Do you ever get stuck when you’re designing logos? Maybe you draw a blank on how to even begin, or perhaps you nearly finish but can’t quite decide what would make the logo “just right.” If this sounds like you, you’re not alone... And there are many things – big and small – that you can do to get your creativity flowing again.
3 lucky winners will score 500 free business cards.
a type tool is usually referring to an application that uses typography, or fonts, as a basis. Type tools are plentiful on the web and are exceedingly useful for design and website enhancement.
The typefaces you use set the moods of your graphic designs. Considering the power typefaces possess over the ultimate success or failure of designs, much thought should go into choosing the perfect option for each project.
In this modern age there are those who think that reading is passe and that people have become uninterested; nothing could be farther from the truth. What is really happening is that much of the information that we seek is online where reading can be difficult.
First impressions can make or break deals, and when it comes to business networking the things that define who we are as artists is our work, our personality and of course what we leave behind for them to remember us by, our business card.
Out with the old and in with something unique, eye-catching and pointed to sell yourself to the employer by a fireworks’ display of who you are. There are three spotlight elements that your graphic design resume must include in order to pop out from the resume pile.
Going away to college is a rite of passage – you have a sense of stepping into adulthood once you’ve moved out of your parents’ house. Often what comes with the new sense of maturity is imbibing in adult beverages. And once you turn of legal drinking age, you can try “good” beer rather than settle for whatever cheap booze you can get through shoulder-tapping.
This collection goes beyond the popular posters you see at Garden Ridge and focuses on art you might not have seen before, it spans through decades of different graphic design styles, and genres.
People definitely judge a beer by its cover. Your local bottle shop is a sea of strange brews, each competing for your attention with its label.