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EVENT: Future Of Web Design (FOWD) WHERE: AMC Empire 25, New York WHEN: October 7- 9 DISCOUNT: 10% DISCOUNT CODE: GraphicD10 Future of Web Design have produced web design conferences for over a decade,...
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But as Medusa evolved Espinoza moved beyond his original inspiration, adding elements such as redrawn ornate capitals, swashes and ligatures and a set of small caps “carefully designed to produce an all-cap setting that is stylistically harmonious with the classic copperplate script,…” As Espinoza explained in our interview, certain facets of calligraphic typefaces that lend them their beauty and grace can be compromised in the translation from calligraphy to typography, a fact that Espinoza was particularly mindful of in... CONTINUE READING
Check out Part One if you missed it 6. Handwriting Changes of Contact Information on Old Cards Giving a card to someone with an updated change in handwriting not only destroys and pollutes the design of your card it also shows a lot about your business ethics. People will automatically assume that you procrastinate and “Design New Business Cards” has been lingering on your to-do list for too long. Make sure you have new ones with the new information... CONTINUE READING
1. Too Much Information This isn’t a website, it’s a very small business card meant for networking, not telling your whole life story. Whoever is picking up your business card should immediately be able to find your website, email or phone number without searching for it. 2. Starting a Font War Too many fonts are never a good idea, especially if you are using more generic font choices. Don’t mix between bold, italicized and highly stylized fonts. While I... CONTINUE READING
Brand Development Consultancy Studio Lost & Found Discuss their Recent Collaboration with Knee Deep Wines
As well as his role within Studio Lost & Found, Daniel also works as a sessional lecturer in the Master of Communication Design program at RMIT University, passing on the extensive knowledge and experience he has gained in strategic brand development. Rebecca McKeating began her career as a chartered accountant, before using this business acumen for the management of Lost & Found. Rebecca’s commercial experience includes previous employment as the financial controller of two Margaret River wineries. In addition,... CONTINUE READING
Add in the necessity of designing for multiple screen sizes and the entire process easily becomes a potential workflow nightmare, as Jacob Surber so aptly describes in his blog post “Designers have often taken the approach of creating several static comps, with the hopes of conveying their vision. Imagine a scenario where you are designing a site with a dozen pages, which will be consumed on a half-dozen screen sizes (between mobile, tablet and desktop). All of a sudden... CONTINUE READING
Pyrrha Studio Outline the Cultural Importance of Graphic Design and Introduce their Newest Venture, Nikko
From here he went on to study at the graduate school within the Art Institute of Chicago. It was at this point that Kim recognized his love of design, mainly due to it being a “wonderful marriage of both the traditional and the creative”. We asked Henry Hongmin Kim to tell us more about himself, and the work of Pyrrha Studio … Photocredit: Pyrrha.net What is the ethos behind Pyrrha Studio? Design is everything. Graphic design is an analytical... CONTINUE READING
It’ll also give your portfolio a foundation from which to build. In addition, you have the opportunity to learn and grow within a community of other practicing designers while learning the skills needed to succeed in the industry. On the other hand, those who bypass a degree and go straight for the bright lights of the corporate world have the opportunity to learn from seasoned veterans from the get-go. These aspiring designers dive head first into the industry, offering... CONTINUE READING
Business Cards The days of being locked into the typical 3.5” x 2” horizontal business card are pretty much over. Sure, there’s still a bunch of them out there, but graphic designers have learned to spread their wings and take a few risks when it comes to card design. Vertical designs, die-cuts and embossing are often used to separate a company, independent professional or freelancer from the rest of the pack. Others opt for unique materials, CD business cards... CONTINUE READING