This regular blog series gives you a dose of ‘colour first’ inspiration. All of these brilliant creations have one colour in common – this edition, it’s a warm, sunny yellow. Inspired by all the great weather we’ve been having here in England (Yes, sometimes we have great weather!), below you can see a whole range…
The World Wide Web could be considered a digital copy of your local mall in some ways: every season, the shops change their displays, changing to a more fashionable design in keeping the current trends. In the continuous war on bad graphics and pointless content, today’s websites update at an ever-increasing rate, sending unchanged sites…
This regular blog series gives you a dose of ‘colour first’ inspiration. All of these brilliant creations have one colour in common – this edition, it’s Emerald, Pantone’s colour of the year 2013. Below you can see a whole range of designs which share that colour, and take inspiration from the swatches that other designers…
One thing that I love about logo design is how unique and personal it can be. Despite having such a small canvas size to work from, if you gave 100 different designs the same logo design brief, you can be sure you’ll get back 100 different logo designs.
Even the best designers sometimes need help in the inspiration department. Luckily, there is a plethora of websites that feature amazing design. Ranging from print to email campaigns to websites to packaging, using these websites as design references can help get your creative juices flowing.
When you run a business, your branding is key in conveying a message to your customers with as little visual information as possible. This can encompass your general colour themes, the colours you use in your logo and the way you present any text.
The best advertising is a clean, simple idea that is beautifully executed. But what the best ads will not tend to reflect are the back-room battles that go into making your average ad or campaign. At the heart of the turmoil is arguably the frisson that tends to exist between marketers and designers.
When I first started out freelancing, I was working from my student bedroom. Although being poorly lit, completely disorganised and cluttered, and there being barely enough space for a desk next to my bed, it was my creative workspace for over a year.
Web designers who use mobile apps and design sites are quickly gaining an edge over their non-mobile-using competition. With the population constantly connected to their devices, it is no wonder more and more designers are using mobile apps—and you should too.
Every week we are discovering new, awesome, design stars and showcasing them right here. The spotlight may hit on a logo designer, UI designer, videographers, web or graphic designer—we’re bringing you a new talent.