Ask any design firm what the most tedious aspects of their daily routines are- you’ll probably be surprised by the answer. Although a few will complain about dealing with customers, creating cool InfoGraphics, or even last-minute project changes; their major frustration has always been within the realm of time management. Things like holding creative sessions, gaining approval from clients and starting new projects all take up a considerable amount of time and money. Up until recently, these types of... CONTINUE READING
As a graphic designer, whether you are freelancing or employed by a design studio, a day will come when you will have to face clients. Most of the time, things should go fine, but some clients can be a pain to work with. Those rare bad customers play at least a positive role, they teach you to cherish the good and effective graphic design customers. But how do you identify effective customers? We’ll try to help you recognize them... CONTINUE READING
Graphic Design is wonderfully challenging and rewarding occupation. Applying your creativity to problem solve your client’s project needs is a stimulating process, especially when your end product could end up in front of thousands or millions of eyeballs eventually. While graphic design classwork will give you the technical skill and know how, you can’t be fully prepared to jump into the graphic design world until you learn to manage some important, but often untaught skills. Communication outweighs even creativity... CONTINUE READING
The graphic design industry is filled with creative individuals. They lend their unique perspectives and artistic visions to whatever project they are working on. It is that same independence of thought and action that sometimes makes them poor candidates for working in team or larger structured business settings. They can feel controlled and dread having their creativity reigned it by rigid corporate interests. Sometimes the best option for frustrated individuals is to consider starting their own business. There is... CONTINUE READING
Graphicdesign.com is proud to relaunch our site with improved design and functionality. This will be an ongoing process so feel to give your feedback on how we can improve it further. One of the goals of the site is to be a resource for those who work in graphic design and for those who want to get into the graphic design industry. Some of graphicdesign.com’s improvements include: 1. We have added a growing graphic design firm directory that allows... CONTINUE READING
As a graphic designer, one of your major challenges that you face on a daily basis is finding creative inspiration. Whether it be for your own project or that of a valued client, continually coming up with original designs and perspectives is a challenge. You may achieve inspirations for several days or weeks running and then it disappears. You feel like you’ve used up all your good ideas and the well feels empty. It is in those times that... CONTINUE READING
Once you create a compelling infographic, your main goals are to have it seen and to attract backlinks. You want to have your hard work seen by a wide audience of people who will value the presentation and help you spread the word to their networks. The methods for promoting your infographic are not unlike what you might use to promote other web-worthy work of yours, so the advice here carries over to the promotional and networking process in... CONTINUE READING
No area of graphic design and web informational marketing is hotter than infographics. The source of this new boom can be laid on the doorsteps of Google’s February 2011 declaration that original content would be prioritized. Infographics grabbed hold of the public consciousness as a new way to spin established data in a stylish and original manner and be richly rewarded by Google’s search ranking spiders. Infographics simply put to imagery what plain text and graphs did before. They... CONTINUE READING
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