Being a designer is certainly a challenge in this day and age, mainly because you have to juggle so many different things at once. Even your work has to take seat sometimes because you have to deal with demanding clients, request payment from those for which you have already delivered work, keep up with all the latest design trends and technologies, as well as struggle occasionally with burnout and lack of inspiration. However, there is one thing most of us don’t worry about it until it happens. Of course, we are talking about data backup. In this article, we discuss 5 Tips To Back Up Your Data And Keep It Safe.
The fact that your brand needs to convey trust may be obvious. You know that unless people trust you, they won’t buy from you. What’s less obvious is how you can inspire trust.
Starting with your logo is a simple way to create a powerful first impression. Your logo can reflect your brand, its values, and culture. Here are some factors to keep in mind if you want your logo to inspire trust. We discuss Logo Psychology: How to Create a Logo that People Trust.
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.
In life, there are a couple of things that will never go out of fashion, like the classic tuxedo, or the figure-hugging red dress with a long slit. When it comes to logos, there are also a couple of designs that will be with us for a long time. Logos that have stood the test of time and have been around for generations.
What comes to your mind when you heard the terms ‘Graphic designer’ and ‘Illustrator’? You may think that both are a related profession. Well, in both professions, professionals do the same type of work. But, there is a fine line that separates both creative fields.
Creating a logo is easy, but creating a good logo is not. There are myriad things to consider when you’re creating your brand’s logo, and it’s easy to get lost down a rabbit hole of design. In this article we take a look at 4 Things To Learn From Looking At Some Of The World’s Oldest Logos.
Over the past few years, companies have tried their absolute best to stay ahead of their competitors. They make use of marketing strategies and blueprints to develop their brand and product image, use digital marketing to drive more traffic to their websites and work hard to gain the attention of the customers. Continuous development of their products and services followed by a strong online marketing strategy earns them a strong position in the market and in the heart of the customers. In this article, we are going to be looking at Optical corrections every logo designer should know about
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?
To capture a brands personality and make it stand out above the competition it needs an eye-catching logo that is not only representative but also identifiably unique, memorable, adaptable and timeless. In this article, we take a look at The Art of Logo Design
As a designer who sells readymade design templates, you’d think I’d be a fan of premade logos. As it happens, I’m really not – but don’t call me out as a hypocrite just yet… there are some pretty good reasons why. Read on to find out Why A Premade Logo Isn’t Good Enough For Your Business