Your parents, teachers, and family friends must have continuously lectured you on the importance of a professional degree. One bad grade would result in a lecture on how you will not get admission into a university, and how it will affect your chances of getting a professional degree. For them, a professional degree was the prerequisite of entering the professional workforce. So It is Said that Graphic Designers Don’t Need a Professional Degree. Why?
Whether you’re a professional designer, a beginner designer, or a webmaster that’s looking for the basics of web and graphic design, you should be aware of one thing:
Just like writing, coding, or language learning, designing is primarily a skill. It can become art if passion, knowledge, expertise, and experience are each present. Either way, you cannot master a skill and you cannot design art unless you have a solid foundation.
Well, for that reason, in today’s post, we’ll cover 12 basic rules of aesthetic design, rules followed by most contemporary professional designers
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
A photography logo is a mixture of simple text and visual imagery that serves two purposes. It shows potential clients the name of the photographer and creates a visual symbol that represents your photography services. A creative and memorable logo is an integral part of any successful business identity including the photography industry as well. When you use it for your photos, business cards, and advertisements, your name is constantly in the sight of potential customers.
In many ways, building a company is akin to raising a baby. They both start with conception, and then you nurture it/him for years while loving them more than anything else. So, it goes without saying that when you are designing a professional logo i.e. the face of the company, you want it to be the very best. You don’t want to compromise, and you shouldn’t, for the logo is more than just an attractive design that carries the name of your company, it’s the symbol for everything that the company stands for.