Color plays a huge part in giving a design a certain feel. For example the color green is heavily associated with nature and being eco-friendly. So, when trying to associate a product or service with either, designers use the color green in various ways.
Let’s all be bolder and more courageous this year. Let’s all come out of the shadows in 2013 by fighting harder for contracts and creating wild and innovative work.
Last year was just a warm up. This design year is going to be the main event where we blow EVERYBODY away! Here are 7 pieces of design advice to help you start 2013 with a bright and shiny new attitude:…
Colors add interest to everything we see. And, when used strategically, color can be an essential component in the design of a logo and the success of a brand. That’s why so many factors must be taken into consideration when selecting the colors for a logo or a brand.…
Turbulence was the theme that swept the nation. From hurricane Irene in the east, to dust storms in the desert, to heavy winds emanating from the political front. Even the ground shook under the feet of those who aren’t familiar with seismic activity. We want to shake up your world a bit with a fresh supply of topics for your grey matter to ponder.
A business card may very well be the most important marketing tool you’ll ever use to promote your company and yourself.
Business cards are used in a wide variety of ways to inform people about you and your organization. Chances are your business card may serve as artwork for a small publication’s "business card ad" pages. Prospects and customers need them so they can have your contact information. You’ll include them in letters and in the sales materials you leave with prospects.
It seems ironic that a document that is only 3½” x 2” has to “wear a lot of hats.” Here are some tips to consider when you design your business card. (Or have a professional design it for you.)