How To Avoid Generic Logo Design
Apr22

How To Avoid Generic Logo Design

Guest post by Ayesha Ambreen The brand building process starts with making a good (if not great) first impression. Consumers are more prone to becoming loyal to a brand they remember and like connecting with. This means that making a good first impression with your audience is extremely significant, and this is when having the perfect logo comes to play. A unique and well-made logo can help your business leave a long-lasting and...

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Graphic Design Skills You Need To Be Hired
Apr19

Graphic Design Skills You Need To Be Hired

Guest post by Kenny Gill Graphic design is challenging but worthwhile. If your skills in this field are up to date or advanced, do not fret, jobs are abundant. New data by the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a growth of 5% through 2026 in this field. These projections are slower than average. Note that this fact does not guarantee a comfortable ride when you apply for a job in graphic design. You must have various skills to be...

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8 Principles for Effective Content Design
Apr17

8 Principles for Effective Content Design

Guest post by Sandra Larson To understand the principles of effective content design, one has to understand the purpose of their website. There is but one single purpose of having an online business presence, and that’s to make a profit. Therefore, in order to make money, your website needs to attract customers, visitors that would come to your website and manage to use all the features on the page seamlessly. User experience is...

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Top Minimalistic Designs In 2019
Apr16

Top Minimalistic Designs In 2019

Guest post by Charles Phan Simple is no longer empty or primitive. Simple now means something more. It provides peace for the eyes of the viewers and a zen feeling that has only grown more popular in the recent years. Minimalism is popular in all aspects of life nowadays, especially in design. Web design has switched from being over the top with full sidebars and crazy designs to being peaceful and focused on the most important thing...

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Protected: A Quick Guide to Vexels Design Requests

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5 Reasons ‘Create Drunk, Edit Sober’ is Terrible Advice for Web Designers
Apr12

5 Reasons ‘Create Drunk, Edit Sober’ is Terrible Advice for Web Designers

Guest post by Mary Walton If you are a person that works with creative things, you may have heard the advice to “Create drunk, edit sober.” Although this advice is most applicable to writers as Ernest Hemingway allegedly worked by these words, other professions where creativity is the main focus are also sometimes opened to similar ideas. Have you ever been in a slump and that logo design that you have been working on for days nearly...

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