Fabian Geyrhalter was born in Vienna, Austria and is a graduate of ArtCenter College of Design. He is a renowned Brand Strategist and Founder and Principal of FINIEN.
Fabian is a columnist for Inc and Forbes and his thoughts on branding have been published by the likes of The Washington Post, Mashable, Entrepreneur and The Huffington Post.
Continue reading “Designer Interview With Fabian Geyrhalter”
I should imagine that all creatives at some point get asked “where do you find logo design inspiration as a designer?” or “where did that idea come from for that logo?”
I must say I get asked the question “Where do you find logo design inspiration?” at least once a week and there is honestly no right or wrong answer to this question. Each designer has their own process and ways of gaining inspiration
As an individual creative professional, we as designers need to find our process and ways of gaining inspiration as everyone is different in their approaches when commissioned to a design project they then need to find inspiration for.
In this community-based article, we discuss Where to find logo design inspiration, with insights from designers we have interviewed, and other designers from the design community who answer the question Where do you find logo design inspiration?
Continue reading “Where do you find logo design inspiration”
Personally, I haven’t seen famous brands owning a poor logo. It’s the era of social media, having a poor logo is next to killing your profit from your own hands. Little you do know; a customer builds up an association with your brand’s logo.
There are two possibilities here, either your logo will give a positive message of your brand, or it will deliver a negative word. It all depends on the design elements used in that logo. If you want to create a promising brand, make sure that you get a positive logo for your brand.
Continue reading “Can Logo’s Really Change Brand Image?”
John Spencer is an award-winning graphic designer and creative director, and founder of virtual consultancy Offthetopofmyhead. He invents names, designs logos, creates graphic and language identities, and conjures up campaigns.
John collaborates with some of the most talented and experienced people around and brings together the best team of freelancers for each job. They work together remotely using the latest technology.
Continue reading “Designer Interview With John Spencer”
eCommerce is a rapidly growing sector. Every year it carves out a larger share of the retail market than the last. Generally speaking, this is a good thing. It’s helping develop an entirely new sector of the economy that makes it easier for people to enjoy the freedom and flexibility of working online.
Yet the downside of all this activity is that competition is ramping up. Consumers are constantly bombarded with marketing and advertising, so it’s becoming increasingly difficult to stand out.
Strong branding can help you cut through the noise and be heard. This means developing good, consistent messaging that resonates with your target audience. And it also means creating great content.
Continue reading “How to Choose the Right Brand Identity for Your eCommerce Store”
What makes the brand unique?
Every brand needs a recognition to make a mark on the customers. Brands such as Apple, Nike and Google were able to win user with their strategic brand identity and ever since their launch, users love using products introduced by them.
Continue reading “How to Design an Identity for your Brand”
There are few things more exciting for graphic designers than choosing a font for a new product. It is a highly creative activity, which can also be very challenging and time-consuming, especially when you have to navigate through the seemingly-endless pages of typefaces that don’t match your inner vision. And it’s an even bigger struggle to find a free font. That’s why we have done an extensive search and selected some of the best free fonts available online, so you can enjoy your creative process more:
Continue reading “10 Fresh Free Fonts for Graphic Designers”
Your brand identity is one of the highest ROI activities that you can take on. It is even more important than product design. Just ask Nike – these are people who make shoes in China for less than five dollars a pair and sell them for around $200 in Western countries. They are not receiving that much of a markup for the quality of the product.
Continue reading “Expanding Brand Identity Past Graphic Design”
In this book review edition, we are going to be taking a look at a special book called Time Flies When You’re Having Fun by John Spencer it was sent to me by Author and founder / creative director of Offthetopofmyhead John Spencer.
John is lined up to take part in our designer interview and we have been collaborating over the months on the interview to get it just right.
I was thrilled when John emailed me to tell me about the book and offered to send me a signed copy before release and it’s a book I will cherish. So thanks John much appreciated and well done with the book!
Continue reading “Time Flies When You’re Having Fun by John Spencer”
Michael set up Johnson Banks in 1992. His company is known for how they define, then design, brands that make a difference.
They work with people who want to do big things: tackle hunger; fight for an open internet; address child poverty; raise billions for innovation and education; bring culture and enlightenment to the world; create products that question the norm; shift paradigms and change lives.
Continue reading “Designer Interview With Michael Johnson”