through five creative, budget-friendly strategies for marketing your startup on a shoestring.
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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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As we posted an article last week about Japanese Style Logo Designs i thought i would continue on the Japan theme and share these Amazing Neon Photos of Tokyo’s Colorful Night life
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