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When I think about where we are with the Web in comparison to other media in history, pinpointing it is really hard. Is it like when the Gutenberg Press was just invented and we’re experimenting with movable type, or are we still embellishing pages and slavishly copying books by hand?
“Typographic Design in the Digital Domain” with Erik Spiekermann and Elliot Jay Stocks
In an interview with Elliot Jay Stocks, legendary typographer and designer Erik Spiekermann explains how he finds it funny that designers today complain about limitations in designing for mobile…
All designers make mistakes. Craig Minchington examines the most common howlers, and how to avoid them.
01. Not understanding the brief
02. Not saving files correctly
Typography is an important and crucial part of any web design. For this reason, almost every designer pays lots of attention to the use of typography. In this round-up, we are showcasing some excellent examples of typography in web design.
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Sebastien CUYPERS is a french graphic designer and illustrator based in Paris, France. Born in 1980 and got used to drawing from early childhood on, in his works typography adds to the motif to make it complete but at the same time acts as an autonomous and stand-alone feature of the layout. He handles letters like characters, allowing for their own and strong expression.
CUYPERS designs are not bound to one single medium, he is working as a graphic designer for a communication agency as well as designing for skateboards and customizing vinyl toys. Besides that he has a particular affinity to T-Shirt design which he calls his first love. He likes the way shirts are transmitting a message or a mood according to place and situation and sees an artist designed shirt as a kind of living support for self-expression.
Typography is one of the most fascinating elements of graphic design. If it’s web design, album art, posters, or any other type of graphic design, typographical inspiration can be a great resource for designers. Here we have added 22 most beautiful examples of creative typography designs for your inspiration. Sigue leyendo
Purpose of brochure may vary from business to business. Some are designed to display services, whereas others are focused on selling a product.
Print design is becoming quite influential in print design. As I am looking for print design references for a brochure I am working on, I decided to select some nice brochures and print design examples to share with you.
Brochure is very important part of advertisement. Here we have added the following 30 Best and Creative Brochure Designs for Your Inspiration. Sigue leyendo
As a graphic designer, it could be challenging sometimes explaining to a client the elements needed for an effective business card design. To be more specific, I think it’s trying to have your client visualize what you are trying to explain to them that’s the real problem.
I took a stroll a the Daily Infographic and found this cool guide on how to properly design a business card. Very basic for designers but it could be a fun tool to use for your clients.
Having a good design on a website is somehow important in a way that it increase the brand and to have a so called professionalism. As you may see, we have featured many inspiring website designs in the past articles for you to have some fresh ideas. Now we have compiled another list of beautiful websites that maybe you haven’t seen yet.
Here, in this next post, a compilation of cool website designs is showcased to further inspire budding website owners and designers in creating cool designs. Take a peek at this 33 Splendid Website Designs and let these great ideas inspire you… Have fun!!!
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The field of graphic designing is incomplete without a portfolio. As a graphic designer a portfolio is the most essential element of his professional life. A graphic design portfolio is basically a well-organized presentation of combination of artwork which encompasses all your best work in terms of graphics and designing. The portfolio of a graphic designer helps him/her present his talents in the best and most comprehensive way. So either you are a salaried designer seeking a job or a freelance graphic business owner looking for clients for your business, your portfolio can be your best and foremost call-to-action.
Your portfolio gives a deeper idea about the type of work and the quality you can produce. It is the best way to display your brochures, flyers, postcards, business cards and other communication material designs. So, composing a portfolio needs much thinking and insight. Elements like colors, layout, content and design etc. play significant role in determining the attractiveness of the portfolio. Putting together and showing this kind of portfolio of your graphic design work is quite a skill, and the best way to do it gets debated constantly by designers around the world. This post is a part of the world-over debate that will help you compose a good portfolio. Business cards, photo postcards, and glossy brochures should all be included in your portfolio. It allows clients to see your design skills are diverse.
According to the modern trend, there are two types of portfolios being used in the market by designer i.e. online portfolio and physical portfolio. Whichever medium you choose, depends on the scope of portfolio. However, no matter you go for an online option or a physical one, following are some tips that will certainly help you compose a good portfolio. Sigue leyendo
This time we’re having a look at some web designs that are examples of true art: keeping it simple. Making a simple and clean design can be quite a challenge for any of us, and it usually needs a lot of practice to be able to get it right with as few elements as possible.
There are several reasons why these clean designs seem to work very well and have become so popular:
- They load quickly
- They’re easy to navigate through
- The content stands out better
- They feel comfortable to visit
- In a world with a lot of info, they stand out
- They stand the test of time better than many other designs
There are more reasons as well. Be aware though, that making them doesn’t necessarily have to take any less skill or work hours compared to more complex designs.
Keeping It Simple
These designs have been selected by browsing design galleries for hours. What we looked for were simple and clean designs that give a solid and professional feel.
50 Clean & Minimalistic Web Designs
Now, let’s have a closer look at our selected websites!
Personal websites are becoming increasingly popular and they are often provide an excellent source of design inspiration. In this post we’ll feature 25 examples of well-designed personal websites. This showcase presents a variety of different styles. You’ll see mostly blogs and/or social streaming sites, but there are a lot of different approaches and design styles.