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Month: September 2011

Free Fridays #11: Dress Making Patterns, Dreamweaver, Brochures

Can you smell it? Smells like freedom! The freedom of the weekend! Before you go into that sweet dew of the weekend, check out the latest FREE resources for all your design needs and have some fun things to work on when Monday hits!   30+ Free Dress Making Patterns 30…

Graphic Design Roundup #49: Question Marks and Exclamation Points Make Their Marks on Design

Question marks and exclamation points are not just used for punctuation. They’re quite versatile and make very nifty design elements, too. Over the years, these handy stops along the keyboard of life have been featured in movie posters, book covers, print ads, outdoor billboards, television commercials and now emails and…

Art of Design #36: Hotel Letterheads From the Past

Letterhead is one of those ubiquitous components of businesses around the world. They go hand-in-hand with business cards to help a company communicate with the outside world: its customers, vendors and suppliers, even competitors.

The letterhead is where you’ll find the essential information of a company such as the name, address, phone and most likely a logo – maybe even a motto or some intelligent line of copy that helps position the firm in the mind of the reader.

Optimizing Your Digital Storefront For Local SEO Can Maximize In-Store Success

Many consumers carry out product and pricing research online before buying at a local brick and mortar store. A 2010 survey by BIA/Kelsey and ConStat confirmed that 97 percent of consumers investigate future purchases using online media. …

Art of Design #35: The Los Angeles Printers Fair

The Third Annual Los Angeles Printers Fair will be held at the International Printing Museum in Carson, California. Vendors from every corner of the country will exhibit their wares along with local vendors and artists. Admission is a mere $5.

The LA Printers Fair is the premier place to discover all that is available for book artists, letterpress printers, and others.

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