When it comes to graphic design books and books for designers and creative individuals I have read hundreds over the years some good, some great but there are some that just stand out the cream of the crop!, books that I have gained so much knowledge and inspiration from that they make my hall of fame or in other words, they are higher up the bookshelf sitting on the thrown overlooking the studio. Let dive in and take a look at the Best Books For Graphic Designers 2019
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 this article we are going to discuss Things Graphic Designers Should Know. There is no set path or a traditional route in a person’s graphic design career and every graphic designer has there own story of how they got into graphic design and the path they chose and the direction they are heading.
Just because another designer does something a particular way, does not mean you need to do it that exact same way. This article about Things Graphic Designers Should Know is not one of those articles that tells you how you should be designing or what process you should be following as the great thing about graphic designers is we are all unique in the sense that we have all had our own past experiences, adopted our own unique styles and break the rules in our own way that we have become accustomed to.
This article highlights areas of graphic design that designers should be aware of and applying into their work. So what are the key terms and tools graphic designers need to produce quality work that is now a staple of what customers have come to expect?
Creativity in the world of graphic designing is all about balancing the needs of the client. A graphic designer approaches every project with creativity and new forms of innovation. The procedure of graphic designing itself is a type of visual communication where the designer implicates visual art, typography, layout techniques and other methods. Examples of graphic designing are mostly seen in advertisements, logo design, business cards, and website designing.
In this article The Logo Creative spolights a design project – Sharpen.design Generator: The Random Graphic Design Challenge
In this article and Designer Spotlight The Logo Creative takes a look at Brand Mix Illustrations By Mike Stefanini at Atomike Studio who is a french illustrator and Graphic Designer and with his project Atomike Studio he has uniquely designed a bunch of illustrations that question consumer habits Logos are indeed drawn on products which are totally different from the real one. A Coca-Cola can therefore sees its paint ornamented with a Nike logo, a toothpaste tube is decorated with an Adidas sign, and samewith Pepsi, Heinz, Starbucks and McDonald’s. An original way to convey the therapeutic aspect of Netflix or the addictive one of some fast-food restaurants?
In this article The Logo Creative looks at the tool created by Jessica Hische that helps designers Say “No” To Free and Low-Budget Logo Design Work
Working for free is a debated area in the design industry from well established design agencies to self employed freelance graphic designers looking to get their foot in the door and it can be hard to work out if providing your services is for a worthwhile course or your been taken advantage of.