Steve Raboin is an award winning designer and the founder of Raboin Design Company. He currently works and lives in Connecticut with his wife and 2 children.
James Martin is a creator of logos & builder of brands who run a design studio in Southampton, England, UK. James has been a designer for 15 years and now specialises in brand and logo creation.
Emanuele Ricci is an Italian designer specializing in Brand Identity Design, Logo Design and Lettering. Originally from Italy, he started his creative journey moving from London to Los Angeles. Over the years he has been collaborating on several projects with a range of international clients like FX Networks, Snapchat, Hanson Robotics, The Futur and many other brands. Join us in this Designer Interview With Emanuele Ricci.
Scott Naauao is a designer and art director born and raised in Hawaii, currently residing in Kaneohe, HI with is wife Liane and son. Scott has over a decade of working experience in building compelling brands and eﬀective design solutions through print, digital and ﬁlm mediums.
David Carson is a prominent contemporary graphic designer and art director. Through his unconventional and experimental graphic style David Carson transformed and revolutionized the graphic design scene in America most notably during the 1990’s but also throughout his career.
In this one, we have a Designer Interview With Jord Riekwel who is a logo designer for Rotterdam in the Netherlands and he has been designing logos since he took the plunge to go freelance in 2010.
There is a lot of current research related to typography these days. This is a topic of great interest to logo designers. As we all know that logo has been a powerful force for a long time, and it has a big impact on company branding. Join us in this article as we look at Font Psychology and Typography Inspiration in Logo Design.
Andy has had over 20-year experience working on brands including Microsoft, MessageLabs, and Roland and has had roles in a number in startups, including AgencyBox and fizzdot.
Eli Altman grew up in a household of writers, so it was only a matter of time until he became a part of the family business. At the tender age of 16, he got his first naming project and has been enjoying manipulating language in new creative ways ever since.