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Graphic Design Tag

Good Design Takes Time

Over the years, there have probably been advertising campaigns, logos, websites and other creative elements that have completely “wowed” you. To this day, they still may have an impact on you. Have you ever thought about what actually goes into developing brilliant creative? Or have you wondered about what goes on behind the scenes at agencies...

If Everything Is Bold, Nothing Is Bold.

Hierarchy. It’s a word that you’ve undoubtedly heard, but have you ever taken a moment to stop and think about what it actually is, how it’s achieved and why it’s important? From a creative standpoint, hierarchy is one of the core elements of design, which basically means the order of information importance. Often times, we in...

New Season, New Findings

As everyone knows, spring is the time of new beginnings. Once the warmer weather arrives, most people find themselves cleaning their closets and garages as well as planting flowers outside. It’s the best time to freshen up, redecorate and add a little something to everyday living. In addition to spring cleaning, it is also a great...

A Trend That Flat-Out Works

It’s simple. Maybe you have noticed it, or maybe you haven’t. In the past few years, designs and interfaces have migrated to something new. Professionals took a step back and cleaned off the canvas for what is absolutely necessary. It’s a trend called flat design, and it is here to stay. The term “flat” probably makes you...

Time For A Change

Have you thought about changing your company’s logo? What would make a company want to do such a thing – change the icon customers have grown to recognize and associate with your business? A lot goes into changing a logo – the thought process behind it, the many questions the company must ask itself – the main...

Graphic Designer Illustrates Dyslexia

For those of us without dyslexia, it is hard to picture what words look like to those that have it. Graphic designer Daniel Britton has helped shine a light on the learning disability by redesigning Helvetica into an actual Dyslexia typeface. After his designs were featured at an exhibition at the London School of Communications, he...

Illustrator draws sad logos

Things might not always be pretty in the world of social media. Sad, depressing, fed-up-with-the-world posts swarm newsfeeds daily. Sure, we all get a little irritated seeing those, but hey, we’re only human. Have you ever noticed that the brands you follow never seem to have those sad posts? Last week, Adweek talked to illustrator and author...