Stealing is bad, taking things that don’t belong to you is wrong unless you learn to steal like an artist. This book includes 10 things nobody told you about being creative. Check out our review of Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon.
You’re running a website it’s your passion, you love creating content and have a popular blog that your readers love to read, you’re working day and night on fresh content! Wouldn’t it be great if you had some sort of easy to use notification system to keep your readers in the loop, we have the solution for you! – Beamer Your Website Notification System – Review
In this book review, we take a look at Graphic Design for Art, Fashion, Film, Architecture, Photography, and Product Design & Everything In Between by Andy Cooke
It’s a collection of ground-breaking campaigns for the creative industries and insights from the world’s leading design studios and shows how today’s graphic designers are thinking, collaborating and breaking the rules.
In this book review, we take a look at Brand By Hand by Jon Contino, It’s the first monograph on the work and career of New York Graphic Designer Jon Contino, and the book was published by Abrams in 2018.
The logo design idea book by Steven Heller and Gail Anderson and published by Laurence King on 5th August 2019 is an accessible introduction to the key elements of good logo design including insights into the logos of iconic brands.
Now try something weirder – How to keep having great ideas and survive in the creative business by Michael Johnson of Johnson banks and published by Laurence King due for release on 20th May 2019 is jam-packed with essential advice for designers and creatives of all disciplines, written by a world-renowned designer.
“I took what I was convinced was the ‘perfect’ solution to my then creative director. ‘Nice’ he said. ‘Now’ try something weirder.” – Michael Johnson
As a person, I have learned to love the harsh reality that “good” doesn’t always make the grade and that there is always room for improvement. I purchased this book quite some years ago and read through it numerous times and constantly refer to it for a dose of inspiration or as a gentle reminder to strive for more than just being “good” at something. So lets take a look at the super awesome book It’s Not How Good You Are, its How Good You Want To Be by Paul Arden
Brutally Honest – No-bullshit business strategies to evolve your creative business is not your standard, boring business book. It is chock-full of brief, digestible yet powerful and comprehensive strategies, advice, and insights all housed in a well-designed book that even creatives will want to read.
Run Studio Run is a book that details how to manage and grow a small creative studio. The first edition was successfully funded on Kickstarter and available for purchase through Extracurricular Press in May 2018.
Run Studio Run is a step-by-step guide that helps you look at your studio critically—as a business as opposed to an artistic endeavor. You will establish goals and paths and how to reach them. You will see that the more of your business you can commit to process, the more you will free yourself up to do the work you really love.
In this digital world, there is no confusion that customer reviews matter or not. By default, you can say that reviews are very preponderant whether you are buying some products or you are offering some products. There are so many applications available in the market that allow us to scan a barcode and get instant feedback about that product.
Customer reviews are the prime way to get more business and to make your brand better. It is not only valuable for business but also good for users or customers. We all know that customers search the products on the basis of reviews. If they find positive reviews then they definitely go with your website.
For getting more customer reviews, you need to encourage your product or services. Here, we are describing some points that will show how you can encourage the customers. Read on to learn Why Customer Reviews are Essential to Enhance Brand Visibility.