Ilene Strizver, founder of The Type Studio, as well as TypeCast Webinars, is a noted typographic educator, consultant, designer and writer. She specializes in all aspect of visual communication, from the aesthetic to the technical. Ilene has written and lectured extensively on type and typographic design to both students and professionals in the field. Ilene formerly was the Director of Typeface Development for International Typeface Corporation (ITC) where she developed more than 300 text and display typefaces with such... CONTINUE READING
Von is principal of Glitschka Studios and has worked in the communication arts industry for over 23 years. His work reflects the symbiotic relationship between design and illustration. This duality of skills within his own creative arsenal, inspired him to coin the phrase and title of “Illustrative Designer.” In 2002, he founded Glitschka Studios, a multi-disciplinary creative firm. The studio shines as a hired creative gun for multi-national ad agencies, medium to large design firms, and in-house corporate art... CONTINUE READING
Preston D Lee is a freelance web designer, blogger, and internet marketer. Ho offers business tips, client advice and freelancing articles multiple times a week at GraphicDesignBlender.com, the leading source of business tips for designers. He also wrote From Passion to Profit: 11 days to build a design business, an ebook that has helped hundreds of designers take their passion for design and turn it into a steady profit. The book includes advice on how to find clients, manage... CONTINUE READING
Based in Greater Fort Lauderdale, FL area, Neil Tortorella brings with him over 30 years experience as an award-winning graphic designer, writer and marketing consultant. He has operated his own design and marketing consulting practice, Tortorella Design, for over 25 years. Through Tortorella Design, Neil has worked with several Fortune 500, along with small to mid-sized companies, to develop pragmatic solutions to their communications challenges. Neil is a co-founder and management team member of CreativeLatitude.com, a popular resource for... CONTINUE READING
GraphicDesign.com is forming an Industry Advisory Council. The members of the council will be introduced to the public in the near future. Feedback and input from the Industry Advisory Council will be instrumental to GraphicDesign.com in areas such as site design, user experience, content topics, suggested new contributors as well as major site initiatives. Both as individuals and as a group the Advisory Council will represent voices of leadership from within a broad cross-section of the graphic design industry.... CONTINUE READING
Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch is a freelance graphic designer and owner of NSG Design, based in Hoboken, New Jersey. She has over ten years of experience in design working on projects ranging from UX, mobile app and site design to print advertising and promotion. Over the course of her career, she has worked with individual, corporate and non profit clients in multiple industries; including healthcare, consumer packaged goods, fashion and publishing. She is Communications/Marketing Vice-Chair for New York University’s Graphic Communications... CONTINUE READING
Jo Gifford is a designer, writer, blogger and founder of Cherry Sorbet Creative. With 15 years experience in graphic design in the hair, beauty and lifestyle industries working with a diverse range of clients her portfolio career continues to evolve, which is just how she likes it. As a designer Jo, art directs and project manages a team of co-workers, and is most in her element when running a brainstorming session or one of her many workshops hosted by... CONTINUE READING
James George is a graphic designer, web designer and writer from Knoxville, Tennessee. Graduating with a BS from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, James has been designing for print and the web for the last 6 years. James is an expert in print and web design, creating logos, printed materials, identities and websites that his clients can be proud of. With his love and dedication to the field of design, he launched Creative Beacon, so that he could help... CONTINUE READING
Matt Cannon is a Freelance Graphic Designer & Creative Director living in Brooklyn, NY. He was born with a computer mouse in hand and hasn’t put it down since. He has over 10 years of experience designing strong, effective corporate brand identity and specializes in website composites, logos, print and brainstorming and designing user interfaces for web and mobile environments. He always aims to create out of the box experiences when approaching creative projects rather than in-the-box, template based... CONTINUE READING
Nathaniel Coalson is a nature, travel and fine art photographer and mixed media fine artist based in Leicester, England and Denver, Colorado. Nat has worked professionally in the arts and photography, digital imaging and printing since 1987. Prior to his current career as a professional photographer, Nat worked for over 15 years as a graphic designer in print and web. His work has been exhibited extensively, received numerous awards and is held in private and corporate collections. Nat is... CONTINUE READING
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