There are so many client personalities it’s hard to generalise them into just a few. But here I’ve noted the most common types that I came across and how I handled it.
Advanced freelancers are different to your typical freelancer in a few important ways. They are reliable when they take work on. They’re consistent in their approach. They do their particular service or craft as a full-time job and enjoy it. And they’re aspiring to create a reputation or brand to help grow their business in the future. But if you were to sum it up in one sentence; they reduce the risk for their customers.
Today a Designer Interview With Melinda Livsey
As the founder and creative director of Marks & Maker, Melinda unites nine years of professional design experience with a penchant for thoughtful customer service.
Melinda’s experience with notable names like Oakley, Paramount Pictures and Loot Crate, coupled with her passion for creative thinkers and entrepreneurs, creates the perfect cocktail of impeccable workmanship, exceptional brands and happy clientele.
What makes a logo design feel “perfect”? How do you fine-tune simple shapes to achieve visual stopping power? Learn how to design a modern, minimalistic logo from start to finish, and then add that extra punch of perfection to make it stand the test of time.
In this 30-minute class, graphic designer George Bokhua walks us through his process of incorporating grids and geometric shapes into logos so that you can unlock that feeling of timelessness in your own marks.
Col Gray is a graphic & brand designer whose passion for branding is as big as his beard! He is the owner and head honcho of Pixels Ink design studio in Dundee.
Today Designer Spotlight: Helseutvalget Brand Identity Spotlight
The Health Committee has updated visual identity, website, and printed material, following a need to collect all of its offers under the same profile.
Today a Designer Interview with Kay Dee a full-time freelance graphic and web designer. She is the founder of KD Branding, a full-service graphic design studio in Austin, Texas. Kay Dee specialises in creative logos and websites for small to medium sized businesses that will capture consumer attention.
A popular question I get asked on a weekly basis but other logo designers or people looking to becoming a logo designer is “What sketching equipment do you use?” I thought it would make a good resource to make a list and explanation of the equipment that I can refer people to.
When starting out as a logo designer, one of the most satisfying things is building yourself a great set of equipment. There is an old saying that goes “you are only as good as the tools you use” which can be very true.
Today a Designer Interview With Jacob Boghosian who is the designer of the Netflix Stranger Things Logo a popular series on Netflix Jacob Boghosian is an art director and graphic/motion designer based in Los Angeles, California.
Today Designer Spotlight: Yii Brand Identity Spotlight