7 Creative Designer Tips to Stand Out
Feb08

7 Creative Designer Tips to Stand Out

Guest post by Joe McLean Not too many professions are as creative, inspirational, and exciting as graphic design. This job allows you to work however you want – as a freelancer or as a member of a bigger organization. The list of benefits does not end there, but it’s fair to say that the position also comes with a few disadvantages. Namely, this niche is highly competitive and you need to be a prolific creator in order to get...

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7 Common Mistakes with Landing Page Design
Feb06

7 Common Mistakes with Landing Page Design

Guest post by Freddie Tubbs Landing page builders are more and more common these days, and although this is a great tool to use, it’s risky to assume no additional design work should go into the page. Whether the landing page is templates based or your own creation, you still need to make design decisions to optimize your landing pages. There are a few common mistakes that are seen regularly; this article will help point these...

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How Amazon Made Me a Better Designer
Feb01

How Amazon Made Me a Better Designer

Guest post by Lexie Lu Back in 1999, Amazon was a small online book retailer. Today, it’s the fourth-largest company in the world and serves billions of people globally. To get an idea of just how large Amazon is, consider its Seattle headquarters employs about 7.5 percent of city residents, or approximately 40,000 people. That must drive a lot of coffee sales. In 2017, Amazon’s net sales were $178 billion, with an...

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8 Design Trends for Startup Sites
Jan04

8 Design Trends for Startup Sites

Guest post by Becky Holton. Apart from the fact that a startup website is one of the most important digital marketing tools of a startup business, a startup website is one of the few ways that a startup company can make itself different from other businesses in the market. The website is a startup’s storefront because this is the first place that potential customers will check for more information on the startup business. If a...

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From Student to Pro Designer in 5 Steps
Dec20

From Student to Pro Designer in 5 Steps

Guest post by Elizabeth Price Design and Creativity Under Attack! According to UCAS admissions report,17,000 fewer applications were made for design and art subjects compared to the previous year. This could be due to many factors. For example, the amount of online courses and self help tutorials have increased and become more accessible. Also, University fees are at a record high, which makes your debt even higher. I know it is not...

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5 Uses for Skyline Vector Designs
Dec07

5 Uses for Skyline Vector Designs

5 Uses for Skyline Vector Designs   One of the most creative things you can ever do is turning a simple idea into something different, and doing it many times with different results. Here at Vexels, we found skylines to be one of those simplest graphics that gave way to a lot of interesting applications and design ideas. These are some, hope you can find value in them!   1. Educational Purposes Many a times we’re contacted by schools...

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