Welcome, friends, to the latest edition of the Top 10 Sites for Designers. This month’s list includes a collaborative mind map tool, a face recognition experience that celebrates Internet pop culture, the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum's new site and more.
To ignore what's happening in the periphery is to develop brand tunnel vision. That's why global agency verynice is sharing their step-by-step ...
An effective logo commands high prices, & for good reason. However, designing a logo with an online service is now possible for nominal fees. It's almost too easy to make fun of the whole thing, but assumptions aside, is it possible to commission a decent logo from these places? We decided to find out.
Ever find yourself tongue-tied or even speechless with a client or your boss? Then you'll love this cheat sheet for tricky conversations with clients and other non-designers.
You’re a designer, so everything you design is an example of your work. When your prospects and clients go to your website or online portfolio to look at your work, they will certainly assume that your logo design is your own work. So does that mean you should absolutely design your own logo?
Want to create a more impactful model for your design business? Here's how to get started.
Let’s face it: Most of us spend all day behind our desks, so when the opportunity comes along to speak up on our design—or a design topic—it can be a bit intimidating. But perhaps giving that TED talk is easier than you think.
From learning how to create patterns to brushing up on Illustrator skills, these graphic design tutorials can help you stay on top of your game in 2018.
Check out these time-honored graphic styles to get some ideas for your next logo design. [And don't miss the HOW Logo Design Awards deadline—Monday night!]
Before you build a color palette for your next project, find out what Jim Krause has to say about bad versions of good colors.