Have you registered for HOW Design Live 2015? HOW delivers everything you need to pursue a fulfilling, successful creative career—in one essential event. Venturing off and establishing your own graphic design business is exhilarating and a tiny bit intimidating. But cutting the strings to the corporate world and being in charge is highly rewarding...
Social media has changed the world. Along with the web and mobile, social media has changed how we communicate. More than that, it has changed how we behave and that in turn is changing the world of business. Today every organization needs to make social media a part of their business strategy.
In Denise Bosler’s Preparing Your Portfolio Bootcamp, she’ll show you the best way to develop and perfect a winning graphic design portfolio to help you land your ideal job or clients.
Learn 3 Essential Brand Building tips to successfully market yourself in the competitive marketplace, excerpted from Ellen Shapiro's online course.
Copyright law is far from simple, or perfect. This is a subject that all creative people have a vested interest in. It’s time for all designers to learn more about protecting their rights.
In this excerpt from Mastering Type, Denise Bosler explores 5 typography and design principles derived from Gestalt theory.
You know that branding is the key to any company, whether they sell coffee or industrial parts or clothing. But convincing your organization or clients that branding is necessary for all components of their business to succeed can be a bit more difficult than deciding exactly what colors best represent their brand mission.
Denise Bosler's new course, Better, Faster Type includes creativity exercises to help boost your typography skills.
Graphic designers increasingly need to add copywriting to their skillset. While the design itself sends a message, it needs to be coupled with verbal communication to enforce the content and meaning. Graphic Designer and Illustrator Denise Bosler is an expert at merging visual and verbal communication. She’s offering her copywriting in design knowledge to...
Patrick McNeil provides three essential tips from the world of editorial design that interactive designers can use to improve the quality of their own work